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Both my old bikes got stolen in the space of three weeks but thanks to Mr insurance man I am now back riding Smile

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Jul 3, 2014 at 9:29
Jul 3, 2014
I'll give you a high five and a packet of doritos chilli heatwave mate?

Jul 3, 2014 at 9:10
Jul 3, 2014
Selling
Jul 3, 2014 at 9:01
Jul 3, 2014

Specialized Demo (M)

$1650 GBP
Hi all, Selling my 2011 Specialized Demo due to getting a new job and not having the time to ride 1 bike let alone 3! The bike is in incredible condition as I’ve used it nowhere as much as I’d like to: probably 20-30 times due to there being no riding around my uni and me always being away over summer. It’s never been raced and has done about 5 uplift days. The only damage is cosmetic from rubbing on the metal part of my bike rack causing a scratch which has been photographed. The Spec is below, the only changes being renthal 780mm bars, ODI ruffian grips and a stock wheel which was given to me when I tacoed the DT swiss one it came with the first time I used it. Oh I nearly forgot, I broke the X0 rear derailleur so it's now an X9 instead. The frame is a medium but comes up pretty big. I’m 6ft1 and I wouldn’t change the size. It’d probably suit someone from 5ft9-6ft2. Any questions let me know. Pick-up only but I’m willing to drive up to an hour from Bristol. FRAME M5 manipulated alloy, compact race design, 1.5" forged HT, Magnesium link, ISCG 05 mount, cartridge bearing rear shock mount, rear derailleur protector, 8" travel REAR SHOCK Fox DHX RC4, coil over w/piggy back, rebound and High/Low speed compression and bottom-out control adj., 9.5x3", XS: 300, S:350, M:400, L:450 FORK RockShox Boxxer World Cup, Mission Control damper, alloy steerer, low/high speed compression and rebound adj. with bottom out control, 20mm Maxle DH thru-axle, 200mm travel HEADSET 1.5" integrated for 1 1/8" steerer, cartridge bearings STEM Funn RSX 31.8" direct mount HANDLEBARS Specialized Demo low-rise bar, 7050 alloy, 750mm wide, 8 degree backsweep, 6 degree up, 31.8mm GRIPS Specialized Grappler lock-on FRONT BRAKE Custom Avid Code X.0, hydraulic disc, tool-less reach and pad contact adj., Code caliper, metallic pads, stainless hardware, 203mm rotor REAR BRAKE Custom Avid Code X.0, hydraulic disc, tool-less reach and pad contact adj., Code caliper, metallic pads, stainless hardware, 185mm rotor BRAKE LEVERS Custom Avid Code X.0 hydraulic, tool-less reach and pad contact adj., X.0 carbon lever blade FRONT DERAILLEUR REAR DERAILLEUR SRAM X.9, 9-speed, short cage SHIFT LEVERS SRAM X.9, 9-speed, aluminum trigger CASSETTE SRAM PG-970, 12-26t CHAIN SRAM PC-971, 9-speed w/Power Link CRANKSET BlackBox SRAM Descendant, 7050 alloy arms, GXP spindle, custom 36t ring, Gamut bash guard CHAINRINGS 36t alloy BOTTOM BRACKET Custom SRAM PF-30 DH, 83mm shell PEDALS Specialized Lo-Pro Mag, removeable pins, 9/16" RIMS Custom DT Swiss F550, 30mm wide, 32h FRONT HUB Specialized Hi Lo disc, laser-etched logo, sealed cartridge bearing, 20mm thru-axle, 32h REAR HUB Specialized Hi Lo disc, 150mm, hollow 12mm Cr-Mo axle w/ RD guard, 32h SPOKES DT Swiss Competition 2.0/1.8/2.0mm stainless FRONT TIRE Specialized Butcher DH, DH casing, wire bead, soft dual compound, 26x2.3" REAR TIRE Specialized Butcher DH, DH casing, wire bead, soft dual compound, 26x2.3" INNER TUBES Schraeder valve 26x2.4/2.75, 2.25mm thick SADDLE Specialized Demo, 7mm hollow Cr-Mo rails SEATPOST Thomson straight w/ 12 degree clamp, 367mm SEAT BINDER 34.9mm clamp ID, 7050 hard annodized alloy collar, black NOTES Protective clear coat, derailleur hanger, reflectors, owners manual Cheers, Ed

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May 6, 2014 at 7:22
May 6, 2014
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Apr 16, 2014
I believe you owe me a coke
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Oct 25, 2013 at 7:58
Oct 25, 2013
Selling
Oct 25, 2013 at 7:54
Oct 25, 2013

Medium Norco Team DH

$1250 GBP
Selling a 2011 Medium Norco Team DH race bike. Bought 2 years ago from a previous seller who had only ridden it for one week holiday in Morzine. It has since been ridden no more than 10 times since, mainly due to my brother not riding at uni and doing windsurf seasons every summer so I'm selling due to lack of use. Consequently it is in very good condition with only very minor cosmetic scratches with all parts running very very smoothly: looks brand new from a few metres away. The rear derailleur and cassett are custom red!! will not be found on an ordinary norco team dh. When I bought this bike it was off a man who worked for sram and happened to know the guy who builds ben reids bikes (norco team rider), and that man is the same man who built this beauty!! The only damage is an untrue rear rim which is currently rideable but will eventually need fixing. The frame has 8-9 Inches adjustable travel, heli-taped on bottom with sleeve to stop chain slap. This is an excellent DH bike suitable to anything from playing about in local woods to full DH racing. The bike is exceptionally light and well specced, and rides extremely well. In terms of sizing it would probably fit anyone from 5ft9 - 6ft2 (my brother is 6ft 1 but prefers slightly smaller frames). I am willing to drive to meet within an hour of Bristol but unfortunately will not do shipping as I'd prefer it if people rode the bike first before purchasing. Best way is to contact me is by text if you have any questions. Spec: Frame: 2011 Norco Team DH (Medium) Forks: 2011 Rockshox Boxxer World Cup Bars: Truvativ Boobar (780mm) Shock: Rockshox Vivid 400lbs Spring Stem: ODI Grips: ODI Ruffian Troy Lee Designs Headset: Superstar Seatpost: Stock Norco Saddle: WTB Silverado Cranks: Truvativ Descendant Shifter: Sram XO Rear Derailleur: Sram XO Brakes: Sram XO Pedals: Superstar Wheels: Mavic ex721’s on Hope Pro II EVO’s Tyres: Maxxis Minion DHF’s (good condition) Weight: 37lbs

fooox urteam's article
May 30, 2012 at 13:30
May 30, 2012
Video: In Depth with United Ride
I think the coverage has a lot to do with the hard work of cous cous the manager getting the team out there and in the spotlight, massive props to him for doing that and riding as well. Such a sick video though, just got about 5 VOD's for the price of one!
fooox scottsecco's article
May 29, 2012 at 0:54
May 29, 2012
Movies for Your Monday
The only reason I watched that otherwise boring intense video was cos of lauren daney
fooox fooox's photo
May 10, 2012 at 13:45
May 10, 2012
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