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Feb 28, 2020 at 5:38
21 hours
Ran in Charlottesville. view ridelog run
Feb 18, 2020 at 14:17
Feb 18, 2020
Rode in Blue Ridge School. view ridelog
Feb 16, 2020 at 13:17
Feb 16, 2020
quotes Brs with friends
17.8 km - 03:01 - 2 achievements - 1 badges
Rode in National Forest Trails West of Harrisonburg. view ridelog
Feb 9, 2020 at 13:15
Feb 9, 2020
quotes Backcountry with dad and jack
38.5 km - 04:10 - 6 achievements - 1 badges
Rode in Observatory Hill. view ridelog
Jan 19, 2020 at 10:10
Jan 19, 2020
quotes Lunch Ride
3,539 m - 00:29 - 3 achievements
Dec 21, 2019 at 18:03
Dec 21, 2019
Added 11 photos to Buysell
Dec 14, 2019 at 14:53
Dec 14, 2019
Dec 14, 2019 at 14:28
Dec 14, 2019

Specialized Fuse 29 - Full Custom Build

$1800 USD
This bike was purchased in July 2019 at Blue Wheel Bicycles in Charlottesville, Virginia. It's in very good condition and all parts are in great shape. It's been professionally maintained by myself (I'm a mechanic at the shop where it was purchased). I bought this bike as a frame and built it up using my favorite components including a custom built super light wheelset. Despite the aluminum frame, this bike is light and very maneuverable. It climbs just like an xc bike and the descending feels similar to my Stumpjumper. It has excellent geometry for general trail riding and it's really great for XC if you ride aggressively. It does have a couple scratches on the seatstays and some paint is rubbed off on the upside of the downtube (from a loose water bottle), but I have it covered with a bit of electrical tape and it looks fine. The frame has adjustable dropouts so you can change the geometry or run single speed easily. This bike has been an excellent hardtail for me, even standing in for an enduro bike when I was between bikes. In the 6 months I've had this bike, I've: Podiumed in a 100 miler, won an enduro, and podiumed in 3 high school NICA races. This bike is super versatile. Only selling because I'm looking for a lighter xc specific bike for NICA and endurance races, as I already have an Enduro race bike so I don't really have a place for an aggressive hardtail in my quiver. Components: Frame: 2020 Specialized Fuse, Specialized M4 Premium Aluminum, 148mm thru-axle, adjustable dropout, SS compatible, tapered head tube, internal cable routing Headset: FSA Fork: 2015 Fox 32 Factory Fit CTD, 130mm travel, Kashima Coat Stem: Specialized Mountain, 45mm, 31.8 Handlebar: Bontrager Rhythm Pro, 31.8, 750mm, Carbon Grips: DMR Deathgrip, Thick, Soft, Black Brakes: Shimano XT Dual Piston Shifter: Sram GX Eagle Dropper Lever: Wolf Tooth ReMote Dropper Post: PNW Cascade, 30.9, 170mm, External (Frame can run internal, I just had this post already) Saddle: Specialized Power 142 Crankset: Sram GX Eagle DUB 170mm Chainring: Sram x-sync narrow-wide 32t Chain: Sram GX Eagle Derailleur: Sram GX Eagle Cassette: Sram XO1 Eagle Brake Rotors: Shimano XT IceTech 180/160 Rear Hub: Industry Nine Hydra Classic, 690 points of engagement, XD driver, Lime Green Rear Rim: Stan's NoTubes Arch MK3, 32 spoke Rear Spokes: DT Swiss Competition Double Butted J Bend Front Hub: Bontrager RXL (Rebranded DT Swiss 240) Front Rim: Stan's NoTubes Arch MKS, 28 spoke Front Spokes: DT Swiss Competition Double Butted Straight Pull Front/Rear Tire: Maxxis Ardent 2.4 MaxxTerra EXO Extras: Carbon Spacers, Pink Bontrager Bottle Cages PM Me for questions or interest!

Rode in Observatory Hill. view ridelog
Nov 27, 2019 at 8:11
Nov 27, 2019
quotes Quick o hill ride
8.7 km - 01:05 - 2 achievements
clindblomenduro nsbillet's article
Nov 20, 2019 at 16:06
Nov 20, 2019
Video: Success for Western Canada's U21 Development Squad At EWS Whistler
Most kids that are interested in racing enduro just try it and if they like it they stay there. This coming from my own experience as one of those kids.
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