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Jul 13, 2017 at 9:08
Jul 13, 2017

Intense Tracer Foundation Large NEW

$3000 GBP
BRAND NEW, IN BOX, UNWANTED INSURANCE REPLACEMENT BIKE WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE. As above, it's a brand new, unridden, unused Intense Tracer 275 for £1200 off the usual selling price. It's an insurance replacement bike and frankly I need the money more than I need a brand new bike right now. I would prefer collection in person, payment can be made in Cash, Bank Transfer (completed upon collection) or via PayPal if you want extra security or the chance to use a Credit Card etc. I’m not sure if warranty is transferable on this bike, but will come with all the correct paperwork and if there’s any problems within the 2 years warranty period I will be happy to ‘act on behalf’ of the new owner. Follwing spec is copied from the internet. Description: Intense Tracer Foundation (Green) 2017 Full Suspension MTB Intense proudly introduces the latest addition to its complete line up of carbon mountain bikes - the 2nd Generation carbon TRACER. Three years in the making, the new Tracer has big shoes to fill. Its predecessor was one of the brand's most acclaimed, best-selling models to date and won the "Interbike Bike of the Year Award" in 2014. For 2017, the new bike offers up a modern trail geometry, with longer reach for a more confidence-inspiring ride. The JS Tuned suspension "enduro link" has been developed and refined, offer longer links (including a carbon upper link) to optimize leverage curve, axle path and overall performance to make the Intense Tracer an uncompromising enduro race machine. Sunset Cycles offers the 2017 Intense Tracer Foundation Build full suspension all-mountain bike in green with up to 36 months 0% finance and free delivery. The 2017 Intense TRACER range: Tracer Foundation (Black) | Tracer Foundation (Green) | Tracer Expert (Black) | Tracer Expert (Green) | Tracer Pro (Grey) | Tracer Pro (Red) | Tracer Elite (Grey) | Tracer Elite (Red) | Tracer Factory (Grey) | Tracer Factory (Red) Full Specification: Intense Tracer Foundation (Green) 2017 Full Suspension MTB Frame Tracer 275 Monocoque UD Carbon Front and Rear Triangle, ALLOY Top Link, Internal cable Routing, Integrated protectors, w/ boost 148 x12 mm spacing, 165 mm travel Front Suspension ROCKSHOX YARI RC 160MM SOLO AIR. Boost 15QR x 110 Rear Suspension ROCKSHOX MONARCH PLUS RC Hubs INTENSE 32 HOLE 110 x15mm Front Hub; 148x12 BOOST Rear Hub XD DRIVER, centerlock Rims SUN RINGLE HELIX TR29 Tires MAXXIS HIGHROLLER2 2.35 Shifters SRAM NX 11 SPEED Rear Derailleur SRAM GX11 SPEED Crank RACE FACE AEFFECT 32T Casette SRAM NX 11 SPEED 11-42 Saddle WTB SILVERADO sport Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth, 31.6mm x 420 mm, zero offset, 150 mm of travel Stem Intense recon, 40 mm Handlebar Intense alloy recon 20mm rise 780mm width Brakeset SHIMANO BLM506 HYDRAULIC DISK 180MM FRONT AND 180MM REAR Weight 30.06lbs

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