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Norco Optic C1 - Full XTR

$4000 USD
Selling my 2021 Norco Optic C1. This bike was purchased last year and has accumulated just over 700 miles. I am selling because this is under-sized for my 6' stature - my riding style has changed and I prefer longer bikes now. The bike was wrapped in 3M protective vinyl tape from new and has very few imperfections. This was my "XC" bike so this was not hucked or crashed. The only upgrades to the bike are a 180mm 1up dropper post and Maxxis tires. The rear hub was serviced last month, suspension was serviced earlier this year. This bike is dialed and ready to roll. Weighs in at 31.04Lbs without pedals. Frame: Carbon Front Triangle, Aluminum Rear, 125mm Travel, Ride Aligned™ Fork: Fox Performance Elite 36 Grip2 FLOAT, 140mm Travel, 42mm Offset - Recently Serviced Rear Shock: Fox Performance Elite FLOAT DPX2, 190x45mm - Recently Serviced Rear Shifter: Shimano XTR M9100 I-Spec Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR M9100 Crankset: e*thirteen TRS Race Carbon, 32T, 170mm Bottom Bracket: e*thirteen BB92 Cassette: Shimano XTR M9100, 10-51T, 12 Speed Chain: Shimano SLX Front Brake: Shimano XTR M9120, 4 Piston, Organic Pads Front Brake Rotor: Shimano XTR MT900 Freeza, 203mm Rear Brake: Shimano XTR M9120, 4 Piston, MTX Ceramic pads Rear Brake Rotor: Shimano XTR MT900 Freeza, 180mm Brake Levers: Shimano XTR Handlebar: OneUp Carbon, 800mm, 20mm Rise Stem: 6061 Alloy, 45mm Length, 35mm Clamp Seatpost: OneUp 180mm Post Headset: FSA Internal Sealed Bearing Front Hub: Shimano XT HB-8110-B, 15x110mm Boost, Center Lock Rear Hub: Shimano XT FH-8110-B, 12x148mm Boost, Micro Spline, Center Lock - Recently Serviced Rims: Stan's Flow S1 29", 32H Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai 2.5" EXO+ Rear Tire: Maxxis Dissector 2.4" EXO+

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Commencal Meta AM Team (-2° HS, MegNeg, TRP, DTSwiss)

$3500 USD
Up for sale is my 2020 Commencal Meta AM 29. I purchased this bike in July 2020 and have taken meticulous care of it ever since. The bike has been used but not abused and has many choice upgrades. The geometry adjustment makes this bike very similar to a modern Transition Sentinel with 10mm extra travel. Geometry and component details further below for those who are interested. Components: -2020 Meta AM 29 Team Frame, Size M -Works Components -2 degree headset -Commencal Freeride 50mm stem -Spank Vibrocore Bar 31.8mm -OneUp 180mm Dropper -Lyric Ultimate RC2 170mm fork -SuperDeluxe Ultimate 230x60mm shock, with MegNeg aircan -TRP Quadiem V2 Brakes (fresh pads) -TRP 2 Piece 203mm Rotors front and back -Brand new SRAM GX 10-52T Cassette -Brand New SRAM GX Derailleur -Brand new SRAM GX Shifter -Brand new SRAM GX Chain -SRAM Descendent Cranks (pedals not included) -Brand new DTSwiss M1900 Spline wheels -Brand new DTSwiss 370 LN (18T Ratchet-LN – not pawl driver) Hubs -Brand new Maxxis Assegai and DHRII Tires -Brand new ODI Grips -Brand New ANVL Forge saddle Extras included with the bike: -Stan’s Sealant -Spare derailleur hanger -2 Tubeless valves -Works Components headset bearings (purchased in anticipation, but current bearings are smooth) -Commencal Pivot Bearings (purchased in anticipation, but current bearings are smooth) -Rockshox MegNeg tuning parts & original aircan -RockShox SuperDeluxe 50hr service kit -OneUp Dropper shim set & lubricant (post can be user adjusted to 170 or 160mm of travel) -SRAM Derailleur B tension adjustment tool Service Intervals: -Shock and Fork are serviced every 6 months or so. I’ve serviced them 3 times since August 2020. -Pivot bearings were purchased in anticipation of service, but upon inspection the existing bearings are still totally smooth and free spinning. -Headset bearings were purchased in anticipation with the headset – no need to replace. -Bottom bracket spins freely and quietly. Geometry: -The -2 headset combined with the stock 170mm fork brought the H/T down to roughly 64 degree from the original 65.5 degrees. -Seat Tube angle was steepened to a very modern 77 degrees. -The bottom bracket was lowered by a few mm, and wheelbase grew significantly by 20mm. -See pictures for current calculated geometry numbers. This is roughly similar to a 2022 Transition Sentinel (which coincidentally is the bike I am replacing this with)

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