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Foundry Flyover - Titanium

$3100 CAD
Foundry Flyover Titanium bike - Size: 59 Bike is in superb condition. I've pedaled around 1000 km's on the bike and haven't ridden it since last October due to a muscle injury. I've gone back and forth about selling it and even posted it once before but my recovery will be longer than anticipated so it's unfortunately time to sell it. Rear derailleur is Rival long cage and has at most a couple hundred km's on it. I also have almost brand new Schwalbe G One tires (38mm) mounted front and rear. Originally I had an Apex derailleur but hated it so I upgraded. More specs: - Thru axles front and rear, internal cable routing and is Di2 Ready - Almost brand new Schwalbe G-One front and rear 700x38 - Rival hydro shifters, brakes, and rear derailleur - Whisky carbon no. 9 thru axle fork - the best fork, it's stiff and responsive but flexes for bumps. It does a great job of taking the stress out of the wrists and shoulders - Praxis Zayante crank arms with 42 tooth ring - 175mm - DT Swiss R460 wheelset - Ritchey carbon seatpost (amazed at how it reduces road vibrations) - Ritchey 90mm stem with Salsa cowbell bar (not sure on the width, I think it's a 42 though) - Fabric Scoop shallow saddle with titanium rails in 142mm width - Total weight comes in around 18.5 - 19 lbs. *** Never raced cyclocross but could see how it would be a sweet ride for something like that. The ride is snappy and fun, just like you'd expect from this titanium beast. *** Does not come with seat, seatpost or pedals

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kidreger pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 12, 2019 at 20:22
Mar 12, 2019
Voting Closed for the FINAL ROUND of the 2018 Pinkbike Photo of the Year Contest
A wise photo editor once told me while reviewing my portfolio, "If your grandma/grandpa could take that photo then it shouldn't be in your portfolio." The same logic should be applied to POY. I agree Tobias Handcock, the trees absolutely got robbed. The two landscape photos in the final 4 are really nice photos, I actually voted for them throughout the competition. Are they POY worthy though? I suppose time will tell... Best of luck Sterling!!!
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