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Orbea OIZ M10 TR Frame and Fork

$2100 USD
This is a used 2020 Orbea OIZ M10 TR frame and Fox Step Cast 34 Factory fork. Both the shock and fork are remote lock-out. This is a great XC setup. I had the complete bike down to 23.5 pounds with a dropper post and Shimano M520 pedals which is very low for an XL frame. The 120mm of travel is perfect for XC courses. There are plenty of scratches, scuffs, and dings as I tried to show in the pictures. No structural damage. There is protective film applied to the chainstays and a few other places. The fork was just redone with new seals and fluid. The headset bearings are original so probably need to be replaced soon. Press fit bottom bracket but I never had any issues with creaking or noise. The price includes Paypal fees and shipping to the lower 48 US states.

jonemyers travisengel's article
Nov 30, 2022 at 11:11
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Trail Tool Review: Silky Gomboy vs Corona RazorTooth Folding Handsaw
At the moment the 10" Corona saw (handle and blade) is $20.99 on Amazon. The replacement blade costs $23.98. It is cheaper to buy the complete saw + blade then throw it every time the blade gets dull.
jonemyers edspratt's article
Nov 28, 2022 at 19:25
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6 Environmental Initiatives in the Bike Industry: Seaweed Gel Pods, Schwalbe Bike Soap & More
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jonemyers mikelevy's article
Nov 3, 2022 at 8:19
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The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 150 - Would You Download a Bike?
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jonemyers edspratt's article
Oct 31, 2022 at 11:20
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Patrollers Have Bike Stolen While Helping an Injured Rider
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jonemyers mikelevy's article
Oct 26, 2022 at 11:06
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jonemyers mikekazimer's article
Oct 25, 2022 at 14:42
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jonemyers mikekazimer's article
Oct 25, 2022 at 14:31
Oct 25, 2022
Tech Week 2023: 6 New Rain Jackets to Keep You Dry
I live in an area that is wet in the winter. I ride gravel roads to stay in shape and explore when the trails are muddy and susceptible to damage from biking. There is no such thing as bad weather, only poor clothing choices.
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