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XL Kona Process 153 DL

$2500 CAD
Pretty much stock 2015 Process 153DL. super fun bike. Selling because I don't need this and a DH bike! 160mm pike RCT3 solo air Monarch Plus RC3 just rebuilt by Rockshox with new internals. Sram 1x11 drive train Minion DHF front and rear. tons of tread left on original tires Just had this bike in the shop getting a full tune up and wheels trued. Fork and shock feel amazing. Small dent in down tube, but frame has a lifetime warranty! Few little rub marks here and there but stanchions are perfect.

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Just another banger from Voreis!
bondy86 outhouse's article
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bondy86 sebkemp's article
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bondy86 rilor's article
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could be to do with the huge Russian presence in Nelson's past?
bondy86 rilor's article
Jul 4, 2013 at 6:33
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bondy86 SouthCrewMedia's article
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bondy86 RichardCunningham's article
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stuff 650B uzzi! how about carbon uzzi?
bondy86 mikekazimer's article
Feb 22, 2013 at 10:17
Feb 22, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: Long Travel Single Crown Forks
we all have to remember that bike companies are marketing towards what the majority of consumers ride, and the majority of terrain that gets ridden. Those of us that are fortunate enough to live in truly gnarly places and want that "one bike to rule them all" are a very small percentage of the overall consumer market. Hence the reason companies are starting to drop the 7" market. for the majority of people 6.5" is more than they ever need, otherwise they are running a full DH rig. I happen to think the idea of a stiff nimble 7" bike that can still pedal is perfection, but more and more people are moving to light 160mm AM machines that work amazingly on pretty much every trail bar steep super tech gnar, and once it gets to the point where it requires a bigger bike they are happy to simply not ride those lines. my 2 cents.
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