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Jun 18, 2019 at 8:10
Jun 18, 2019

Devinci Marshall dreamy build

$3500 USD
Up for sale: My lightly ridden 2018 Devinci Marshall 29. Size Large (original MSRP $4,299 + $1200 in add ons) Why are you selling it? I’ve come into some back issues requiring surgery of which are keeping me off the bike. I would rather sell my bikes than watch them sit and collect dust. Notes on condition/bike: Excellent/very little riding on this one. Most people look at it and say, “that a new bike?”…There are 2 superficial marks on the bike: 1 is in the downtube below the bottle cage, where I had a tube strapped and the other is a mark on the right seat stay. See pics. Onto the good stuff. This Marshall is a freaking beast because of the changes I've made to it. Pedals all day (it’s a Dave Weagle, split pivot design in the rear), crushes techy climbs like a goat, jumps like a dream, and super playful. You can even run 3.0 650 plus wheels/tires if you want to squeak out some more traction and comfort. Here's what I would say: If you're looking at the Evil Following MB or the Ripley LS, you should consider this bike. Why? Because Devinci built this bike to be a tank. It's more progressive than the Following, built heavier duty and arguably more durable than the Ripley and Devinci takes care of their customers. If you’ve considered a short travel shredder that can pedal all day yet crush the dh, you’re in the right place. Overview of the build: This bike started out life as an XT Carbon model but I immediately changed some things on it which not only improve the bike, but make it a bit more $$. Well worth it. Here is what I changed: *Replaced the original RF wheels immediately with a set of carbon wheels. They are 29mm internal width, Nextie Matte Carbon hoops, 28 spoke, laced up to Sram 900 hubs (light (combined are lighter than DT 350s), 52poe, and reliable. These hubs come on the $1900 Sram Roam 60 wheelset) *replaced the original Maxxis Ardent tires immediately with a DHR2, 2.4 in the front and an Aggressor 2.3 Double Down in the rear (huck Norris insert, in the rear). Plenty of tread life left and a good sign of how little riding is on this bike *Bumped the FOX 34, Performance Elite fork/fit 4 damper to 140mm (up from the original 130mm of which puts the head angle at 66.3 degrees, in the low setting or 66.7 in the high setting) *COMES WITH 2 REAR SHOCKS. Swapped the rear shock out, with a Fox Evol Performance with 57mm of stroke (this gives the rear end roughly 125mm of rear travel, tuned with a volume spacer that feels plush in the initial part of the stroke yet can handle a big hit/drop when it get's rough)*** will also include the original Rockshox monarch RT3 debonair (new) that has 52mm of stroke (gives the bike the original 110mm of rear travel). I rode it with the Monarch and its fast but a stiffer ride. The Fox gives it a bit more travel and smooths out the rough stuff. Basically with these two shocks and 2 wheels sizes you can switch between, you’ll have 2 bikes in 1. *Replaced the original Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125mm with a Fox Transfer, Performance 150mm post and paired it with a wolftooth dropper lever. Soooo nice. *Replaced Rear SLX shifter with an XTR shifter. Replaced slx 11/42 cassette with an 11-46t Sunrace Cassette The other features of this bike: Raceface Atlas 35mm alloy bar cut to 780mm paired to a RF Turbine Stem, 50mm. M7000 Brake set, 180 front 160 rear. Metallic pads for superb stopping power. Love Shimano brakes. Raceface Turbine 170mm crankset with a 30t direct mount chainring. M8000 rear D Stellar build. Pedals all-day, shreds the down and can handle about anything you can throw at it. This bike is a testament to the idea that geometry is everything. To me it's true, this bike rides like a much bigger bike but gives you the advantages of a shorter travel bike. This thing is a brawler. Truly, an amazing bike. I classify this as a luxurious build that is still practical. Some may call it smart. $3,500 I will ship but Local buyers wanted! Strong seller history on PB so buy with confidence.

cdubb30 Trestle's article
Jun 11, 2019 at 12:08
Jun 11, 2019
Video: Trestle Bike Park Opens June 15th
+1, while watching this video I thought to myself, "Congratulations Trestle, for making it look like you have the lamest bike park on the planet". Now there are some good trails there, but this video sure as heck doesn't show it.
cdubb30 Sensus's article
May 2, 2019 at 8:55
May 2, 2019
Apr 11, 2019 at 19:56
Apr 11, 2019

Brand new-- MX742 650b carbon rims 38mm

$217 USD
Up for sale, a brand new pair of MX742 Carbon Rims (Chinese carbon, like almost all carbon wheels). Original price was $200 a rim. These have been sitting so it's time to find a new home. Hookless, Tubeless, 38mm internal width (great for 2.4 - 2.6 tires!) These have a burly all-mountain layup and are 32 spoke. Proven PB seller here so buy with confidence. $220- PayPal, shipped

cdubb30 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 1, 2019 at 11:56
Apr 1, 2019
Tune Announces Botlopener [April Fools]
looks like PB is running out of content to share
Mar 6, 2019 at 12:52
Mar 6, 2019

Santa Cruz Nomad AL Frame - NEW-

$1560 USD
price dropped- let’s go Up for sale: A brand new, in box 2018 Santa Cruz Nomad AL Frame, Size Large. I bought this frame a couple months back and decided not to keep it. Retail is $1999. $1560 paypal, shipped to anywhere in the lower 48 states. I have a strong seller history on PB with no issues, buy with confidence. Specifications Color: Ink Frame/Material: Size Large, Boost Spacing rear end / Aluminum Alloy Frame Shock: RockShox Super Deluxe R Suspension System: VPPTM Front Derailleur: No compatibility Headset/Headtube: Integrated; IS41 upper, IS52 lower Seat Post: 31.6mm Seat Clamp: 36.4mm Eye to Eye length: 230mm Stroke: 60mm Fork Compatibility: 170-180mm BB Shell: Standard Max Tire Size: 2.5" Water Bottle Mounts: yes Shock Mounting Bolt Front: 8x20mm Shock Mounting Bolt Rear: 8x30mm (compatible with standard or Rockshox bearing eyelet)

cdubb30 mikelevy's article
Jan 31, 2019 at 6:14
Jan 31, 2019
Guerrilla Gravity's Less Expensive, US-Made Carbon Frame
@Boardlife69: I’m sure GG would agree with Rage on this. +1 man
Jan 28, 2019 at 18:58
Jan 28, 2019

G.G. Megatrail Frame

$1550 USD
Up for sale: The frame only. The picture of the complete is for reference, only. My very lightly used Guerilla Gravity Megatrail in size medium. The Medium is actually a size large for most other bike brands. For instance, if you fit a size large Santa Cruz, you appreciate the fit of this size medium. Condition: No dents or dings. Just some cable rub and a couple of light scratches. I’ve cleaned the frame and touched up any small scratches so you can see how good of condition it’s in. Frankly, If I didn't tell you about it, you probably wouldn't know. And when I say lightly used, I mean ridden about 10 times. If you're looking at this listing, you probably know what this bike is about. If not, here's a little info: This frame is a size medium with boost spacing in the rear. Which actually has very progressive geo. To start, it has a 76.9 degree seat angle with short chain stays, a long top tube (In the past I rode a size large Santa Cruz Hightower with a 50mm stem. I ride this size medium with a 40mm stem), short seat tube for those wanting long seatposts (I'm 5'9.75" and could run a 170 post if I wanted), a slack HA and adjustable settings. in the short setting, the bike has 150mm of rear travel which pedals great and pumps harder. In downhill/gravity mode, the rear is 165mm of bottomless travel. I had this bike setup with a 150/180mm dual position, lyric. Which at 180mm, put the front end at/around 64.5ha **Let me know if you have any questions Color is the custom LamborGG powdercoat, which came at an extra $200. $1550 for the frame including the cane creek forty head set, bottle cage and 2 springs for the super deluxe coil. Mounted is a 400lb spring. Will come with an additional 450lb spring.

Jan 7, 2019 at 19:18
Jan 7, 2019


cdubb30 GuerrillaGravity's article
Nov 5, 2018 at 9:32
Nov 5, 2018
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