Aug 18, 2019 at 9:02Aug 18, 2019
Aug 18, 2019 at 9:01Aug 18, 2019
I have here a lightly used bontrager satelite elite carbon cross fork. It could suit a cross bike or a gravel bike or a commuter. I have run as large as a 38 c tire in it on a 700c rim though a few of the 40s that exist may work in it. I cannot confirm that. It has plenty if steerer for nearly any frame at 243 mm. The axle to crown is 400 mm. The offset is 43 mm. DESCRIPTION: 28.6mm(1 1/8in) Steerer Disc specific fork design 400MM Axle to Crown 243mm Steerer Length Cold forged 6061-T6 crown ACC carbon legs for ultimate strength and light weight I never did anything crazy with it. Built a cross bike and then never used it, haha. So its mostly just sat in the basement.
Aug 12, 2019 at 19:27Aug 12, 2019
Aug 12, 2019 at 19:26Aug 12, 2019
I have here a pretty sweet Carbon White Brothers Rock Solid fork for a rigid mountain bike or gravel bike. I had it on a steel frame 29er for a little while but it didn't get too much use so its in good shape. Most of the use was on gravel paths and such. No structural damage or anything to worry about. It is super light and I can get the exact weight if your interested. The stantions are carbon and the crown and dropouts are aluminum. Certainly turns up the look of a commuter rig as well. Its pretty straight forward but if you have any questions let me know. I am looking to get rid if it so make a reasonable offer. Worst I can say is no. Its a 1 1/8 straight steerer so its easy to fit in a wide range of older and newer frames. The axle to crown is 445 so it works with 26, 650 b and 29/700c. It may drop your front end slightly if your on a suspension fork currently but you can calculate what that does to your frame geometry pretty easy.
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Jul 21, 2019 at 13:10Jul 21, 2019
Jul 21, 2019 at 13:07Jul 21, 2019
I have here a Evil DOC. It is a bit of an older dj frame but the geo is super fun and appropriate even today. I never really jumped ot so far. I mostly just use it at the pumptrack in boston. The bike has been around the block and there are plenty of paint chips and scratches but no dents or cracks in the frame. Its got an older marzocchi fork, but its set up and functions well. Maybe could use fresh oil. The wheelset is novatec hubs laced to spank tweet tweet rims. Unfortunately a bit of a bafoon got to truing them and scratched them up since there are no eyelets. They work great and with a quick true would be in perfect shape. The bars are no name and the stem and cranks are older 07 race face diabolus. The cranks are actually bombproof and the stems the same. Set up single speed but the slinding dropouts make geared or single speed easy to set up. Looking to clean out the basement so make an offer. Worst I can say is no.
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Jul 10, 2019 at 13:07Jul 10, 2019
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Jul 10, 2019 at 11:20Jul 10, 2019
I have here a one of a kind modern geometry agressive hardtail. I am the second owner and only put about 10 hours on it since building it up. I have it set up for downhill and park use but have set it up with a large cassette and done more trail type riding in the past this thing is a total beast. The only reason I am letting ut go is because I found my way into a deal on a full suspension bike and don't have the need for two bike bikes. Build: Custom Marino steel hardtail dubbed the "Sledgehammer" X Fusion Metric 180 fork ( Freshly serviced with new seals, foam rings and bath oil) Dt swiss FR570 wheelset Shimano Zee brakeset with ice tec rotors (RT-86) Maxxis dhf Massix dhr Sram gx dh 7 speed dh drivetrain. 7 speed casette 36 t chainring Diety 31.8 bars black Diety grips Hussefelt stem Kore I beam 31.6 post Kore saddle Includes specialized flats.