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Whyte G-160 Works - Large

$2200 USD
2016 Whyte G-160 Works, size large. Top of the line enduro race bike. Long, low, slack, and mean! Used for one season then put into storage. Always meticulously maintained. Some small scratches here and there - see pics. This bike was awarded in the Dirt 100 as one of the finest Enduro bikes available: https://dirtmountainbike.com/bike-reviews/trail-enduro-bikes/whyte-g-works-160.html#jCMyy5qo06zVw1qT.97 Frame 6061 T6 SCR Aluminium Front Triangle with Tapered Head Tube and Intergrip integrated seat clamp, ISCG 5 guide mounts, alloy symmetrical SCR rear Triangle, 148mm Dropouts Fork RockShox Pike, RCT3, 27.5", 160mm Travel, Fast Black coating, tapered steerer and Boost 110mm X 15mm Maxle Rear Shock RockShox Monarch Plus Debonair, RC3, Fast Black coating, Adjustable Rebound and Compression Headset Hope, Stainless Steel Cartridge Sealed Upper and Lower Bearings Rear Hub SRAM Rail 40, 12 x 148mm Front Hub SRAM Rail 40, 15 x 110mm Spokes SRAM Rail 40, StSt Butted Rims SRAM Rail 40, 23mm wide 27.5", Full UST Rims Tires WTB Vigilante tough casing F and R Shift Levers SRAM X0, MMX Matchmaker, 11 Speed Rear Mech SRAM XX1, 11 Speed, Carbon Cassette SRAM XG1195 10-42, 11 Speed Chain Brochure Spec SRAM PCX1, 11 Speed Crankset SRAM X01 Carbon Cranks, XSYNC direct mount 32T Chainring, 11 Speed Bottom Bracket Hope Stainless Steel 73mm BSA Seatpost RockShox Reverb Stealth 125mm, MMX Matchmaker, 30.9 X 380mm Saddle Whyte Custom, Triple Panel Design Handlebar RaceFace SIXC Carbon 35mm Oversize, 800mm wide, 20mm rise Stem Easton Haven 35mm Oversize, 32mm long Grips Whyte Lock-on Brakes Front SRAM Guide RSC, 4 Pots, 200mm Rotor, Internal Routing Brakes Rear SRAM Guide RSC, 4 Pots, 180mm Rotor, Internal Routing Brake Levers SRAM Guide RSC MMX Matchmaker Pedals None Weight 29.1 lb

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