Mahallo my dudes.
Jul 1, 2020 at 8:34Jul 1, 2020
Shipping is included in price, buyer pays PayPal Fees. Custom build! -Full 2020 Fox Factory suspension -Shimano XTR/SLX 12 speed -Shimano SLX 4 piston brakes, 203mm RT86 Rotors -Industry9 101 Enduro S wheels -Full OneUp component Kit, 180mm dropper & dropper lever, EDC steerer tube kit, bash guard -Maxxis DHR II tires, with CushCore pro -Full frame wrap of all important areas Bike has 60 miles on it. Was going to race it this year but no races = low motivation to ride. My loss is your gain.
Jun 5, 2020 at 21:02Jun 5, 2020
My SuperX is up for grabs. Super low mileage, simply not enough time to ride. My loss is your gain!! Changes: - 11/42tooth cassette installed (11/36tooth stock) for easier climbing! - Tubeless setup If shipping, buyer pays shipping and PayPal fees.
Jan 6, 2020 at 17:12Jan 6, 2020
Hey y'all, Up for grabs is my '18 Cannondale Jekyll 2. I bought this from my LBS in March, and rode and raced it throughout summer. It got me through many of the CES races, and stomped the EWS 100 in Northstar! According to Strava it has 500 miles on it. I originally had one of these (check my Buy/Sell history) and sold it last winter/spring to move on to something else. I demoed the Ripmo, HD4, SB130 & 150, SC Megatower and put many hours in the saddle of all those and never found the same level of comfort and speed as this bike. So, I went back and bought another one!! I wrapped it from head to toe in 3M clear tape right from the start. This bike has been used, and has normal cosmetic blemishes. I took a tumble at the EWS Northstar and the fork and seatstays took a beating because of my mistake. I had the fork inspected by my local professionals and they said it was all good after their testing. That being said, I also do preventative maintenance bi-weekly so that it is always running at 100%. Upgrades/Changes: -Guide RSC Ultimate with Carbon levers -Renthal Fatbar V2 (31.8mm clamp) 40mm rise, cut to 760mm length -Raceface Turbine R dropper (150mm) this is the Fox Transfer with a different name on it! -Ergon GE1 Evo grips -Assegai DD front tire -Whisky 50mm length stem Stock: -2019 Fox Float 36 Fit4 EVOL 170mm travel -2019 Fox Float DPX2 165mm travel with Gemini tech (lockout lever included) -Descendant Cranks (170mm length) w/ 34t chainring (have stock 30t ring as well) -WTB i29 rims laced to SRAM 900 hubs -X01/GX Eagle Drivetrain -GX Eagle chain (new 11/5/19) -Jagwire PRO metallic pads F&R (new 11/5/19) This bike is in excellent mechanical condition, and very aesthetically clean as well. Since I am selling as the original owner, there will be no "warranty". That being said "warranty" only covers manufacturer flaws and this bike has none. So (example): if you huck to flat and break a shock bolt don't expect anyone to jump and give you anything for free. Buyer covers PayPal fees (+2.9% of total transaction) If you have any questions at all please let me know! Located in Bay Area and Reno.
Nov 6, 2019 at 16:53Nov 6, 2019
This is Greta. Greta is a circa 2009 T2 Classic that has seen 90k miles with me and the various bikes I've owned through the years. Greta has seen many hours through snow, ice, rain, sand storms, mass protests, allergy seasons and more without even a hiccup. She's starting to loose some paint here and there thanks to the relentless California and Nevada suns, but its purely cosmetic. Greta is also getting some rust where that paint is leaving her, but do not fret she will still love you. Greta can hold 4 bikes! (Price includes extension.) Unfortunately, Greta's main shaft is too big for my new car (2" -> 1 1/4") Greta would like to be picked up locally, either in Reno, NV or the Bay Area in CA.
Aug 12, 2019 at 14:59Aug 12, 2019
For sale is my SystemSix. Not only is this too nice a bike for my skill-set, but I'm getting surgery soon so I will be out of cycling for a while. This is an incredibly efficient bike, I rode a non-aero bike before this and the difference is substantial. The SystemSix cuts through the air, the frame and wheel combo is truly game changing, marketing be damned. Shimano Dura-Ace is flawless, providing incredibly positive shifting feel and one-finger braking. Upgraded tires to Conti GP 4000S II, best tires on the market. I have upgrade the bars to a Whiskey carbon bar (38cm wide); will include stock 40cm Vision aero bar. Includes extra stock headset spacers, as well as tubeless valves! It weighs a crazy 17lbs. Crush on the flats, climbs, and descents! Bike will come without pedals,water bottles/cages, saddle bag, Garmin stuff. This bike is $6300 MSRP, so after sales tax it was ~$6840!! And that’s before the upgrades I mentioned above... Save yourself some cash today! Can ship for $75 to the lower 48 states. Buyer covers PayPal fees :-) Bike has 400 miles on it. My loss is your gain! Currently located in Reno, NV Shoot me an offer!
Mar 6, 2019 at 11:32Mar 6, 2019
Up for sale is this savage beauty. Professionaly maintained by my LBS. Looking to go to the 2019 model year. Has about 400 miles on it., fork and shock freshly serviced. Bearings in frame have all been checked on, too new to replace. Has normal MTB cosmetic marks. Bars cut to 760mm Changed/added parts: -X01 Eagle 30T chainring -XX1 Eagle Black Chain BicycleBlueBook value of $3150 evaluated my by LBS Price dropped from $3250 to $2550 Save some cash for this summer!! Buyer pays PP fees, shipping. Crank boots and pedal washers included. The pedals in pics will NOT be sold, they've been through too much :-) I am located in Reno and the Bay Area. Will upload more pics soon. PB Message or text me for any more info. Will consider trade for Yeti SB 150 or 130, Ripmo or Spec. Enduro.
Jul 22, 2018 at 12:01Jul 22, 2018
Baller Scott for sale. 27.5” and 29” wheel compatible with flip chip to change geo. Fox Performance Elite suspension, and dropper. 160mm suspension travel, 150mm dropper travel. Carbon front triangle, aluminum rear. Upgrades: -Zee brakes, XT ICE tech rotors -Carbon Renthal Bar and Apex Atem -XTR shifter, derailleur -SRAM X01 cassette (lightest 11 speed casssette) -Minion DHF and Agressor 2.5” tires (tubeless) -MRP bashguard -Stans Arch MK3 wheelset (NEO Ultimate Hubs) -K-Edge Garmin stem cap Extras: -Full SRAM GX 11spd groupset -Stock bar and stem -Highroller II and Agressor tires (tubeless on Stans wheelset) -All extras that came w/ bike (chain guides, shock sag setters etc.) -2x Stock 2.8" Maxxis Minion DHF Has some normal cosmetic marks from 11 months of riding. Cosmetic marks on fork from my buddies truck, and some others from Northstar and Mammoth chairlifts. According to my strava the bike has 700 miles on it total. Suspension, linkage and bottom bracket were serviced regularly at my LBS. Chain replaced when it showed any amount of wear. Original cost at well over $7k, and it has a Bicyclebluebook value of around $3.3k. Buyer pays PayPal fees, and shipping depending on where it needs to be shipped to. Looking to sell quickly!! Lemme know if you have any questions, and shoot me an offer!
Sep 25, 2017 at 11:47Sep 25, 2017
Howdy, Up for sale is my 2015 Stumpy. This bike was purchased in early 2016 for $3k+ taxes, at Mikes Bikes in Pleasanton. I'm selling it due to it barely seeing any miles in the past 6 months. It is in perfect mechanical condition. Only normal wear and tear marks on chainstays. Extras: I'm throwing in an extra seal kit for the fork for the next 50 hour lower leg service. Also, since these tires are tubeless compatible I'm including some stans tubeless valve stems. Pedals come with bike! I can throw in a Reverb dropper for an extra $200 dollars Components Wheels: Roval aluminum wheelset with Specialized Purgatory and Ground Control tires. Tires have excellent life, see attached photos Suspension: The 130mm travel Revelation RC is a great fork, being both lightweight and supple. Great feeling throughout the whole stroke. It was serviced one month ago and has seen one ride since then. The Fox Float CTD is an good rear shock, providing perfect traction at 120mm of rear wheel travel. Completely rebuilt by fox 2 months ago and has seen only one ride to test its functions. Brakes: Shimano Deore brakes provide the stopping power on this machine. Great pad life and bled 3 weeks ago. 203mm disc up front and 180mm in the back. Drivetrain: The SRAM X9 2x10 drivetrain provides a fantastic range of gears, while being durable and easy to service. Chain replaced early 2017. Frame: Large size frame, all bearings were replaced 6 months ago. Shoot me a message if you have any questions! Can meet anyhwere in Bay, and am in Truckee area often as well. Thanks for looking.
Dec 20, 2016 at 16:37Dec 20, 2016
Hey there. I am selling this wonderful steed on the accounts that the rider has outgrown it. It was as a school bike, as well as a weekend bike park shredding machine. It has a reliable Shimano Altus gear groupset, as well as sturdy and robust mechanical disc brakes. It has been a trusted companion, and has only ever suffered one flat. The tubed was replaced with a heavy-duty one that can handle any situation that is thrown at it. The tires have a lot of grip on them, and are made to last. The only damage this bike has suffered is that of other bikers slamming their bikes next to it in the bike rack, which has yielded a few scratches and chips. Thankfully, mechanically speaking it is functioning at 100%. It's looking for a good home this holiday season. If you're interested or have any questions feel free to contact me. Cheers and Happy Holidays
Dec 20, 2016 at 15:32Dec 20, 2016
*Update* 2/4/17 Since I work at a bike shop, I had the chance to swap out all bearings in the frame. Also, I trued both wheels and did a thorough clean of the drivetrain. I can make this bike tube-less upon request, the buyer will have to pay for the valves, but labor will be free. Original post: Hey there, I am posting this ad with a heavy heart. Due to college, I must let go of this beauty of a bike. It hurts to let her go, but I hope she will find a good home where she will be taken care of. She was ridden for less than 75 miles, and is in fantastic condition. Sadness aside, let me tell you about some of the specs of this bike. Wheels: The 29mm internal width Roval rims are a godsend. In this price range, Specialized have made one hell of a product. They take any beating you throw at them, and roll smoother than a hot knife cuts through butter. They have impressive strength, and are reasonably lightweight. Specialized also does a great job with their hubs, and these are no exception. They haven't needed servicing yet, and rotate very cleanly. The front tire has a Butcher tire, which is Specialized's downhill tire. It has a huge amount of grip. The back tire is a Slaughter, and it has a very high roll speed but still has an impressively defined control. Suspension: The RC Rock Shox Pike is an extremely plush fork, yet maintains stiffness. It has been recently serviced, with zero rides since then. An extremely capable 160mm fork to say the least. The 165mm Fox Float CTD in the back is not as bad as all the reviews say it is, if the correct amount of pressure is maintained then it is very progressive as well as responsive. The three way adjust is very helpful, and it is easily reachable. When throwing this bike into corners, the back end feels very in-control and stable. This constant reliability is one of my favorite parts of this bike. Regardless of what weather conditions you're in, it always handles the same. Brakes: The Shimano Deore M506 Disc Brakes are another one of my favorite parts of this bike. They have never let me down, period. They have a lot of power for what they are, and from personal experience they even rival the high end Shimano XT's. I replaced the stock pads with some Shimano J04C Metal pads and they increased stopping power even more. There's a 200mm Shimano rotor up front and a 180mm in the rear, and they pair nicely with the brakes. Drivetrain: The Sram GX 1x10 is a great gear set. It has the gear range to easily tackle any climb as well as bomb down any descent. It shifts very well and is as responsive as ever. Extras: I threw in a Command 3-stage Dropper. This dropper post easily lets you adjust the post height to any of three stages with the flick of a finger. I hope to sell this beauty before the end of the winter season. If you are interested or have any further questions, feel free to contact me via pinkbike or text me! I can ship to anywhere in the US, but shipping will cost the buyer. Local pick up is preferred, I can meet halfway depending on how far the distance traveled is. I would like to find her a new home soon, so she was recently price dropped from $2450 to $1900. Cheers
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