Added 19 photos to Champa-650roadplus
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.
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Dec 6, 2017 at 6:18Dec 6, 2017
Win a Kore Rivera Prize Package - Pinkbike's Advent Calendar Giveaway
Oooh, forget DJ's these would be awesome on my fat bike build!
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Nov 23, 2017 at 16:26Nov 23, 2017
Pole Bicycles Announces New CNC-Machined 'Machine' - Press Release
""Super clearance - It's possible to run a 3" tire on the back. Mud clogs with the standard 2.35" tires will be a thing of the past."" 3" clearance? 29" frame"? YES!!
Added 16 photos to FatboyPro
Nov 6, 2017 at 6:28Nov 6, 2017
Nov 6, 2017 at 6:10Nov 6, 2017
Selling my 2015 Specialized Fatboy PRO frame. Comes with two brand new in package derailleur hangers, seatpost, seatpost collar. PF30 Bottom Bracket is still installed, bearings are fair, not new they do have some good miles on them. This was repainted black but originally was the neon green bike. There are some scrapes in the paint from riding, not very apparent when built up. There is one very very slight ding on the top of the top tube where the bars turned around quickly and the brake lever contacted it. The brake lever took most of the impact, but there is a small part in the frame. I tried to photograph it, very hard to get. I had a specialized dealer take photos and contact specialized and the response from the rep was that I had nothing to worry about. specialized.com/us/en/fatboy-pro/93304 The frame is a Large/19" frame and fit me fairly well at 5'11" As pictured it weighs 5 lbs 2 oz. I had it build fairly light, got it to upper 25lbs
Added 10 photos to PugSSley
Sep 23, 2017 at 11:44Sep 23, 2017
Sep 23, 2017 at 11:42Sep 23, 2017
Good condition, lightly used. Setup dinglespeed. Surly 24 pack rack. Race Face Aeffect Riser Bar. BB7's with nearly new brake pads. Surly Nates 120tpi on Marge Lites. Surly steel chainring. Faux Carbon post. Asking price includes shipping and having the bike boxed up by a local shop. ($150 approx for boxing/shipping)
Added 23 photos to Marrakesh
Jun 10, 2017 at 19:58Jun 10, 2017
Jun 10, 2017 at 19:54Jun 10, 2017
Lighty used, upgraded, nearly new. I am in this build about $2300. I am open to *reasonable* offers, so feel free to make that. Many new parts are on the bike, and I'm willing to include plenty of extras to make it more of a touring bike. I feel my asking price is fair, but I'm flexible within reason as well. I will also cover the cost to have the bike professionally boxed at a local shop and then shipped to you. Salsa Marrakesh Drop bar bike, upgrades from the stock include all new SRAM bar-end shifters for 30speeds rather than the stock 27. Bigger gear range (11-36T, rather than the stock 11-34) is accomplished by the SRAM GX rear derailleur, still has the Deore Touring triple crankset 26/36/48T rings. Thomson Stem. Custom built wheelset using Novatec rear hub/XT front hub, built to N.O.S. Mavic 36 hole touring rims. Vintage American Classic 27.2 seatpost to go with the "silver/black" accents, Specialized Romin Evo saddle. Cane Creek 40 series headset replaced the stock loose bearing 10series headset for less maintenance down the road. Yokozuna Compressionless housing for the TRP Spyre brakes, running on Avid centerline rotors, super solid braking. Currently has 29x1.95 SWorks Renegade tires on for super fast dirt commuting, I will include 2 brand new still in package 700x30 Specialized All Condition tires. This bike is in excellent shape, a bunch of new parts, two very small knicks on the frame (both near headtube, came out of packaging that way :/ ), a knick on the Thomson stem from some jerk next to me on a bike rack. As photo'd with the shimano SPD pedals, 29er tires and some heavy tubes it weighs 28lbs even. About 2 pounds lighter than the stock build. I've used this very lightly for some commuting to my job, it has some wear, but it is in very good condition. A unique build, solid performer. I will ship a brand new chain with the bike as well for a spare (the chain on the bike in the photo does have 2 master links in it, I sized it one link to short when I swapped to the larger gearing, so I'll include a brand new uncut chain). I do not have the Salsa Alternator Low Deck rack, but I have two different racks that would work with the bike (or I can try to get the factory spec rack for you). I have two Blackburn Central Shoppers Panniers (brand new in plastic bags) that I'll include as well should you like. If you don't want a vintage silver seatpost and would prefer a new black seatpost, I can swap it. Please feel free to ask any questions.