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Giant Trance X 29er 0, Pike upgrade

$2500 USD
I have my 2013 Giant Trance X 29er 0 for sale. It has been well maintained for 2 seasons and features a strong upgrade with a Rockshox Pike 140 Solo Air fork. Some of the clamp-on components on the bar are scratched so I have photos of all details here. There some latex from a wheel explosion that impacts the cosmetic on the front disc. Drivetrain: Full XT; 40x28 front, 11x36 rear (100 miles on it) Brakes: XT w/ice rotors and new pads All new cables/housing installed in October Giant Contact 100mm dropper post, fully rebuilt in October with new cables, housing, and clamp head 50mm Raceface stem (it is now a 1 1/8 setup), can include a 90mm FSA 140mm 2015 Rockshox Pike 140 Solo Air fork 127mm rear travel Geax Goma tires No pedals included The rear rim was just replaced with a wider and stronger DT Swiss 471 rim (25mm ID), the rear hub only has about 60 miles on it total since I had a different wheel mounted for most of the bike's life. Asking 2500 OBO, test ride any time. Located in Park City, UT

jeffcedeno RichardCunningham's article
Jul 11, 2014 at 11:31
Jul 11, 2014
Lapierre 2015: Three Trailbikes, an Enduro Racer and the Team's New DH Weapon
I wish PB would start calling out everyone that stocks Nobby Nics. Nobody wants to buy a new whip and then pay $120 for new tires after 50 miles, yet that's what everyone who specs this garbage is making riders do.
jeffcedeno RichardCunningham's article
Jul 8, 2014 at 8:24
Jul 8, 2014
2015 BMC Speedfox: Lightweight Mid-Travel Trailbike
Looks like a Fox 32 up front. Bummer. Could be an interesting bike if that fork didn't bend over and collapse in turns over 5 mph.
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jeffcedeno mikelevy's article
Jul 26, 2013 at 10:30
Jul 26, 2013
Pinkbike Poll: The Demise of 26'' Wheels - Unnecessary Extinction or Natural Evolution?
I've got a Giant Trance X 29er 0 and rode the 2014 (shorter travel) Trance 27.5 at Deer Valley last week. While some of the earlier 650B stuff that got rushed to market may not have been all that, now that there are better suspension offerings I don't notice significant losses moving from 26 to 27.5. The new bikes handle incredibly well, are great for trail use, and put the old 26" versions to shame. I don't miss my straight skis and I don't miss my old Cannondale, it's just the nature of gear evolving.
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