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Nov 8, 2009 at 3:02
Nov 8, 2009

Orange 223 IBS, Small, Green

$950 GBP
2005 Orange 223 IBS (Independent Braking System) which means it has a linkage piece that the brake is mounted onto to prevent brake jack due to the bike being single pivot, this helps braking in rougher conditions Frame: Small Orange 223 IBS British racing green 2005 (the one without the weak weld, unlike the 2004 rear ends which tended to snap quite a lot) Shock: Fox Vanilla R, 400lbs Forks: 2008 Rock Shox Boxxer Team internals inside 2005 Boxxer World Cup lowers with one 2008 stanchion, the other being the original chrome 2005 one Brakes: Hope Mono M4 front and back with 203mm Aztec rotors Rims: Mavic Ex 823 tubeless compatible Hubs: Hope Bulb front and rear Spokes: DT Swiss Black ones Cranks: Middleburn RS7's, 170mm, very light! Chainguide: MRP World Cup 40t Rear Mech: Sram X-9 medium cage Shifter: Sram X-9 Headset: Chris King No Threadset Stem: Easton Vice Handlebars: Funn Full On 710mm 25.4mm 30mm rise bars Grips: ODI X- treme elements lock ons Cassette: Shimano one, not sure what model but 11-27t i believe Chain: Sram Chainring: Blackspire 38t Tyres: Maxxis 2.5 Super Tacky Silkworm Tubeless compatible High Rollers Seat: SDG Bel Air Seatpost: Easton Ea70 Seat Clamp: Green Hope quick release This bike has been well looked after and maintained regularly, I have stuck small felt strips on the frame under the IBS arm and put a rubber washer in where the IBS arm joins the frame to keep the noise down. The shock bushings are on their way out so I have included some new ones. The forks have been serviced by TF within the last 6 months and I have serviced them a few times since then so they are running very nicely. Due to both the rims and tyres being tubeless compatible you can run this bike tubeless very easily, though it has tubes in at the moment. The rims are very true and extremely strong and can handle anything you throw at them. The bike does have scratches on as you would expect from a raced bike that has been on uplifts etc, however, this doesn’t affect performance in any way. The bike weighs just about 40lbs. All in all this is a very nice bike that corners well and really comes to life on the rougher terrain. Price: £950 If you have any more questions pm me on here or e-mail me at

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Nov 7, 2009 at 9:30
Nov 7, 2009
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Jun 22, 2009 at 8:00
Jun 22, 2009
wanna buy it??

Dec 12, 2008 at 12:17
Dec 12, 2008
durka durka mohhamed jihad!.
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Mar 30, 2008 at 17:43
Mar 30, 2008
you commented on one of my pics i took up at porc of a guy named rob, i found a half decent pic of you from that race as well....i put it in my 'porc' photo album if u wana take a look?
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Mar 19, 2008 at 3:20
Mar 19, 2008
hey, nice bikes and riding!
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