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Stans arch S1 rear wheel, formula hub. Rim has large flat spot and pinch, will need a new rim. Only used for maybe 10 rides before damage occurred so hub has not had a lot of use. Shimano HG freehub so will fit any shimano 11 speed cassette, or Sram SX or NX 12 speed. Rim has come off a cannondale habit so is dished 6mm to the nondrive side. Would need re-dish when built on new rim for a different frame. £75 open to offers
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Aug 27, 2020 at 11:23Aug 27, 2020
Update: All EWS Zermatt COVID Tests Returned Negative Results
Hey he’s got a point, if you don’t test you can’t have cases ????♂️
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Jun 30, 2020 at 11:09Jun 30, 2020
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DMR Trailstar Hardtail Throwback anniversary edition colourway. Large size (up to 6’1 ish) Spec: Marzocchi 350NCR 2015 fork, remote lockout has been removed because it broke/was never used. 140mm travel but can be adjusted to 160mm by removing internal spacer. Shimano Zee 10spd groupset 11-34 cassette Shimano Zee brakes 180mm rotors Trans X 100mm dropper post Hope enduro 27.5 wheelset just over a year old. Joystick bars cut to 760mm Dmr defy 50mm stem Dmr deathgrips Only selling as I have probably used the bike 10 times in the last year. Fork could probably do with a service, have changed oil in lowers but rebound is a bit harsh.
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May 4, 2020 at 14:48May 4, 2020
Spotted: Is This a New Specialized Status?
Wonder if this is a successor to the stumpy evo? 36 upfront so gonna be atleast 150, running a chain guide like the evo, and looks slacker than a standard stumpy, biggest knock on the evo in reviews was that due to its geometry you easily outride the suspension, wonder if this could be the answer?
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Nov 25, 2019 at 4:06Nov 25, 2019
Specialized Stumpjumper Comp 2019 £1200 Ono Specialized stumpjumper comp 27.5 in size Large for sale, I’ve owned this bike roughly 15 months and it’s been everywhere with me from local XC routes to Antur Stiniog and handled everything I’ve thrown at it. I haven’t changed much only the grips and I recently changed the chainring from a 32 tooth to a 34 tooth for a more usable gear range, I have the old 32 tooth which will be included and is perfectly fine to use not worn out. It’s been everywhere with me so there are some cosmetic marks on it, never bothered me, as it’s Matte black would be easy to touch the frame up if wanted I never saw the need to. Mechanically everything works fine it’s had new rear shock bushings and rear wheel bearings this summer so it’s all good to thrash. Only mechanical issue is a slight bend in the front brake lever, the lever itself works fine it’s just slightly bent downwards, if you want to replace it they are about £40. Bike will come with original Specialized plastic pedals (never used) and tubeless valves also never used as I’ve never had a puncture on it never felt the need to wrestle with the sticky mess. Basic spec Fork: Fox rhythm 34 150mm travel Shock: Fox float DPS 210x52.5 150mm travel Groupset: Shimano SLX. 34T chainring, 11-46 cassette. Brakes: Shimano SLX. 200mm front 180mm rear rotors. Tyres: Specialized Butcher 27.5x2.6 front Specialized Purgatory 27.5x2.6 rear
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Sep 17, 2018 at 23:02Sep 17, 2018
First Ride: Specialized's New Turbo Levo FSR
Is it just me or is 22kg still not anything to brag about? For me the best use for e bikes is in place of busy uplift services and to keep you on the bike rather than in a sweaty van all day (uk people aren’t graced with chair lifts!) but if my DH bike is still considerably lighter than an e bike I’ll stick with the sweat box thanks!