Added 9 photos to Rims
Apr 11, 2018 at 19:11Apr 11, 2018
Apr 11, 2018 at 18:30Apr 11, 2018
These were on a 2017 Transition that I recently purchased. Haven't ridden them, but from what I've read about them they are DH worthy and fairly light for how tough they are. Both were dead true when they were mounted. The rear rim has one superficial gouge and one small ding in the sidewall (see photos). Neither appear to have affected the overall shape of the rim. Both rims have some slight scrapes and scuffs, see photos. Buyer pays shipping (~$25).
Added 7 photos to Nomad
Apr 1, 2018 at 14:24Apr 1, 2018
Apr 1, 2018 at 14:19Apr 1, 2018
This is a 2010 aluminum Nomad The fork is a Fox Talas 36 (160mm) that was rebuilt and upgraded in 2015 with the 2015 Talas spring which really improved small bump sensitivity and reduced stiction. The rear shock (a Fox DHX 5.0) was also rebuilt in 2015 and upgraded with a Vorsprung Corsette air can which really improved the mid travel support that the Nomads can lack. I added a new set of wheels, new brake set, new drivetrain, and a dropper post in mid 2016. This is set up as a 1x10 with a Wolftooth 42-tooth cassette ring. Total bike weight is 30.5 pounds. I didn't get to ride it much in 2017 due to a foot injury so most of the new parts are still in great condition. Other Parts: Alex Volar 2.5 rims with Chosen hubs - true and round Easton Havoc Carbon handlebar 750mm Easton Havoc stem Avid Elixir 9 Carbon brakes Kindshock Lev 150mm dropper seat post with Southpaw remote FSA Gavity Lite cranks with Race Face narrow-wide chainring Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.3 rear tire - tubeless Schwalbe Magic Marry 2.3 from tire - tubeless Sram x-9 shifter and derailleur There are two small dents in the downtube and chainstay (see photos). These are basically cosmetic. The dropper post could use a seal rebuild (about $80 service from Kindshock or your local bike shop) - plenty functional but has slight (0.5 inch) squish when you sit on it. Buyer pays shipping.