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May 19, 2019 at 11:5222 hours
May 19, 2019 at 11:5122 hours
Thanks for looking! Smashing bike - climbs incredibly, corners amazingly, and is super fun and playful on the trail. Suspension is nicely balanced and doesn’t do anything crazy. Got it set with the 130 rear link (bit more progressive, more dh geometry) but also have the 120 link that will go with it. Fork is set at 140mm. Bike is awesome and will happily race enduros and smash out all day epics in the lakes or the Alps! Was also the very first One20 out of bird HQ! Bike is in really good condition - has been 3M taped in all key areas. Spec: Size large aeris One20 frame with both travel links, cane creek headset, Rockshox Deluxe RCT3 shock, and Rockshox pike rct3 forks set at 140mm. Both have been serviced. Custom DTSwiss M502 rims on Blue Hope Pro 4 hubs (tubeless) with Maxxis DHF/HR2 tires SRAM GX11 gears, with narrow wide chainring and One Up chainguide SRAM Guide R brakes with superstar cooling pads Raceface Atlas 800mm bars, 32mm Turbine Stem, DMR deathgrips Rockshox Reverb 170mm dropper with charge spoon saddle and Blue Hope QR seat collar Located near Ferndown, Dorset. Happy to meet so you can see it. Looking for a quick sale so happy to negotiate a little.
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May 7, 2019 at 9:22May 7, 2019
May 7, 2019 at 9:20May 7, 2019
Thanks for clicking! Cracking bike this - corners like it’s on rails, carries speed, climbs really well and is super playful too! Only reason I’m selling is to severely streamline my bike collection as it’s getting a bit ridiculous. Purchased September 2018, so it’s seen some use but not a crazy amount and I’ve taken good care of it. Spec: Large frame, RockShox super deluxe rct3, RockShox Pike rct3. Both have the latest debonair spring. 150mm travel front and rear. SRAM NX Eagle 12speed drivetrain, oneup chainguide, with SRAM Guide RE brakes DT Swiss E1900 wheels with 2.5” minion dhf and aggressor. Both wheels are true and ding free. Raceface turbine 32mm stem, atlas 800mm bars, DMR deathgrips, Hope QR seatclamp and OneUp 180mm dropper post Thanks for having a look. Any questions, drop me a message!
Apr 13, 2018 at 8:39Apr 13, 2018
Regrettably selling this stunning Bird Aeris One45. Released last year, this is the ultimate do-everything-amazingly-and-faster-than-bikes-4-times-the-price bike. Selling due to moving house - I have a One20 which better suits my current riding so am keeping that! This bike eats holes for breakfast (especially with the optional 160 link), carves corners with precision, is playful, yet still climbs all the way back up thanks to the steeper than average seat tube angle. Frame: Large, lime green, 145mm travel. External cable routing, tapered headset and threaded bottom bracket with external cups. Boost spacing with Rockshox maxle stealth axle. Reach is long at 506mm, but seat tube is short at 470mm, so best of both worlds. Tapered headset. Taped from new - here are some heel marks on the seat stays, but this is on the tape, not the paint. Fork: Rockshox Lyrik RCT3, 160mm travel. 15mm thru-axle. Boost spacing. Shock: Rockshox Deluxe RT3, metric spacing with trunnion mount and bearings at each end for excellent small bump sensitivity. Wheels: DTSwiss E1700 spline 30 27.5”. XD freehub. Bird tubeless tape. Tyres: Maxxis DHF 2.3”, 3C maxterra (front). Maxxis DHR 2.3”, 3C maxterra (rear). Tubeless. Drivetrain: SRAM GX Eagle 11 speed (complete) with OneUp bash guide. Brakes: SRAM Guide RS with 200/180mm rotors. Seatpost: Rockshox reverb 170mm. Works perfectly, no play or sag. Hope seatpost clamp. Cockpit: Fabric scoop saddle. Raceface Turbine R 35 stem, 32mm length. Raceface Atlas 35 bars, 20mm rise. Any questions, feel free to ask. This spec would cost about £3200+ new, so grab yourself a bargain! Have already dropped the price quite a bit - won’t be dropping it anymore so as it’s worth far more than the asking price.
Jan 4, 2018 at 13:36Jan 4, 2018
Crankbrothers Mallet DH Pedals - Review
I ride these pedals with 5.10 districts. Run the pins super low otherwise can’t unclip easily and shred the sole with the pins. Work real nice. I predominantly run flats for downhill but use these for XC/light trail work
jtn1989 pinkbikeaudience's article
Dec 4, 2017 at 10:41Dec 4, 2017
Hardcore Hardtails, Ultralight Chainguides, Gearbox Goodness, and More - Tech Briefing, November 2017
Got a one20 (and use my dads one45). Best bikes I’ve ever ridden.
Sep 4, 2017 at 9:44Sep 4, 2017
Transition Sentinel - Review
@Fluidworks: I disagree - My Bird Aeris one45 is longer (reach 506mm) and lower (seattube 470mm) and yet is faster on every single trail I've ridden. And that includes very tight UK riding and steep, technical, flat out Alps tracks.
Sep 4, 2017 at 9:42Sep 4, 2017
Transition Sentinel - Review
"Even though on paper the longer reach numbers may seem daunting (a size large will now be 475mm)" Makes me chuckle when my Bird Aeris one45 in large has a reach of 506mm and Geometrons are even longer. The additional reach and corresponding growth in wheelbase makes the bike unbelievably stable on proper rough downhill trails and through corners as my weight is always between the wheels, and yet the steep seattube angle makes climbing a dream as the front end never feels light no matter how steep the trail is.
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Aug 1, 2017 at 0:54Aug 1, 2017