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Aug 17, 2018 at 6:42
Aug 17, 2018

REEB Dikyelous steel 29er (size S) - Frame only

$1250 USD
2017 REEB Dikyelous, steel, size small. These frames are awesome, I have one that I run SS and they have a really nice ride feel to them. They are built in CO by REEB cycles, who is owned by Oskar Blues. Frame is white, the logos/decals can be changed out with different ones available from REEB ( or left the same. The rear is non-boost, threaded BB, headset is included (Cane Creek 110), split chainstay for belt drive, paragon sliders in the back. Frame is in great shape, it was my wife's bike for about 6 months and she's not riding it enough to justify it. The full build pictured is available or I can part it out, as well, open to offers on what you need. Shipping is $35 to lower 48.

Aug 11, 2018 at 14:32
Aug 11, 2018

REEB Dikyelous steel 29er (size S)

$3100 USD
These are fantastic bikes, I ride one setup geared SS and I built this one for my wife to ride shortly after our child was born. The bikes are really well balanced, have a nice feel, and stand out, especially with the color scheme on this bike. The frames are welded in CO, are internally treated for corrosion at the factory, use paragon sliders, and threaded BB. There is a split chainstay for belt drive, if you are inclined towards that. We never intended on selling this bike, but my wife doesn't ride enough to justify owning two bikes and she's gonna be on her FS more. The bike was primarily ridden in DuPont, is well kept, and is approx 9 months old. Frame decals can be changed if they aren't your thing ( are a few options). Build below: Frame: 2017 Reeb Dikyelous steel Headset: Cane Creek 110 - Blue Wheelset: Industry Nine Trail 245 w/ custom color scheme Fork: Rockshox Yari (A Fox 34 Factory with fresh rebuild is an option at another $150) Brakeset: Guide RSC w/ Shimano rotors (180 front, 160 rear) Cranks: Raceface Turbine + BB Chainring: Absolute Black oval 30t Cassette: e13 TRS Race (I'll include the removal tool) Seatpost: KS Lev DX 125mm Saddle: Chromag Trailmaster Bars: Renthal carbon Stem: Thomson Elite Rear mech: SRAM X1 Shifter: SRAM XX1 Front tire: DHF 2.3 3C/EXO Rear tire: Specialized Ground Control 2.3 Fork has no leaks, stanchion scratches, or functional defects, just some scratching on the side of one lower that is cosmetic. Dropper post has no leaks, scratches, or other defects. Brakes were bled recently, no leaks there either. The frame is free of rust, cracks, and dents. BB spins smooth with no notching or bearing issues. Bars are in good condition with no serious crashes or markings. The tires were new when built and have less than 200 miles on them. I have the same wheelset in straight black as an option, as well as a Fox 34 Factory (2016 model) that was just rebuilt. I will swap wheelsets for free, if you don't like the coloring for some reason, or upgrade the fork for an additional $150. Willing to negotiate on partial build or frame only.

shinook RockyMountainBicycles's article
Aug 7, 2018 at 6:25
Aug 7, 2018
shinook danielsapp's article
Aug 6, 2018 at 20:08
Aug 6, 2018
First Ride: 2019 Giant Trance 29
@jclnv: Those bikes will all be on reduced offset within the next 2 years, it's the direction that nearly every company is going. It doesn't mean the standard offset forks aren't fun, it just means it's the next generation of what geo is going to be and it's what works best with the rest of the bike's geometry.
shinook danielsapp's article
Aug 2, 2018 at 5:46
Aug 2, 2018
Review: Enve's New M7 Carbon Handlebar & Stem
My salary isn't anywhere near that high and I bought these bars some time ago. I don't care about the enve name as much as I did their far superior crash replacement policy and the fact I can initiate it myself. The price on their bars really isn't that far off for carbon, either. I crashed hard on a set of RF bars, I wanted to replace them. They apparently have a crash replacement policy but my LBS wasn't aware of it, the other shop I consulted said it's 20% off. So I'm paying ~$140 (depending on where you look) for the bars and I'll get ~$20-$30 off if I crash on them, that's if the shop is willing to request it. Renthal, you are SOL on broken bars, they don't have a crash replacement policy. So I paid an extra $30 over the Raceface bars so that when/if I'm no longer confident in the bars because of an accident, I'm either covered by Enve's policy entirely or, worst case, I pay 50% of the cost ($85) to replace them. That was worth the added $30 to me. TBH, $170 for bars isn't that unreasonable. There are bars on the Santa Cruz site that are the same price, Raceface isn't far off, Renthals are $150. The stem, yea, I'll agree and it isn't for me, but the bars are reasonable and their crash replacement + support is better than any of the others.
Jul 31, 2018 at 7:06
Jul 31, 2018

Quarq Shockwiz

$270 USD
Good condition, kept indoors when not in use and kept out of harsh conditions. The valves have been kept closed and cleaned. Cleaned after every use, comes in original packaging with both hoses, rubber protector, and two zipties. Shipping included, add 3% for Paypal. Only selling because I no longer need to use it.

Jul 27, 2018 at 7:37
Jul 27, 2018

PUSH HyperCoil spring 2.25 x 525

$65 USD
Came on an 11/6, but PUSH sent me the wrong spring size and I ended up buying a higher spring rate. Has sat ever since unused. Good condition, used maybe once.

Jul 27, 2018 at 7:35
Jul 27, 2018

DT Swiss E1700 (Front only)

$80 USD
I bought this off another Pinkbike user and ended up not needing it. The wheel is in good shape, bearings spin smooth, rim is true, no major dings or dents. Spacing is 100x15, hub is DT 350. The E13 sticker can be removed.

Jul 27, 2018 at 7:31
Jul 27, 2018

DVO Topaz 210 x 50

$385 USD
Great condition, a few months old. This has been my second Topaz and they were both awesome, I just decided I wanted to go with a coil this time around. No oil or air leaks, shock is smooth and will come in the original box with volume spacers.

Jul 27, 2018 at 7:18
Jul 27, 2018

Thomson Elite 30.9 x 410

$55 USD
Never used, uncut, bought for a build that specified the wrong seatpost diameter and has sat ever since.

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