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Added 2 photos to CANYON-GRAND-CANYON-AL-80-FOR-SALE
Sep 2, 2015 at 13:10Sep 2, 2015
Sep 2, 2015 at 11:56Sep 2, 2015
Canyon Grand Canyon Al 8.0 Medium 26 inch XC Bike for sale - £600 Super fast XC bike, great fun to ride. Fox Terralogic forks are magic, just been rebuilt/serviced. Geometry of this bike is great for trail riding. Most of the frame still has heli-tape on which was applied before it was ever ridden. Full XT, Fox F100 Terralogic forks, DT Swiss wheels, Formula brakes, Syncros stem, Ritchey bars, Selle Italia seat, internal cables. Weapon. Full Spec: Forks: Fox 32 F100 FIT Terralogic. Rebuilt/serviced a ride ago. Handlebar: Ritchey WCS 660mm - Or can spec flat carbon 745mm bars Stem: Syncros 100mm Seatpost: ABR Racing Shifters: Shimano XT 30 speed Front Derailleur: Shimano XT Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT Shadow Brakes: Formula R1 180/160mm Brake Levers: Formula R1 Cassette: Shimano XT Chain: Shimnano XT Crankset: Shimano XT 42/32/24 Bottom Bracket: Shimano XT Front Wheel: DT Swiss X1700, Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25 Rear Wheel: DT Swiss X1700, Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25
Sep 2, 2015 at 11:44Sep 2, 2015
For Sale: Medium Giant XTC Composite 29er 1 with upgrades. £1100 Bought new in 2013, used as XC race bike for a season and a half so well maintained and not many miles on it, there are some marks here and there but generally in very good condition and a fantastic bike, with many parts being replaced or upgraded recently. Can change some of the spec to suit specific preferences. Spare rear mech hanger included. New unopened fork decals after rebuild. Can sell Hope hoops ZTR Crest 29er race wheels with it too. Full Spec: Forks: Fox Evolution CTD 29", 100mm Travel, QR15, Tapered Steerer - New uppers and service 5 rides ago. Handlebar Giant Connect, Low Riser 690mm - Or can spec flat carbon 745mm bars Stem: Giant Connect SL Seatpost: Giant Connect SL Shifters: Shimano SLX 20 speed or can set up 1x10 Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT Shadow Brakes: Shimano SLX hydraulic disc 160mm Brake Levers: Shimano SLX Cassette: Shimano XT (couple of rides old) Chain: KMC X10 SL w/ Missing Link Crankset: Shimano XT 38/26 or single 36 Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit Front Wheel: Giant PXC 2, Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2.1", Folding Performance Rear Wheel: Easton Haven (couple of rides old), Maxxis Ikon
Added 4 photos to Commencal-Supreme-FOR-SALE
Apr 8, 2013 at 10:27Apr 8, 2013
Apr 8, 2013 at 10:24Apr 8, 2013
"Bought an 09 Supreme in Easter 2010, but then got a warranty replacement of the new 2010 orange frame in October 2010. Therefore, all parts are less than a year old and the frame is only a couple of months old. Only get out at the weekends, and don't get out every weekend so the bike hasn't been ridden that much in the grand scheme of things, so is therefore in sound mechanical condition. Has been covered in bike-tape from new so only 1 or two scrapes as expected on any DH/AM bike. " - wrote that in early 2011 when I was first thinking about selling this bike. It literally hasn't been ridden since as I became all XC and Road, and it just sat in the living room, with me not wanting to get it dirty as in my head I was selling it. In real life however I had never got round to actually advertising it until now, when I kind of need some money and no longer need a bright orange ornament in the front room! The best of both worlds; you can pedal her around all day and then let rip on the DH trails. Really is a fantastic little bike for messing around on, which, lets face it, is what you do unless you're Aaron Gwin! Rides so well, Commencal's suspension is bottomless as I'm sure you'll know! I would love to ride it myself, it was my pride and joy, but I just can't afford to keep it as I want/need some new carbon wheels for the XC yoke! Spec: Frame: S/M Commencal Supreme 6" travel. 1 scratch at the rear right dropout, and a little rubbing at the linkage, but everywhere else has been bike-taped from new. Shock: Marzocchi Roco r Forks: Marzocchi 55r, 6" travel, 2010 open bath internals,serviced late 2010. Wheels: Tech2 EVO DH 135 Switch Wheelset, £170s worth of upgrade. Front has been used about 5 times, rear has just been serviced. 12mm thru axle upgrade on rear. Crankset: Truvativ Ruktion, new bottom bracket in Summer 2010. Upgrade of a 38t Shimano Saint chainring. Chainguide: E13 LG1 upgrade with 40t taco. £110s worth, bought late 2010. Brakes: Avid Code 5s with 2 or 3 sets of spare pads Bars: Answer Pro Taper 780mm DH 1" rise. £60s worth of upgrade, bought late 2010. Stem: FSA Gravity GAP Pedals: Gusset Slim Jim Magnesium. £55 worth of upgrade. Rear Mech: Sram X-7 Shifter: Sram x-7 Grips: Renthal Kevlar. Seat: SDG Belair Seatpost: SDG Overall, this frame alone retails at £1300, and £450 has been spent upgrading it ontop of the fantastic parts that are already on it. Some reviews: http://dirt.mpora.com/news/dirt-100-2011-commencal-supreme-6.html http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/catego...i-dh2-09-34562 Pictures below, although the wheels are now black as in the last photo, I'll get some more photos of it ASAP. Looking for £1000. Email me at hairymon5ter (at) hotmail (dot) com if interested. Thanks, Monty.
Mar 28, 2011 at 11:28Mar 28, 2011
possibly got any pics
Mar 1, 2011 at 14:38Mar 1, 2011
The spec, Frame: GT Ruckus 2.0 Front Wheel: Commencal/Jalco All Mountain '09 Rear Wheel: Same as front, but rim has quite a big flat-spot. Shimano hub is in grand condition though so can include it if you want Forks: Rockshox Pike 426 U-turn 95-140mm travel '09 (lockout isn't working, simple service would sort it out) Crankset: Shimano XT (purchased after Christmas) Bars: Funn Full On 700mm (signed by Ben Reid) Shifter & Rear Mech: Shimano Acera Brakes: Avid Juicy 3 (rear was purchased late last year, front was purchased weeks ago) Seat: SDG Sky Seatpost: SDG Pedals: N/A Not only can you shred the gnar to the power of rad on this absolute dream of a bike, it has been tried and tested from 50 mile road cycles to dirt jumps, to skateparks and xc races and everything in between. It is the very machine(this exact build) on which I won the Irish Cyclocross Championships in my age catergory this winter, ([url]http://img18.imageshack.us/i/16639010150124726090466.jpg/[/url]) and also the machine on which I was selected for the Irish XC squad this year. I have gone to this effort to make sure it is suitable for you, for every application under the sun, and am now ready to pass it on. Yes it may look a little shabby, yes there are some scrapes, but will this slow you down? No. In fact correct me if I'm wrong but, less paint = less weight = even MORE speed? It has been serviced about a month ago, new cables fitted and generally everything tidied up. It is loved, but feared by many. A true do-it-all bike, on which many memories will be made. I am selling it not due to a lack of lust, but a dire need of money. It will be greatly missed by myself and many others. Can throw in some other stuff if needed, e.g chainrings, front mech, shifters, rear mech, bars, etc. Be part of the legacy, leave no regrets, buy it now. Pictures - [url]http://img849.imageshack.us/g/bikey001.jpg/[/url] £350 - needs a new back wheel. (please feel free to ask any questions via email - davidmmontee (at) aol (dot) com)
Feb 22, 2011 at 16:02Feb 22, 2011
Have a classy wheel for sale as I need some money! Really don't want to part with this as it's a fantastic wheel, but needs must: DT 440fr hub with DT 5.1 rim, front 20mm BT, built with DT stainless triple butted spokes. Slight problem in that there's a bit of a huge dent in the rim, so you'd definitely want to replace the rim before using it, but that won't cost much at all. Hub runs with a bit of noise, although my local bike shop said it didn't need a service yet so unless you're awfully picky it'l be grand! For sale to you for £80. RRP of the hub alone is £190!! http://yfrog.com/h28qkouj http://yfrog.com/h3czxhmj http://yfrog.com/h2x9blxj
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