May 13, 2019 at 5:33May 13, 2019
Up for sale I have a brand new, never used, never mounted, un cut steer tube, Cane Creek Helm Coil sprung fork for a 29er. Fork is currently set at 160mm of travel, I believe you can adjust it down to 130mm. I originally bought this for a custom build that ended up not happening, so I am just trying to recoup my losses. Let me know if you have any questions. Specs; WEIGHT 2340 grams DAMPING High Speed Compression, Low Speed Compression, Low Speed Rebound ADJUSTMENTS High speed compression Low speed compression Low speed rebound Indexed travel adjust system Spring pre-load adjust SPRING Lightweight Coil Spring (35-45-55-65 lbs/in) STANCHION DIAMETER 35mm TRAVEL Optimized for 130-160mm of travel TRAVEL ADJUSTMENTS Internal, 10mm Increments (160mm down to 130mm*) *No additional parts required) AXLE / SPACING / OFFSET "D-Loc" 15mm thru axle system / 15mm x 110 BOOST spacing / 51mm and 44mm MAX TIRE SIZE 64mm wide by 749mm tall (29) / 75mm wide by 739mm tall (27.5+) COLOR Dark Gunmetal Grey
May 13, 2019 at 5:25May 13, 2019
Up for sale I have a Fox Step-Cast 32 for a 29er in Factory Orange. Travel is set at 100mm. has a Boost 15x110 kabolt axle. I used this for one season and it has been well taken care of. Steer tube cut to 192mm. Let me know if you have any questions.
Mar 23, 2019 at 5:21Mar 23, 2019
Up for sale I have my ultra endurance, mega marathon, all around bad ass pedal all day bike. This bike is in great shape with a build that caters to long distance rides in the backcountry. The fork and rear shock both lockout with press of a single button which makes this bike pedal super well. I am 6 feet tall and this bike fits me really well. Let me know if you have any questions about anything. Frame: Evil Following XL Gunmetal Finish Fork: RockShock RS-1 120mm of travel and full sprint lock out Rear Shock: Monarch XX with full sprint lock out Brakes:Sram/Avid XX master cylinders with an XX front Caliper and a Guide rear caliper. These brake levers are awesome and one of the best feeling Sram brakes ever made, Shifter: Sram XO Eagle (the X0 shifter makes the whole drivetrain shift so much better) Derailleur: Sram GX Eagle Handlebar: Truvativ Descendent DH bar Troy Lee Designs edition, 800mm wide. Even comes with a RockShock sticker kit for your fork to match the TLD finish. Stem: Spank Spike stem 50mm Grips: Sensus Lite in red/orange. Match the bars so well. Wheels:E Thirteen rear wheel with a custom built front wheel, Sram Predictive Steering Hub and WTB i35 rim so that you can run some super fat tires up front. Seatpost: Crank Brothers Highline 160mm dropper post.
Mar 19, 2019 at 20:13Mar 19, 2019
Up or sale I have my Pivot Mach 5.5 I love this bike, it is one of the best all around bikes i have ever owned. With the Float X2 upgrade this bike is amazing. The bike is in great condition. Chain and cassette have less than 100 miles on them. Most parts could pass for close to new. This is built with the Pro XT XTR build. I just had a new Maxxis Minion DHF Wide Trail put on the rear. Let me know if you have any questions. FRAME Mach 5.5 Carbon REAR SHOCK Fox Factory Float X2 FORK Fox Factory 36 27.5", 44mm offset, FIT4 - 160mm HEADSET Pivot Precision Sealed Cartridge REAR DER Shimano XTR GS 11-Speed SHIFTER Shimano XT M8000 11-Speed BRAKES Shimano XT M-8000 CRANKSET Race Face Aeffect 30t - 175mm HANDLEBAR Phoenix Team Carbon - 760mm GRIPS Phoenix Team Padloc - Red STEM Phoenix Team Enduro/Trail - 65mm SEATPOST Fox Transfer 150mm SADDLE Phoenix WTB Pro Vigo CASSETTE Shimano XT M-8000 11-46t WHEELS DT Swiss M1700 w/ DT Swiss 350 hub, 35mm - 27.5" TIRES Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5" x 2.6" TR, EXO Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 Wide Trail WT TR, EXO ROTOR Shimano XT RT81 CenterLock - 180mm CHAIN Shimano CN-HG700 11-Speed
Mar 19, 2019 at 19:55Mar 19, 2019
Selling a set of Jones grips that are unused still in the original packaging. Here is what Jones lists on their website; The new Jones Kraton H-Grips are durable, inexpensive, easy-to-install, and are made especially to fit the two widths of Jones H-bars! The synthetic rubber is very durable. Deep H-Bar patterning gives you a solid grip. 34mm diameter. Jones H-Grip expanding plugs included. Available in two colors, which have have different levels of firmness: Black feels like a standard comfortable grip. Clear is our soft compound for those who want maximum squish! Both levels of firmness are available in lengths to fit each of the two widths of H-Bars perfectly. The H-Grips for 710mm H-Bars are 205mm long, and the H-Grips for 660mm H-Bars are 165mm long. The grips can be used, and will work fine with the bar plugs that come in the H-Bars, but we wanted to include larger, more protective bar plugs with our grips, so that your grips won't get torn up as easily, and that's what these grips come with. Jeff also made sure the details are just so: the ends of the grips are beveled to meet the angle of the bar plug, so that the plug can protect the end of the grip better, which is really important when you're laying the bike down on its side. The bar plugs themselves have a captured nut in the wedge so that when you loosen the bolt to remove the grips, the nut stays in place and the plug comes right out! And now both the nut and the bolt that threads into it are stainless steel to resist rust! Approximate weights for 205mm grips for 710mm H-Bars, including plugs: Black Kraton: 10 oz Clear Kraton: 9 oz To sum up how to make sure you get the H-Grip of your dreams: if you want super soft grips, get the clear ones! If you want standard grips, get the black ones! Then just choose the width of you H-Bar with the color/firmness you've chosen!
Mar 19, 2019 at 19:38Mar 19, 2019
Up for sale I have an older set of Raceface Six C Carbon downhill bars. These measure 750mm with a 31.8 mm clamp diameter and have been cut for the WTB Padloc grips. These will still work with standard lock ons. I used a set of Race Face gripplers no problem. These are in good condition, however, they do have marks from having controls mounted. Let me know if you have any questions.
Mar 17, 2019 at 7:51Mar 17, 2019
Selling an almost new pair of Santa Cruz grips. Rode them twice and definitely not for me. They are purple, but Santa Cruz calls them Eggplant.
Mar 17, 2019 at 7:44Mar 17, 2019
This is a brand new never ridden Rock Shox Monarch RT3 rear shock. This came off of an Evil Following. The measurements are 184 X 44 mm or 7.25 X 1.75 in. Let me know if you have any questions.
Mar 8, 2019 at 7:02Mar 8, 2019
Up for sale I have a 2018 Surly ECR 27.5 + in a size small. This bike was built up for a ride/tour that never ended up happening so the bike has been ridden only on smaller shorter rides and is very low mileage. Frame and fork look brand new. I will also include the 2 Salsa anything cages. Let me know if you have any questions. Here is the parts spec; Frame and Fork: Surly ECR Handle Bar: Jones high rise bar Brakes: Shimano Deore, that rear brake has a Shimano XTR master Cylinder. The stock lever had to be replaced under warranty and this is what was available. Shifters: Sram GX 2X10 Deraileurs: Front Shimano XT Rear Sram X0 Crankset: Shimano XT Saddle: WTB Deva Wheels: WTB i35 rims laced up to a Surly Ultra New bolt on front hub, and a DT Swiss 240 12X142 rear hub. What makes this frame cool is that it can be used as either a 142 spaced frame or a boost 148 Tires: WTB Ranger 3.0
Jan 17, 2019 at 15:42Jan 17, 2019
Up for sale I have my bike packing, touring, gravel, and all around get around bike. This is a 58 cm frame. This bike is built-up with a 2x10 mountain bike drivetrain so that you can have a nice super low gear when you are loaded down. Also has some old-school Shimano 600 Friction shifters so that the bike is always shifting perfectly. There are plenty of rack mounts front and rear,, mounts for anything cages on the fork and room for three water bottles. I'll do my best to describe the build kit. Frame: Advocate Cycles Sand County 58cm Handlebars: Jones H-bar the wider version 710mm. I can also include the Jones bar bag made by revelate design. Stem: Zipp service course SL Brakes: Avid X0 hydraulic with 160mm rotors. Grips: ODI longnecks Wheels: Mavic Crossride Light. Tires: panaracer gravelking 700x43 currently setup tubeless Cranks: Sram X5 Derailleurs: Shimano Deore front and XT rear. Seatpost: Enve Carbon Saddle: Selle SMP Let me know if you have any questions about anything.