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Nov 21, 2021 at 16:23
Nov 21, 2021

Tacx Neo 2T - Near new

$900 USD
Tacx Neo 2T - includes hub adapters, front wheel holder, and power cable Near new, has less than 20 hours on it.

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Oct 11, 2021 at 6:48
Oct 11, 2021
BikeYoke Introduces Revive Max 2.0 213 Dropper Post & New XC Options
Any idea who makes those orange grips in the second to last photo?
Oct 9, 2021 at 17:01
Oct 9, 2021

New Specialized Stumpjumper; size: S3 - fork extra

$3000 USD
New/unbuilt Specialized Stumpjumper Size: S3 Color: Gloss Dove Grey / Cool Grey Notes: The RockShox Pike Ultimate Silver is an additional cost, $900. Given how difficult parts are to get at the moment, I wanted to give the frame buyer the option to buy the fork also since they go together well. My intention was to pair the two when I was purchasing them. Fork additional $900; specs: Rock Shox Pike Ult. RC2 DebonAir B4 29" Fork 1.5" Tapered Steerer, 140mm Travel, 15x110mm Boost TA, 42mm Offset

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Jun 10, 2021 at 12:14
Jun 10, 2021
Bike Check: Amaury Pierron's Prototype Commencal Supreme - Leogang World Cup DH 2021
Quite possibly the most beautiful bike at Leogang this weekend. No doubt it’s going to be as fast as it looks. Well done, Commencal. [insert slow clap]
Mar 10, 2021 at 16:02
Mar 10, 2021

Industry Nine (i9) Torch hubset 28H - boost

$425 USD
I9 Torch hub set: -15x110mm front -12x148mm reach -XD Driver -28 spoke count -6 bolt Additional notes: The bearings and everything appear to be in good condition. I live in SoCal and don’t wash my bikes so water in the bearings typically isn’t an issue. Has that beautiful i9 sound. Regarding shipping to Canada, I’m considering it but I did have a bad experience with someone claiming they didn’t get their brakes despite Canadian Post saying otherwise. As a result, I have some trepidation and a shipping service like UPS/FedEx will need to be used. Let me know if you have any questions.

Mar 8, 2021 at 18:06
Mar 8, 2021

Norco Optic - Large frame; 125mm

$2050 USD
Norco Optic 2020; size Large; 125mm travel Including -Rubber grommets & hose guides -Headset and bottom bracket, both of which worked fine when disassembling the frame but I’m not guaranteeing anything given that they’re fairly inexpensive to replace -OneUp Purple grips in very, near new condition Frame has about 600-800 miles on it. Has normal wear marks from riding. There are a few marks around the water bottle mount from a OneUp pump mount flexing causing rub from that and the pump. I recently (about 3 rides ago) performed the basic air can service on the rear shock. If the frame is to be shipped, then BikeFlights will most likely be the carrier. Additional note: If you’re not familiar with this bike, it was Pinkbike’s Bike of the year. Mike K loved it.

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Feb 19, 2021 at 19:33
Feb 19, 2021
Check Out: Tools, Knit Shoes, Casual Clothing, & More
Interesting to read feedback from a shop. As a home user, I’ve not been particularly happy with mine and figured maybe it was just me.
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Feb 15, 2021 at 7:40
Feb 15, 2021
Terra Launches $180 Stem that Weighs 99 Grams
Perhaps lighter but probably not cheaper. An A35 stem can regularly be bought for $145 or less. Ti bolts for the i9 are $25 or less. (Still probably not as light as the stem above.)
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Dec 2, 2020 at 12:08
Dec 2, 2020
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Dec 2, 2020 at 9:43
Dec 2, 2020
Video: Stumpjumper vs Trance X vs Mojo vs P-Train vs Blackthorn - Field Test Round Table
I would also like a comparison of the Stumpy vs the Optic. I own an Optic, its a great bike, but its a tad bit heavy for being my "small" bike for big days.
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