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Apr 21, 2011 at 7:53
Apr 21, 2011
Bike is sold, sorry.

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Mar 19, 2011 at 12:19
Mar 19, 2011
Mar 19, 2011 at 12:19
Mar 19, 2011

Santa Cruz Nomad, Large - Complete bike, super dialed!

$3300 USD
2010 Santa Cruz Nomad Size: Large Fork: Fox Float 36RC2 converted to Coil Spring. 1.5" Steer Tube Headset: Chris King 1.5 Shock: PUSH MX Tune of a Fox DHX 5.0 with dual high and low speed compression adjustment Crankset: Shimano XT, set up single ring 34T Bottom Bracket: Chris King Chainguide: MRP G2 Mini Wheelset: DT Swiss 340 hubs (with 36 point engagement conversion), DT Swiss Revolution Spokes and Stans Flow rims. Rims and spokes are two rides old. Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C EXO 2.5 front and Specialized Purgatory Armadillo Elite 2.2 rear. Front tire is 4 rides old. Drivetrain: SRAM X0 short cage rear derailleur and X9 shifter, Shimano XT 11-34 rear cassette Brakes: Avid Elixir CR with 185mm front and 160mm rear rotors Seatpost and Seat: Gravity Dropper Turbo seatpost and WTB Pedals: CrankBrothers Mallet 1 Handlebars and stem: Shimano Pro Vanderham bars and Thomson Elite 45MM 1.5 stem. Handlebars are 2 rides old. Bike is in excellent condition, with one scratch on the downtube (no dents and it's only through the U part of the Santa Cruz decal, pictured.) Bike has been immaculately maintained and kept in perfect working order. Hard to part with this bike, but I'm putting all my 2011 effort towards the Downieville Classic AM race and want to build myself a Tallboy! Hit me up with any questions you might have. Price is OBO. Shipping is $75 and ONLY to the 48 contiguous states in the US, no exceptions. PayPal verified accounts or local cash sale only.

jschwart73 dunbarcycles's article
Jan 26, 2010 at 5:49
Jan 26, 2010
Continental Der Kaiser Review
So, it corners "as well" as a High Roller, but rolls slower and is prone to flats and you still say "Overall I was super stoked on this tire. I was blown away by the performance in corners, which for me is probably the most important thing when looking for a tire." How many seconds a run does the rolling resistance cost you? Make up your mind dude, are you trying to find a better tire, or are you just trying to rebel against all the "Sam Hill fan club boys" because you're too cool to be like everyone else? Did it ever occur to you that the reason all the racers in WC run them (unless sponsorship prevents them from doing so) is because they're better? Do you not remember the Santa Cruz team, sponsored by Kenda, running blacked out logo High Rollers and DHF's in 2007? (Watch chapter 10 in Seasons, Peaty has Kenda logos on his jersey, but the tires are clearly DHF front, High Roller rear in the start gate)
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