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May 16, 2019 at 18:00May 16, 2019
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KS Lev Integra seat post. $200 I used this dropper for one full season and it's in great condition. I got a new bike that requires an external dropper so I don't need this anymore. • 385mm / 125mm travel • 30.9mm diameter • internally routed
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Apr 22, 2019 at 16:02Apr 22, 2019
Apr 22, 2019 at 15:51Apr 22, 2019
2015 Santa Cruz Nomad, carbon fiber, size medium, $2800. It's turquoise/pink color (cotton candy to some), which I'm pretty sure makes you ride faster. This sucker rips! 165mm of rear travel via Vivid Air RC2 shock, and a Rockshox Pike Solo Air fork up front with 160mm of travel. I've ridden it in every style of terrain imaginable and this bike kills it! Even climbs well for how much of a beast it is going downhill. This lovely lady has gotten me out of many hairy situations with its travel and geometry. I've kept great care of it Some specs and details: Upgraded the wheels to Stans MK3s a couple years ago Rockshox Reverb dropper post WTB Volt saddle Shimano SLX brakes. X1 shifters/drive X1 cranks 11 speed, 1x drivetrain Raceface Respond bars (800mm) Maxxis Ardent 2.4 rear tire Minion DHF 3C 2.5 tire up front Shimano PD M785 XT pedals Recent maintenance includes: New bottom bracket, late summer 2018 New shifter cables, late summer 2018 New rear tire, late summer 2018 Front tire, mid-summer 2018 Regreased pivot points, late summer 2018 New Shimano XT cassette, early fall 2018 New Shimano chain, early fall 2018 New front chainring, early fall 2018 There's the normal amount of dings on it from regular riding, as you'll see in pics. The fork does leak a little bit, but in full disclosure I brought this up with Rockshox in 2016, which they didn't have a resolution for, and I've ridden it since then without having any actual fork performance issues. All in all, a great way to get a well-maintained carbon fiber Nomad that crushes, plus a nice wheelset and solid specs.
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Jul 30, 2018 at 19:14Jul 30, 2018
Jul 30, 2018 at 19:09Jul 30, 2018
Once-used Black Dragon Dropper Seat Bag, color Dark Camo. I bought this for a hut trip, tested it out once on my local trails, and it worked great... Then the night before the trip I put it on with my fully loaded pack and water, and the dropper bag buzzed my back wheel because of all the weight I was carrying. Turns out, doesn't work with a 165mm Nomad. Their website says you need 5" between saddle rails and the nearest point on your rear tire. I think it would work great with a lesser travel bike. I'm bummed it didn't work with mine, since it fits a bunch of stuff and doesn't sway at all when you're riding with it on. You're getting the full shebang with this - comes with a Wolf Tooth Valais stanchion clamp you put around the seatpost (mine was on a Reverb and fit great) and the materials to connect it to the saddle rails. Check their website for all the details. It retails for $200, you'd have to pay shipping in addition to that (which I did) and is currently out of stock. I'm asking $180 since I only used it once on an 8 mile ride.
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Aug 9, 2015 at 17:50Aug 9, 2015
Aug 9, 2015 at 17:48Aug 9, 2015
Killer bike with great specs that I've put a lot of work into very recently. Some specs - Fox 36 fork (160mm), 165mm travel Fox shock in rear (6.5"), RockShox Reverb seat dropper, Deity Blacklabel bars (785mm), Formula The One brakes, Race Face cranks, Race Face stem, 2x10 gearing, tubeless setup (Minion in front, Big Betty in rear). This bike charges - burly on the downhills, climbs great. Taken it on all day backcountry epics and downhilling - it can honestly do it all. Taken great care of it and treated her nice. Work I've done to it recently (about $700 worth): - Rebuilt the fork at the beginning of 2015 season - Rebuilt the rear shock at beginning of 2015 season - New rear brake pads, Jul 2015 - New bottom bracket, Jul 2015 - New rear wheel built specific to this bike in Jul 2015 (literally, brand new, built up) - New front and rear rotors, winter 2015 Here's a link to the original bike, keep in mind I've upgraded here and there (e.g. wider bars): http://www.competitivecyclist.com/rocky-mountain-slayer-70-bike