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Independent Fabrication Steel Deluxe - SS - L

$2000 USD
Doing the unthinkable and selling my Indyfab SS. Just haven't really found the time to ride it in the last 2 years. I'm 6 ft 1 inch with normal proportions and am the original owner. It has all the bells and whistles, down to the sterling silver head badge to the rocker dropouts, allowing you to run gears or ss, without the headaches associated with an EBB. This bike draws a lot of trail head compliments and rides rediculously well. No dents or dings, just normal scuffs. Wheels - Stan's Arch EX on DT 240 SS hubs, with ratchet upgrade. Chris King headset Chris King Cog Thompson elite seat post Rock Shox SID XX fork XT 785 cranks (175mm) XT 785 brakes (160 rotors) Specialized phenom saddle Spank Oozy bars Nobby Nic/Ikon tires We can swap out some tires, gears, bars, and stem to suit your needs.

Dec 17, 2018 at 19:13
Dec 17, 2018
carwash123 mikelevy's article
Dec 5, 2018 at 12:06
Dec 5, 2018
Field Test: Trek Remedy 9.9
Agreed, this is my favorite bike content on the internet at the moment. Nice job guys, you are talented writers.
carwash123 enduromtbtrainer's article
Sep 15, 2018 at 20:11
Sep 15, 2018
Video: 4 Exercises For Your Fall Routine - Enduro MTB Training
I did this year to help prepare for the BCBR. I didnt follow the riding routine, as I wanted something with some more volume geared toward XC/Endurance racing. I really like the strength and mobility exercises though. I've used other programs and have lifted most of my life. The emphasis on mobility/flexibility is really cool. It was my favorite program I have used to date.
carwash123 enduromtbtrainer's article
Sep 15, 2018 at 20:11
Sep 15, 2018
carwash123 BCBR's article
Jul 16, 2018 at 8:09
Jul 16, 2018
28 Bikes of BC Bike Race
I just completed the race on a 2018 Transition Scout (150 F/ 130 R), over built with TRP Quadium brakes, Bontrager XR4 Front/ DHF and DHR2 Rear (after puncturing the DHF). I'm a regular guy who had an absolute blast on the setup. Sure, a lighter bike with faster rolling tires would have made climbing a bit more enjoyable, but holy crap the downhills were fun. I ended up 148 overall with this setup. Even if riding on a rig referenced like the ones above shaved off 30 spots, who really cares??? I wouldn't have changed a thing, the downhills great knowing I could plow through anything I wanted.
carwash123 pinkbikeaudience's article
Jun 26, 2018 at 12:31
Jun 26, 2018
Ask Pinkbike: Coil Shocks on Trail Bikes, Changing Fork Travel, and Drivetrain Upgrades
I have the same bike, had the DPX2 send to Avalanche and it feels like a brand new bike. I didn't really love the small bump compliance on the stock tune. The difference was really amazing.
carwash123 mikekazimer's article
Nov 7, 2017 at 4:39
Nov 7, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 7 Long-Travel 29ers
Thanks for putting this together, lots of useful information here!
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