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I have a 2016 Trek Superfly 9.9 for sale. The bike has been raced, but is well taken care of. --Full XTR drivetrain and brakes --RXL wheels, XR2 tires (not pictured) --Fox 32 w/ remote ctd --Weighs under 22 pounds with current tire setup, under 21 with lighter tires. --Different saddle (prologo) and grips (ODI) but the rest is the same as in the picture. Text me with any questions. Currently in Santa Cruz
Oct 2, 2015 at 19:21Oct 2, 2015
I have for sale a 2014 S-Works camber, full xx1 drivetrain with traverse sl wheels and a lowered 130mm fox 36, custom tuned by fox. This is an incredibly fast bike that rips on the downhills and climbs incredibly well. Other parts include: Odi 750mm bars/50mm stem Command post WTB Trail Boss 2.4 tough/high grip tires OR Butcher/Slaughter 2.3 combo (command front, grid rear) Xt trail brakes WTB Devo saddle The bike is really fun to ride. It comes with the stock camber geo (non-evo) but the 130mm fork puts the head angle in the 67.5-68 degree range. The suspension is incredibly plush for how relatively little travel there is. A bike like this makes a lot of practical sense; one that blasts up the climbs, but can take any gnarly descent you throw at it. 27.8 pounds as is with 1100g tires and lots of sealant- I typically ride it with lighter tires and less sealant, which puts it at around 26.5 pounds.
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But... Why? The 26" Uprising is absolutely incredible, I don't see a slightly larger wheel size improving upon it too much. Especially because the rear triangle is such a tight fit, it would be reasonable to think that Evil would have to considerably lengthen the chainstays to fit bigger wheels.
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I have for sale a size Medium/Long Evil Uprising. The bike is an absolute ripper that can take anything in its path, yet still has a very stable climbing platform for pedaling back to the top. If you are into all mountain riding, "enduro" racing, or want a bike that can handle laps in the bike park, this is the perfect bike. -Light Bicycle 38mm wide Carbon Rims- Super stiff and allow for insanely low tire pressures with the Hans Dampf SG tires mounted -Fox 36 Talas- Feels amazing, this one is super stiff and very plush -Fox Float X -XT drivetrain, saint cranks -XT brakes with SLX levers -Shimano PRO 35mm stem/780mm wide bars -Reverb seatpost with WTB Devo Ti saddle I'm selling it because of sponsorship conflict. This bike is extremely fun and extremely fast.
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