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Scott Genius 920 Carbon 29er Large

$3300 USD
I'm selling my Large 2018 Scott Genius 920 Carbon bike. It's an amazing all around trail and enduro dual suspension that's burly and slack enough for bike parks and light and efficient enough to pedal all day. It has a slack 65 degree head angle that makes it stable and confident while descending steep and rough terrain combined with steep seat angle and twin lock remote lockout that make it an efficient climber. Its light weight and efficient for pedaling all day and makes the climbs just as enjoyable as the descents. It has a 3 position handle bar suspension control that had descend (full travel and cushy), traction (100mm rear travel and firms up fork and rear shock) and a lock out mode. I've had the bike since last summer and it has been well taken care of and maintained. I wash it and lubed it after almost every ride. Its in great condition and had a huge tune up including suspension, cables and housing and brakes. A description of the recent service and specs and geometry are below. Just serviced including: Derailleur cable and housing replaced and re-adjusted Suspension Lockout cables and housing replaced and re-adjusted Brakes: Pads and Rotors inspected, pistons cleaned, and bled Suspension: pivot bushings and bearings replaced and everything rotates smooth without any play or noise Cranks and BB: disassembled, inspected, cleaned and greased, everything spins smooth without creaks or play Rear shock: removed, inspected and serviced air sleeve, no nicks, scratches or damage Fork: removed lowers, inspected, cleaned and reinstalled with new fluid, no stanchion nicks, scratches or damage Hubs: cleaned and inspected, spin smooth without any play Wheels: cleaned, inspected, trued and added new sealant, rear has a few dents and a flat spot. Ive been riding it this way for a month and it works fine Specifications Wheel Size 29" as built (it can also accept 27.5" wheels) Frame Carbon Fiber HMF Front triangle and alloy SL 6011 swingarm Travel 150mm/110mm with TwinLoc remote Rear Shock Rear Shock FOX Nude DPS EVOL, Scott TwinLoc Remote lockout, 150mm, 100mm and lock out Fork FOX 34 Float Performance 150mm with Scott TwinLoc Remote lockout Technology Cassette SRAM GX Eagle 10-50 tooth, 12 speed Crank Sram X1 Eagle, 32t chainring Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed Chain SRAM GX Eagle Shifter Pods SRAM GX Eagle Handlebar Syncros 12mm x 9°x 760mm, aluminum 31.8mm dia. Stem Syncros FL1.5, alloy 2014, integrated spacer and top cup, 31.8mm, 6°, 50mm Brakes Shimano SLX , 180mm Rotors Wheelset 29" Syncros TR2.5 SL, 30mm inside-width, aluminum rims Tires Maxxis Rekon 2.6 Front, Maxxis Ardent 2.4 Rear Brand New Seat Syncros Seatpost FOX Transfer Dropper Remote 31.6mm 150mm Geometry Size Large Set Up in Low for 29" wheels Top Tube Length 634mm Head Tube Angle 65° Head Tube Length 110mm Seat Tube Angle 74.8° Seat Tube Length 480mm Bottom Bracket Height 346mm Chainstay Length 438mm Wheelbase 1232mm Reach 466.0mm Stack 614mm * Additional Info Frame compatible with 27.5" and 29" wheels by flipping geometry chip

Verg RichardCunningham's article
Mar 21, 2019 at 21:21
Mar 21, 2019
NAHBS 2019 Grand Finale Photo Epic
Maybe for some people, but It’s adds an quantifiable measurement to a subjective one. A wheel could be dished “close” or it could be dished within .5 mm. It’s No different than using dial gauges on a truing stand instead of just eyeballing it.
Verg RichardCunningham's article
Mar 21, 2019 at 9:18
Mar 21, 2019
NAHBS 2019 Grand Finale Photo Epic
The same address is listed for WH Bamford and nemesis project so it seems likely.
Verg alexcgevans's article
Nov 5, 2018 at 11:45
Nov 5, 2018
First Ride: Scott Ransom 900 Tuned
@preston67: We don't have a published schedule. We rely on our local dealers and the festivals to promote the events. I'll definitely be a Evergreen MTB Festival June 8th-9th and a demo at St Edwards Park in Bothell the 15th of June.
Verg alexcgevans's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 9:12
Oct 12, 2018
First Ride: Scott Ransom 900 Tuned
@DirtGuru2: Should be in SoCal in early Nov. I"m not sure on dates or locations yet still working on those. It will probably be a LA, Orange County and San Diego area demo. Keep checking your local Scott dealers Facebook and IG accounts thats where they're usually advertised.
Verg RichardCunningham's article
Oct 12, 2018 at 9:05
Oct 12, 2018
Opinion: Why Have Bike Makers Ignored this Grassroots Fix?
Good point, but most of those cases are aftermarket. Thats what the oems are currently doing, letting you buy aftermarket frame protection from a dealer in the same way Apple has you buy an aftermarket case or protector from a dealer. You don't have a case, screen protector etc included with a iPhone from the factory just like you don't get additional frame protection from the factory.
Verg SCOTT-Sports's article
Oct 10, 2018 at 17:47
Oct 10, 2018
Scott Launches New Ransom Enduro Bike
@kmg0: Sorry about no replying earlier. I've worked with scott as their Western US demo driver. Im just starting to switch out my '18 bikes for '19 and I've yet to run into any type of play or bushing wear at the upper shock mount. Keep in mind the more popular bike medium and large genius are easily ridden 4+ hours per weekend. I've got easily over 100 hours on my personal Genius without issues.
Verg alexcgevans's article
Oct 10, 2018 at 17:32
Oct 10, 2018
First Ride: Scott Ransom 900 Tuned
Theres a hole on the non-drive side below the shock mount to let water and mud out. Im the US demo guy and have had no problems with similar arrangements on the Sparks in the Demo fleet even though they don't have the side drain hole. I live the the NW so a lot of rain and mud in the winter and no dirt build up.
Verg alexcgevans's article
Oct 10, 2018 at 17:26
Oct 10, 2018
First Ride: Scott Ransom 900 Tuned
Having the wider trunion mount at the bb allows for better layup of the carbon. There is almost one continuous plane from the down tube though the bb, lower shock mount and into the seat tube. Using longer fibers with less drastic profile changes results in a stronger more durable frame.
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