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Oct 5, 2019 at 15:00Oct 5, 2019
Oct 5, 2019 at 14:59Oct 5, 2019
EVOC soft sided bike shipping bag, in blue. These have become the sort of industry standard for bike shipping, and for good reason. You can pretty mindlessly pack up your bike in safe way for most any journey, and wide stance of the roller wheels makes getting around with it surprisingly stable. They're really well built, and unlike hard sided cases, you can pack it down when not in use, and the EVOC is light enough that it doesn't automatically hit the overweight penalty when you fly with your bike... This bag is well used, as it's been a lot of places--there are some stains on the outside, and some scuffing. That said, it's absolutely ready for more adventures. If the cosmetic stuff really bothers you, you should probably go ahead drop $450 to 800 for a new one... or, you could buy mine for less than half price
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Sep 28, 2019 at 13:55Sep 28, 2019
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This is a 2017 Specialized Camber with 27.5 wheels, size extra small, 130mm travel front and rear, in black. Frame has great neutral geometry (68.5 headangle, short chainstays), and internal routing for the shifter and dropper post. Rear shock is a 2017 Fox Float with 3 compression settings (huge upgrade over the stock X-fusion). Fork is a Rockshox Sector RL. Drivetrain is Sram GX 1 x 10, and the 11-42 cassette and 28t chainring give it low enough gearing for rowdy trails. NX crank is 165mm (props to Specialized for making this the right size on an XS frame), brakes are Tektro Gemini SL (180 front rotor, 160 rear). Wheels are Rovals, nice and wide, converted to tubeless with a Continental Der Kaiser 2.4 on the front and a Michelin Wild Grip'r 2.3 (new) on the back. Cockpit is stock aluminum stuff, but the stem is nice and appropriately short (40 mm). Pedals can be Shimano M520 or Crank Bros Eggbeaters, buyers choice. Original X-fusion rear shock is also included. The previous owner of this bike was a new rider, and it's got plenty of scratches from that experience. I've touched them up, but you'll see them if you look closely. That said, everything on the bike works great, and the rear shock and tubeless tires I added are huge upgrades. This capable little bike is absolutely ready for a shorter rider to have a great time!
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Sep 9, 2019 at 17:29Sep 9, 2019
This is a Enve seatpost in 30.9mm with muted black decals and 25mm layback. 400mm length. Very light, and really nice construction (super clean interior--one of the best looking lay ups I've seen). This post is used, and has some of the usual marks from insertion near the bottom. There's a small mark in the finish near the clamp, and there's a spot where the post was clamped where there's a crack in the paint (visible in the pic). I can confirm that it is NOT a crack in the fiber of the post, only the finish, but there it is, and that's why it's cheap: $60 plus shipping (these run $275 new...)
Sep 9, 2019 at 17:23Sep 9, 2019
400 lb PUSH coil spring for an 11-6, 65mm of travel. Excellent shape.
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Aug 15, 2019 at 21:59Aug 15, 2019
First Ride: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
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Cotic BFe 26 frame, size medium (17" center to top, 23.5" effective top tube, really short chainstays) in what I'd call Pea Green. Frame is Reynolds 853 main tubes, butted stays--a nice mix of burl, compliance and decent weight. The headtube is a 44mm, so you can run a tapered or straight steerer tube. Parts: Marzocchi 66 SL ATA fork (20mm thru axle) Nukeproof headset Atomlab wheelset (super burly--possibly invincible) Drivetrain is 1 x 10, mix of Sram X0 and Shimano XT Brakes are generic Shimano hydraulics Chromag saddle and stem (50mm), Thomson post, Salsa collar Joystick carbon bar cut to 760mm XT chain and lock on grips are new This is a versatile, fun, rowdy steel hardtail with nice parts. It could also be put into service as a DJ bike for the right rider. I built it as an experiment, but unfortunately it's just too small for me. I'd also be open to selling the frame, fork, headset and wheels.