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Video: Techy Freecoaster Lines in the Park and on the Streets
I need to know this also. Lots of folks in the YouTube comments on this video are asking the same thing. I tried to Shazam it and also Googled the lyrics, but no dice. And isn't that Notorious BIG at about 1:18? If its not, its his audio doppelganger.
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27.5+ Industry Nine carbon wheels 157mm Superboost

$975 USD
If you are looking for a lightweight set of carbon 27.5 plus wheels for Superboost (157mm) spacing, you found them. Industry Nine Superboost (157mm) hubs laced to Light-Bicycles 27.5+ carbon hoops, with tires, rotors, cassette, and valve stem, all set up and ready to ride. The wheels and all the parts are cosmetically and functionally nearly new. This was my first foray into plus-size wheels, and I had these built because it was basically my only option to get a super-sweet, lightweight SuperBoost wheelset (I bought an Eriksen frame with that spacing). These wheels were ordered from Light-Bicycles about a year ago and ridden maybe 50 miles, mostly on road and barely enough to get dirty. They are set up with Stan’s sealant – I haven’t ridden them in +/- 6 months and they are still holding air. There really were not any options for this 157mm sizing from ENVE or any other the other high-end wheel manufacturers, so I had these built. Here is a link to the rims: https://www.lightbicycle.com/Hand-built-carbon-AM733-asymmetric-27-5-mtb-Enduro-650B-wheels-tubeless-compatible.html The wheels themselves were about $1300, and the other parts were about $400. These are ready to go – fully setup, nothing to do but ride ‘em. Rims: RM650BC20 AM733 matte UD 28H front, UD 32H rear (stealth, no decals). Front Hub: Industry Nine Torch Classic – 15 x 110mm 28H J-bend Lime Rear Hub: Industry Nine Torch Classic – 12 x 157 Super Boost 32H J-bend Lime 120T Spokes: Sapim CX Ray Black Nipples: Sapim POLYAX Brass Black Cassette: XT cassette – CS-M8000 (11-speed) Rotors: XT IceTech 6-bolt rotors (I think they are 160mm but can check/confirm as needed). Tires: Maxxis REKON 3C/EXO/TR, 2.60 rear and 2.80 front I am in Atlanta, GA, if you are and want to check them out before you buy them. Otherwise, I can meet someone in the ATL area, or ship worldwide, but Buyer to pay actual shipping (FedEx Ground or similar). If you want me to weigh them, I can do so - they are as light as possible while still being functional and strong. Thanks Jesse Keywords: plus, 27.5, 650b, Superboost, Super Boost, 157mm, 12mm x 157mm, 12x157, 157x12, 157mm x 12mm, Industry Nine, Industry 9, light-bicycles, 27.5+,

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Cielo (by Chris King) custom steel 29er - full XTR

$2400 USD
Cielo steel hardtail 29er, by Chris King. The color is a sparkly burnt-orange with logo in sparkly brown. I just built up an Eriksen plus bike, and spent an ungodly amount of money, and just can't justify keeping both. It hurts to sell this. You will not find a nicer, rarer, or more sought-after steel hardtail. I will upload more pictures and measurements soon, but I am 5'11" and this bike fits me fairly well (though I have short arms, and I typically size down a bit). Its probably best for someone 5'8"- 5'11". True Temper OX Platinum steel, and Paragon Machine Work rear dropouts - easily convertible to single speed. Tons of amazing detail work. With pedals, this bike weighs at or right under 23 lbs, and that's with real tires and not skinnies. Lots of cool color matching, including gold water bottle bolts and King root beer headset spacers, and brown saddle, and Fox Heritage stickers on the fork, etc. I built the frame up with mostly new parts about 2 1/2 years ago, and have maybe put a few hundred road miles and maybe a hundred trail miles on it. No issues whatsoever. The wheels, cranks, brakes and derailleurs are barely used and look new. It shifts, brakes and rides simply fantastic. No scratches on the fork stanchions and it works flawlessly. Tires could probably stand to be re-sealed with tubeless goop, but still hold air for about a week before needing a couple pumps to get to thee right pressure. A few small scuffs on the frame but nothing under the paint and no rust, dents, dings or issues. Here is the parts list: Headset - Chris King (gold) BB - Chris King (gold) Fork - Fox 32 RLC Kashima 100mm with orange Fox Kabolt (15mm axle) Wheels - DT Swiss 350 (center lock) with Stan's Arch EX rims, set up tubeless with Schwalbe tires Cranks - XTR (2x) Brakes - XTR Trail with XTR IceTech Freeza rotors Stem - Easton EA70 Handlebar - ENVE Riser Seatpost - Thomson Masterpiece (layback) F. Derailleur - XTR (2 x 10) R. Derailleur - XTR (10 speed) Shifters - XTR (2 x 10) Cassette - XT (10 speed) Pedals - I can throw in for some Wellgo Mag flats if you want em Saddle - ChroMag Lynx ti (brown, of course) Seatcollars - Salsa Liplock Grips - ESI Racers Edge (brown, of course) I am in Atlanta, GA, and if you are local you are welcome to come see the bike in person and ride it around the block. Here is a link to where you can see the various measurements and geometry - its a medium: https://wheelworks.com/product/cielo-mountain-bike-frame-7717.htm

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XTR Front Derailleur - M986 - 10 speed

$40 USD
XTR front derailleur for 2 x 10 drivetrain. Looks and works like new. My Paypal address is

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