Added 14 photos to Pivot-Firebird
Aug 13, 2017 at 14:11Aug 13, 2017
Aug 13, 2017 at 14:06Aug 13, 2017
You are looking at a nearly-new, flawless dream build of the most coveted bike of 2017: the 170mm travel Pivot Firebird, featuring full factory (Kashima) Fox suspension, Reynolds Enduro carbon wheels with Industry Nine hubs, and a full XX1 drivetrain. I spared no expense: this is the $9000 XX1 Team build. Literally every piece of kit on this bike is perfect. I purchased this bike brand-new in June and rode it for one week. I've been traveling the rest of the summer, and have too much travel scheduled the next several months to justify this beauty gathering any dust. Look at the tread on the original tires—that's how little it's been ridden—and realize that this bike for this price is a crazy deal. (If you bought this from a California dealer, it would be $9800 with tax!) Price is firm and is cash-only. Look on my profile to see I am reputable and have sold some great bikes on Pinkbike over the years. I take care of my stuff. Mountain biking is a small community and it's important we treat each other right. Read on for the drool-worthy detailed build spec: Frame: Firebird Carbon, size large Shock: FOX FLOAT X2 FACTORY KASHIMA Fork: FOX 36 FACTORY 27.5" 170mm - Boost Wheels: Pivot / Reynolds Carbon 27.5 Enduro Hubs: Industry Nine (I9), BOOST front and rear Tires: MAXXIS Minion DHF WT 27.5X2.5 DHRII WT 27.5x2.4 TR Crankset: XX1 Eagle Carbon 30T Derailleur: XX1 Eagle 12Spd Shifters: XX1 Eagle 12Spd Cassette: XX1 Eagle 10-50 12Spd Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimate (180mm rotors) Post: FOX Transfer 150mm dropper Bar: Phoenix Carbon Riser 800mm (35mm diameter) Headset: Pivot Grips: WTB Lock On Stem: Phoenix Trail Enduro 40mm (35mm diameter) Seat: Pivot WTB Vigo Team MSRP: $9000 + tax Pedals not included
Added 12 photos to Santa-Cruz-Nomad-medium
Jun 14, 2016 at 17:05Jun 14, 2016
Jun 14, 2016 at 16:52Jun 14, 2016
You are looking at my beautiful Nomad CC custom build featuring top of the line carbon 35mm Derby All-Mountain wheels laced to DT Swiss Hubs with custom-colored nipples, XTR 1x11 drivetrain, FOX RC2 fork set at 170mm, Chris King headset, Saint M820 brakes, Next SL crankset, SIXC carbon cockpit, and more. Frame has protective custom finish. My upcoming travel schedule means my loss is your deal. Look at my seller history; I'm reputable and take care of my stuff. Price is FIRM—the build value is pushing $9K. A note about the CCDB Air: this thing rides PHENOMENALLY. The tune is perfect for the Nomad. Blows the standard Monarch Plus away. A note about the Fox 36: this is the one to buy, as it can be set at 160, 170, or 180 mm of travel. (Compare this to a standard 160mm Fox 36, which cannot be set above 160.) The details: Santa Cruz Nomad CC frame (medium) Headset: Chris King in mango finish (note seat collar, spoke nipples, and ODI grips are a perfect match and look killer with the Fox 36 orange graphics) Fork: Fox 36 RC2 set at 170MM (means it can be lowered to 160 or raised to 180!) Shock: Cane Creek Double Barrel Air with climb switch (CS) Brakes: Shimano Saint M820 Rotors: Shimano Ice Tech 180/180 Shifter: XTR Derailleur: XTR 11x Cassette: XX1 10-42 Chain: XX1 Crankset: Race Face Next SL Stem: Race Face Atlas 35 50mm Seatpost: KS Lev dropper paired to XTR remote Saddle: SQlab 611 Handlebar: Race Face SIXC carbon 780mm Rims: Derby 35mm All Mountain carbon, custom laced built by the Bike Co. Hubs: DT Swiss Tires: Onza / Schwalbe Pedals: not included Contact via text or Pinkbike. Thanks.
Jan 1, 2016 at 7:09Jan 1, 2016
(REPOSTED FOR SALE. BIKE WAS TAKEN OFF MARKET DUE TO CHANGING TRAVEL SCHEDULE BUT IS NOW BACK ON MARKET. THANKS.) You are looking at a perfect dream build of an Ibis HD3. I built this bike up in August, rode it for two weeks, and then traveled for the month of September. It has 6 - 8 rides on it. I built this up myself and sourced every component band new. It truly is a perfect dream build. Frame was purchased from reputable authorized Ibis dealer and is unregistered with Ibis, so warranty should be good to go for you. I have a year of travel scheduled with work and will not get to ride this bike as I'd hoped. Simple as that. The build: Frame: Ibis HD3 Size Large, matte black Shock: Cane Creek DB Inline Fork: Rock Shox Pike 160 Wheelset: Ibis 741 carbon (warm silver decals included) with DT Swiss rear hub Shifter: SRAM XX1 Cassette: XX1 Chain: XX1 Derailleur: XX1 Crankset: Race Face Next SL Stem: Race Face Atlas 35 50mm Bar: Race Face SIXC carbon 800mm Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimates Rotors: SRAM Centerline 200/180 Seat: WTB Volt Titanium Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF Seatpost: Rock Shox Reverb 150 Stealth Headset: Cane Creek Water bottle cage: Arundel Carbon Grips: Troy Lee Designs Bike has 6-8 rides worth of small cosmetic scratches: on the fork, cranks, etc. See pics. Bike is obviously in amazing condition. Steerer tube is uncut. Carbon spacers. Pedals are not included. Cash preferred, but Paypal welcome (you must pay any Paypal fees). Local pickup only.
Added 3 photos to Bongrager-G5
Oct 13, 2015 at 14:48Oct 13, 2015
Oct 13, 2015 at 14:46Oct 13, 2015
For sale are two brand new Bontrager G5 Team Issue tires, never mounted, still tagged. 650B / 27.5 size. Price is $80 for BOTH tires ($40 each). These retail for $75 each. I won these in a raffle. Will not ship due to size and hassle. Thanks.
Added 2 photos to EVOC-Tailgate-Pad
Oct 9, 2015 at 10:24Oct 9, 2015
Oct 9, 2015 at 10:24Oct 9, 2015
For sale is my EVOC tailgate pad. This is the larger of the two available sizes. Used it in my Ram 1500 pickup, was amazing, but I've since sold my truck and the pad is now relegated to my garage. So pick this super nice pad up for your truck for $50. Has some fading from sun exposure and some scuffs but in 100% working order. Price non-negotiable, this is way less than half of retail. Cash only, local pickup only. I'm in Laguna Beach.
Added 3 photos to Crank-Brothers-Mallet-DH
Oct 8, 2015 at 14:22Oct 8, 2015
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