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Nov 17, 2017 at 11:39
Nov 17, 2017
Nov 17, 2017 at 11:35
Nov 17, 2017

Scott Genius 50 - Large frame (19") - Upgraded

$1200 CAD
2010 Scott Genius 50 - Large frame (19") - Lots of upgrades I've ridden this bike since 2011, It has seen it's fair share of use; in 2011-2012 it saw a bunch or racing, but from 2013 till now it has seen much less riding as I was attending University. It has a few XC and marathon podiums under it's belt as well! Naturally, the bike has picked up a fair amount of dings and scratches over the years. However, they are all cosmetic. Nothing serious enough to compromise the integrity of the frame, nothing on the stanchions. The bike has been well maintained over the years. FRAME: 2010 Scott Genius 50 SHOCK: 2010 Dt Swiss Equalizer 2 w/ scott twinlock FORK: 2013 Rockshox Revelation RLT w/ scott twinlock HEADSET: 2017 Cane Creek 10 Zs44|28.6/30 WHEELS: 2014 Sun Ringle Charger Pro 26" (tubeless ready) TIRES: 2015 Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35, tubeless ready, TrailStar front / Pacestar rear REAR DER: 2012 Sram X9 10spd, type 2, short cage SHIFTERS: 2012 Sram X9 10spd BRAKES / ROTOR: 2010 Avid Elixir 5 F180/R180 CRANKSET: 2010 Shimano XT CHAINRING: Raceface Narrow-Wide 1x 32T BOTTOM BRACKET: 2012 Shimano SM-BB70 CASSETTE: 2012 Sram PG-1050 11-36 CHAIN: 2012 Sram PC-1051 PEDALS: 2012 Crank Brothers Mallet 3 BAR: 2010 Scott Brand GRIPS: ODI ruffian lock-on STEM: 2010 Scott Brand POST: 2010 Scott Brand SEAT: 2010 Scott Brand Notes: -NEW headset -NEW brakepads front/rear -Suspension pivot bearings replaced in winter 2015/2016 -Modernizing the bike with wide bars, shorter stem, and an external routed dropper post would make this an incredibly capable bike for years to come.

rode in Outaouais. view ridelog
Nov 11, 2017 at 13:31
Nov 11, 2017
quotes Val-des-Monts - NOV 11th
8.9 km - 02:45
static-schock RichardCunningham's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 10:24
Nov 3, 2017
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post - Review
@PHeller: servicing it seems pretty straight forwards.
static-schock RichardCunningham's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 10:21
Nov 3, 2017
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post - Review
@Mooka: weird, it shouldnt as long as you dont activate it while upside down.
static-schock RichardCunningham's article
Nov 3, 2017 at 8:20
Nov 3, 2017
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post - Review
I bought the 125mm as my first dropper. My LBS (shout out to Bicyclette de Hull) went out of their way to help me make it happen; they discounted the price of the fox transfer on the bike I was purchasing so that I could install my own revive. I am very pleased with its performance over the last 3 months. I have ridden other droppers (limited to demo rides only). The revive is very smooth, has an audible pop when it reaches the top, and has a very dampened bottom out. The lever remote is very comfortable and has a lot of adjustability for positioning it properly. The only time I have ever needed to 'revive' the post is to prove to fellow riders that the function actually worked. The post has a high upfront cost, but in the long run I think it is completely worth its price.
static-schock pinkbikeaudience's article
Oct 27, 2017 at 10:07
Oct 27, 2017
Replay: Red Bull Rampage 2017
Tom Van Steezebergen!
rode in Highland Mountain Bike Park. view ridelog
Oct 22, 2017 at 13:22
Oct 22, 2017
quotes Highland bike park - OCT 22nd
22.6 km - 05:31 - 8 achievements
rode in Thunder Mountain Bike Park. view ridelog
Oct 21, 2017 at 14:40
Oct 21, 2017
quotes Thunder mountain - OCT 21st
33.0 km - 05:43 - 8 achievements
rode in Stony Swamp. view ridelog
Oct 17, 2017 at 17:42
Oct 17, 2017
quotes A ride to remember
11.9 km - 01:28 - 1 achievements
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