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May 28, 2018 at 8:55May 28, 2018
May 28, 2018 at 8:47May 28, 2018
Selling my 2016 Rockshox Reverb dropper post. This post has been trustworthy, and I'm only selling as I'm switching to a new bike frame. I've had the post for a little over a year and a half. The seatpost is in good condition; the lever has some normal scratching and wear and tear, and the seatpost stanchion is in very good condition with only a tiny blemish; no leaks from the seals. Lever was bled 8 months ago; cable line is full length from the factory. There is a tiny bit of sag when sitting down on the post (about 5mm) but the seatpost stays in the position you set it. Great seatpost; as you know may know the post is fully hydraulic and offers smooth operations in all riding conditions (unlike the cable operated ones like the KS Lev and the Fox Transfer where mud and muck can interfere with the lever action)! Weighs in at 576 grams minus a zip tie.
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May 13, 2018 at 14:47May 13, 2018
May 13, 2018 at 14:33May 13, 2018
Selling my beautiful, lightweight Niner Carbon Fork in arctic white. The fork has low mileage on it; I briefly rode it about 325 miles on trails but realized I wasn't tough enough to ride rigid and I switched bike frames. This fork is a wonder art and technology and will bring you lots of riding bliss. There are a few scratches and paint chips from normal use but the fork is in great condition and has never been in any crashes. The fork has a Cane Creek 40 crown race installed, and a 7.75" steerer tube. Standard 1-1/8 straight steerer tube and 100mm quick-release axle. Weighs 575 grams.
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Oct 4, 2017 at 17:06Oct 4, 2017
Oct 4, 2017 at 17:04Oct 4, 2017
Selling my older but heavily upgraded 2009 Specialized Enduro. This bike is a trail crusher and despite its age has all the trappings of a modern trail bike - 150mm travel, 67 degree head angle, dropper post, SIXC carbon bars, you name it. If you can't ride it on this bike, you can't ride it. I'm the original owner and have heavily upgraded it since purchasing it including putting a ton of fixes/upgrades in the last year. I'm only selling it as I'm moving to a smaller place and should downsize my bike fleet. The current part spec looks like: * Rockshox Revelation Dual Position Fork (Installed 2015, Overhauled in August) * Shimano SLX M7000 Brakeset (Installed this year) * WTB KOM i23 Wheelset laced to Hadley Rear Hub, SLX Front Hub (Installed this year) * Continental Trail King 2.4 Front Tire, WTB Moto 2.3 Rear Tire, Tubeless (Installed this year) * KS Lev Dropper Post (Overhauled this year) * 735mm SixC Carbon Handlebars + 60mm Truvativ Stem * SRAM 9-Speed Drivetrain * Shimano Saint Pedals The bike is in good shape; there are a fair number of scratches and a good bit of chainstay rub from my duckfooted shoes but it's all cosmetic. There's the occasional squeak and creak but again cosmetic. The bike has been reliable and will give you many years of riding bliss. This bike taught me how to mountain bike and it can be your trail ripper as well!
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Sep 7, 2017 at 17:15Sep 7, 2017
Sep 7, 2017 at 17:12Sep 7, 2017
Posting my custom built Felt Nine Race mountain bike. The bike was built in 2012 from a brand new 2010 frame and is a beautiful bike that would be a great cross country race or trail bike. This bike is light and fast; it started out life fully rigid but I eventually decided to soften it up by putting a suspension fork on it. This bike is a great deal and is in great condition - it has no dents, and only has typical cosmetic scratches and scrapes from normal mountain biking (with some chainstay rub from my duckfooted pedaling, a few missing pedal pins, some handlebar scrapes and some crankset scuffing). I'm only selling it as I'm likely moving soon and need to clear out space. Here's the custom build kit: * 2014 Fox Float 32 Factory Fork, 100mm Travel (this was the top of the line fork they made that year * Shimano SLX 2x10 Drivetrain with SRAM XX front derailleur * Hand-built Stans Arch 29er Wheelset laced to Shimano XT Hubs * Maxxis Ardent 29x2.25 EXO TR Tires set up tubeless * Avid Elixir Brakeset, bled this year * Niner Carbon Seatpost, WTB Volt 142 Saddle * Easton EC70 Carbon Handlebar * Azonic White Pedals (I also have some white SPD PD-M520 pedals if you'd rather go clipless) This build kit is solid in every respect and comparable new bikes will cost substantially more for comparable and often inferior part specs. The bike weighs in under 25 pounds without pedals. The Fox Factory fork typically lists at $900 alone. This bike can be your XC racer, your entry to mountain biking or even just your super comfortable town bike. The possibility for adventure is endless.
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Aug 17, 2017 at 12:20Aug 17, 2017