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Oct 11, 2021 at 19:09
Oct 11, 2021
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Oct 8, 2021 at 15:44
Oct 8, 2021
Selling
Oct 8, 2021 at 15:43
Oct 8, 2021

Transition Patrol Carbon Medium- Custom- Fox, DVO, XO1

$4500 USD
I am looking to move to an Insurgent soon, so I am putting the feelers out on my beloved Patrol. This bike has been an absolute blast to ride, and is actually my second Patrol. If the new Patrol was available in carbon I'd likely go with another one. In my opinion it is the quintessential bike for the PNW. It can pick down steep loamers, jib through your favorite jump line, and is snappy and supportive for more tame trail riding as well. Sooner or later everyone will get bored riding long travel 29ers, but for now a mid-long travel 27.5 is getting harder to come by. I recently put the Cascade Link and DVO JadeX on (2 months ago), which really gave it a lot more small bump sensitivity, all-the-while maintaining support. I also have a LS 425-500# progressive spring on it, which keeps supple on technical downhill but also very poppy for jibbing around and popping off smaller features. Nothing but praise for the new link combined with the progressive coil, it really changed this bike for the better. I am the original owner, and bought this custom build from Fanatik in late 2019. The frame has been Invisiframed since day 1, along with the fork. Both myself and Progression in North Bend have done the maintenance, and it has always been washed, dried and stored inside after every ride. The bearings have been changed yearly all around (frame, BB, hubs), and suspension fully serviced at least twice a year, if not more. It has never been ridden at resorts, and see's most of it's time picking around the slower trails of the i90 corridor. I am not in a huge hurry to sell her, so let me know if you have any questions or want to check it out. Additional details on the build below. Frame: 2019 Patrol Carbon Medium. Invisiframed since day 1, small dings in the Invisiframe but no major cosmetic issues. The stickers are over the Invisiframe and will be removed for the sale. Cascade link included, as well as original link. All bearings replaced beginning of summer' 21. Fork: 2020 Fox Factory 36 170mm Kashima. Invisiframe since new. Headset: Cane Creek Hellbender. New Bearings beginning of summer '21. Bars: Chromag BZA Carbon 35mm Stem: Chromag BZA 35mm Tires: Assegai 2.5" WT DD, DHRII 2.4" WT DD. 80% life, cushcore front and rear. You will not flat this setup. Rims: We Are One Agent. These are the best rims ever made. Still perfectly true. Hubs: Hope Pro4. New bearings and pawls beginning of summer '21. The workhorse of the hub world. Rear Shock: DVO JadeX. Includes coils: LS 425-500# Progressive, LS 450#, steel 450#, steel 500#. Crankset: RaceFace Turbine Cinch Chainring: WolfTooth NoDrop 34T. New beginning of summer '21. Dropper: Fox Transfer 2020 150mm. no scratches. Wolftooth remote. Seat: ANVL Forge Titanium BB: Hope Brakes: Saint (pads at 75%). Will include fresh bleed before sale. Rotors: Shimano Ice-tech 180mm. New beginning of summer '21 Derailleur: XO1. Scratches but works perfectly Chain: XX1 Black. New beginning of summer '21 Shifter: XO1 Cassette: XO1 Chain guide/bash guard - OneUp Pedals: TMAC composite

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Mar 30, 2019 at 21:24
Mar 30, 2019

Norco Vixa - Medium - Great ladies starter bike

$800 USD
My girlfriend bought this bike about 3 seasons ago. At the time, she purchased it from another woman who had ridden it just a handful of times, pretty much a brand new bike. It has seen light riding since then, and is still in very good shape. The suspension was serviced last season, and I put new XT brakes and tires on it last season as well. It fits women roughly 5’5” to 5’ 9”. The wheels are straight with no hops. There is light scratches on the bike, but really much less than you’d expect for a bike that is 9 years old. It would be a great bike for someone getting into the sport, or someone looking to progress onto a bike with a bit more travel. It has plenty of gears for climbing (gasp! Two rings in front!), and plenty of travel for descending. All considering, it’s a pretty solid bike for the PNW and was ahead of its time in 2010. Who has a shreddy lady in their life that would want a great deal on a reliable bike? Looking to get $800 but open to serious offers. Buyer pays PayPal fees and shipping. Frame: Vixa ladies frame w/ 152mm travel Fork: Marzocchi 55 TST 2 Air Rear Shock: Fox DHX 4.0 Air Headset: FSA TH-857 Bar: Chromag Fubar OSX Stem: FSA Gap ST-FR 230 Brakes: Shimano XT 2018 Front Shifter: SRAM X-5 trigger 2 speed Rear Shifter: SRAM X-5 trigger 9 speed Cassette: SRAM 11-32 9 speed Chain: KMC Z-9000 Cranks: FSA Moto-X Mega EXO Pedals: Diety Front Hub: Norco sealed bearing, 20mm Rear Hub: Norco sealed 135x12mm w/ Maxle Spokes: Stainless steel Rims: Alex DP-20 Double Wall Tires - Schwalbe Hans Dampf

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Mar 30, 2019 at 21:22
Mar 30, 2019
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Jan 8, 2019 at 21:12
Jan 8, 2019
Selling
Jan 8, 2019 at 21:09
Jan 8, 2019

Transition Patrol, built in 2016

$2100 USD
Up for sale is my 2015 Patrol. I bought the frame new in September 2016 and built it up that same month. The frame and fork have been Invisiframe'd since they were assembled. The rest of the bike has been cleaned after every ride, dried and stored in doors. There are some small chips and dings, but really less than would be expected for a few seasons on the bike. The fork stanchions are perfect. The wheels were tensioned a few months ago, and are running true with no hops. 5 rides ago I had my LBS service the rear shock, chang the frame bearings (EnduroMax), put a new Hope BB on it, chang the headset bearings, service the fork and change the seals. I have a full bearing kit for the hubs, but the bearings are still running great so I haven't swapped them out yet. Please give me a call or shoot me a txt with any questions. I drive all throughout WA quite often so could deliver it, and am frequently up riding in Bellingham. Frame: 2015 Patrol Alloy, Purchased new in 2016 from Transition. Fork: 2017 Fox Factory 160mm Kashima Headset: Hope Bars: Chromag BZA 35mm uncut Stem: Chromag BZA 35mm Tires: DHF 2.5", DHRII 2.4" Rims: Spank Oozy Trail 395+, Setup tubeless Hubs: Hope Pro2 Evo Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch Plus Crankset: Hope Chainring: Hope Dropper: Fox Transfer Kashima 2017 Seat: Chromag Lynx BB: Hope Brakes: Saint (pads at 75%) Rotors: Shimano Ice-tech 180mm Derailuer: XTR Shifter: XTR Cassette: XT Pedals: Diety Plastic

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Jan 8, 2019 at 21:05
Jan 8, 2019
Added 4 photos to SX-Trail
Jun 28, 2016 at 20:06
Jun 28, 2016
Selling
Jun 28, 2016 at 20:04
Jun 28, 2016

Specialized SX Trail - Medium - Custom Built

$1600 USD
I am selling my Medium SX Trail that I built from the ground up in 2012. I purchased the frame and all parts new, and have ridden them for 3 seasons of light, all-mountain riding. The SX Trail was way ahead of it's time, with similar geometry and suspension design to today's "enduro/ mini-dh" frames. It is low and slack but can still climb with the best of them with minimal pedal bob. This bike wasn't built to be the lightest, but rather to be durable and to last for hundreds of rides. I am selling the bike because I recently moved to California (from Montana) and don't ride as much hike-a-bikes and lift accessed days. That being said, this bike still has many seasons of use still left in it, and is built to keep on shredding. This bike can handle bike park days, dirt jumps, downhill, enduro and everything in between. I can answer any questions via message/ txt/ call and can also provide more pictures upon request. The following upgrades were made to the bike at the end of last season: - New brake pads front and rear - Brake bleeds front and rear - New pedals - New grips - New tires - New pivot bearings - Rear shock rebuild - Front fork rebuild The parts list is below. As I mentioned, everything was purchased new in 2012 and has been ridden for 3 seasons of light riding. It has been washed after every ride and professional maintained. Every season it has been completed disassembled, cleaned and lubed. Frame: 2011 Specialized SX Trail - Medium - Built a frameset up instead of buying a complete. Fork: 2011 Fox 36 Van 180, Fit RC2, Kashima Coat, tapered steerer - Stanchions in flawless shape, some cable rub on crown. Rear Shock: Fox DHX RC4 with Boost Valve Crank: Saint 170's, hollow spindle, 38T chain ring Bash: E13 Hive Wheels: Syncros Freeride DS32 laced to Hope Pro II hubs. Very true with no hops. 12mm rear, 20mm front axles thru axles. QR rear. Cassette: Shimano 9-speed, 11-34 gearing Tires: Maxxis Minion DHR, DHF SuperTacky 2.5". 75% tread life left Pedals: NukeProof Electron- sealed bearing, cro-mo spindle Bars: Deity Dirty30 - 770mm width Grips: Nukeproof Sam Hill Stem: Thomson Elite 0 degree, 50mm reach Headset: Cane Creek sealed Brakes: Avid Code R, new pads and bleed 15 rides ago Derailleur: SRAM X9 Shifter: SRAM Dual Drive paddle Seat: Deity Freeride Seat Post: Thomson Elite

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