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Aug 22, 2018 at 17:35
Aug 22, 2018
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Aug 22, 2018 at 17:29
Aug 22, 2018

Yeti SB4.5 Carbon 29 Enve, Eagle XX1 Gold, DVO, Enve

$6500 USD
Yeti SB4.5 Carbon 29 (this is the same as the to Turq. model for weight and carbon layup) DVO Diamond boost 29", green (matches the Yeti paint perfectly) Gold Chris King headset and gold spacers SRAM Eagle XX1 1x12 Gold Groupset, shifter, cassette 50T, rear derailleur and chain DT Swiss XMC 1200 carbon wheels (boost) Enve stem and bars Rock Shox Reverb dropper post Race Face Next SL crankset black Race Face Chain ring 28T black SRAM Guide Ultimate brakes, front and rear **No pedals included** Excellent condition, lightly ridden (under 350 km). Only only small pencil tip paint chip on the lower non drive side chainstay. Easily the nicest mountain bike I have ever owned. Was consistently complimented on the bike several times every ride.

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Aug 6, 2018 at 10:45
Aug 6, 2018

Merlin XLM titanium 29 Mountain Bike XX & Enve

$3999 USD
Excellent condition. Gently used. Size medium. -Full SRAM XX group set that will include grip shift plus brand new trigger shifters that will be included if you prefer triggers. -Enve XC carbon 29 wheelset with DT 240 hubs. -Rock Shox Sid World Cup carbon fork 29'r -Enve carbon bar and seat post. -Easton stem -Schalbe Racing Ralph tires -Chris King turquoise headset and bottom bracket. Easily a $10k build. Get it here for less than half for a very lightly used legendary 29’et hardtail. No pedals included in this auction. A couple years ago, Competitive Cyclist bought the Merlin brand, then sat on it. Then they were bought by Backcountry.com and moved from Arkansas to Utah. Since then, the brand relaunched under the new parentalship of Backcountry at NAHBS with the Extralite road bike. It, like the Merlin XLM 29er hardtail are made in the USA from US-sourced titanium. This is Merlin’s first 29er, and gets all the modern features like tapered headtube, PFBB30 and 12×142 rear axle. Tubes are a mix of 3/2.5 double butted titanium. They use a Paragon dropout built for Shimano’s thru axle.

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Aug 2, 2018
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Jun 22, 2018 at 13:32
Jun 22, 2018
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Jun 22, 2018 at 13:32
Jun 22, 2018

Merlin Empire Road Bike w full Enve & Campy 80th Group

$3999 USD
Merlin Empire Carbon Frame. Hand built in Italy from Sarto. Frame Size: 57 cm Comes with Limited Edition Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Groupset Enve stealth bars, stem, seatpost. Prologo saddle. Enve 3.4 Smart Clincher Wheelset with black Chris King R45 hubs. Easily a $10K-$12K USD build here. *Pedals and toolkit not included. Ridiculously light, fast and beautiful execution of one of the last hand built in Italy frames. Only 1000 km's of use (half a season in 2016), almost brand new, pristine condition. About the Merlin Empire: It's common for any new project's name to evolve with the development process, with the final selection organically arising near final production. So when you have a label known as much for its manufacturing material of choice as its actual machines, it's crucial that any departure from the norm wears a title to match. That said, enter the Empire. Standing as Merlin's maiden voyage into the carbon realm, it comes fully armed with the engineering prowess revered by so many, along with a platform that's been built from the ground up by a team of cyclists and composite experts determined to deliver the best carbon road machine on the planet. The new design pays homage to Empire Pass, one of the most difficult climbs in North America, which served as prime testing grounds for the new this UCI-approved, EN-certified frameset. Coming from the world of titanium, Merlin knew that the root of any sound frame design begins not only with material selection, but also tube shape. So, for its inaugural carbon fiber endeavor, Merlin's US design team partnered with a group of Italy's top carbon engineers at for the handmade construction of the Empire. First glance reveals that, while not titanium, the Empire's sleek tubes flow in a manner reminiscent of metal. Absent are the aggressive swoops and curves commonplace on so many of today's road bikes, which, to Merlin, are seen as unnecessary to the overall function of the machine. Starting with the most obvious in appearance, the Empire's pencil-thin seatstays draw inspiration from those of the Extralight, but carry a modern ovalized curvature. These have been paired with chainstays that flow from the dropouts into stout, box-section tubes as they move into the bottom bracket junction, resulting in a rear triangle that provides the tuned-compliance necessary for hours in the saddle, along with incredible torsional rigidity. The bottom bracket itself wears an oversized BB86 profile, contributing to an ultra-stiff platform that directs pedaling forces directly to the rear wheel. From this junction, the Empire's large down tube moves up to the tapered, 1 1/2 to 1 1/8in head tube, which is responsible for its rock-solid tracking and stability at speed. Supplementing this razor-sharp handling is ENVE's Road 2.0 fork, which has been given a custom graphic treatment to perfectly match the Empire's stealthy matte-carbon finish. Continuing with the Merlin tradition is the iconic metal head badge, but the Empire gets the royal treatment in that every one is handmade in Pennsylvania. The details continue, complete with a Thomson seatpost collar, replaceable hanger with ultra-rigid sandwiched construction, internal cable routing, and clean graphics throughout. The build kit is equally impressive, as Merlin paired the Empire with ENVE's proven ultra-light Smart System 3.4 Carbon Road Wheelset, road handlebar, seatpost, and stem, along with the previously mentioned 2.0 fork. For the drivetrain, Campagnolo 80th Anniversary 11-speed mechanicle group received the nod, complete with a compact (50/34t) crankset. The machine rolls on Schalbe One clincher tires.

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May 10, 2018 at 21:49
May 10, 2018
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May 10, 2018 at 21:46
May 10, 2018

Borealis Crestone Carbon Frame, Fork, Headset NEW

$1500 USD
Brand new frame with carbon fork, headset and Easton carbon seatpost. Front thru axle and rear thru axle included. This was a brand new frame built up that is being sold frame/fork/headset only. 100% new condition with only very, very slight indication that the bike was even built up. Bike was built but never ridden. Size small. Aspen color (matte blue). There are places in this world ordinary bikes can’t take you. And when every ounce counts, when every pedal stroke drives you further into the wild, get there on the Borealis Crestone. The lightest and toughest carbon fat bike on the market lets you follow northern lights deep into a Wisconsin winter as part of the 42K Solstice Chase, or pack it up for a blitz across the tundra – the Crestone is the premier choice for fat biking fun. As fat biking differentiates itself, carbon rigs are a way to outdistance your fellow riders – both at the trailhead and when deep in the bush where no trails exist. The Crestone is the elite choice. Highlights: - The Crestone is a closed mold, carbon fiber bike frame that represents the most advanced geometry for fat bikes - New impact and fatigue standards to match the demands of riders who might ride a fat bike more aggressively - Totally new frame design developed to be more durable and thrilling to ride, while maintaining an aesthetic becoming of a high performance product - Weighs in at 150 grams less than the Echo - Designed with reduced stand over height, top tube drops by one half inch - Available as frame only or as a frameset which includes a fork Specs: Frame Includes: - chainstay and seatstay protectors - seatpost collar - rear axle and derailleur hanger - rear spacing 197mm Frameset Includes: - Complete headset and compression plug or star nut - Front and rear axle

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