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Yeti 303 RDH - size M

$800 GBP
Selling my Yeti 303 RDH 2009. I haven't ridden this bike for over a year hence the sale, and the relatively low asking price reflects the condition of the bike, despite the desirable and expensive nature of Yetis. This is a used downhill bike so it's obviously not going to be in pristine condition, but overall having had essentially no use for the last 3 years (except 2 race weekends) it is in good working order. The fork is in need of some tlc/replacing one of the stanchions as the left upper leg is pretty worn (see photo), but the rest of the bike is in good working order having been fully serviced recently before sale. There is also a minor dent in the top tube from a fall (see photo), but it's pretty small and obviously doesn't affect the frame in any way. Spec is as follows: Yeti 303 RDH frame size M Fox DHX5 shock Rockshox Boxxer Race 2009 Hope Tech M4 brakes front and rear (203mm rotors F&R) Mavic 521 on Hope Pro II front wheel Nukeproof rear wheel Maxxis Swampthing tyres Raceface atlas bars FSA Gravity Chainset. Funn Stem SRAM X9 super short cage mech will be fitted (not pictured) SDG I Fly saddle + I beam post (the saddle is a bit torn which I didn't do) This is a great first/cheap downhill bike, the price solely reflects the condition of the fork, the rest of the bike is in great working order and has been well maintained (I work in a bikeshop)

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Sep 10, 2012 at 11:16
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I can't tell on my laptop screen as it is washed out, so don't want to get over saturated looking shots if I push it too far, guess I didn't gamble far enough with this one

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Jul 29, 2012 at 12:29
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I just look on maps to find bridleways over passes or up mountains rather than footpaths then go on youtube to see if they have a helmetcam of them, it works well usually. There are probably tons more good trails to ride in the lakes, it's just a bit riskier using the footpaths as skidding down them is the kind of thing that could start giving us a bad name on camera.

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