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Evil Offering, Medium, Pike, Super Deluxe, GX Eagle

$3800 USD
REVISED 04/18/20 2019 Evil Offering, complete bike, $3800 USD, PLUS shipping fees Bike was ridden in 2019, and is in good used condition. It has typical wear and tear from a season of riding, but it's all cosmetic, except for wear items like tires, brake pads, grips, etc. The bike is solid, and buyer can return for full refund of purchase price (not including shipping fees) if dissatisfied. Medium Frame (Geo info from Evil’s site), in GOOD USED condition: • 66* HA, 76* SA (in X-Low setting, w 140mm fork) • 462mm reach, 620mm stack, 611mm effective (horizontal) TT, 432mm ST, 430mm chainstays, 114mm HT • For riders approximately 5’-8” to 6’-0” tall Components: • Rockshox Pike RCT3 Fork, 140mm travel, 51mm offset, Charger 2 damper, Debonair air spring, in VERY GOOD USED CONDITION. * Fork travel can be increased to either 150mm or 160mm travel by swapping current Solo Air Shaft with a new longer $30 Solo Air Shaft • Rockshox Super Deluxe RCT Shock, in VERY GOOD USED CONDITION • SRAM GX Eagle 12 Speed Drivetrain, in GOOD USED CONDITION • SRAM GX Eagle Boost Crankset, 32 T, DUB bottom bracket, in GOOD USED CONDITION • SRAM Guide RS Brakes, 180 mm rotors, in GOOD USED CONDITION • Mercury Enduro Boost Alloy Wheelset, 30mm internal width, in FAIR USED CONDITION • Crank Brothers Highline Dropper Seatpost, 125mm travel, in GOOD USED CONDITION • RaceFace bar & stem, WTB saddle, in GOOD USED CONDITION • Pedals NOT INCLUDED

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Evil Following V1 Medium

$2750 USD
Medium (frame geometry, per Evil's site: 419mm reach, 608mm stack, 606 mm effective top tube length, 432mm seat tube length) Evil Following V1 (2016) In very good condition (owned by a 50+ year old, 155 lb trail rider), with the typical cosmetic wear marks that come from riding. Frame, fork, wheels, etc have no cracks, major crashes, thread damage, etc. Clear protection tape is on headtube, downtube, and points of housing contact/etc. Specs: • Rock Shox Pike fork, 130mm travel (15mm x 100mm thru axle)—travel can be changed relatively easily, down to 120mm or up to 140mm (or even 150mm, if you wanted), by swapping to a different length Rock Shox Pike Solo Travel Air Shaft (~$35 retail) • Rock Shox Monarch RT3 rear shock, 120mm travel, w max number of volume reducer bands (heavier riders can remove 1-2 volume reducers to tune shock's air spring rate/progression to their liking) • RWC Needle Bearing upgrade for rear shock upper mount, greatly improves small bump sensitivity • DT Swiss E 1900 Spline wheels (15x100 front and 12x142 rear thru axles) have relatively low use from 1.5 seasons of riding • Vittoria 2.4" Goma (front) and 2.3" Morsa (rear), have lots of life left in both tires • Shimano XT rear derailleur and shifter • Shimano SLX brakes (freshly bled, w new pads) • Reverb dropper post w upgraded Wolf Tooth ReMote cable lever—so no more bleeding of Rock Shox's crappy hydraulic line Priced low to sell quickly, so contact me for more questions, pics, etc. I'll consider trades, after working out payment for differences in value, ONLY for VERY FEW specific things—if it's not on this list, then I'm currently not interested: • Turbo Levo or Kenevo E bike • Carbon or Ti framed Gravel / CX bike, WITH thru axles AND clearance for tires at least 45mm wide (or wider) • Independent Fabrication Planet X (Steel or Ti, Canti or Disc brake), w/ approximately 54cm ETT, frame or complete bike. I used to own one, and regret selling it. But I *might* consider other similar lightweight boutique steel or Ti cyclocross racing frames too... • Xprezo Ad Hoc, size medium frame or complete bike (seriously)

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Jan 10, 2018
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Balfa... Shock inside the toptube is reminiscent of Balfa's Belair: And although Balfa's BB7 was not a gearbox bike, it's idler pulley helped separate pedaling forces from the drivetrain (not unlike gearbox bikes), allowing the BB7's high pivot point to provide a rearward axle path, but without excessive chain growth or anti-squat.
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Nov 29, 2015

Giant Reign Small w/ Upgraded Parts

$1300 USD
2011 Giant Reign Small Frame w/ Upgraded Parts (frame wt 6.3 lbs w shock and seatpost clamp) X-Fusion Vengeance HLR Air fork, 160mm travel, External Rebound/High-Speed Compression/Low-Speed Compression RP23 Shock w Boost Valve and additional High Compression Tune (w/ after market volume reducers, improving from stock tune for Reign's 3:1 compression ratio) Shock rebuilt w new seals Pivot bearings freshly serviced Reverb dropper w/ 125mm travel (30.9mm x 380mm) DT Swiss 5.1D rims laced to DT Swiss 340 hubset SRAM X9 2x9 drivetrain WTB 2.5" Weirwolfs Syncros 720mm bars New Six Pack 50mm blue ano stem and low profile locking grips w blue ano lock rings Auction ends in 2 days:

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