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Jul 4, 2018 at 16:49Jul 4, 2018
This is my son's bike and its in fantastic condition. He got this brand new for Christmas 2016 and he really has taken good care of it. We've now decided to sell as its starting to get a little small for him and he's ready for the next size up. It hasn't seen much use over the last 12 months as he also has a Bronson (which is also starting to get a little on the small side and therefor will also be going on here in the not so distant future). The Bronson see's most of the action these days. The bike is pretty much the original spec apart from ZEE brakes, Hussefelt stem, Raceface sixc bars and ODI grips. Scott spec'd the bike with Magic Mary's but for some reason that I don't know, it came with the Maxxis. I wasn't there when my wife picked it up so it wasn't questioned as to why the tire change. As you can probably see from the photos, it really is in great condition and everything works exactly as it should. It is a used bike so please expect to find the odd blemish here and there but there are no dings, dents or cracks anywhere. Both the tires and brake pads have loads of life left in them. The wheels have seen almost no action as he originally had it in the 26" configuration. The pedals you see in the photos do not come with the bike. I will include a pair of Shimano Saint pedals with the sale. I will also include a spare mech hanger, headset cups (to change the head angle) and 2 new sets of pads for the brakes. There's a 400lb spring fitted but I will also throw in the original 300lb spring. I still have the original bar and stem if the buyer would like me to change them back over. Pinkbike review: https://www.pinkbike.com/news/scott-voltage-fr-710-review-2015.html
Jun 23, 2018 at 21:09Jun 23, 2018
Brakes are new take off's from a 2018 NS Eccentric. Front hose: 805mm Rear hose: 1360mm 180mm rotors
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Jun 23, 2018 at 21:01Jun 23, 2018
Jun 14, 2018 at 19:06Jun 14, 2018
These have literally just been taken off my New 2018 NS Eccentric. The bike has not even been ridden yet so I would describe them as New and unused. Steerer length 7.5" Hub width 15x110mm 51mm offset 140mm travel 32mm stanchion Solo Air
Jan 14, 2018 at 12:30Jan 14, 2018
Reverb came with my new Hightower LT (Large) last September but was taken off soon after in replacement of a Fox Transfer, simply because it matched my 36's better. As a result, its still pretty much new with very little riding time on it. The post comes with the latest 1x remote which is night and day better than the previous style remote. I can include either the Sram bar mount or Sram matchmaker to pair with sram brakes....just let me know your preference. 150mm drop 440mm length 31.6mm dia 1310mm cable length I'll cover PayPal fee's, Buyer covers postage.
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Jan 14, 2018 at 12:07Jan 14, 2018
Nov 12, 2017 at 21:06Nov 12, 2017
Yeah I was really blown away with the 11.6 compared to any shock I've ever owned so getting the forks coiled by PUSH seemed like the right thing to do. The 11.6 runs silent so far.....I did research the shock extensively before I purchased and came across no mention of it ever being noisy. The weight penalty to adding coils to the bike is very noticeable, although I've read its not felt so much on the trails......suppose I'll find out in due course.
Nov 12, 2017 at 11:29Nov 12, 2017
@jake294: Nice one dude. Ive been looking at building up a P7 myself....such a great bike! Orange are not common bikes over here so are not that easy to come by but they will definitely turn a few heads on the trails.....which only makes me want one more lol. Look forward to seeing it when its built up. Lewis is doing ok.... Unfortunately he doesn't have like minded people his own age to ride with so he's only got me. He raced the Summit season in the summer and did ok. He doesn't practice enough in my opinion......he gets a little bored riding with adults all the time. His mum and I offered to get him an Evil Insurgent for xmas.....can you believe he turned it down haha!! Yeah, his riding and mojo have definitely been affected since moving here. Please pass on our regards to your bro, Ian and the rest of the Aston lot. We do miss riding with you lot at the weekends.
Nov 12, 2017 at 1:10Nov 12, 2017
Cheers Jake, its quite a beast for a 150mm trail bike....I think the PUSH upgrades might have something to do with that though. I'll have to settle for just looking at it for the time being.....it threw me over the bars on our second outing and broke a couple of my ribs. Maybe I'm overdue a skills course with Ian haha How's life with you?
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Nov 11, 2017 at 21:38Nov 11, 2017
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