Living in Olympia WA, Green Building Engineering Consultant, Labrador Retriever rescuer
Feb 21, 2019 at 19:24Feb 21, 2019
This came off a stock 2015 Kona Big Rove ST that was purchased new summer of 2017, as a late model closeout bike. So these parts have been ridden for 20 months now. Still in good condition and functions perfectly. I used the bike as a commuter, grocery getter, and sometime gravel bike. Parts will include: SRAM X5 double crankset, 175mm arms, 42/28 chainrings SRAM GXP BSA threaded 68/73 bottom bracket, bearings are still good, packed with grease recently SRAM X5 front derailleur (bottom-pull and clamp) and 2-speed front shifter
Feb 20, 2019 at 20:11Feb 20, 2019
Was used for about 15-20 short rides, so the cassette is in very good condition.
Feb 20, 2019 at 20:02Feb 20, 2019
This has been sitting in storage for a long time. I had this built back in early 2015, rode it for a year and then left stored the last 3 years thinking I had another use for it. Only the non-drive side bearing on the rear hub needs replacing, the rest of the bearings are still good with plenty of life. Rims have no dents and hold tubeless well. Its non-Boost, so it could be used for older bikes or the new 650b road plus gravel bikes. 27.5”/650b WTB i25 Frequency rims Double-butted spokes Rear hub is the standard 18T ratchet I believe Shimano freehub non-Boost, 15/100 and 12/142 Taped and tubeless valves included, ready to go tubeless
Jan 30, 2019 at 22:02Jan 30, 2019
Used for about 4 months, orange, 35 mm clamp, 35 mm length, 5mm rise, 38mm stack height
Jan 30, 2019 at 21:57Jan 30, 2019
Used for about 4 months, 35 mm clamp, cut to 770 mm, 35mm rise, 6deg up sweep, 7deg back sweep, and black.
Mar 16, 2018 at 22:38Mar 16, 2018
Bike was purchased late summer of 2016 and ridden plenty of miles since then in the PNW. This bike was used for all types of trail riding, enduro, and dirt jumping. Frame is in very good shape, just normal wear, but will ride for a long time more. The bike went through a full tune-up in Sept 2017 with full rebuild on suspension front & rear, new shifter cable & housing, new BB, new headset bearings, and the 9Point8 seatpost was warrantied for a full rebuild in Nov 2017. New brake pads installed in January 2018. Issues are the rear hub bearings need changing as they still run fine, but they are rough. Saddle is cracked in a couple places, but I sit on it fine. All else is maintained and work great, especially suspension and drivetrain. Fork: Rock Shox Pike RCT3 140mm Solo Air Rear Shock: Rock Shox Monarch RT3 DebonAir Headset: FSA Stem: Deity Cavity 50mm Bar: Deity Blacklabel 787mm Grips: Race Face Saddle: ANVL Forge CroMo, damaged but rideable Seatpost: 9Point8 FallLine 150mm w/ 1x remote Brakes: SRAM Guides RSC Rotors: SRAM Centerline 180/160 Shifter: SRAM X1 Derailleur: SRAM X01 Type 2.1 11spd Cassette: SRAM XG1175, 10-42 Chain: SRAM X1 Crankset: Race Face Turbine Cinch 32T 170mm Chainguide: OneUp Low DIrect Mount S3/E-type Rims: Easton AR27 Hubs: SRAM MTH 716/746 Tires: Schwalbe Magic Mary Evo 2.35 Trailstar front, Rock Razor Evo Super Gravity 2.35 Trailstar rear No pedals, temp pedals for you to test ride Let me know if you need additional pictures.
Oct 23, 2017 at 20:57Oct 23, 2017
Size medium. Worn 10-15 times back in 2015, still in very good condition and have not been used since. One crash, and you can see in a pic the small hole in the outer layer/cover. Make an offer.
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Aug 29, 2017 at 10:58Aug 29, 2017
Mar 5, 2017 at 12:38Mar 5, 2017
This frame has been ridden since November 2014, and through October 2016. The frame has been sitting around since Oct ‘16. Not sure the mileage, but definitely a good amount of use as you can see from the pics. I used it out on the trails (XC to DH) and several trips to the bike parks. Its burly and durable. Bearings were serviced last spring, but everything is straight and ready to ride. Its a size large, aluminum. Comes with its original Monarch shock, that has not been rebuilt but it still runs well. I will include the bushing/spacer kit if you want to fit a Fox or DVO shock. I ran a DVO Topaz on it. FSA headset included as well as a Race Face Cinch press-fit BB included. Open to offers. I live in Yakima, but visit Issaquah area a lot for mountain biking and occasionally for work. I can meet you in the area.
Feb 4, 2017 at 19:08Feb 4, 2017
This is a very silent direct drive trainer that I bought back in March ‘16. It was used for about 6 months, but not a whole lot of use during that time as it was the warmer months. I originally bought this to do some winter training indoors, but I eventually found that a spin bike was easier and more convenient for my wife and I to use since I don’t have to always swap bikes on the direct drive trainer. Plus I don’t have a spare training bike or road bike to try to make it more convenient. Only issue: the plastic housing over the flywheel cracked and chipped off a piece during shipping. Seems to be a thin spot of plastic. It does not affect operation, probably enhances the heat dissipation of the magnets though. Compatible with 130mm, 135mm, and 12x142mm axles (which was the best part about this brand as I used my MTB on it) It has Shimano freehub cassette body, allows up to 10/11 speed cassettes, but no cassette included 7 levels of very effective magnetic resistance Ultra stable, I was able to do sprints out of the saddle A review can be read here: http://road.cc/content/review/155393-jetblack-whisperdrive-trainer Buyer pays shipping costs, its a heavy item.
Photo by ericashley