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Feb 5, 2020 at 18:57Feb 5, 2020
Parting with a dream build to pursue a different dream. Selling my Ibis Ripley LS V3 with completely custom spec and extra goodies. See the complete list below: Frame: Ibis Ripley LS V3, XL, carbon, Ti-Ho Silver Shock: Fox Factory DPS Evol Fork: Fox 34 Performance Evol Rims: Nobl TR36, carbon Hubs: Onyx Racing, Boost, anodized blue Tires: 3 sets, Teravail Kennebec/Cumberland (2 seasons), Teravail Honcho/Ehline (tan sidewall, 6 rides), Maxxis Minion DHF/Aggressor WT (well used) Drivetrain: Shimano XT, 1x11, 11-42, 30T oval chainring Dropper: 9.8 Fall Line, 150mm Remote: Wolftooth under bar Brakes: Hope Tech e4, black, braided stainless hoses Rotors: Hope 183 front/rear, extra 160mm Avid Saddle: WTB Pure Stem, Ritchey WCS, 60mm Handlebar: Nitto 'For Shred' Bar-ends: Hope, anodized blue to match hubs Ibis Ripley Porkchop bag Just replaced seals in the shock last week of January. Replaced the upper bearings in the eccentric pivots on 2/4/20. Have the 6 other bearings as new spares, plus the Clemens tool to install them -- they simply didn't need replacing. Also have SKF low-friction seals (new in box) and unopened Fox 5wt and 20wt oils for a full fork refresh that I haven't done yet, but should be done in the coming month. The fork was purchased in October 2019. I spent two years collecting the components for this bike. I have acquired the tools and knowledge to maintain it and keep it running silent and silky. I honestly enjoyed the bearing replacement and shock service I performed in the past month, but I've decided I want to return to my rigid, masochistic ways, with minimal maintenance. I have deep appreciation for the sophistication of modern full-suspension bikes, and the Ripley V3 (even though everyone is jazzed about the V4 edition) is an exceptional bike. It's just more than I need. This is my second kick-ass full-suspension bike and probably not my last, but I'm eager to make it your kick-ass dream build as I go about building a Jones Plus LWB. There are a handful of superficial scratches and chips on the frame and carbon rims, but nothing remotely close to structural. I have never crashed this bike. I clean it after every ride. It's in very good condition. If I were buying it used on Pinkbike, something I have done many times, I would be pleased with overall look and mechanical quality. It's not new, but definitely well cared for. Shipping via Bike Flights. Maybe a second package for additional tires and suspension tools and fluids. Open to offers for trade for Jones, but I'm a stickler for wheels -- must be Onyx hubs. Once you go silent and instant, you can never go back. Detail photos of components available by request.
Feb 3, 2020 at 8:53Feb 3, 2020
I have a superb condition Surly Steamroller I built up in November/December 2019. I hand-selected every component on the bike. It is an exceptional Steamroller, upgraded in every way over the stock build. Willing to part with it at the same price as a new off-the-shelf Steamroller to fund the purchase of a singlespeed mountain bike, a la Jones LWB. Components are as follows: - Frame: 59cm, Surly Steamroller, black, with logos intact (did remove the warning and made in Taiwan stickers) - Headset: Cane Creek 40, silver - Cranks: Andel, 165mm. 144BCD, black - Chainring: Andel, 44t, black and silver - Stem: Velo Orange Tall Stack, 80mm, -17 degree, 31.8mm, black - Handlebars: Salsa Bend 2 Deluxe, 710mm, 22-degree sweep, 5mm rise, 31.8mm, black - Wheels: Professionally handbuilt Velocity Dyad rims, laced to Surly Ultra New Hubs, with Sapim Race double-butted spokes and brass nipples - Tires: Panaracer GravelKing, 38C front, 35C rear, tan sidewalls - Brake Caliper: Paul Racer, black, front - Brake Lever: Shimano Deore BR-550 - Seatpost: Bontrager carbon, 27.2mm x 300mm - Saddle: NOS Vetta touring, cream leather - Cog: 19t All-City with All-City lockring - Chain: KMC singlespeed, chrome - Pedal: Fyxation Mesa with straps This bike is beautiful. The black and silver color scheme was something I spent way too much time thinking about -- little touches of silver here and there to class the thing up, but overall it remains black and stealthy and ready to shred. Only reason for selling that I want to acquire a rigid, singlespeed mountain bike. Open to trades for such a bike, complete or partial. Photos this afternoon.
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