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Sep 24, 2023 at 11:54
Sep 24, 2023

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo S-Works Custom Build

$5000 USD
Bike has never been ridden. New build. Everything is new on the bike except for a few items noted below. Same frame that Specialized is using on current models. Includes all the bits and pieces that came with the frame including the SWAT tool bag, water bladder, and chain guide. Also the tokens for the Fox 36. Set up as a 29er with NOBL carbon wheels. - S-Works Gloss Smoke/Carbon/Black frame, S3. Super cool visible carbon layup. Fox Float X shock. - 2023 Fox 36 Factory Grip 2. Cut a little long so the new owner can decide on the final length. - Shimano XT drive train. Derailleur and cassette are slightly used. Crank, 32 tooth sprocket, bottom bracket, chain brand new. - Shimano XT Brakes w/ 203 and 180 rotors - NOBL TR 37 carbon 29" wheelset - Maxxis Minion Dhr II 29" Tire 29X2.4", 3C Maxx Terra, EXO+, Wide Trail - Maxxis Minion DHF 29" Tire 29X2.5", 3C Maxx Grip, EXO, Wide Trail - PNW Loam dropper, 34.5 x 150 - Wolf Tooth dropper remote - One Up carbon bars cut to 150mm - Race Face Turbine R stem 50mm - Ergon SM3 Saddle - Ergon GA2 grips - lightly used

Jan 23, 2022 at 15:00
Jan 23, 2022

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Expert S3

$5800 USD
Specialized Stumpjumper Evo. Expert build. S3 size. Satin cast battleship/ Gloss cast battleship/ black. Shipping is included in the price. This bike is in like new condition. It has one ride and about 8 miles on it. I got covid crazy and ordered too many bikes when none were available. Now it's time to pay the bills and the stumpy has to go. Clear frame tape installed and AMS frame saver in a few places. Same build as on the Specialized website: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/stumpjumper-evo-expert/p/199751?color=320281-199751

Sep 12, 2021 at 10:02
Sep 12, 2021

Norco Sight C2

$5100 USD
2021 Norco Sight C2. Size medium. Build specs are same as on Norco website, except it includes a Wolf Tooth dropper lever that I added. Ridden a couple times. Swapped a few parts before riding and swapped them back now, so the crankset, bottom bracket, wheels and tires are in unused condition. Front tire is still set up with a tube as that’s how it came when I bought it. Bars are cut to 150mm and there is a scratch on them as shown in a pic. Shipping in the US included.

Jul 6, 2021 at 21:40
Jul 6, 2021

Ibis Ripmo 2

$5200 USD
bis Ripmo 2 SLX build. Medium. Star destroyer gray. DVO suspension. Only ridden a few times. No damage or scrapes or scratches. Includes Ride Wrap frame protection. The following parts were swapped out before being ridden. They are back on the bike and in unused condition. Wheels, tires, brakes and rotors, handle bars, grips, entire drive train, shifter, derailleur, stem. Includes a Loam dropper lever. Frame: Ripmo V2 Carbon Shock: DVO Topaz T3 Suspension: DW-link Rear Travel: 147mm Fork: DVO Onyx SC Fork Travel: 160mm Headset: Cane Creek 40 ZS44/ZS56 Brakes: Shimano SLX M7120 4-piston, SM-RT66 203/180mm rotors (NEW) Shifters: Shimano SLX M7100 (NEW) Crank: Shimano SLX M7120 30T (NEW) Cassette: Shimano SLX 10-51T (NEW) Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX M7100 (NEW) Chain: Shimano SLX M7100 Wheelset: Ibis S35 Aluminum w/ Ibis Logo hubs (NEW) Tires: Maxxis Assegai EXO WT 2.5” (NEW) Handlebar: Ibis Aluminum 780mm (NEW) Grips: Lizard Skins Charger (NEW) Stem: Ibis 31.8mm (NEW) Seatpost: KS Integra Saddle: WTB Silverado 142 I am willing to consider trades for Specialized Enduro S2 or a Transition Patrol 2020 carbon medium with coil.

deserat danielsapp's article
Feb 3, 2021 at 8:02
Feb 3, 2021
Good Month / Bad Month: Hucks to Flat, Photo of the Year, Team Signings & Delays
Called global warming. You'll be really excited when your trails are on fire this summer.
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Jan 22, 2021 at 10:13
Jan 22, 2021
Jan 22, 2021 at 10:10
Jan 22, 2021

Santa Cruz Bronson CC

$3000 USD
2020 Santa Cruz Bronson CC frame, size medium, in excellent condition, with Fox 36 Grip 2 fork 160mm. Frame currently has Fox DPX2 tuned by Avalanche for a 160 lb all mountain rider. DPX2 has RWS needle bearings at both ends. Also included is the original Rock Shox Super Deluxe w/ an added Meg Neg and factory tune. Fox 36 is standard offset, at 160mm, and includes a 170mm air spring for you to have if you'd like. The frame is in really great condition with only minor wear marks that are difficult to even pick up with the camera. Frame was covered in race tape since new. One thing to note is some cable rub on the head badge. I think this is from the bike being on the tailgate pad for a drive that led to the cables being blown up against the badge. Fork has a couple marks on it, depicted in pics. Stanchions are in perfect condition. To summarize, included in sale are Bronson frame, Fox 36 fork, DPX2 on frame, original RS Super Deluxe w/ meg neg, head set, front and rear axles, 170mm air spring for fork. NOT included: dropper post or stem. Though if interested, I could also sell the dropper and stem. Also have available for additional purchase, a hand built Ibis 741 27.5 wheelset w/ Industry Nine classic hubs. I'm happy to answer any questions or provide additional pics. Terms of sale: payment through Paypal, I'll eat the paypal fees. Buyer is to pay shipping costs. Easiest way to do this is for me to package the items and let you know the dimensions and weight. You then pick the shipper or your choice, pay for a shipping label, and send me the .pdf of the label. I'll stick it on the box and get it headed your way.

deserat pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jan 18, 2021 at 20:43
Jan 18, 2021
deserat jamessmurthwaite's article
Jan 18, 2021 at 8:56
Jan 18, 2021
Opinion: How True is the 'Dudes Who Shred' vs 'YouTubers' Meme?
I think the most frustrating thing about youtube mtb content is just how many channels there are of people who don't really know what they're talking about. The reality is they don't have the skill and experience to tell someone how to properly ride a bike. But for some reason they think they need to be on the internet doing how to videos and bike reviews. Some people need attention and need to the the one looked up to, I guess. But seriously, how many videos do we need of another mediocre mountain biker POV his ride down a trail talking about a bike and how it compares to his 2014 stumpjumper. And he brought along his even less skilled girlfriend. Other really skilled riders just want to ride their bikes, with their friends, and have a good time without feeling the need to f*ckin document everything on the internet. That should be okay.
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