Professional mechanic and all around bike nerd at Calistoga Bike Shop
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Dec 3, 2019 at 10:42Dec 3, 2019
Dec 3, 2019 at 10:37Dec 3, 2019
This is my 2019 Specialized Stumpjumper ST 29 (originally the Expert build, $5,000 retail) with upgrades all 'round as follows [NOTE: Bike is pictured with Trust Performance fork, which IS NOT included-will be sold with Rock Shox Pike RC that came on bike] -Switched the Descendant aluminum cranks to Race Face Next R carbon -Switched bar, stem saddle and grips to Deity (Carbon bar, 35mm copperhead stem, speed trap saddle and knuckleduster grips) -Switched Guide R brakes to RSCs -Sram GX rear derailleur to XX1 (Next R cranks-$400, brakes $150 per side, Deity stuff-$290, rear derailleur $200) Total upgrade cost of over $1,000 Wheels are Specialized Roval carbon Bike is in great shape-frame has DYED Bro frame tape on high wear areas, and 3M vinyl on downtube-no major damage or scratches etc. Shock was serviced last week and hasn't been ridden since. For was used for 3 rides before I installed the Trust Performance fork (once again, not included with bike-sold with Rock Shox Pike RC) I split my riding time between 3 bikes, thus this has very few hours on it. Message or text if there is any additional info or photos you would like.
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Mar 20, 2019 at 10:52Mar 20, 2019
Mar 20, 2019 at 10:44Mar 20, 2019
Custom built Santa Cruz Hightower LT with ALL the upgrades. This bike is 100% dialed. Heres the build: XL Hightower LT CC frame with Push Industries Eleven Six rear shock (spring for 155lb rider) Rock Shox Lyrik fork with Push Industries ACS3 coil conversion (spring for a 155lb rider) Rock Shox Reverb stealth 170mm dropper post with Wolf Tooth mechanical conversion Santa Cruz Reserve 30 wheels with Industry 9 hubs Sram Guide Ultimate brakes Race Face Next R carbon cranks with Wolf Tooth chainring SRAM XX1 Eagle derailleur and shifter with XO cassette Deity DC31 Mohawk carbon handlebar Deity Cavity 35mm stem Deity Speedtrap saddle I've also got the One Up components EDC tool installed in the steerer of the fork. Coils on the rear shock and in the fork are for a 155lb rider (myself). All Mountain Style frame guard installed on top tube. I've had this bike for just over a year. I work as a professional bike mechanic and have for 12 years now. This bike has been maintained and taken care of harder than it has been ridden...in excellent mechanical condition. There are the normal wear marks associated with a season of riding, but nothing major or anything that would compromise the integrity of the bike. Included with the purchase is also a Rock Shox Monarch Plus rear shock. I also have the original air spring assembly that came in the fork should you want to switch back to air sprung suspension, although I can say with almost 100% certainty that you wont-the Push stuff is really what makes this bike shine. Currently has Specialized Eliminator Black Diamond tires on it (heavy suckers-like almost 1200g each heavy). She's weighing in at about 33lbs as pictured, however with Maxxis Minion DHR/DHF tire combo that was down at about 31.8. And with the air suspension stuff was just under 30. Really a fantastic do-it-all bike. This bike as built would have sold for $10,600.00.
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Oct 22, 2018 at 15:46Oct 22, 2018
Oct 22, 2018 at 15:45Oct 22, 2018
This bike was built up from a frame in November (almost a year ago) and has a total of 437 miles on it. I've really enjoyed it, but have since replaced it with a different bike that I now need funds to pay for. Build specs are as follows: All City Cosmic Stallion frame (steel) with painted-to-match Whisky fork (carbon of course)-12x142 rear thru axle, 15x100 front Size 61cm. WTB KOM 27.5" wheels with 650bx47 (road plus) tires (WTB Byway) Sram Force 22 Hydro group (Shift/brake levers, front and rear derailleur, carbon 50x34 crank with 11-36 cassette) Whisky Components 0 offset carbon seat post, bottle cages Fabric Scoop saddle Salsa Cowbell handlebars and stem (90mm) Bike weighs in at 22.9lbs. Great for anybody looking to get into the endurance road/cyclocross/gravel bike game. I'll also include with it a pair of Soma Cazadero 650x42 knobby tires (that have 1 ride on them) as well as the pictured SPD pedals. I make my living as a professional bike mechanic-needless to say, this bike in excellent mechanical condition and damn good aesthetic condition. Never been crashed/laid down. There is a small area of paint on the top of the down tube just above the bottle cage where the clear coat has faded but aside from that the frame and fork are perfect. Bike would retail at around $4,400.00 as built. Minimal mileage!
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May 10, 2018 at 9:54May 10, 2018
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May 5, 2018 at 18:30May 5, 2018
May 5, 2018 at 18:28May 5, 2018
2017 Santa Cruz Nomad CC Size Large I'm helping a buddy sell this bike. Specs are as follows: Rock Shox Lyrik RC2 170mm fork Sram XO1 Shifter, rear derailleur and crank, with new GX Eagle cassette and chain Sram Guide RSC brakes with 180mm rotors. Pads replaced 5 rides ago DT Swiss 350 hubs with 240 ratchet mechanism internals Race Face ARC30 rims (rear was replaced 5 rides ago) Santa Cruz carbon bar (800mm width) Rock Shox Reverb 170mm dropper post with 1x remote WTB Volt Ti rail saddle Bike has been professionally maintained as myself, as well as the owner are employed full time at a shop. ALL reasonable offers will be considered. Message if you want more detailed pictures. Text or pink bike message is preferred. If you call, leave a voicemail.
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Sep 14, 2017 at 20:14Sep 14, 2017