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Jun 6, 2019 at 10:02
Jun 6, 2019
Selling
Jun 6, 2019 at 10:02
Jun 6, 2019

SRAM / QUARQ SHOCKWIZ

$200 USD
Purchased new locally for $400, have original receipt and box. Used to tune 4 bikes, works perfectly.

cajohnst mikekazimer's article
May 1, 2018 at 8:00
May 1, 2018
Norco Sight C 9.2 – Review
@bainer66: I went with a large sight C9.2 I’ve had a couple medium mountain bikes over the years and they are playful and fun but always feel a little cramped for long rides. I really think I’m right in between sizes. The large sight feels pretty good with 50mm stem and super wide bars. But I haven’t had nearly as much Trail time as I’d like. Need to fix that!!
cajohnst mikekazimer's article
Feb 9, 2018 at 22:16
Feb 9, 2018
e*thirteen TRS Race SL Carbon Wheels - Review
Just scooped up a set from those guys for $1056. So many folks complain about the cost of carbon wheels, a set of Stans Flows on mediocre-at-best hubs is $700. Lifetime warranty on a carbon wheelset for just over $1000? I'm in! I wasn't totally clear what was covered by the warranty, contacted e*thirteen and they confirmed that it doesn't matter how you break it, they will replace it for life even if 100% your fault and not a "defect". Hope I never have to use it but nice to know you can bash through rock gardens at will, or at least just be worried about destroying an $80 tire.
Added 2 photos to Optic
Feb 5, 2018 at 17:12
Feb 5, 2018
Selling
Feb 5, 2018 at 17:10
Feb 5, 2018

Norco Optic C9.2 - Carbon - Medium

$2900 USD
Norco Optic C9.2, carbon frame, medium size. I bought this bike new and rode it for the 2017 season only. It's in excellent condition as it was one of two MTBs in the garage. This includes the stock XT drivetrain, but I ran some different components so many components have very few miles. Cassette, wheels, and chain have less than 50 miles. Fork was just serviced and travel increased to 130mm (stock is 120mm). I can include parts to convert back if you wish (or I can do it.) Has the new Fox 34, both fork and shock are Performance Elite trim and feel great. I can include some extra tokens if you want to tune the fork. Retail is $5200, yours for $2900. Will ship at your expense. Similar to a handful of other short-travel 29" trail bikes, including: Specialized Camber, Trek Fuel EX, Scott Genius 910, Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt, Transition, Smuggler, Giant Anthem SX

cajohnst vernonfelton's article
Jul 18, 2017 at 10:48
Jul 18, 2017
Guerrilla Gravity Debuts "Smash" 29er
@Endurahbrah: Brand new HD3 is in my bike stand! First 50 mile rip was stellar, no complaints climbing 8000ft with the stock 2.6" Nobby Nics.
cajohnst vernonfelton's article
Jul 17, 2017 at 16:38
Jul 17, 2017
Guerrilla Gravity Debuts "Smash" 29er
These bikes were getting a lot of love in my circle of friends until one broke a little outside the 1 year warranty. I think lifetime warranties are too much to ask but 1 year is not acceptable. Neither was the modest discount offered to buy a new frame to replace the one that broke through a weld and wasn't abused. Maybe this was a fluke? I hope one day we can get to 3-5 year transferable warranties. Boggles my mind that every time I sell a $5k bike I've ridden for 8 months that it has zero warranty.
cajohnst mikekazimer's article
May 23, 2017 at 16:31
May 23, 2017
Norco Sight C 9.2 – Review
I'm at 5'10 and 160lb with longer arms/legs. 2015 Large C7.2 felt good. Just test rode a new Medium Sight C9.2 and Large C9.3 and the medium felt pretty short, I think I gotta go large. It's a little confusing tho - I'm currently on a Medium Optic C9.2 and it feels OK but on the shorter side. And Bryn Atkinson has both a Medium and a Large Sight 29er and he hasn't decided whats best, he is 5'11". Wish we had a M/L size! It's also interesting the Reach and Top Tube are 10mm longer on the 29er, but stem lengths are adjusted to keep the actual reach to bars the same.
cajohnst mikekazimer's article
May 23, 2017 at 16:19
May 23, 2017
Norco Sight C 9.2 – Review
@jclnv: Do you have a source for this? or other bikes? I've been curious but haven't found that info published.
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