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Oct 31, 2020 at 23:00Oct 31, 2020
Oct 31, 2020 at 22:54Oct 31, 2020
Cleaning out the garage of spare parts and was able to put together a complete bike from other projects that never got off the ground. Starts with the intense tracer 2 frame that can swap between 145mm and 160m of rear travel based on the rear shock mounting location for the cane creek double barrel air shock with climb switch. The rock shox revelation 150mm travel fork has dual air and not a mark on the stanchions (I think I still have the box for this, might be new old stock). other parts include 10 speed XT drive train, 11-32 tooth cassette, hayes hydraulic brakes, bontrager 35mm handlebar, cane creek headset cups, and I think deore cranks. Some scratches in the paint on the chainstay, top tube and side of the down tube as expected for a frame of this age but no cracks and overall in excellent shape. Great starter FS bike that can be ridden on most trails as is but easy to upgrade over time as you make the bike yours. Can even jump up to 27.5 wheels with dropout kits from Intense. Grips and pedals aren't included, as I was just testing out suspension and shifting with them on it. Let me know if you have questions, thanks!
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May 14, 2020 at 14:37May 14, 2020
May 3, 2020 at 12:45May 3, 2020
Have an eye on another project so letting this one go. This is a medium sized 2015 Santa Cruz Bronson v1 alloy frame with Rockshox Pike RCT3 150mm travel fork up front and Fox float CTD in the back. It comes nicely set up with Shimano XT hydraulic brakes, 180mm rotors front and back, rockshox reverb dropper post (150mm travel), FSA gravity DL headset, carbon pro taper bars, kore stem. The 1x10 drivetrain consists of XT hollowtech cranks, SLX rear shifter and SLX rear derailleur, 10spd, 11-36 cassette, and 30tooth narrow wide chain ring. Wheels are non boost (15x100 front, 12x142 rear) with Vittoria Deamion 27.5 rims and Maxxis Minion DHF tires. Has scratches to the paint as would be expected for a 5 year old bike but everything is just cosmetic with no cracks in the frame. The worst of it is underneath the bottom bracket shell (circular flat spot) and on the lowers of the fork but my bike shop assured me there was nothing structurally to worry about. Frame pivots smoothly and bearings feel good. Minor scratches in the pike stanchions but haven't noticed any effect on the seals. Please see pictures and let me know if there are other questions. Bike will NOT come with the pedals (unless you want to add another $35 so I can replace them). If the buyer is local, in the spirit of social distancing, payment via Applepay, Zelle, or Paypal (you cover the 4% fee) only. Otherwise willing to ship at buyers expense (send me your zip code and I could get an estimate via bikeflights). if the ad is up, it is still for sale.
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Feb 29, 2020 at 13:04Feb 29, 2020
Feb 29, 2020 at 13:00Feb 29, 2020
Trying to clear up space in the garage for another project so letting this bike go. This is a 2010 transition covert (medium) with Rockshox Lyrik RC2L coil spring fork with adjustable travel from 120-160mm. The rear shock is a fox rp23 which needs some adjustment since the lockout lever doesn't change the stiffness but it holds air and works perfectly fine in the open setting. Has a 1x10 drivetrain with SRAM X7 10 speed shifter and rear derailleur, 30 tooth raceface narrow wide chain ring, and 11-36 cassette. Other parts include sram guide R brakes with 180/160mm rotors, wellgo aluminum pedals, truvative hussafelt stem, kore rivera riser bar. Bike has many scratches to the paint as seen in the pictures. The paint damage is purely cosmetic as there are no cracks/dents in the frame and the suspension moves freely without creaking. If you are looking for a bombproof ride by an awesome local company, then send me a message!
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Feb 18, 2020 at 9:33Feb 18, 2020
Feb 18, 2020 at 9:29Feb 18, 2020
Built this for my wife but the geometry is a bit too aggressive and now looking for a XC oriented bike for her. This started with a medium (17") Kona Dawg bike with marzocchi XC600 TST2 140mm front fork and Fox float rp2 rear shock (7.875x2.25"). Stanchions on fork and rear shock are very clean with no scratches and the lockout levers work well. Upgraded it to a 1x10 drive train with the shimano XT rear derailleur with clutch, SLX shifter, FSA crankset, and shimano zee 36tooth front chain ring. Other parts include shimano deore hydraulic brakes, 160mm disc brake rotors, mavic crossride rims, wtb mutano 2.4 tires. Frame has minor scratches as expected, the worst is around the chain stay (see pics) but no dents or cracks and overall the paint still looks great! I'm inclined to keep the ODI grips and pedals for her so those are not included. Prefer a local sale but would ship if buyer wants to cover that.
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Jan 25, 2020 at 12:23Jan 25, 2020
Jan 25, 2020 at 12:20Jan 25, 2020
Finally got a new bike and so selling my Kona king kikapu (small). The fox float RLC 100mm travel fork has marks on the lowers but the stanchions are clean, the fox RP3 rear shock stanchion is pristine as well but the propedal lever doesn't change the compression much (didn't bother me as I didn't notice pedal bob). 3x9 set up with Shimano XT front and rear derailleurs, raceface cranks, hayes stroker hydraulic brakes, 160mm rotors front/rear, raceface handlebars and stem. Maxxis 2.35 in the front and michelin gripper 2.0 in the back have good life left in them. Ready to ride and a perfect bike to get into the sport without breaking the bank! prefer a local deal but can have it packed up and shipped at buyer's expense.