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Oct 16, 2023 at 17:51Oct 16, 2023
THIS THING RIPS!!! The Canfield balance formula is unreal and it pedals like a trail bike even though it’s considered an enduro bike. I have too many bikes and a hardtail I am focusing on right now, so it’s time to let this one go. It could absolutely be a one quiver bike. I took delivery of it at the beginning of January. It has had pretty low mileage overall as I ride DH bikes at the park, and have rotated this with other trail bikes at my local trails. I had a Manitou Mezzer Pro fork and Cane Creek Kitsuma shock on it after a week of ownership, so the stock suspension has seen very little use. Brake rotors and pads are brand new too. Also ride wrapped since day one. It has signs of use but no cracks, gouges, or big blemishes. Barely any scratches actually. It is ready to rip with no issues at all to be aware of. Polish it up and ride it gently or send it down at the bike park, it really can handle anything, rides so smooth and it loves to fly through the air. Medium carbon frame, Sram GX build from Revel with Code R brakes, Rockshox Lyrik Select, Fox x2 shock. PNW dropper lever to match, and inner rear fender to help keep the linkages clean. Trail 1 bars and stem. Pedals and saddle can stay or go, it’s your choice. 27.5 wheels, DHF/DHR2 tires. 170mm front, 165mm rear. 32/33lbs. Easy to throw around. -NO trades -Open to reasonable offers -Located in Richmond VA, shipping on your dollar
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Oct 1, 2023 at 5:01Oct 1, 2023
Oct 1, 2023 at 4:59Oct 1, 2023
This medium 27.5 t8 was purchased new in March 2022. It has 150mm travel in the front and 140mm travel in the rear. It’s a super fun trail/all mountain bike that has handled pretty much everything from XC to enduro and bike park trails. It has cosmetic scratches from being ridden. There are no mechanical issues. You can hop on and ride as you’d expect. I upgraded to a Revel Rail 27.5 at the beginning of this year and haven’t ridden it much this year. The t8 has had one season of riding on it. It saw a couple bike park days and lots of local trail riding at Pocahontas. The stock fork (Fox 34 rhythm) and shock (fox float dps) only have a few miles on them. I upgraded the suspension immediately and just returned this bike to stock. I added a OneUp components bash guard/chain guide. The bars and stem are from a spesh enduro, much better than the stock bars. The stock dropper lever is pretty awful so I upgraded it to a spare bontrager I had laying around. Swapped the stock tires for a maxxis DHR2/Aggressor combo that is fast and works on all trails and conditions with lots of grip. The best thing though is I have stabilized the derailleur cable that is a problem to deal with from stock. The cable comes at a weird angle into the derailleur and if you’re jumping and running this through some tough terrain the shifter cable will pull a little and then it puts extra tension on the derailleur and shifting is terrible. I would have to stop every few minutes to pull on the cable housing and adjust it back. This is a problem for a lot of t8 owners. The final iteration has kept the problem at bay and you can ride it hard and not worry about shifting. I saved you the trouble of having to deal with it. Unfortunately I bought it at the height of the pricing and paid $2800. Now they vary between $2000-2400. I am happy to negotiate but it’s definitely a great bike in great condition with some upgrades and fixes. It’s ready to rip. Would be wonderful for Pocahontas and NoVa trails or trips to the bike parks too. -Will ship on buyer’s dime. -Located in Richmond, VA -Happy to meet at Pocahontas and ride along while you rest it out -No trades
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