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Jun 17, 2018 at 9:56Jun 17, 2018
Jun 17, 2018 at 9:49Jun 17, 2018
On One Codeine 650b/ 27.5 wheel size Medium Frame 242x12mm rear axle 150mm travel Rockshox Monarch Debonair rear shock Hope BB - read below!! Powdercoated frame with custom headtube badge done by previous owner Bought this frame on a bit of a whim last year as I fancied building my hardtail into a full sus for the winter, now bought a new Cotic Bfe frame so this has been stripped again and is ready for a new owner. I used it quite a lot over the winter and even let a mate take it for an uplift day at Cwmcarn. Frame is badass to ride, I built it with a 160mm fork which gives a 64 degree head angle and reach around 450mm so is very aggressive to ride. Spent a few days riding the DH at Forest of Dean and some local stuff at Kinver Edge, took it all in its stride really is a mega frame! Frame is in a great condition overall, paint has lost its shine a little bit on top tube and chainstays where kneepads/ shoes have been rubbing, other then that it looks sweet Shock is running perfectly, I have it rammed full of bands as I like a bike to ramp up nicely, also means can run it at slightly lower pressure so it's nice and supple off the top. Tracks well with loads of grip, frame has a nice bit of flex built in so it rides brilliantly, especially when the conditions aren't great which they usually aren't in the uk Unfortunately there is a bit of an issue with the frame, a previous owner has crossthreaded the BB on both sides, ive got no idea how but ot turns out the world is full of idiots! I had taken out the BB before I was aware there was an issue, when I bought the frame I wasnt made aware of this so had no idea there was anything wrong. Luckily there is a bright side!! The BB and frame have kept a matching thread so you can actually take out the BB and it will go back in no problem, you just can't fit another BB without a bike shop cutting the threads again. There is a Hope BB fitted atm which are designed to be serviceable, the bearings pops out of the cups and there is an adaptor fitted atm for Sram GXP, pop out the adaptor and it will run any 24mm axle so all is not lost. You would only need to change the BB cups if you wanted to run a 30mm axle, if you are running 24mm then it will never need to be removed again, majority of cranks are 24mm this is unlikely to be an issue, unless you don't like the red cups. If you have anymore questions feel free to get in touch, don't let the BB issue put you off i can honestly say it runs perfectly now and won't be an issue unless you desperately want a new BB. May be willing to look at PX if you have something I fancy.
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Dec 18, 2017 at 10:27Dec 18, 2017
Dec 18, 2017 at 10:19Dec 18, 2017
Hi, for sale is my 2017 Canyon Stitched, bought it new from Canyon end of August this year and have literally ridden it twice, once at the local pump track and once at Western Park in Leicester. Great bike to ride but I really never have time to use it, whenever I get chance to ride its always the DH bike so this has just sat not being used for the last few months. The frame is actually quite big for a DJ bike, i'm 6'1" and have loads of room when riding it so would be great for taller riders who struggle to find bikes big enough. As you would expect the bike is almost mint, two tiny chips on the downtube but thats it. All I have done to the bike is fit a smaller 25t chainring but the standard 28t is here as well, found it slightly too tall on the 28t but you can choose which is best for you! No front brake fitted but it'll come with the bike as well if you want it along with the manuals etc. Canyon Stitched frame Large 2017 Manitou Circus fork, 20mm bolt through Alex FR30 rims on Canyon 360 hubs Maxxis dth skinwall tyres Cranks, bars, stem, saddle all Canyon 360 parts DMR 25t chainring with canyon 28t included Avid DB1 brakes, rear fitted and front included May be able to post or meet half way, willing to discuss trades but i don't need anymore bikes/parts so would have to be something special! Any questions give me a shout Joel.
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Jun 12, 2017 at 11:55Jun 12, 2017
Jun 12, 2017 at 11:50Jun 12, 2017
Commencal Supreme DH v3 650b frame with a Rockshox Vivid R2C shock for sale. Used but in brilliant condition, especially for a DH frame! All the bearings are running perfectly and the shock is mint, new BB was also fitted Feb 17 so only a few months old. Large frame 2015 650b 190mm travel 150x12 rear axle included Adjustable chainstays, chips included for three different lengths New Shimano pushfit BB fitted Feb 17 Rockshox Vivid R2C shock, great condition running really smooth with loads of adjustment Has a 350lb spring fitted but can change it to a brand new 450lb spring if you prefer, both can be included if you aren't sure what will suit you. I ran a 425lb spring for 13st and it was pretty stiff Bolt on mud guard for the rear shock included Frame has a few stone chips, mainly around the bb, downtube and rear end as you would expect, some small scuffs and rubs but the paint is really tough so it really does look mint when its built up. Only selling as I have changed to bigger size frame, this is a large but is on the smaller side, ideal for up to around 5' 11" or a taller rider if you just want to huck it, I am 6'1" and found it really nimble and easy to ride, but a bit short hence the sale. Happy to provide more details or photos, I'm up and down the country quite a lot so if you do like it get it touch before you buy as i may be able to deliver and save you postage costs. Priced to sell so hold the low ball offers please!
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Feb 8, 2017 at 4:38Feb 8, 2017
Feb 8, 2017 at 4:32Feb 8, 2017
For sale is my Ns Clash, selling as I really don't use it enough and I've built a DH bike so I can't keep this sat doing nothing anymore. Bikes in good condition with some sweet upgrades from standard. Its a really versatile bike that ive uses for xc rides, pump track, 4x so really is a great do it all hardtail. Built to be super tough and playful so its always a lively ride, really light and the industry 9 wheels with the 120 point engagement are so fast the bike absolutely flies. Bikes got all the usually marks you would expected for the age and use but it cleans up nicely, only the odd rub/scuff to to the frame/fork legs/ crank arms, no dents or damage at all. Spec below; NS Clash frame, Large, 26inch. Around 65° head angle with the longer fork so stable and very capable up and downhill Fox Float 140mm forks Industry 9 straight pull hubs with bladed i9 spokes onto mavic en32q rims. Front hub is currently 9mm bolt through and rear is 135xqr. I have 15mm front adaptors, 142x12 rear,a spare rear axle and a spare set of pawls that will all be included. Rear hubs 120point/3 degree engagement. Nukeproof warhead bars NS stem Avid DB brakes, brake hose to rear could do with shortening which I'll do if I can find my bleed kit Almost new nukeproof bottom headset cup and standard NS top cup Truvativ cranks with 36t ring, I've got a 32t ring I can chuck in as well Saint mech and shifter E13 top chain guide Currently fitted with Kendall small block 8s which are really light fast tyres but I can throw in a brand new pair of schwalbe hans dampf 2.3s for the right buyer Only bad points to note is I think the bottom bracket will be due a change at some point soon and the forks I took from my old bike a year ago and have only ridden literally a handful of times in the last 12 months so might need a lower leg service to freshen it up before the summer, although it feel fine now tbh. Other then that it's a solid bike that really will do anything from xc to freeride, the wheels alone are worth more then a brand new Clash you really need to ride it to see the difference! Any questions feel free to ask, hold the low ball offers I won't reply as there is no rush to sell. Thanks, Joel