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Apr 9, 2019 at 19:45
Apr 9, 2019
Apr 9, 2019 at 19:45
Apr 9, 2019

Devinci Troy Carbon (custom build)

$2900 USD
My favorite trail bike of all time is ready to serve its ample oodles of fun to a new partner. It was ridden for less than one typical season in total between two years, and has been untouched since fall of 2017 due to injuries and riding other bikes. Selling only because of new opportunities with a different brand. (More pictures to come after a proper cleaning and refresh, but I wanted to get this posted ASAP) I built this up from a frame in 2017 and many parts have been cycled out and upgraded since. Here's the current build: FRAME - 2016 Devinci Troy, size large HEADSET - Cane Creek 110 Series (oh whaaat ?!!) SHOCK - Cane Creek DB Inline Coil, 500lb spring (4 months of use) FORK - Cane Creek Helm Air (4 months of use) BRAKES - SRAM Guide RSC WHEELS - Hope Pro 4 hubs / DT Competition spokes / Stans Flow MK3 rims (recently built up, true, nearly flawless with 2 hardly noticeable dings in rear rim) SEATPOST - KS Lev 150mm with Cane Creek DROPT lever (quite the beautiful lever really. gold accents and all) SADDLE - Specialized Henge Expert w/ TI rails CRANKS - Raceface Next SL 170mm CASSETTE - SRAM GX-11 speed 10-42t SHIFTER/DERAILLEUR - Shimano XT CHAINRING - Renthal 1XR, 32t BAR/STEM - Renthal Fatbar Carbon (cut to 770mm) / Deity Cavity stem (35mm length) PEDALS - No, go find ur own (grips and tires TBD, but they will be satisfyingly hooked up and/or new) Again, more pics coming soon and please request anything specific you want to see. Thanks for looking! -Jimmy

special-jLeslie jamessmurthwaite's article
Mar 24, 2019 at 19:29
Mar 24, 2019
Matt Simmonds Spotted on the New Cannondale Downhill Frame (We Think)
Wildly uneducated guess- two separate suspension elements with the spring up top and rebound/damping in the downtube? Could their interaction with the frame in different locations change the dynamics of the suspension? Engineers, halp Edit: saw more photos. Nevermind
special-jLeslie RichardCunningham's article
Mar 19, 2019 at 19:11
Mar 19, 2019
Best in Show Award Winners - NAHBS 2019
Agreed. To everyone defending that bike because it is in fact still a mountain bike and the category isn't about the "raddest" thing built, it would be great to know what exactly about that rigid bike won the category. To my relatively untrained eye, the Cal Poly bike is far more impressive and beautiful in every way.
special-jLeslie mikekazimer's article
Mar 19, 2019 at 5:33
Mar 19, 2019
First Ride: Santa Cruz Megatower
I was waiting for this bike's details before deciding between it or the Stumpjumper Evo. At the same price point: - "budget" carbon frame vs. highest end - not even close with suspension - Code R vs. RSC brakes - Stylo cranks (at $6600?!) vs. GX Say what you want about Specialized, but you're not allowed to make fun of Supreme anymore if you buy based on a brand name.
special-jLeslie jamessmurthwaite's article
Mar 19, 2019 at 4:53
Mar 19, 2019
Replay: Dual Slalom - Crankworx Rotorua 2019
give everyone a seizure this morning haha funny prank Crankworx
special-jLeslie RichardCunningham's article
Mar 4, 2019 at 19:09
Mar 4, 2019
Marin Releases the 2019 Mount Vision
@acali: for how much that would cost, it's a real confusing bummer that I want to imagine this bike showing up to the trailhead on a body-kitted chevy cavalier and ridden in osiris skate shoes
special-jLeslie brian500's article
Jan 3, 2019 at 0:09
Jan 3, 2019
Video: Winter Shredding in Fresh Powder
I don't know this Santa Cruz fella but the name rings a bell... does he perchance hang out with a dude named Randy?
special-jLeslie RichardCunningham's article
Dec 10, 2018 at 0:55
Dec 10, 2018
Rest in Peace: The Rise & Fall of Interbike
Ok...? Bummer, but drama aside, this specific event may have reached its end for good reason. Obviously this is not the end of bike industry expos and trade shows, so it could be for the better in that the our industry has more freedom to dedicate specific resources to cheaper mountain bike, road bike, commuter, e(!) - bike, etc. events with a hell of a lot more efficient process for buyers. On the other hand, the concentration of hilarious/confusing "randoms" will be sorely missed :(
Sep 17, 2018 at 18:03
Sep 17, 2018

*PRICE DROP* Devinci Wilson Carbon, custom build

$3500 USD
NEED GONE - Offers welcome! I'm sad. Very sad. But I'm also broke and can't justify owning this anymore after taking a break from racing. It's been well over a year since our last foray down a hill together, and since then my beautiful beast has sat quietly, alone in the corner of the garage, patiently waiting to go fast as f**k once again. The bike was maintained to ride as if it were new every weekend by either a team mechanic or myself. Parts were regularly swapped out and the frame itself only has 4-5 days total on it after they recalled the first run and sent updated frames. Complete wheelset was literally just built and hasn't been ridden. Tires are new. Suspension has a few rides at most since being serviced. *Highly important note about the fork- I acquired it from a Fox factory-supported rider who had some fancy custom stuff going on. Most notably, the arch has been milled out slightly to fit a 29'er wheel. He claimed to love the extra bit of compliance this gave the fork as well, although honestly I couldn't notice a difference. Compression and rebound damping is also not stock (allows oil to flow faster through the circuits) and was tuned to his liking. Adjustment range will thus be different from stock, but I hopped on the thing and it was the best feeling fork I'd ever ridden. ***IF for whatever reason you aren't comfortable with a one-off fork, knock $100 off the asking price and I can swap it with a similarly fresh Suntour RUX. PARTS: Custom Fox 40 Factory (OR Suntour RUX for $100 less) Cane Creek DB-Coil shock with 400lb VALT lightweight spring Hope Pro 4 hubs, Stans Flow MK3 rims, DT Competition spokes XO1DH drivetrain, 165mm cranks Avid Code brakes, 203mm Centerline rotors Ethirteen LG1 chainguide/bashguard (has been used... but plenty of life left. see photos) Renthal Integra II stem (50mm length, 1mm rise) Deity Blacklabel Platinum bars, 40mm rise, cut to 777mm Renthal Traction kevlar grips SDG I-Fly 2.0 saddle, SDG carbon I-beam seatpost High Roller II front, DHR II rear tires *stock FSA headset (I'm gonna have to keep that 110 series seen in the pictures... sorry!) AVAILABLE EXTRAS: Stans Flow MK3 rims (2), $100 for both spare DB Coil with 400lb standard spring, $200 Tires, tons. Ask me what I've got if you could use one. Of course, don't hesitate to text or PB message with any questions, additional pic requests, coping advice, etc.

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