Added 11 photos to Yeti-ARC
Dec 10, 2017 at 15:32Dec 10, 2017
Dec 10, 2017 at 15:20Dec 10, 2017
2014 Yeti ARC carbon in great condition. Turquoise medium with a Thomson Elite covert dropper! (Dropper had a factory service this past spring). Raceface dropper lever installed (instant response on dropping the saddle). Hope XC Tech wheel set with barely used Vittoria Tires (tubeless) Shimano XT M8000 1x11 drivetrain and brakes (Recently bled and new front rotor/metallic brake pads) Easton Haven carbon bars and Thomson stem (100mm) Fox 32 fork service last winter with 2016 FOX FIT4 damper installed by Roseville Cyclery. **Pedals not included** This bike loves to go fast and is super stiff out of the saddle. I have barely ridden it this past year and hope to find a new home for it. Send me a message if you are interested.
Oct 30, 2017 at 15:42Oct 30, 2017
I am looking for a slightly used, but well taken care of Transition Transam 27.5 Large frame for a build. Please let me know if you have one that you want to unload. Thank you. Year: 2014-2016 Color: don't care
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Jul 21, 2017 at 21:33Jul 21, 2017
Added 22 photos to Yeti-ASR5C
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Dec 27, 2015 at 18:49Dec 27, 2015
I am looking to sell a well loved and maintained speed demon otherwise known as the Yeti ASR 5 Carbon. Purchased back in 2011 from Auburn Bike Works (R.I.P.) and now maintained by Kinetic Cycles and Roseville Cyclery. As stated above, the bike has a full XTR build, including XTR trail brakes with new non-metallic pads(new XT 160/180mm rotors), 2x10 drive drain, and XTR race pedals This past summer I replaced the 28T front cog in addition to a new XTR Chain. I have been running an original gravity dropper that has worked flawlessly and will include the original Thompson seatpost as well. I changed to a wider Easton Haven 780mm carbon fiber handlebar with a 70mm Thompson stem as well. The headset is a Chris King in black. The hubs are DT Swiss 240/DT Swiss rims with a brand new Specialized Slaughter tire in the rear with a Schwalbe Hans Dampf in the front both running tubeless. (*the rims were converted to tubeless and have run so for the life of the bike without any issues). In terms of disclosure, this is a well loved bike and I have taken care of it with bi-annual tune ups/annual shock service. This past June 2015, the RP23 and Fox 32 fork underwent factory service at FOX headquarters in the bay area. There are some minor wear areas, but not major dings/damage to the frame and components. Additionally, the rear triangle was factory replaced this June and is brand new as well. Furthermore, I had all the bearings changed on the frame with the factory ASR 5 bearing kit. If you want more details about this bike, shoot me an email and I can provide more information. **Serious offers only. **Willing to meet for a test ride locally and willing to deliver in the local area as well. From Bicycle Blue Book: Bicycle Details Frame and Fork Frame Tubing Material: Yeti high-modulus carbon Rear Shock: Fox RP23 w/Boost Valve, 127mm-travel Wheels and Tires Hubs: DT Swiss 240/DT Swiss rims Components Brakeset: Shimano XTR Trail Shift Levers: Shimano XTR Rear Cogs: Shimano XTR, 10-speed: 11-36 Saddle: WTB Rocket V Handlebar: Easton EC70 (upgraded to780mm from original bar. Handlebar Stem: Thomson X4 Headset: Chris King Factory Description Sure, riding is about having fun, but the unwritten rule on every ride is that you have to beat your buddies to the top, then to the bottom. To that end, Yeti gives you the AS-R 5 Carbon. This thing is a 4.75-pound frame with 5-inches of travel! Those unheard of numbers come from a high-modulus carbon frame rocking the details that show Yeti's riding passion and building expertise. It's got a tapered head tube, titanium hardware, interchangeable dropouts and internal cable routing on the swingarm. All that is great, but it's the ride that matters, so the AS-R 5 rolls a slack 68-degree head angle and a low BB for fine stability at high speeds. It's a quick, efficient climber too, and an absolute ripper on the downhills with a custom-tuned Fox RP23 controlling the travel. Build highlights include DT Swiss wheels, a 120mm-travel Fox fork, Shimano's pro-level XTR 20-speed drivetrain, XTR discs and an Easton carbon bar.
24 Jun 2010