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May 13, 2018 at 15:51
May 13, 2018

Santa Cruz Nomad w/ custom build- XL

$1950 USD
Selling my trusty trail bike after the upgrade to the 29er. Bought the frame and wheels in 2013 50from the original owner and then built it up. Brand new drivetrain last season. It is an XL frame and very comfortable for myself at 6'6', reach is a little short for me and my seatpost is always maxed on climbs but thats what you get at 6'6". I have been working as a bike/ski tech in shops for 9 years so it has always been taken care of nicely. There is some minor damage from shuttle and rub from us over the years and one good knick on the top tube from my brake lever, all cosmetic. looking to sell as complete but could also part it out for the right offer. Buyer pays all shipping and processing fees if any, prefer local. Can meetup anywhere in the greater Seattle to Vancouver region. Frame- 2011 Santa Cruz Nomad XL Shock- 2015 Monarch RC3 Debeon air or Fox RC4 with 550lb spring Fork-2012 Fox 36 Float RC2 Cranks- Race Face Atlas, orange Pedals- None included (add $70 for Defactos pictured) Chainring- RaceFace NW 36t orange Chain- SRAM X1 Derailleur- Shimano Deore XT M8000 11spd Shifter- Shimano Deore XT M8000 11spd Cassette- Shimano Deore XT 11 spd 11-46t Bars- Race Face Atlas, uncut, orange Stem- Straitline 50mm stem Grips- SRAM wide grips Seatpost- Thompson Elite, straight, 400mm Saddle- Chromag Lynx, white Brakes- Avid Elixir CR SL with 203 rotors (have 180s, single 160 I can include) Tires- Schwalbe Hans Demfs Wheels- Hope Pro II’s laced in Syncros DS 28 hoops Looking for cash mostly but willing to consider some trades, especially in the 29er wheel/fork releam Text or Message on pinkbike please

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Jun 29, 2015 at 13:38
Jun 29, 2015

Norco Six Three Custom Build Medium-$600obo

$600 USD
Selling my brothers bike for him,we bought it second hand from someone in Vancouver, he was the original owner and was the one who swapped all the parts. The bike is a super plush and super fun freeride bike. shows normal wear and tear and shuttling for a 2008 freeride bike that has been ridden and maintained, worst of frame damage can be seen in pictures on top tube and seattubes. !!!ALSO WILLING TO PART OUT (PM FOR INFO/OFFERS)!! Components: 2008 Norco Six Three Size Medium Frame, wear and tear from shuttling and riding, Brand new derailleur hanger Marzocchi 66 SL1 ATA fork, classic 66 ata travel adjust issues, bled and serviced back in 2013 at Fantik in bellingham Marzocchi Roco World Cup air shock SRAM X5 shifter SRAM 11-34t cassette SRAM X9 derailuer 32t e13 chainring Shimano Deore XT brakes Shimano Saint Cranks Gravity Components Seatpost GRavity Components bars GRavity Components Stem WTB TimberWolf 2.5 tires or Kenda Nevegal 2.5 DH tomacs eThirteen LS1 guide FSA PIG DH headset transition 32 rear hoop can swap the 11-34t cassette for a 11-25t road for more downhill gearing ratios I Can put on a Avid Code front calpier and elixir R lever if you wanted a quad piston up front. $60 Can also include a Fox RC4 coil shock for an extra $200 Would prefer a local deal in bellingham but can meet in the Eastside down to Seattle and Renton area if need be. Will also be willing to box up the bike (I work in a shop so ill get a proper box and all) and ship within the US or Canada ONLY.Paypal only and AT 100% buyers expense and paypal fees. pinkbike message or text please

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