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K2 Daniel Franck Whales 157

$400 USD
Basically a K2 happy hour with limited edition art pulled from old school shredder Daniel Franck's signature board. The layup is a touch stiffer than a stock happy hour, so you can really pop. New in shrink wrap. I nabbed one since it's a limited edition but sadly I need a wide and this is standard width. Ride with 90s style on new school tech!

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Specialized Fuse Expert Carbon 6fatty

$1800 USD
2017 Specialized Fuse Expert Carbon 6fatty, black with red stripe, XL This was a blast to ride last season! Light weight, efficient pedaling, tons of traction. I was only able to ride 'er about a month and a half before the wisconsin weather got too cold and I got too busy. This was the perfect hardtail to rip around the relatively tame trails of southeastern wisconsin. But alas, it's time to go full-squish so I need to up-cycle my cycle. All components are in excellent condition, and have been maintained by me and my LBS. I honestly rode this rig maybe 200 miles this last season. The fork stanchions are smooth, scratch free, and the seals have been lubed. Chain has plenty of life and the drivetrain shows minimal wear. The saddle has a bit of wear on the nose, but only goes through the top layer of the plastickey coating. Tires have plenty of life as well; there's clearly some wear, but the siping is still crisply defined and the edges of the knurls are still square edged. The tires are set up tubeless, they might need some fresh sealant by the time you get 'em on the trail. The frame is almost pristine with two exceptions: Its hard to see in the photos but the sides of the top tube have been worn smooth, from the original matte finish into a sort of satin finish. There is also a pretty nasty scratch in the top tube [shown in the pictures] it goes through the paint down to the primer. Funny story, I run my brakes super low on the bars, so when I caught a rut and the bars twisted, the metal nut on the brakes left that nasty gouger there. The s.w.a.t. comes with all the original bits: door, cage, multitool, chain tool, spare link, two different velcro tool bags, and I have a brake lever rebuild kit that I picked up before I learned that sram brakes just need to be bled more often. Ok, finally the components: fox rhythm 34 fork - 120mm travel sram x1 derailleur sram xx1 shifter sram 11 speed chain raceface turbine cranks raceface narrow wide chainring shimano m-8000 10-42 cassette sunringlé [super loud] hubs set up with a boost spacer alex rims xm35 rims maxxis rekon 2.8" rear tire specialized ground control 3" front tire raceface turbine bars specialized sipgrips sram Guide R brakes and brake levers ?? brake rotors, pretty sure they're just some oem specialized rotors 200mm from 180mm rear specialized stock stem specialized command post dropper wtb saddle 143mm width specialized bennie alloy platform pedals

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Aug 1, 2017 at 21:19
Aug 1, 2017
Too Long? Too Slack? Not Enough? – Pinkbike Poll
frankly, a lot of people want the slacker geo for the wilder trails that are being built, but a lot of people don't realize that those just might not be the trails they're riding. The industry moving their geo in this direction is because people started asking for it, but frankly I think a lot of people are asking for something they don't need.
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