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2019 Trek Slash 9.8 Size: Large (19.5") Full Carbon Frame & Rear Triangle Colour: British Racing Green / Teal Travel: 160mm Fox 36 (front) / 150mm Rockshox Deluxe (Rear) Wheel Size: 29" Eagle GX drivetrain with 30T chainring 150mm Bontrager Dropper Post **** UPGRADES ***** Full frame wrap (98%) from Ride Wrap since day #1 Chromag Lynx DT Saddle Shimano Saint Brakes with 203mm Icetech Rotors (Front & Back) Lyzene Sideload Water Bottle cage E13 Aluminum rims on indestructible DT swiss 350 hubs with Star-ratchet engagement (A great upgrade for those who break parts!). Comes with 2.6 Front / 2.4 rear Bontrager SE4 tires (excellent condition & set up tubeless) OR Bontrager Carbon Line 30 rims on Bontrager Hubs w/ upgraded Maxxis 2.5 Assegai tires (tires used 5 times & set up tubeless) **** OPTIONAL SETUPS ***** If you want to reduce the cost by $200, I have a set of NEVER USED 4 pot Guide RS brakes with BRAND NEW 200mm / 180mm centerline rotors which can be installed instead of the listed Saints. With 160mm of supportive Fox 36 fork up front and 150mm of super plush Rockshox Deluxe (with Thru-shaft) out back, this bike is able to tackle anything you can throw at it. The Trek Slash 9.8 is race bred to gobble up all the rock gardens, drops, and hucks you can send it's way while having a calm, and efficient pedaling platform to get you back to the top of the trail for another lap! The available setups on this bike make it a great deal! Go for a performance package including the carbon rims and saint brakes, or emphasis reliability when you choose the dependable DT Swiss 350 hubs on the Aluminum wheel set and the never used 4 pot Guide RS brakes...or mix it up, cause it's gonna be all about you! Contact me to discuss taking this beauty for a test ride...and PLEASE bring cash...no cheques, bank drafts, chickens, promises written in blood, or first born children.
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Nov 12, 2019 at 12:53Nov 12, 2019
10 of the Best Handlebar Mounted Bike Lights Ridden & Rated
@Wormfarmer: I'm officially taking your word for it...Purchase done...
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Oct 16, 2019 at 10:30Oct 16, 2019
gwest danielsapp's article
May 23, 2019 at 11:21May 23, 2019
First Ride: Trek's 2020 Top Fuel Gets a Little More Travel & a Lot More Aggressive
Love that Colour Combo!
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2018 Transition Sentinel - Large TR Blue / Black Alloy Frame 160mm Rockshox Lyric fork (Serviced in April 2019) 140mm Fox DPX2 Rear Shock (Serviced in April 2019) SRAM Eagle GX Drivetrain - 1 yr of riding 30 tooth front ring SRAM Code Brakes Front & Rear Semi-metallic brake pads (Upgrade from Resin) 200mm Front Rotor (Upgrade from 180mm) 180mm Rear Rotor 170mm RockShox Reverb Dropper (Upgrade from 150mm) Stock 29" Rims and hubs (Rear hub serviced April 2019) Maxxis 2.5 DHF WT & 2.4 DHR2 WT (Upgraded from 2.35) Tires set up tubeless (Upgrade) All remaining elements as per 2018 sales specifications There is no bike I have ever ridden that has given me more confidence to ride downhill than the Transition Sentinel. With a mind-bending 64 degree head angle you'll be laughing your way to the bottom, guaranteed. With the 76.3 degree seat angle and 29" wheels, you'll climb better than you ever imagined. This bike can do it all and leave you smiling all the way home. With the alloy frame package you get long travel stability and a budget that allow for some beers with friends afterwards. The performance of this bike with leave you breathless and begging for more. Text or call to organize a time to come see this bike.
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Mar 25, 2019 at 14:01Mar 25, 2019
Tech Randoms Part 1: Crankworx Rotorua 2019
Noticed that too...$1750 wouldn't even pay for the plane ticket to get there from my house.
gwest OneUpComponents's article
Feb 13, 2019 at 12:31Feb 13, 2019
Video: Jesse Melamed is So Damn Fast
@ 1:40...when a tree has taken enough lives that it requires padding.
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Dec 8, 2018 at 9:50Dec 8, 2018
Field Test: Stumpjumper vs Remedy vs Process vs Bronson vs SB150
I love the format of the field review. Keep it up! I would love to see a review from someone in the 200+ lbs weight category be added. All the gents are 160ish and an extra 40lbs drastically changes the manners / personality of the bikes.