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Sep 30, 2016
Sep 30, 2016 at 13:01
Sep 30, 2016

Yeti SB6c XO1 build medium

$3800 USD
My Yeti SB6 is up for grabs. I purchased it brand new in March 2016. It is the stock XO1 build for 2016, size medium. The only changes are the grips, tires, and cutting the bars from 800mm down to 780mm. I just updated the ad with detailed photos of the bike that were taken on 2/12/17. I will not be riding the bike until it sells, so this is the condition you can expect to receive the bike in. All the parts are mechanically sound and functioning properly. There is normal wear and tear from one season of riding but overall this bike is in great condition. All damage is purely cosmetic and can be seen somewhere in these photos. There is no structural damage to the frame or any of the components. The bottom bracket area has a scrape from a rock, as well as a small crack in the paint near the ISCG tab. I had my Yeti dealer inspect the whole frame and they verified this is only a paint crack. The damage you see on the down tube is only the plastic protective film. The frame itself is in great shape in this area with only minor scuffing. It looks bad because anytime the protective film was scraped I simply layered over the top of it with more film. Same goes for the bottom bracket area, it's covered by multiple pieces of clear protective film that has become dirty. Looks bad, but frame is in good shape underneath the protective film other than the visible scrape. I'll probably remove the protective film all together and take updated photos. I'm selling this bike because I bought a lighter duty trail bike, a Hightower, and cannot keep both bikes. I have loved this SB6 and the ride quality is second to none. I'm open to reasonable offers. Buyer pays shipping. Rear Shock: FOX Float X Factory DPS Rear Travel: 152 mm Fork: FOX 36 Float Factory FIT4 Front Travel: 160 mm Headset: 44 x 56 mm Cane Creek 40 series Shifters: SRAM X01 Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 ISCG Tabs: ISCG 05 Crankset: 30 t Race Face Turbine Bottom Bracket: Race Face Cinch PressFit 92 Cassette: 10 - 42 t SRAM XG 1180 Chain: SRAM PC 1130 Brakeset: SRAM Guide RSC Rotors: 180 / 180 mm SRAM Centerline Handlebar: Easton Havoc 35 Handlebar Width: 780 mm Grips: Ergon GE1 Stem: Easton Havoc 35 Stem Length: 50 mm Saddle: WTB Yeti Seatpost: RockShox Reverb 30.9 x 125mm drop Wheelset: [rims] DT Swiss EX471 Hubs: DT Swiss 350 Front Axle: 15 x 100mm Rear Axle: 12 x 148mm Boost Tires: Front: Minion DHF WT 2.5 Rear: Minion SS 2.35 Weight: 28.7 lbs

brockley jeremyhottingerf's article
Jul 19, 2016 at 7:48
Jul 19, 2016
Utah Style - Video
Great riding Jeremy! Great filming Rob!
brockley jeremyhottingerf's video
Jul 15, 2016 at 6:01
Jul 15, 2016
Great vid, sick music and even sicker riding! Nice one Jeremy and production crew.

Added 17 photos to BuySell
Mar 9, 2016 at 15:03
Mar 9, 2016
Mar 9, 2016 at 14:58
Mar 9, 2016

Norco Range Carbon custom build

$2950 USD
2015 Norco Range carbon with a custom build kit up for grabs. Brand new Stan's Flow EX wheels, brand new SRAM Guide RSC brakes. Suspension and dropper recently serviced. ENVE bars and stem. No problems at all other than some minor cosmetic scuffs and a few scratches. Frame is in great shape as you can see in the pictures This bike absolutely rips aggressive terrain yet climbs very well. It has a very playful feel. $100 flat rate for shipping. Bryn Atkinsons shreds on this bike: Specs: FRAME 2015 Range carbon 160 mm travel FORK Rockshox Pike Solo Air RC 160 mm REAR SHOCK Rockshox Monarch Plus RC3 TIRES Front Maxxis Higher Roller 2 Rear WTB TrailBoss TCS Tough WHEELS Stan's ZTR Flow EX with Neo OS hubs (newest version) SHIFTER SRAM XO1 REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM XO1 CASSETTE SRAM GX XG-1150 CRANKSET SRAM X1 X-Sync hollow forged crank 32t chainring BOTTOM BRACKET SRAM PF92 PEDALS Shimano XT Trail M8020 CHAIN Sram PC X1 11-speed chain SEAT POST Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125mm drop SADDLE WTB Volt Race steel rails HEADSET Cane Creek 40 series tapered integrated STEM ENVE Mountain stem 55mm HANDLEBAR ENVE DH bar 800mm uncut GRIPS Troy Lee Designs ODI lock-on BRAKES SRAM Guide RSC 180mm rotors

brockley scottsecco's article
Feb 1, 2016 at 8:07
Feb 1, 2016
In Memoriam: Kelly McGarry
He used to come ride our local jumps and trails in Salt Lake when he was in the states, had the pleasure of a few short sessions with him. I always looked up to him, one of my favorite riders. Blew my mind watching his 2013 Rampage run. RIP Kelly and shred on. Can't believe it
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Jan 15, 2016 at 8:05
Jan 15, 2016

brockley mikekazimer's article
Dec 10, 2015 at 16:46
Dec 10, 2015
SRAM GX Drivetrain - Review
I've ridden both the Shimano XT M8000 1x11 group and multiple different SRAM 1x11 drivetrains (XX1, XO1, GX). SRAM is more impressive across the board. The primary issue with Shimano is that the fat teeth on the chainring still drop chain sometimes. I've NEVER dropped a chain with the narrow-wide profile of the SRAM chainrings whereas it happened several times with the Shimano "fat tooth" chainring in only a few rides.
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