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Medium 2016 Nomad CC with ENVE M70s. Bought in 2017 from a friend who rode it for a season. Moved out of Junction to the land of no rocks and haven't ridden it supper hard too many times since; mostly ride it at work when I'm trying to look like I know what I'm doing. Fork: Pike 160mm- rebuilt in 2020 Shock: Vidvid air R2c- rebuilt in 2020 Wheels: ENVE M70 thrity HVs with DT 240 hubs Wrapped in pretty fresh minnos Brakes: Guide RSC- this was the warranty year. Due to extra cool circumstances, no one in South Dakota could warranty the part while I was working up there and someone just gave me a whole new set of brakes. 180mm rotors. Mechs: XO1 x11, Raceface Turbine cranks Chain: relatively new, no measurable stretch Dropper: BRAND NEW KS LEV Integra. Seriously bought 3 rides ago after I busted the Reverb for the third time Pedals: I know they should be orange, but time are tough. CaneCreek Headset and lil Raceface stem This bike freakin rips. Miraculously weighs under 30lbs. Riding this was the first time I felt that feeling of getting towed up a hill and I swore I'd never sell these wheels even when I sold the bike, but here we are. I drive all over the state for work, so I'll meet you wherever for a ride.
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Ti Kona Explosif SS with ENVE M60 40s. Bike is very medium sized and very light- sub 24 lbs last time I weighed it. Put together with all new parts/ new frame in 2019 when I was working in Bailey/ Buffalo Creek and didn't need suspension anymore. Rode the CT both ways on this bad boy. Set up single speed, but with spacer and hanger, so you could drop a 10 or 11 speed cassette in there with relative ease. This bike freaking rips. I have several bikes, so this one never got any undue abuse, but now I'm downsizing a little and it got to go. Brakes: Sram Guide Ultimates with 160mm rotors. Pads replaced ~50 miles ago. Fork: Rock Shox Revelation 120mm, completely rebuilt at GBS in May Single speed: 32x 19 Grips: I know white was a bad idea, but it looked good at the time. Wheels: ENVE M60s with DT 240s and brand new tires. 2.5in high roller II up front and 2.25 Ardent in the back. Bottle cage: super futuristic looking Cane Creek head set I don't remember how wide the bars are and I don't wanna get up, but they're appropriate for the bike Chain: 114-ish miles Crankset: Sram X1 Eagle with the boost thing KS SuperNatural Dropper. Of all the wildly expensive droppers I have bought, this one has by far the least play, pretty close to none. Which is a major disappointment for my other bikes, but good for this one. I drive all over the state for work, so I'll meet you where ever and go for a ride. If you like feeling as if you're drafting on every climb and not having the option of going slow, come check this thing out.
Jul 16, 2021 at 9:52Jul 16, 2021
2013 TR 450 full Saint build- medium. This is the Bike that they're singing about in the song Dracula from Houston; they painted it red, they painted it blue, and now back to polished silver. Bike is in great shape and hardly ridden. A buddy had a full season on it before I inherited it, I moved to Angel Fire with it and promptly broke my hip early in our first season together. It's had a few bike park days since then (less than 10) and some chill shuttle laps (literally less than 20 laps), but I just have never got back to spending a lot of time at the bike park. Fork and shock serviced since last ride, brakes bled since last ride, hub bearings front and rear swapped out last week. I have all 3 Ti springs for the fork, with the blue (medium) in right now, plus an additional 250lb spring for the rear shock with the 450 on right now. Derailleur replaced 4 years ago when I put the original from this bike on my trail bike. Lots of spare new linkage parts/ bushings/ etc. I know it should have blue pedals on it, but they're preoccupied at the moment, so you'll have to get your own. Brakes: Saint- pads good, rear getting a little thin. 200mm Icetech rotors Shifter/derailleur: Saint Fork: Fox 40 RC2 UltraMega Kashima Shock: Fox DHX RC4 Bars: RF Atlas 800mm 20mm rise Tires: Conti Kaisers, you could finish the season on them, but they're ready to be replaced. Cranks: Saint 165 (fun fact, this is the only crank model/year that Shimano never had a warranty claim on) Chain Guide and Bash Guade: MRP MRP MRP Cassette and chain are both pretty fresh, effectively 0 stretch Hubs/ Wheels-Fr 600/ DT 440 rear, FR 6.1D DT 340 up front. Tubeless ready, but tubed right now for infrequent riding. Thompson Seatpost and saddle. Bike is tiiiiiight. It's up in Winter Park, so come grab it for a test and rip it at the bike park; can probably get you a free lift ticket for a day. This bike is not for racing, it wasn't made to go straight in the air or on the ground. It's more for partying. Super good for getting loose, landing sideways halfway into berms, and whips that are held out for way too long. I drive all over the state for work, so I'll meet you anywhere.
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Rooster Red 2015 Transition BLT Bike is in great shape. Bought it new when I was working at Valmont in 2015, ripped it for that summer, and then mostly just occasional DJ afternoons and skate parks since then. Only "damage" are a few kiss marks on the top tube from bringing in along in the trailer to bmx races and stuff. Definitely the easiest bike to manual I've ever been on, probably the easiest in the 26'' world ever built. Likes corners, whips, spins, wall rides, and those really steep tight/tall jumps like at Frisco- not as well-suited for mega big airs as the PBJ or other bigger framed DJs. Bars are hard to spin in the air due to pedal/ front wheel proximity (you will hit your foot with the wheel and die). There's really only two sizes for this frame which are regular (most people) and Mondo (giants)- this one is Regular. Don't ride it a whole lot and don't plan to in the near future so she got to go. Frame: Chromoly Fork: RockSchox Argyle RC with the super stiff spring Chain: Dope KMC half link chain Brake: 160mm rotor and the basest Avid hydraulic brake Tires: super fresh Maxxis High Rollers Cranks: 170mm Transition chromoly 3 piece- think BMX style Pedals: chill composite pedals with plenty of life. Have several sets of other more vicious pedals if you want something else Hubs: go Brrrrrrrr, but not too loud Grips: a little worn Bars/ Stem: KORE big rise Sticker: Says "Death" cuz that's cool I drive all over the state for my boring job, so I'll meet you wherever you wanna rip it at. This bike is sweet, come check it out if you like being sideways in the air.
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