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Mar 20, 2020
Mar 20, 2020 at 1:23
Mar 20, 2020

Trek Remedy Carbon

$1800 USD
Up for sale is my first hand owned, absolutely loaded with extras Remedy 27.5 in a Medium/Large 18.5” size. Bike has seen only one full season of use, as I work at a Trek shop in Montana, USA and can go for a new ride every season. Most wear and tear on frame and parts is purely cosmetic except the rear wheel taking the damage from some of my bad riding in the form of a small dent on one side and less than perfect true. Bike sees entirely too much maintenance by me at the shop for how little I get to ride, and I freshly rebuilt the suspension right before coming to NZ. The tires currently on the bike are what I ran out of the box, and they still look quite new, which tells about how little mileage I put on this bike. I came to New Zealand with this bike at the beginning of February and rode for only two weeks before injuring myself(don’t worry, the handlebar only received minor scratches). Below I have listed a full current parts spec along with all of the many extras I will include with the bike. Frame: Remedy 9.7 27.5 ML, OCLV Carbon front triangle, aluminum stays, frame has had DYEDBRO tie dye frame-pro kit from day one which has prevented significant wear and tear Fork: Rockshox Lyrik RC Debonair, four tokens installed for supple early stroke with large ramp, and one extra token included if you would like to max it out, most of the fork has been covered in a protector kit since day one to prevent scratches and such Shock: Rockshox Deluxe RT3 with Reaktiv compression damping, 3.5 volume spacers(1 single and one Gnar Dog), one extra single spacer included if you would like to max it out again Wheels: Bontrager Line Comp 27.5 front/rear, rear hub driver has had the pawl count doubled from stock for 108 points of engagement and lessened stress wear on the driver body Tires: Bontrager SE5 27.5x2.6 front, Bontrager SE4 27.5x2.4 rear, Cushcores installed front and rear along with Bontrager tubeless sealant, Half a large bottle of Bontrager sealant included with bike Pedals: Deity T-Mac, spare set of pins included Handlebar: Deity Holeshot 38mm rise, cut down from 825mm to 800mm Grips: Chromag Squarewave Post/Lever: Bontrager Line 125mm, Wolftooth ReMote, Wolftooth Seatpost Clamp Brakes: TRP G-Spec Quadiem, 200mm rotor front, 180mm rotor rear, Two extra new sets of Resin brake pads Drivetrain: GX Eagle Crankset/Chain/Shifter/Derailleur, NX Eagle Cassete, spare NX Eagle chain included already cut to length, two 12 speed master links included(one in the tire lever/pliers and one in the EDC tool), also one 11 speed master link in the tire lever(for your non 12 speed buddies) Randoms/Extras: Bontrager Side loading bottle cage, Oneup EDC 100cc pump with EDC Tool, Wolftooth B-Rad Base and Strap system, Wolftooth Nickel Plated Quick Link Pliers/Tire lever, Two spare 27.5 tubes(one in the strap), Lezyne Tire Plug kit, 20g CO2 cartridge, Wolftooth steerer top cap BOB Yak single wheeled trailer and Robert Axle Project thru axle included with bike as well! Just something bulky that will be difficult to fly home with and I may as well give to the next owner of the bike.

Rode in Queenstown Bike Park. view ridelog
Feb 13, 2020 at 21:30
Feb 13, 2020
quotes Putting the Legs On
45.7 km - 04:29 - 4 achievements - 3 badges
Rode in 7 Mile Riding Area. view ridelog
Feb 11, 2020 at 23:37
Feb 11, 2020
quotes Just to Make Mark Jealous
50.4 km - 03:11 - 8 achievements - 4 badges
Rode in 7 Mile Riding Area. view ridelog
Feb 11, 2020 at 20:10
Feb 11, 2020
quotes Stumbling Around the Woods
17.4 km - 01:07 - 6 achievements
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Jan 18, 2020 at 21:35
Jan 18, 2020
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Rode in Annadel State Park. view ridelog
Dec 29, 2019 at 13:54
Dec 29, 2019
quotes Greased Piggy
22.4 km - 01:26 - 1 achievements
Added 10 photos to Buysell
Dec 14, 2019 at 12:39
Dec 14, 2019
Dec 14, 2019 at 12:33
Dec 14, 2019

NS Eccentric Cromo 19.5"

$650 USD
This is a fantastic steel hardtail for aggressive trail riding; one may even go so far as to call the Eccentric “downcountry”. Bike is in great mechanical condition, with negligible cosmetic damage or wear. The main part in need of service is the dropper as it has a small amount of play side to side and a 2-3 millimeters of sink, but otherwise works fine. The bike was owned by a mechanic at my local shop before my purchasing it. The bike was piloted to victory at a half dozen of the weekly local xc series races, but not at all ridden outside of said events. Practically new tires: my final ride of the year on this bike was at a local 24 hour race as a solo rider, and the tires and grips installed directly before this event were only worn during this event’s duration. Cosmetically the bike is in surprisingly fresh condition, with minor crank rub being the biggest standout. The frame itself is almost completely void of scratches. Despite being a size large frame, I will say the bike is likely to feel small on taller riders that have become used to current geometry trends. The 440mm reach and 633mm effective top tube are more akin to what could be currently called a medium sized frame with aggressive geo. I myself sit right at 5’ 8” and felt at home on this bike, and depending on riding style, I reckon anyone between 5’ 6” and 5’ 10” could fit nicely on this bike. The bike is slightly under-forked with 130mm travel, giving it a roughly 68 degree headangle and a solid downcountry feel. Wheels: Giant PXCR-1 650b w/ DT Swiss 36T star ratchet internals, 15x100mm front, 12x142 rear Tires: Bontager SE5 2.3 front, Bontrager SE2 2.3 rear(semi-slick version of SE5) Fork: Rockshox Revelation RCT3, Motion Control Damper, 42mm offset, 130mm travel Post: KS LEV Integra 125mm travel, actuation lever is a very slick modified X0 front shifter pod(this was done by the mechanic who first owned the bike and works as well if not better than any actual dropper lever I have had experience with) Shifter/Derailleur: SRAM X0 9 speed, 11-34t cassete(this range is underwhelming at first glance when compared to current 12 speed offerings, but while XC racing I found the 9 speed to offer up more than enough range for race pace and the lack of four additional clicks to thumb through was simplistically refreshing) Crankset: Raceface Turbine 175mm, Raceface Narrow Wide 30t, MRP Chainguide/bashguard Handlebars/Stem: Raceface Atlas, ODI Longneck soft compound grips Brakes: SRAM Guide RS w/ 180mm Jagwire two piece finned rotors Saddle: Bontrager Arvada Pedals: Deity Skyscraper

Rode in Whitefish Mountain Resort. view ridelog
Jul 11, 2019 at 20:06
Jul 11, 2019
quotes Enduro Jesus
34.0 km - 04:54 - 2 achievements - 2 badges
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