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Jul 3, 2020 at 18:20Jul 3, 2020
Pinkbike Poll: What is Your MTB Capital of the World?
@catweasel: sounds like their real problem is with people who would say something like that. That’s messed up.
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It's time for me to part ways with my beloved Santa Cruz Bronson. I've been super meticulous with this bike, always staying on top of maintenance, and I've rebuilt and replaced components as needed over the years. While there are some minor scratches and blemishes in the paint you can see if you look closely, from more than 3 feet back it looks almost new. I got this bike just before Santa Cruz started selling C and CC level frames. Mine says "Bronson C" on the top tube, but the model info on the seat tube says "Bronson CC". My understanding is this frame is the same as the 2015 Bronson CC frame. Frame: 2014 Santa Cruz Bronson V1 XL Carbon Shock: Fox CTD with RWC needle bearing kit Fork: Rock Shox Pike 150mm Headset: Cane Creek 40 Wheels: DT Swiss 350 hubs / WTB i23 rims Tires: Maxxis Aggressor 2.35 R / Maxxis DHF 2.35 F, tubeless Shifter: Sram X01 11sp Derailleur: Sram X01 11sp Chain: Sram PC-X1 11sp Cassette: Sram XG-1150 GX 10-42 Cranks: Race Face Turbine 175mm Chainring: Race Face 32T Steel Bottom Bracket: Race Face Turbine Brakes: Shimano XT m785 Brake Rotors: Shimano XT 180mm Seatpost: Rock Shox Reverb Stealth A2 125mm drop, plunger style remote Seat: WTB Devo 142mm Stem: Race Face Turbine 35 50mm Handlebar: Race Face Atlas 35 780mm Grips: ODI Rogue Lock On Pedals: Not included The drivetrain (chain, cassette, derailleur, chainring, cables, housing) is all nearly new. It has maybe 5 rides on it. The fork and shock were most recently serviced by Rock Shox and Fox at Sea Otter last year. They probably have less than 15 hours on them since then. I just rebuilt the Reverb with a full rebuild kit (new seals, top cap, etc). It has 1 ride on it since the rebuild. It feels and works like new. I put in a Santa Cruz Pro Pack (all new linkage bearings, seals, pivot axles, and hardware) about 18 months ago. The bottom bracket is still smooth and has no play, but it's not very new and it makes a few clicks when under heavy load, so that's probably the only component I would recommend replacing soon. The wheels are original, but they're true, and the hubs are smooth. I suspect the hubs may last forever. Besides pedals, the bike needs nothing mechanically, it's ready to ride. --- I'm in Mountain View, CA. Send me a message on pinkbike if you want to come by and see it. I'd prefer to do a local deal if possible, but I will box and ship if buyer pays shipping.
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Black Market Edit1 DJ Frame Top tube is 22" from front of seat tube to back of head tube or ~23" center of seat tube to center of head tube. I'm 6'3" and used to riding MTBs and it felt too short for me, which is why I'm selling it. If you're under 6ft it will probably be perfect for you. Includes an FSA headset for 1 1/8" straight steerer. Takes a 73mm MTB/Euro style threaded BB (normal threaded BB like a MTB). Horizontal rear drop outs (needs a solid bolt on axle). IS mount rear disk. 27.2 seat tube. It's in nearly new condition. It's been built up and ridden, but not a lot. There is a small bubble bottom of the the B decal on the top tube, and a tiny bit of rubbing on the seat stays, but otherwise is in pretty great shape. Local pickup, or I will ship anywhere in continental USA.
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Sep 21, 2019 at 18:06Sep 21, 2019
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Commencal Ramones 16 inch Kids MTB, 2017 Model, Yellow & Black My kid has been riding this bike since he was 3. He's 5 and half now and has outgrown it, so we're selling it. The paint is fairly scratched up, but we've always taken good care of the bike, kept it properly adjusted and lubricated, and we've always stored it inside in the garage. So stuff like the hubs and headset are still in good shape. I replaced the cup and loose ball bottom bracket it originally had with a Shimano cartridge BB, likewise the old freewheel has been replaced with a Shimano one, and it has a newish Sram single speed chain. It also has a nice SDG Fly Jr saddle with kevlar on the sides so it won't get ripped up, and a Salsa QR. It has front and rear v-brakes and they're plenty effective for small riders. Tires are Specialized Rhythm Lite 2.3s which is a pretty nice light, fast rolling, high volume tire (it's the best tire I could find in a 16" size). I just put on some brand new plastic kids pedals, which will be perfect for a young kid who's just starting out and doesn't want to hurt their shins with metal pins. Overall, it's just a super cool MTB for a little ripper. It's very sturdy and it rides like a real mountain bike, just smaller. You can take it on trails, jump it, do tricks on it, or just ride it around town and look cool. We're in Mountain View, CA. If you're interested, send me a message on Pinkbike and we can work out a time for you to come by and check it out.
May 19, 2019 at 16:34May 19, 2019
2011 Giant Glory 1 Size L Good condition, ready to ride. Some scratches on the frame here and there, mostly from the riding the lifts at Northstar, but bearings are good, pivots are good, suspension, drivetrain, and wheels are good. Mostly stock, but I have replaced the wheels, bars, and stem. Frame: Giant Glory L - Fits 5'10-6-1" (but I'm 6'2 and I've been comfortable on it) Fork: Rockshox Boxxer R2C2 Coil (Not sure what spring weight is, but I'm ~180lbs and I ride fairly hard and it works for me) Shock: Rockshox Vivid Coil - 450lb spring Wheels: Stans Flow Ex laced to DT Swiss 350 hubs (hand built) Tires: Minions, 2.5, DH casing set up tubeless (only a couple of days on these tires) Brakes: Avid Elixir R (200mm rotors) Crankset: RaceFace Atlas, 38T Chainguide: MRP G2 Shifter: SRAM X7 Derailleur: SRAM X9 Cassette: SRAM PG970 DH 11-26 9sp Chain: Shimano HG Bars: RaceFace Atlas Stem: Easton Havoc 31.8 (45,50,55mm) Grips: ODI Rogue lock on Saddle: Fizik Tundra (it's best to wait for the lift back up to sit down) Seatpost: Giant Pedals: None Ideally I'd prefer local pickup in the Bay Area, California. I will ship it if I must, but buyer pays for shipping cost.