Aug 30, 2017 at 11:50Aug 30, 2017
I have a tapered steer tube white/Kashima 180mm Fox 36 Float in good condition. One ding on the lowers that does not affect internals, stanchions are pretty clean. I had this on a large Morewood Kalula, with a 120mm head tube. It has been ridden, but is a great fork. 20mm semi QR axle. Probably due a service, but no issues last time I rode it earlier this summer. Photos forthcoming, let me know if interested.
Aug 8, 2017 at 14:49Aug 8, 2017
I would like to trade a black WTB/Shimano SLX (i think I19 hoops, came stock on a Santa Cruz Tallboy C back in the day) 29er wheelset with 15x100 front and 12x142 rear axles for a similar set with standard QR's. WTB/SLX set is 10speed shimano, looking for the same. I am looking to make a set of commuter wheels for my Surly Krampus... I'll post photos soon. Anyone have an old QR set lying around and want to trade for a backup through axle set?? Prefer local if possible.
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May 17, 2017 at 14:46May 17, 2017
Added 4 photos to Speshy-12
Apr 27, 2017 at 10:39Apr 27, 2017
Apr 27, 2017 at 10:39Apr 27, 2017
Our youngest has outgrown the 12" steed. Bike is in great shape, and ready for the next ripper. I do not have the training wheels any longer. Bike has a few surface scratches from learning to ride. This is a great next step from a balance bike, our kid was able to manage it just before he turned two. Come snag it for your grom.
Added 5 photos to DBHT
Feb 3, 2017 at 13:35Feb 3, 2017
Feb 3, 2017 at 13:34Feb 3, 2017
I have a Haanjo Trail, size L, in great shape. It has only a couple hundred miles on it, and is currently set up with full fenders and Continental touring tires with super heavy duty tubes (original gravel/cross tires also included). Got it for a commute, then switched jobs and commute is now much shorter, and I wold prefer a more MTB type bike for my commute. Would be very interested in a trade for a steel frame rigid 29 or 29+ (Surly Krampus would be at the top of the list), or maybe a fatbike. Bike is in great shape, very solid for commuting, gravel, cross, etc. Pedals and lights not included. Here is the brand description, and the bike gets great reviews. Diamondback's Haanjo line was made for cyclists who want a bike that's up for wearing multiple hats -- whether it's the only bike in their garage or it's joining a large, boisterous family of frames. The Haanjo Trail Ultegra Complete Bike offers a strong build kit to match its distinction as the top-of-the-line Haanjo model, with geometry that will keep you comfortable over long days in the saddle. Use it for veering off onto gravel on your next road ride or take it to your next 'cross race, then ride it through town to brunch the next morning. Whether you're heading to the coffee shop or going on an all-day gravel ride, the Haanjo Trail's more relaxed endurance geometry makes the bike suited to long days in the saddle more than its twitchy, race-oriented counterparts. Treated 6061-T6 aluminum gives the frame an ideal blend of lightness with strength, while the carbon fork and tapered head tube work to absorb road vibrations for smooth steering and less chatter through variable surfaces.Diamondback doesn't skimp on the componentry that matters, especially in this model, as it includes HED Tomcat Disc wheels with Kenda Happy Medium tires to adapt the bike to a variety of terrain, along with Shimano's smooth, lightweight Ultegra 11-speed drivetrain. Enjoy the reassurance provided by Shimano hydraulic disc brakes that promise to provide dependable stopping power in less than ideal conditions on the road or trail. If you're looking to get out on your bike more often, in more conditions, the Haanjo Trail is certainly up for the job. Let me know of any other questions.
Added 4 photos to Yelli-Screamy
Sep 29, 2016 at 11:56Sep 29, 2016
Sep 29, 2016 at 11:54Sep 29, 2016
2011 (1st gen) Yelli Screamy, large frame. Unloading some bikes to help with down payment on house... Specs: -Custom wheels build by MikeC of makemine29. 36h Flows, XT high flange hubs, straight gauge spokes. QR 135 rear, bolt on front. These are strong wheels. -Specialized Purgatory front, Slaughter rear, both with plenty of tread. -Manitou Drake 120mm tapered fork. Still a great fork, especially if you like to tinker with compression shim stacks. Shim stack kit and tuning guide is included. -Thomson 410mm post. WTB Silverado Ti saddle. Hope clamp. -Red Deity bars, older Chromag Ranger stem (different than in photos), Cane Creek headset. -XT brakes, 180/160 -SLX 175mm cranks, RaceFace NW 30T -SS setup with DMR tensioner, 18T Shimano DX cog, generic spacers included (currently set up 1x10) -1x10 geared setup: SLX shifter/der, XT cassette with Oneup 42t and Rad cage, XT chain with KMC 10spd quick link, all in very good condition. Cable rub, chain slap/suck wear, scratches, sweat, dirt, blood are included on this frame. It is used. Full disclaimer: This frame has been modified twice (see the pictures): -The seattube water bottle rivnuts have been removed to allow for full seatpost travel (CanBros have since removed these bosses). -A port has been made on the right side of the downtube near the headtube for in-frame cable routing. Used for stealth reverb in the past.
Added 1 photo to ROS-9
Aug 4, 2016 at 9:33Aug 4, 2016