Nov 22, 2016 at 7:22Nov 22, 2016
Price is posted. Pick up for £50 in Chepstow, Wales. 26" wheel, tapered 203mm length steerer, Rockshox Revelations. 140mm travel, 15mm bolt thru maxle. The lock out and rebound adjust work as they should. Could do with a service, but the seals are still fine if you just want to throw them on. A few marks, some to the outers (aesthetic only) and a small scratch on the top of the left hand stanchion (see pics). This is right at the top and is very shallow so is no problem for the seals. Cable rub on the crown (see pics). I've moved to 650b so these are no longer needed. Worked fine when last used. Any questions, please ask.
Nov 22, 2016 at 4:26Nov 22, 2016
Price is posted. 200x57 eye to eye Fox CTD Kashima rear shock. Came off a Saracen Ariel 15x. Only issue is the rebound dial, functions as it should (you still get slow/fast rebound) but doesn't feel great. All the other dials function as they should. New seals just before it came off the bike. No scratches on the canister or the shaft body. Bushes are fine, 8mm ID and 22mm width. Missing dust cap. Any questions, please ask. Jon
Oct 26, 2016 at 4:53Oct 26, 2016
FREE!! (Small Catch, read on) Ignore the price, Pinkbike needed a number >0. Saracen Ariel 2014 650B XL frame. Black, well used but in pretty good nick, no dents, and rides well, when it works. I bought it second hand as a full bike, got it home and found the main pivot bearing had seized, causing the aluminium threaded section in the carbon swing arm to de-bond, allowing the ali to spin in the carbon instead of the pivot moving around the bearing. I used epoxy resin to repair it as best I could, and seems to do the job for a few rides, but then stripping and re-applying the resin every now and then is required. I replaced the main pivot bearing and all the norglide bushings as well, but there is a small amount of play still (very minimal-possibly the shock, not included). After talking to Saracen, they said they'd sell me a swing-arm at cost price (£400) but I now have a Rocket so I don't need to buy a swing-arm for this. So you can either rock the frame as is and just epoxy the main pivot every now and then (accepting all responsibility for it of course!), or spend £400 on a swing-arm and have a great bike. It honestly rides really well, pedals up things fine too. It will not come with a shock (you'll need a 200x57) but it does come with new headset bearings (fitted), and a spare pack of norglide bushings. The bearings/bushings in the bike at the moment have seen one ride, so should be fine for many more rides. Takes a 30.9mm seatpost, and that can be stealth routed. There is a front mech position, but no cable routing on the bottom for a 2x, so it's 1x only. I'll put pictures up tonight. Shipping can be arranged, but UK only.
Oct 22, 2016 at 12:34Oct 22, 2016
Thomson seat clamp, as new condition, black, 34.9mm. Comes with the little bag they normally come in. Price is posted.
Apr 1, 2016 at 10:38Apr 1, 2016
Good condition Thomson 90mm stem, 31.8mm clamp size, 1.18th steerer clamp. slight rubbing on the bar clamp face, slight scuff on top steerer clamp (see pics). Price is posted. UK only.
Apr 1, 2016 at 10:35Apr 1, 2016
Hope 50mm length Freeride stem in black. 1.1/8th steerer, 31.8mm bar clamp size. Good condition. Bolts are a little patina'd, small scuff on the back, bottom steerer pinch clamp (can't be seen atall when on bike). UK post only. Price is posted. I WILL NOT POST OUTSIDE OF THE UK
Feb 20, 2016 at 13:39Feb 20, 2016
Price is posted. On my road bike for a little while, I got bought King headset for my birthday so this has been removed. Bearings are silky smooth, on the bike for 6 months. Includes top cap, but no star nut or head doctor. No cable rub marks. All seals, crown race etc all there. Any questions please ask.
Feb 20, 2016 at 13:31Feb 20, 2016
Price is posted for the pair. Good condition, still work very well. I've been using these on my commuter for a while, but I've swapped to drop bars so these are no longer needed. Still a fair bit of pad life left too. Includes rotors which are straight. Any questions please ask. Pics to follow.
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