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Dec 18, 2018 at 21:32Dec 18, 2018
Dec 18, 2018 at 21:31Dec 18, 2018
For sale is an awesome 2016 Devinci Spartan with some nice upgrades, including a top-of-the-line Fox Factory Float X2 piggyback shock, a RockShox Reverb dropper post, and Spank Oozy 345 wheels set up tubeless! This bike rips downhill, but it still climbs very well, all with Enduro Style™. 165mm of rear travel, 160mm up front, bottomless fun. The bike also has flip chips to fine-tune the geometry to your riding style. Take it anywhere from Big Bear and Noble Canyon to Anderson Truck Trail and Ted Williams. Why am I selling? This was my fiancee's bike--we spent the summer in San Diego for work, but couldn't bring our bikes from Seattle, so we bought this bike on Craigslist for her to use during our time here. Now it's time to head back home, so the bike needs to go. The cycle of Craigslist continues... The build is pretty dang nice: - Shock: a very fancy Fox Factory Float X2 with kashima coating and all sorts of adjustment - Fork: Rockshox Pike with adjustments for air pressure, rebound, and compression damping - Front fender to keep the fork extra clean - Wheels: Spank Oozy 345 (27.5"), front and rear - Tires: Onza Ibex (27.5" x 2.40"), front and rear, plus one spare - Brakes: SRAM Guide R with 180mm rotors, front and rear - Cranks: RaceFace Aeffect - Shifter/derailleur: SRAM GX 11-speed - Cassette: SRAM X11 11-speed (10-42t) - Chainring: RaceFace 32t with MRP bash guard - Pedals: Chromag Contact - Grips: Deity in go-fast red - Handlebar: RaceFace Chester 35 (approx 790 mm wide) - Stem: V2 PRO There are a few miscellaneous spare parts that will also be included (another chain guide, a spare rear derailleur, a brand new bottle of brake fluid, brake levers, and a cassette removal tool). SUPER EXTRA BONUS: a free extra pair of DT Swiss 483d wheels (27.5"). The rear has a hub that needs to be rebuilt, but these are still some solid wheels. The bike has a few scratches, but all purely cosmetic. Nothing structural or out of the ordinary for a capable mountain bike that has been loved. At $1900, this is the deal of the century! Priced to sell quickly. Thanks for reading, and enjoy the ride!
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Oct 7, 2018 at 17:35Oct 7, 2018
Oct 10, 2016 at 22:39Oct 10, 2016
Hey Pinkbike, Up for sale is my top-of-the-line 2011 Trek Scratch Air 9! This is the one bike to rule them all. With a dropper post, adjustable geometry, 170 mm of rear travel, and a Fox Talas fork that can be adjusted between 120-160 mm, this bike can descend like a champ, and it climbs better than bikes with 40 mm less travel. Keep up with your XC friends on Saturday and rip up Stevens Pass on Sunday on the same bike! Check out Pinkbike's review: http://www.pinkbike.com/news/trek-scratch-air-9-2011.html This bike has top-shelf components (see below). I upgraded the brakes from the stock Avids to Shimano XTs, which rounded out the build to be full XT (except for the Raceface cranks). The DT Swiss wheels on this bike are almost worth the price by themselves: super light, super strong, and built to last. I'm selling because I finally had to admit after riding for 2 years that the bike is too small for me (I'm 6'-3"). Probably would be best for someone around 6'-0". I bought it in nearly new condition in summer 2014, and I just got an XL frame bike to replace this one. I know it'll be a great bike for the next rider. Specs: Size: Large (19.5") Frame: Trek Alpha Red aluminum with Full Floater, adjustable geometry (66 or 66.5 degree headtube angle), and Active Braking Pivot (ABP) design Fork: Fox 36 Talas FIT RLC, 120-160 mm Rear shock: Fox Float RP23 trail tuned, 170 mm wheel travel Wheels: DT Swiss E2000 (tubeless compatible, not currently running tubeless though) Front and rear tires: Bontrager XR4 Expert, 26 x 2.35 Brakes: Shimano XT Front derailleur: Shimano XT Rear derailleur: Shimano XT Cranks: Race Face Atlas, 36/24 w/bash guard Cassette: Shimano XT (M77110) 11-36, 10 speed Seatpost: Crank Bros. Joplin 4R dropper post Saddle: Bontrager Evoke 4 with titanium rails Handlebars: Bontrager Rhythm Pro Stem: Bontrager Rhythm Headset: Cane Creek Frustum SE Light Edition, E2 Pedals: NOT INCLUDED I'm willing to consider reasonable offers--the bike has been well taken care of, but it has minor wear that you'd expect from 2 years of riding (including some scratches from my bike rack). Local delivery Thanks for looking!