Jan 30, 2017 at 18:06Jan 30, 2017
Specialized Trail, FACT carbon, 6-degree upsweep, 8-degree backsweep, 27mm rise, 750mm, 31.8mm Never ridden, never installed... they came with my Stumpy S-works but I wanted something wider. This bar retails for around $180.
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Dec 21, 2016 at 20:54Dec 21, 2016
Dec 21, 2016 at 20:52Dec 21, 2016
I love this bike, it's treated me very well and I've taken great care of it in return. But I got a deal on a new stumpy that I couldn't turn down and now I need to get rid of the Enduro. Bike receives regular maintenance. Both front and rear shocks have been overhauled within the past 12 months. Brakes could use a bleed. Everything else is in tip top shape. Bike Spec: -- 2011 Specialized Enduro Comp, 160mm travel, M5 Alloy Frame w/ Fox Float RP2 rear shock -- Fox 36 Vanilla (coil sprung) 160mm Travel fork, 20mm axle (one of the best forks ever made, if you ask me) -- Hope Pro II Hubs laced to DT Swiss E440 rims (25mm internal diameter) -- Upgraded 1x deivtrain ... Sram X-9 rear deraileur/shifter/chain/11-44t cassette -- Raceface atlas 170mm cranks w/ 32t chainring (will throw in an additional 30t chainring) -- Sram Guide RS brakes w/ 203mm rotors -- Rockshox Reverb 125mm dropper post -- Answer Pro-taper 780mm bars -- Specialized 2.3" Clutch Tires (comes with extra set of tires) Message me if you have any questions! Scott
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Jan 4, 2013 at 13:03Jan 4, 2013
Jan 4, 2013 at 13:01Jan 4, 2013
Never been used, never even mounted on a bike... They weigh just under 1600g for the pair. They are tubeless ready and the aluminum straight pull spokes make them a super stiff wheelset. They can be run with pretty much ANY set up as far as axle choice goes, 15 or 20mm up front... the rear can be either 135 QR or a 142 thru axle. All the parts and adapters are included. I'll ship anywhere in North America, you pay shipping. Here's a complete list of everything that comes with... --BX601 quick releases --UST valve and accessories --Front 15 mm adapters --Specific disc bolts --Computer magnet (front wheel) --Bearing adjustment tool (rear wheel) --Spoke wrench (rear wheel) --User guide --Rear 12x142mm adapters I think that's everything. Please let me know if you have any other questions or would like some more pictures.
Nov 5, 2011 at 8:59Nov 5, 2011
Hello, This fork came on my 2011 Specialized Enduro Comp. I am selling it because it's an air fork and I am more comfortable with coil. The steerer tube is 7.75in. Has less than 10 rides on it. It is in "like new" condition. I am asking $350. The internals are pretty simple, not a lot of bells and whistles. I believe this model is an OEM fork so I couldn't find an exact match anywhere but here's a link to the model I that think is the closest match: http://www.pinkbike.com/product/rockshox/Lyrik-Solo-Air/ The fork has a tapered head tube. I replaced the stock fork oil with Maxima Racing Oils 15wt anti-foaming fork oil. This is superior performing fork oil. You'll notice that fork stays super smooth on long rides. . . that's due to reduced drag because the oil doesn't degrade or get splotchy when it heats up or after long periods of use. Just smooth. The fork is very sturdy. It has 36mm upper stanchions along with RockShox's new longer bushings in the lowers. The larger contact area between the uppers and lowers result in a more durable, laterally stiffer fork. And this thing is light! It is NOTICIBLY lighter than other similar 160mm travel forks at 4.3lbs. Bottom line. . . This is a great fork that should last years on SoCal terrain. I'll throw in a Richy Logic headset (still in the box) for tapered headtubes and the rest of the fork oil that I bought. I have some more pics of the fork that show more detail. Shoot me an email if you want to see them before you make a decision. SPECS: -- 160mm travel -- 36mm upper stanchions -- 20mm maxle, tools free wheel removal, thru axle -- 1.5in tapered headtube for superior strength with unparalleled weight savings -- Air spring fork with rebound adjustment knob on the lower right fork leg. -- Stiffer crown for 2011 -- weighs 4.3lbs -- Comes with Ritchey Logic headset and 16oz jug of fork oil Please call or email with any questions. 561-350-1384.
Feb 8, 2011 at 12:32Feb 8, 2011
I'm looking for one of the old style RaceFace Diablolus stems. 1 1/8 steer tube, 31.8 bar clamp, 70mm long. Hit me up if you've got one, I'll take it off your hand ASAP!! Thanks, Scott
Nov 3, 2010 at 8:05Nov 3, 2010
This is one of the best short travel freeride bikes on the market. I used this bike for just about EVERY type of riding. From railing singletrack to running hot laps down Whistler Bike Park the Bottlerocket does it all! This bike is used. It has lots of cosmetic damage to the paint but that is it. Structurally, it’s in great condition. The pivot kit and all the bearings were just replaced at the beginning of the season. New derailleur cable and housing and the brake pads are about 3 months old. There is a pretty serious scratch on the left stanchion of the fork. But it has been wet-sanded and buffed out. It does NOT effect the performance of the fork at all. Fork does NOT leak oil. I’m selling it because it’s time for something new. I haven’t been getting in the amount of riding that I used to and I’m thinking about racing some Super-D next season. So this is a good time for me to part with my beloved Bottlerocket. It's just a little too much bike for me at the moment. I have more pics but they are too big to put in this post. Email me if you want to see them. I'm including manuals for the fork and rear shock and an extra (700lb) spring for heavier riders. I have more detailed pics. If you are interested please email me. Here are the specs: -- 2006 Transition BottleRocket Frame, Medium; (bought in 2007) -- Fox DHX 5.0 w/ 450lb spring -- Marzocchi 66 RC2X -- RaceFace Diablos handlebar, 25.4 clamp diameter, 29in wide, -- RaceFace Diablos stem, 25.4 clamp diameter, 70mm -- RaceFace DH Evolve Cranks w/ Transition Step Down Pedals + Race Face DH X-type bottom bracket -- Avid Juicy 7 brakes, 203mm rotors -- Shimano XT shifter, derailleur, cassette, -- Sram PC99 quick link chain -- Thompson seatpost, uncut -- Transition Park n’ Ride AM Saddle -- Transition Revolution Wheelset -- Maxxis Minion 2.5 F/R DH tires -- ODI lock on grips --Transition Bar end caps -- Transition Pedals
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