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Jul 22, 2018 at 13:23
Jul 22, 2018
Hi mate. Sorry I can’t be of much help - it was a bike I was selling on behalf of a friend back in 2012. Hope you manage to sort it.

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Jul 14, 2018 at 1:54
Jul 14, 2018
Jul 14, 2018 at 1:50
Jul 14, 2018

Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR

$650 GBP
Hi, selling my Specialized. I brought the bike as a frame in April 2015 and built it up with the intention of getting back out there at the weekend. As usual other things get in the way so it's probably been used less than 10 times since then, hence the sale. Frame: Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper FSR in large Forks: Fox 36 Talas R Shock: Fox RP2 BV Gearset: Shimano SLX (3x10) (Red Jagwire cable outers) Wheels: Halo SAS on red Hope Pro 2's Brakes: Hayes Nine with Superstar Components 203mm rotors front and rear (Red Rotor Bolts) Headset: Hope (Gold) Stem and Bars: Easton Havoc with Easton Vice riser bars (711mm wide with 20mm rise) with Hope Head Doctor (Red) Steatpost and saddle: Easton seatpost, Charge Spoon saddle (brown) with a Superstar Components seat clamp (Red) Tyres: Maxxis High Rollers Super Tacky (26" x 2.4") Pedals: Crank Bro's 5050 This is a bike that has been used as intended - expect cable rub and scratches, not perfection. Mechanically however it is extremely good and all works as it should. This has just been a quick write up off the top of my head so I may have forgotten something, if I have or you have any questions then please feel free to send me a message. Thanks!

Feb 20, 2017 at 6:21
Feb 20, 2017
May 25, 2012 at 16:24
May 25, 2012

Alternative Bike Co Speedsta - 56cm fixie.

$175 GBP
This is my Alternative Bike Co Speedsta which I purchased last year. As usual though I simply have not/do not have the time to use the bike and the money would be better used elsewhere. Since I purchased the bike I have only used it 4 or 5 times, so as you would expect it is in very good condition (it does have nicks in the lacquer here and there from being stored though). The bike has a rear flip flop hub so can be used as either a fixed gear or a single speed road bike - great for quickly commuting or just generally riding about. The spec of the bike is as follows: Frame: Tig welded high tensile steel. Forks: Tig welded with straight ovalised forks. Wheels: 700c 40mm deep section rims laced to 32 spoke hubs. Tyres: Innova Pro. Gearing: 18 tooth rear flip flop fixed gear/freewheel hub. Cranks: 165mm with a 44 tooth ring. Handlebars: Low rise 50cm bars. Weight: 10.5kg. After I purchased the bike I spent some time colour coding minor parts on the bike. e.g.: Rear brake cable, font ring bolts, bottle cage bolts, stem bolts, etc. I also completely removed the front brake, but I still have this and can re-install it for the buyer. I have found that whilst the frame is a fairly medium 56cm it can be suited to many people due the range of adjustment in the seat post. I am 6'6" and it comfortably fits me, but a friend of mine who is 5'4" has also been able to easily sit on it before. I should be able to post the bike most places with in the UK but contact me first to confirm this and agree a price. I think that it everything but if I have missed anything out or if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks.

elliot-lowndes elliot-lowndes's photo
Mar 12, 2012 at 16:26
Mar 12, 2012
Thanks mate. Not mine though, just a friends.

elliot-lowndes elliot-lowndes's photo
Feb 22, 2012 at 14:12
Feb 22, 2012
Your opinion mate, fair enough. It isn't mine to split though, just selling on behalf of somebody else.

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Feb 22, 2012 at 13:14
Feb 22, 2012
Feb 22, 2012 at 12:57
Feb 22, 2012

Club Roost DH8 - Nearly new

$1350 GBP
I am selling this bike on behalf of a friend who took this bike in part exchange against a motorcycle. However his forte is more with motorcycles than push bikes, and as such I offered to sell it on his behalf. The bike was built up for the previous owner just under 7 months ago at a cost of a little over £2500. Since being built though he began to lose interest in it, so it was only used twice before being part exchanged against the afforementioned motorbike. Due to the lack of use the bike is in all round excellent condition, it is mechanically perfect but as you would expect from any kind of second hand bike there are some scratches (the worst of which are on the left hand fork leg and behind the chainring, both of which I have included photographs of.) The person who purchases this bike will be in no way dissapointed with it's condition, they will be getting what is basically a brand new bike for a fraction of the original cost. The spec of the bike is as follows: Frame: Club Roost DH8. Front Fork: Rock Shox Boxxer. Rear Shock: Manitou Swinger 4-way. Rims:Spank Stiffy's in black. Hubs: Hope Pro II's in red. Tyres: Maxxis Swapthings (2.5" Super tacky, 2 ply). Cranks: Shimano with a single ring. Bashguard: Truvativ RockGuard in distinctive 'Delf' design. Chainguide: Race Face. Pedals: Crank Bro's 50/50. Rear shifter: Shimano Saint. Rear derailleur: Microshift White. Brakes: Giant (203 front and 180 rear) (Comes with a pair of 'sleeves' for the levers). Stem: Kona DH Primo. Bars: One23 in white. Headset: Hope, in gold. Grips: Odi. Seat Post: BBB in white. Seat: WTB pure. Seat clamp: Hope, in gold. Top cap: Hope, in gold. I think that covers everything regarding the spec of the bike, but if I do think of anything else then i'll add it to the list. If you have any questions about the bike itself then it will be best to message me on here, if you want to make an offer on the bike then it is best to either message me here or contact my friend via the mobile number at the top of the ad. We are looking for something in the area of £1350 but this is open to reasonable offers. Due to the value of the item it is collection only, we are located in the centre of the country within two minutes of the A38 and about five minutes from the town of Burton-on-Trent, making us very easy to get to either by car or by train. Payment will be accepted by either cash on collection, or if it's any easier, PayPal.

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