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Jun 15, 2019 at 21:00Jun 15, 2019
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Jan 3, 2019 at 18:03Jan 3, 2019
Jan 3, 2019 at 18:03Jan 3, 2019
Selling my 2015 Norco Threshold Cyclocross bike, frame size 55.5cm. Bought directly from Norco in may of 2015, this bike his largely served as a commuter and a road bike. It is in great shape overall aside from a few tiny scratches, but nothing out of the ordinary for a used bike. I have put just over 2000 kilometers on the bike plus around 100k of trainer riding this winter. As such the drivetrain is still in great shape and chain wear is less than 50% so there are many more kilometers left on the current chain and cassette. Otherwise the bike has been professionally cleaned and maintained. As of this week new shifter cables and housing have been installed and new handlebar tape has also been installed. Included with the bike will be the two bottle cages, the cateye velo 7 computer, a specialized toupe saddle and the stock continental tires which are currently installed and have less than 100k on them as I did the majority of my riding on slick tires. The shimano XT clipless pedals pictured will not be included and instead will be replaced with plastic test ride pedals for test rides. Looking to get 1000 for the bike. If you have any questions for me or would like to test ride the bike please message me and we can arrange something. Thank you, Riley
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Nov 27, 2018 at 19:48Nov 27, 2018
Nov 27, 2018 at 19:46Nov 27, 2018
Up for sale is a lightly used Shimano XTR 11-40 11 speed cassette. I had this cassette on my cross bike for a bike tour a few years ago and haven't used it since. Its seen around 350 kilometres of road riding only so it is barely worn and in great shape to be used for many more miles. This cassette is from the XTR range so it has carbon fibre/titanium carriers for the cogs for weight savings and stiffness. It would be perfect on any cross country race bike or trail bike. Looking to get $150 for the cassette. I'm located in Calgary so I'm willing to do local meetups. I can also ship within Canada at the expense of the buyer. Feel free to message me if you have any questions. Thanks, Riley
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Jul 3, 2018 at 5:41Jul 3, 2018
Dec 16, 2017 at 10:16Dec 16, 2017
For sale today I have a set of lightly used ENVE composites M60 wheels. These wheels were purchased brand new halfway through the 2017 season so they were ridden for July and August and that was it. There is no damage at all to any part of the wheels, all spokes are properly tensioned, and the wheels are straight. The specs are as listed below: Rims: ENVE composities M60/40, 23mm internal width Hubs: DT Swiss 240's Hub spacing: 15x100 front, 12x142 rear Rotor interface: Centerlock Cassette interface: Sram XD driver The wheels will come pretaped with valves for tubeless setup, and I will also include a set of shimano centerlock to 6-blot adapters. No cassette, tires or brake rotors will be included. Currently I have the wheelset installed on my Norco Sight which is also for sale (linked here: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2300394/), but if you only want the wheels, let me know and I will unmount them and get them cleaned up. For the wheels alone, I would like to get $1300. I'm pretty firm since the wheels retail for over $3000 and this set is lightly used and in great shape. If you have any questions feel free to send me a message. Thanks, Riley
Dec 16, 2017 at 9:45Dec 16, 2017
For sale today I have my 2016 Norco Sight A7.1 in size XL. I bought this bike directly from Norco in the spring of 2016 and it has been my main ride for the past two seasons. The bike has mainly been ridden at COP and West Bragg Creek, with a few visits to Kananaskis and one day at Silverstar. Overall the bike has less than 100 riding hours on it, and has been professionally maintained over the course of the last two seasons. This means that both the fork and the shock are up to date for oil changes and all of the bearings have been regularly checked, cleaned and greased. I have also been meticulous about cleaning the bike. It has been getting cleaned after every ride, and has been completely torn down and rebuilt prior to the posting of this ad. All of the bearings are in great shape and will be rideable for at least one more full season. The fork and shock are also good to go for at least another 30 riding hours.As with any used bike there are a few paint chips and scratches, but nothing too serious and definitely no cracks, dents or other structurally compromising damage. As far as the spec goes on this bike, it is far from stock. A lot of the components were upgraded as soon as I received the bike. The current parts list is as follows: Frame: Sight aluminum 650B 140 mm travel trail Fork: Rockshox Pike RC 150mm travel, Solo Air Shock: Rockshox Monarch RT w/Debonair Rims: Alexrims DP23 rims 23mm internal width Front hub: Formula DC51 15x100mm Rear hub: Sram MTH746 with XD driver 12x142mm Front tire: Schwalbe nobby nic performance dual compound 2.35 (setup tubeless) Rear tire: Schwalbe nobby nic evolution snakeskin tubeless easy pacestar compound (setup tubeless) Shifter: Sram GX 11spd Rear mech: Sram GX 11spd Cassette: Sram XG1150 10-42T Crankset: Raceface Turbine cinch 175mm length Chainring: Oneup components cinch compatible 34t oval chainring Bottom bracket: Raceface BSA30 cinch Chain: Sram PC-X1 Seat post: Raceface Turbine stealth dropper 30.9 w/ 1x remote anodized green Saddle: Specialized phenom expert 143mm wide Stem: Stock Norco stem 60mm Bars: Chromag fubars osx cut to 750mm wide Grips: Ergon GE1 slim green Front brake: Sram guide R with new style caliper (Lever is brand new, fresh from warranty) Rear brake: Sram guide R with old style caliper (Lever is brand new, fresh from warranty) Brake rotors: Shimano SM-RT56 180mm front and rear The stock specs for the bike can be found here: http://www.norco.com/bike-archives/2016/sight-a71/. When comparing the stock specs to the current specs it's easy to see whats been changed and upgraded. The Major highlights in terms of upgrades are the Turbine cranks, turbine dropper and the brakes. Despite what you might hear about the Turbine dropper I have had no problems at all with this dropper in my two years riding with it. I have been running the dropper between 10-20 psi which gives it a nice return speed while still allowing it to function properly. What I will be including with this bike is the bike itself and a set of polymer test pedals so that the bike can be test ridden. The bottle cage, chain guide, clipless pedals and computer will NOT be included. Once I have updated the pictures you will be able to see exactly what the bike will look like in its final sale state. I am looking to get $3000 for the bike with its stock wheelset. Feel free to message me with any questions you might have, or if you would like to come by to take a look at the bike. Thanks, Riley Update: ENVE wheels have been sold
Posted in "New sram guide issues"
Aug 15, 2017 at 19:48Aug 15, 2017