Mar 3, 2019 at 11:51Mar 3, 2019
This is a one owner bike in great shape, only minor cosmetic scratches from typical use. Bike probably only has a few hundred miles on it as I have split my time more between mtb and moto in the last couple years. Originally bought the alloy patrol in 2016, then upgraded to carbon frame in 2017 and swapped over the parts. I am a former shop mechanic and meticulously maintain my bikes. This bike has been thoroughly cleaned after every ride, oil recently changed in fork and new frame linkage bearings installed with only one ride on them. Only real blemish of note is a chip in the paint on the bottom of the downtube which can be seen in the photos. Details on build below. -2016 Patrol Carbon Frame (fresh bearings) -Easton AR30 rims, Hope Pro 4 rear hub -RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair Rear Shock -RochShox Pike RCT3 fork -Sram GX drivetrain -Raceface Cinch crankset -Raceface Atlas 35mm bars (800mm width) -Shimano Zee Brakes with Shimano 180mm rotors front and rear -KS Lev Integra 150mm dropper post with Southpaw remote -Maxxis DHRII 2.3 rear and DHF2.5 WT front tires - set up tubeless -ESI extra chuncky grips (brand new) -Mucky Nutz front fender -MRP AMG chainguide Willing to ship at buyer's expense Will accept paypal - buyer pays fees $2700
Oct 25, 2018 at 15:21Oct 25, 2018
RockShox - Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest 2018
1. Genon 2. Storch 3. Sorge
Jun 8, 2017 at 11:27Jun 8, 2017
Pivot - UCI World Cup DH Fantasy Contest - Rd 3, Leogang 2017
Men: 1. Gwin 2. Minaar 3. Gutierrez Women 1. Hannah 2. Seagrave 3. Carpenter
Apr 20, 2017 at 13:46Apr 20, 2017
Looking at possibly selling my 2016 Transition Patrol frame and shock. I bought the complete bike about a year ago and have put less than 500 miles of riding on it so it is nearly brand new. Only reason for selling is I am interested in upgrading to the carbon version - this has been the best/most fun trail bike I have ever owned (Pinkbike bike of the year last year). I have added a custon kydex downtub protector and a bit of padding around the rear triangle to reduce chain slap. I could possibly include parts from the current pictured build or sell as a complete bike at the right price, but would prefer a frame only sale at the moment. $1500 obo, buyer pays shipping and/or paypal fees
Sep 9, 2016 at 17:17Sep 9, 2016
Pivot - UCI World Champs DH - Val di Sole Fantasy Contest
Men: 1. Danny Hart 2. Aaron Gwin 3. Loic Bruni Women: 1. Rachel Atherton 2. Manon Carpenter 3. Tracey Hannah
Aug 17, 2016 at 16:18Aug 17, 2016
Up for sale is my 2014 GT Fury World Cup. This bike has served me quite well, if you have read the reviews you know this is one of the most capable dh bikes available. Only selling because I have had a season ending injury and would like to start fresh with a new bike next season. It is used and shows cosmetic signs of use but everything is in perfect working condition. Owned by a former shop mechanic and has been meticulously maintained throughout its entire lifetime. Cleaned and lubed after every use, fork oil regularly changed, shock rebuilt by Fox (only 4 weekends of riding since), and bolts checked and torqued to spec. I will completely tear down and clean/grease/adjust everything before shipping so that you are sure to get a 100% ride ready bike. Everything is stock except for the following upgrades: -Wheels rebuilt with Derby DH rims and DT Swiss straight gauge spokes (bombproof wheelset, have stayed 100% true since the day they were built) -Brakes switched out with Zee levers (helps reduce inconsistent bite point issue common with saints) -ESI extra chunky grips -Maxxis minion dhf tires set up tubeless (will include an extra used tire, still with ~50% life left) -Rear derailleur switched out for Zee (cheaper to replace when you inevitably smack it on a rock) -Pedals not included Most notable cosmetic defects include: -Scratch/very slight dent in the right chainstay -Small scratch on upper part of left fork stanchion -Two scrapes on the left part of fork lowers -Yellow paint on inner part of frame around shock appears to have had a defect, black paint underneath is fine -Minor scratches throughout frame/components, most of frame is covered with clear protective tape to minimize this Again, these are all 100% cosmetic and do not affect performance in any way, most happened my first season when I was just starting out in downhill and the bike has performed flawlessly since. I can provide additional pictures of anything upon request.
Aug 4, 2016 at 17:37Aug 4, 2016
Devinci Cycles - UCI World Cup DH - Mont Sainte Anne Fantasy Contest
Men 1. Gwin 2. Minaar 3. Hart Women 1. Atherton 2. Seagate 3. Carpenter
Mar 3, 2016 at 16:39Mar 3, 2016
Fox DHX RC4 8.5x2.5. Lightly used, came off my Ibis Mojo HDR. Have 3 spring options: -With 350lb or 450lb Fox steel steel spring: $250 -With 450lb RCS titanium spring: $400
Mar 3, 2016 at 16:31Mar 3, 2016
Rockshox Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air 170mm with 20mm axle. Lightly used, I did a complete rebuild once just for fun so its in great shape. There are a few very minor scratches on one of the stanchions but they do not affect the fork's performance in any way. Will ship at buyers expense.
Oct 1, 2015 at 18:45Oct 1, 2015
HISTORY: I bought the frame/shock about a year and a half ago and built them up with the parts below. I currently have the frame built up in the 26"/160mm travel mode but it can be converted to 650b with a different shock and mounting hardware. This is a fantastic bike, it pedals ridiculously well for a 160mm bike (read the reviews this is probably one of the best pedaling 160mm bikes you can buy), It can more than hold it's own on the downs and is nice and playful on the jumps. I love this bike but it feels a bit small on me (6'-6" tall with a 6'-9" wingspan). If not for that I would definitely be keeping it. I am a former shop mechanic and pretty thorough when taking care of my bikes. This bike has been cleaned after pretty much every ride and is in great working condition. I would like to say it has been ridden regularly but between work, injury and having several bikes this bike has probably seen only 2-3 rides a month on average. The frame is in pretty much mint condition, a few very minor scratches here or there but it looks just about brand new. I used clear protective tape to prevent damage/cable rub. Did a full rebuild on the fork last winter (although it didn't really need it I just felt like doing it) and there are a couple very small hardly noticeable scratches on the stanchions but they don't affect performance whatsoever. The derailleur isn't clutch but I've never dropped a chain in the year I've been running this setup. I'll throw in the pedals (Spank Spike) if desired but I haven't been very impressed with their reliability. Let me know if you've got any questions! SPECS: Fork: Rockshox Lyrik RC2DH Solo Air 170mm Rear Shock: Fox DHX RC4 Kashima w/ TI spring Chain: Sram X0 Crank: Sram XX1 Rear Derailleur: Sram XO short cage (no clutch) Shifters: Sram XX Cassette: Sram XO Rims: Stans Flow EX (26") Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF (front), Maxxis Hight Roller II (rear), both set up tubeless Hubs: Hope Pro II Evo Spokes: DT Swiss Competition Brakes: Shimano XT M-785, 180mm rotors Handlebar: Truvative Boobar 780mm Stem: Truvative Holzfeller 60mm Grips: Lizard Skins Peaty Saddle: Charge Spoon Seat Post: Rockshox Reverb 125mm drop.