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Oct 20, 2022 at 7:05
Oct 20, 2022

Fuji Auric LT 1.1 M (Industry Nine)

$3000 EUR
Hello, bike has been bought brand new in 2019 and has been ridden for 1.5 seasons. Since August of 2020, it's been mostly hanging on the wall and for the past 2 seasons it's done maybe 3 outings. I was hoping for the interest in riding to come back but it's fading away and I see no point in keeping the bike, unfortunately. The bike is in perfect technical condition, and nearly perfect looks-wise (right brake lever is scratched, otherwise nothing) Specs: Frame: 2020 Auric LT 1.1 size medium (wrapped in helitape since new, paint is immaculate) + new frame bearings Fork: 2020 Lyrik Ultimate (changed the lower legs to brand new red ones because I liked the colour in 2021) + Debonair air shaft upgrade kit (180mm) Rear shock: 2020 Fox Float X2 2pos 205x65 (underwent a full rebuild in 2021, has been barely ridden since) Front wheel: DT Swiss EX511 rim, DT Champion spokes, DT 350 hub (with Torque Caps, original caps also included) Rear wheel: DT Swiss EX511 rim, DT Champion spokes, Industry Nine Hydra hub Front brake: Shimano M8000 lever, Shimano M8020 caliper (4-pot), Saint hose, RT86 XT Icetech rotor in 200mm Rear brake: Shimano M8000 (2-pot), RT86 XT Icetech rotor in 200mm Drivetrain: Shimano XT M8000 11sp rear mech, XT M8000 cassette (11-46), M8000 shifter, KMC X11SL chain (not worn) Crankset: Shimano XT M8000 170mm Tyres: Maxxis Assegai EXO TR 27.5x2.4 (tubeless, brand new) Seatpost: Fox Transfer 175mm (originally got a Factory Kashima one, but exchanged it for a Performance black one as it looks better. Pretty much brand new) + Raceface Turbine R lever (best lever on the market in my opinion) Saddle: WTB Hightail Handlebars: Renthal Fatbar 35mm 40mm rise Grips: Odi Rogue, brand new Stem: Funn Crossfire 35 Additional stuff: Specialized SWAT system in the steerer (the best one with the built in chain breaker) Price is €3000, reasonable offers welcome. Will ship within Europe.

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