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May 22, 2018 at 10:232 days
Video: 25 Bike Checks from Whistler Opening Day 2018
I must get my 2year old that makeboys bike!!!! She'll rip, once she gets her strider mastered....
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Apr 19, 2018 at 14:30Apr 19, 2018
Randoms: A Plethora of Grips, Multicoloured Lock Nuts, Anodized Rotors, & More - Sea Otter 2018
More info on that syncros bar! Suddenly want one for random klunkerz buildz
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Apr 18, 2018 at 13:05Apr 18, 2018
Apr 18, 2018 at 12:59Apr 18, 2018
Used, fair condition. Has definitely been ridden. It does have one spot of cable rub on the headtube, one spot of chainsuck in front of the BB shell, marking on the inside of the non drive chainstay from rotor hitting frame on installations. There is a crack on the bottom/back half of the direct mount front derailleur area. I have had all these inspected/"patched" by a local carbon repair shop and they said none of this is anything to worry about. The bike can and has been ridden with a front derailleur and the crack hasn't gotten any worse, but it would be best setup in a 1x configuration. 135mm quick release rear end. Tapered headtube, the upper headset bearing is there, but it is missing the cap. Will need to source 1.5" lower bearing/crown race (typical Cane Creek 40 series 1.5" lower) 27.2 seatpost is included. PF90 (I believe, maybe 92, F@*%^ standards....) Shimano bottom bracket setup. Had an XT triple crank on the bike, so any shimano/race face 24mm crankset would work with it as shown. I'm 6' with a 32" inseam and I found this very comfortable with a shorter stem/slight riser bar. I should be on larges most of the time, but I find that I prefer the longer frame/wheelbases of larger frames. Of course, this is 7 year old geometry at this point.... I weigh 150lbs and do not ride aggressively by any means. I bought the bike second hand from original owner. Serial number sticker is NOT on the frame due to it getting blown off by a shop that pressure washes frame, I wanted to point that out in full disclosure, I did not steal the bike. $320 SHIPPED to the lower 48 states. May be able to help out with a small part here and there if you need, probably have a bearing/crown race somewhere if you want, let me know!
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Apr 18, 2018 at 12:49Apr 18, 2018
Apr 18, 2018 at 12:46Apr 18, 2018
Brand new. Take off from a brand new bike before it was built. Comes with manual, cable, handlebar mounted lever and miscellaneous hardware. 31.6mm seattube diameter, 100mm of drop. $110, will ship to the lower 48 states for asking price.
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Mar 10, 2018 at 7:53Mar 10, 2018
Mar 10, 2018 at 7:51Mar 10, 2018
Brand new pair of bulldozers in the massive 29 x 3.25" variety.Tubeless ready, 120tip, silca casing. Weighed these with packaging at ~1150/1170grams. My asking price INCLUDES shipping cost to the continental 48 states. Its gonna be a weighty 6pound box, so it won't be the cheapest on my end.
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Dec 29, 2017 at 20:30Dec 29, 2017
Dec 29, 2017 at 20:26Dec 29, 2017
Selling my wife's Champa. She hasn't used it much since we got her another bike. 52cm frame. It is in great shape has been heavily modified to make for a sweet smooth fast ride. Handbuilt wheelset (Deflated Cyclestuff, great local wheelbuilder), 650B on RaceFace AR24 rims, these are tubeless compatible, are taped for tubeless, just need valves/sealant/and your choice of tubeless tire. The WTB ThickSlicks are 27.5x48C and are brand new. (Tires are "not" tubeless ready, attempt this on your own. Panaracer/WTB make some 650x47's that would work great on this.) Salsa Pro Ring 39T chainring 11-36T cassette & 10speed chain (brand new) Shimano SLX shifter (very light mileage) with new optislick shift cable Shimano ZEE Rear Derailleur (very light mileage) FSA Metropolis style handlebar for nice comfortable riding position, or can be flipped for a cafe racer style look. Avid DB-series brakes, hydraulic, tons of pad life left on both front and rear setups. Brake rotors are brand new 160mm front and rear. SRAM Rival crankset, has been stripped of its color and brushed for a nice clean look. This thing is a blast. Its fairly light for the build it has (26lbs and some change), it is fast, shifts amazing, tubeless ready wheelset could easily save some additional weight and make for a pretty solid commuter/urban assault bike. It does have a few small paint chips from having a lock on the top tube, and some chips on the downtube from being ridden/put onto bike parking, but only noticeable up close. I will provide proof of purchase receipt as well. We are in this well over $2,000 with the handbuilt wheels, drivetrain setup, etc. I have the additional sliding dropout for singlespeed/belt drive use.