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Dec 29, 2018 at 9:25Dec 29, 2018
Dec 29, 2018 at 9:11Dec 29, 2018
I am letting it go, my favorite bike... I have too many in the garage and the Nomad has been ridden the least. Thats what you get when you but specialized bikes... the Swiss Army Knife just sits there. Mechanic Owned. Custom Build: > Rare Black-Out Matte Factory Color > Complete Matte Frame Wrap Since New (has some dings and scratches in the film, see below for more info) > Santa Cruz Nomad Carbon (it is the CC before there was two versions, labeled C on the top tube) > Industry Nine Custom built Grade Wheels (spin True, Tubless) > Cane Creek DB Air XL > RockShox Lyrik 180mm > RockShox Reverb Stealth Dropper > Maxxis Minion DHF and DHR > Shimano Saints, 203 Ice Tech Rotors > Cane Creek 110 Headset > Custom Graphics > XX1 Cranks and Chain > Spank Oozy Peddles > SRAM GX Shifter, Derailleur and Cassette > Specialized Bar and Stem > Sensus Grips > Mosh Guard Front Fender Included is a bunch of "Extras", Brake Pads, Spokes, Derailleur Hanger, Rotors... The frame has a few marks/scratches on the film, look s way worse in the pictures than in real life... It is most likely the age of the film, maybe time for a re-wrap? That is if it bothers you that much? I took pix of the noticeable scratch/dings. The only actual frame damage is a frame scratch under the top tube protective tape (the pic of the top tube), when I first got the bike I was shuttling with other bikes and a leaver rubbed on the frame causing a scratch pock. I put on the leather frame guard to stop that from happening again. Also, under the bottom tube (next pic) there is a wear spot on the protective film from shuttling. And another ding on the fork (next pic) and as expected some of the edges of the film have peeled up and away, I tried to trim a lot of them but there are a few remaining. On everything else, there are the normal wear/scratches you'd expect for a 2015 bike. Other than that, the bike is in a well maintained and ready to ride condition. Really a shame I have to sell it... PayPal (with fee, add 3%) and FB Payments are OK, I have a box to ship it in, Bike Flights at your cost.
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Dec 7, 2018 at 13:52Dec 7, 2018
Dec 7, 2018 at 13:40Dec 7, 2018
2014 Juliana Furtado Primeiro (Women’s Santa Cruz 5010) - Mechanic Owned - CC Carbon - RockShox Pike 170mm Fork - Fox Factory CTD Kashima Shock Boost Valve - Shimano Deore XT Group Set, Brakes, Shift, Cranks - 180 Ice Tech Rotors - Santa Cruz Limited edition Grips - Specialized Seat, Post and Clamp (post has not been cut) - Fulcrum Red Power HP Wheels - Maxxis Minion DHF Front - Bontrager G5 Team Issue Rear - Suntour VTwo/OS Bars - NS Bikes Stem - Cane Creek Forty Headset - Answer Peddles - Lifetime bearing warranty - Tubeless Ready Priced to sell, Firm. This was my wife’s bike, she rode it about 4 times a year on local XC trails. Its in great condition with way less than the normal nicks and scratches you’d expect for a 2014. Will Ship for cost, Bike Flights. I have a shipping box for it. PayPal (with 3%) or FaceBook transfer accepted.
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Oct 6, 2018 at 9:14Oct 6, 2018
Oct 6, 2018 at 9:11Oct 6, 2018
A like new 2010 Cannondale Moto 5 it has been sitting in a garage waiting for a ride, less than 3 rides on it. Priced to sell, local pickup is preferred, but if you want it shipped I will at your expense. PayPal (add fee) or FaceBook OK for payment. Everything is working and little to no wear and tear, a great long travel trail bike. Great starter bike or for a seasoned vet! Specs: 160mm travel Hubs: Front: Formula 20mm through-axle; Rear: Shimano M475 Rims: Sun Single Track SL Spokes: DT Swiss Champion Tires: Maxxis Ignitor, 26 x 2.35 Brakeset: Hayes Stroker Ryde 180/180mm Shift: SRAM X-5 Trigger Derailleur: SRAM X9 Crank: Truvativ GXP2, 36/22 Pedals: Cannondale Grind Casette: SRAM PG-950, 9-speed: 11-34 Saddle: SDG formula MTR Handlebar: FSA XC-281 Handlebar Stem: Cannondale XC3 Headset: Cane Creek Fork: Rock Shox Domain 302 U-Turn 160-115mm, 1.5 Rear Shock: Fox Float R Factory Description It's a fact of riding: to descend more, you have to climb more. No worries, you've got Cannondale's Moto 5. It rocks a light aluminum frame with a RockShox Domain fork with U-Turn so you can crank the 160mm down to 115mm for the climbs. Out back, Fox supplies their Float R to suck up the hits. Meanwhile the Sun SingleTrack SL rims guide you up and down any trail, every time, while you effortlessly click through your SRAM/Shimano gears. With all this power, you need speed control and contact with the ground (when you're not airing it out) that won't let you down, so you've also got Hayes Stroker brakes and aggressive Maxxis tires. Now go get some.
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Mar 17, 2018 at 13:37Mar 17, 2018
Mar 17, 2018 at 13:30Mar 17, 2018
5 ride take off a 2017 YT Tues, traded up for some I-9s. 20x110mm | 150x12mm Shimano Hub Like new, spin true and look great. Will ship for the actual shipping cost, I have a wheel box I can send them in, or local pickup is fine. PayPal for payment with the added 4% fee. If the ad is up I still have the wheels! Cheers!
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Oct 26, 2017 at 13:20Oct 26, 2017
SRAM - Red Bull Rampage Fantasy Contest 2017
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