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sambs827 brianpark's article
Jul 27, 2017 at 21:41
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Jul 24, 2017
Selling
Jul 23, 2017 at 16:43
Jul 23, 2017

Specialized Rhyme 6fattie/29 frame + extras

$1600 USD
Up for sale is my wife's 2017 Specialized Rhyme (Stumpjumper) alloy frame with Fox Float Kashima Coat rear shock, Rockshox Yari, RaceFace Turbine cinch cranks and Turbine handlebars. I build this bike up for my wife this winter. She rode it twice, then decided that mountain biking just isn't for her and she wants to stick with road biking. Specs: FRAME: 2017 Specialized Rhyme FSR 6Fattie/29, size small, 135mm travel, BOOST 12x148 axle spacing REAR SHOCK: 2017 FOX Factory, Kashima Coat, RX Trail Tune, Autosag FORK: 2017 Rockshox Yari, 35mm stanchions, 150mm travel, 15x110mm BOOST spacing CRANKS: RaceFace Turbine Cinch, Blue 165mm, 28t Narrow/Wide Chainring BOTTOM BRACKET: RaceFace Cinch 30mm STEM: Specialized Mountain 60mm, 6degree rise HANDLEBAR: RaceFace Turbine, blue, 725mm, 3/4" (19mm) rise Built up with a Specialized Command Post and Roval Traverse alloy wheels this was a $4500 build weighing right around 28 lbs. Frame & shock alone were $2,000. Selling everything here $1600 or best offer.

sambs827 KimBrennan's article
May 4, 2017 at 14:43
May 4, 2017
Weight, What? Winners Announced
Ummm .05 lbs and 05 ounces are two very different things.......
sambs827 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 5, 2017 at 13:07
Apr 5, 2017
Ask Pinkbike: Carbon or Aluminum, Norco Sight or Optic?
@Thustlewhumber: carbon fiber presents much of its advantage when dealing with larger, more open shapes (think HT/DT/TT junction or BB area). Was we deal with smaller, tighter shapes and need to build in fittings for suspension hardware, brake mounts, etc the advantages of carbon lessen as production cost (more small, intricate moulds, intricate layup of smaller sheets of carbon) increases. Santa Cruz uses carbon rear end because the entire rear triangle is one piece. Specialized rear triangle is 3 pieces and the cost-benefit numbers just aren't there for most of their frames to have carbon rear ends.
sambs827 mikekazimer's article
Mar 27, 2017 at 8:20
Mar 27, 2017
Specialized S-Works Enduro 29 - Review
Pricing is wrong. 8500 for SW. 6500 for pro. 4500 for elite and 3200 for comp.
sambs827 vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 8:38
Mar 24, 2017
Here's the Latest Long-Travel 29er Fork – Taipei Cycle Show
@MichaelBagby: about the only thing I don't miss about NY.......
sambs827 mikekazimer's article
Feb 21, 2017 at 9:03
Feb 21, 2017
Specialized Air Tool Blast Tubeless Tire Setter - Review
Why no pump? Because most people already have one. $50 is a lot easier to swallow for a "second pump" than $120 for bontrager. We've used it to great success on 700x 33c cx tires, 29×2.3, 650x3, and 26x4.6 tires. It pays for itself real quick.
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