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Mar 18, 2021 at 15:58Mar 18, 2021
Mar 18, 2021 at 15:57Mar 18, 2021
Specialized Demo 8 in good condition. This bike shreds; I'm selling because I haven't been shuttling much over the last few years. Similar to original spec from Specialized: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/demo-8-i/p/34958?color=80321-34958&searchText=9327-6101 RockShox Boxxer RC Fox Van RC coil shock Sram X9 10-speed drivetrain, pedals and shifts well. Maxxis Minions front and rear. Flat pedals not included. A few cosmetic scratches on the frame, fork, and top of the bars (see photos).
Mar 18, 2021 at 15:24Mar 18, 2021
Large 2016 Specialized Enduro Comp 29 in good working order. This bike's geo still feels fresh on the trail as its design was ahead of its time for 2016. Capable on the descents AND a peppy climber. Original spec on Specialized page: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/enduro-comp-29/p/106624?color=196694-106624&searchText=93616-5003 Fork: RockShox Pike RC 29 160mm Shock: FOX FLOAT Performance DPS Post: Command Post IRcc 125mm Drivetrain: Sram GX 11-speed Tires: Minion DHR II (front); Ardent EXO (rear) Tires set up tubeless with Stans sealant. Pros about this bike's condition: * drivetrain pedals and shifts well * freshly installed shift cable * suspension feels good and well damped * dropper post is properly pumped up and works well. This is of the generation of specialized posts that have three locking positions. * Wheels spin true with even spoke tension * brakes are well bled with decent amount of pad. Cons: * Cosmetic scrapes on the top of the frame (see the photo) from an unfortunate trunk rack interaction. * Typical paint scrapes on cranks. * Tire tread isn't in brand new shape, but tires have plenty of life left in them for trail riding.
deicha sarahmoore's article
Aug 3, 2020 at 11:43Aug 3, 2020
Field Test: 2021 Specialized Epic - The Lightest & Slackest
It's a mechanical rear lockout that is temporarily deactivated by an internal inertial switch when the rear wheel hits a bump. The slight delay between hitting the bump and the shock giving way makes it feel a bit harsh on descents. But the really cool thing about it is that the bike automatically firms up for the next smooth pedaling section.
deicha edspratt's article
May 29, 2020 at 8:08May 29, 2020
Video: The Evolution of Slopestyle - Nine Years of Red Bull Joyride Winning Runs
Crazy how each run's final, climactic trick is picked as next year's regular, mid-run trick, and done smoother to boot. The speed of progression in this sport from year to year is mind-blowing. I wonder if a similar, older sport such as gymnastics progresses this quickly.
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Sep 3, 2016 at 11:39Sep 3, 2016
Sep 3, 2016 at 11:35Sep 3, 2016
Selling this classic, beautiful hardtail. The Yeti ARC frame shines when bombing down smoothish singletrack--it has a great stability at medium and high speed. It also stands out on long climbs, kind of giving that 'dancing' feeling with out-of-the-saddle pedaling. I'm selling this bike because I sadly haven't ridden it often enough the last 8 years (since I switched to full-suspension) to justify the garage space it takes up. Bike is in mostly good shape. Frame paint has a bunch of chips and scratches from years of riding. The Rockshox Reba fork works fine for now, but needs basic service, as there's a slow oil seep coming out of the travel-adjust knob. The rear brake, a Magura Marta, requires a bleed; the lever comes back to the grip right now. Component check (most components are from 2007): Fork: 2007 Rockshox Reba; adjustable travel from 85-115mm; needs basic service. Front wheel: Mavic 717 Disc rim with Chris King QR hub. Rear wheel: Mavic 717 Disc rim with Shimano XT hub. Headset: Chris King Threadless, 2007. Stem: Thompson X4, 70mm (2007). Bar: Easton EC70, carbon (2011). Brakes (fr & r): Magura Marta. Rear needs a bleed. Plenty of pads left. Saddle: WTB. Cranks: 2002 Shimano XT Drivetrain: 2007 Shimano XT, 9-speed. I'm happy to answer any questions. Shipping is not included in price.
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Sep 3, 2016 at 11:14Sep 3, 2016
Sep 3, 2016 at 11:13Sep 3, 2016
This 42-tooth cassette is designed to retrofit a smaller Shimano 10-speed cassette; you typically remove one of the middle cogs, such as the 17-tooth. I installed this on my cassette and it turned out it hit the upper jockey wheel of my 2011 10-speed Shimano derailleur. Apparently this cog works fine with Shimano derailleurs made after 2012. So this is in perfect condition; there might be a smidge of chain grease on a few of the teeth.
Sep 3, 2016 at 11:01Sep 3, 2016
Selling this pair of Maxxis Minion DHF EXO (folding) 2.5 x 29 tires--$50 for the pair. Tires are near perfect condition, but with a bit of dust on them--I put them on my bike with Stan's sealant, test-rode them for a half-hour ride, and realized these are way too burly for the XC-type riding I'm doing. Oops! And don't get me wrong, their traction is amazing. I'm happy to sell each tire individually, too, for $30 a piece.