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Apr 29, 2019 at 15:07
Apr 29, 2019

Specialized Enduro 29 w/ Carbon Wheels, Coil + Air

$4000 USD
For sale is my Specialized Enduro Öhlins Coil 29 + an air shock too. It's got a Lyrik RCT3, 170 Reverb Stealth, Sram Guide Ultimate Brakes, XX1 Shifter and Carbon Wheels (Roval Traverse SL) The bike is in great shape and is the best iteration of the enduro yet - I've owned them all and this has been the best by miles. Also available with A second set of wheels, Carbon Bars and an ultralight 40mm stem. Specifications: Frame: FACT 11m, X-Wing layout, full carbon chassis and rear end, fully enclosed internal cable routing Rear Travel: 165mm Rear Shock: Öhlins TTX, Twin-Tube design, high and low-speed compression adjust, rebound adjust + an Air Shock: Rock Shocks Monarch Plus Debonair Rebuilt Fork: Rock Shocks Lyric RCT3 160mm travel Handlebar: ENVE Stem: Syntace Megaforce 2 40mm Grips: Specialized Sip Brakes: SRAM Guide Ulitmate, Drivetrain: 1x11 Shifters: SRAM XX1 Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP XR, 73mm threaded Cassette: SRAM XG-1150, 11-speed, 10-42 tooth Wheels: Roval Traverse SL Carbon Tires: Front: Butcher, GRID casing, 29" x 2.3", 60TPI, Aramid folding bead, 2Bliss Ready Rear: Slaughter, GRID casing, 29" x 2.3", 60TPI, Aramid folding bead, 2Bliss Ready Saddle: Body Geometry Henge Comp, carbon, 143mm Seatpost: Rockshocks Reverb Stealth 170 Total weight sits right at 30.5 without pedals. Fresh Cables and brake pads upon sale.

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Sep 25, 2018 at 12:22
Sep 25, 2018

Roval Traverse SL Fattie 27.5 142 OR 148 Carbon

$550 USD
For sale, I have a set of Roval Traverse SL Fattie 27.5 148. These are an AWESOME wider Carbon All-Mountain Wheelset. I have had wonderful luck with these on all my 29ers and the 27.5 version is even stiffer and even lighter. They feature DT-Swiss 240s internals in the hub, so they have amazingly quick engagement and a pleasantly quiet trail buzz. The 30mm internal-width make them perfect for a wide range of tires and provide a nice, square tire profile in today's higher-volume tires. They're great for tires as wide as 3.6" and will go as wide as 3.8". They're dead-true and only have cosmetic wear. I purchased them to spiff up my gal's bike and she never rides it, so it's AL for her from here on out. I can provide new rubber for an additional cost and am happy to mount them tubeless for free. Buyer pays shipping. _____________________________ Stats: Rim Type: Carbon clincher, 2Bliss Ready, Zero Bead Hook design. Black graphic under clear coat with three vinyl colorway options included. Rim Material: Carbon fiber Rim Width: 30mm internal Front Spoke Pattern: Radial/Three-cross (2:1) Rear Spoke Pattern: Three-cross (1:1) Spoke Count: 24-hole Front, 28-hole Rear Spoke Type: DT Swiss Revolution Nipple Type: DT Swiss Pro Lock hexagonal Front Hub: Alloy body, 15/20mm thru-axle, end cap options included Rear Hub: CNC-machined alloy body, high-quality DT 240 internals and 54t quick engagement ratchet system cassette, includes SRAM XX1 11-speed freehub and 142 end caps w/ 148 adapter ($55 value) Bearing Type: Sealed cartridge Assembly Method: Hand-built Every wheel includes tubeless valve stems in order to make tubeless set-up a touch easier. Total Wheelset Weight: 1,530g From Specialized: "Trail wheels often fall into two categories—they’re either heavy and durable or light and flexy. And because of this, a lightweight, wide-profile, and enduro-ready carbon wheel seems like something only found in a fairytale, but lucky for you, we made it a reality. The Traverse SL Fattie 27.5 puts all the flick'able, nimble features you need in an all-mountain wheel into one package, and it has the results to prove it."

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Sep 25, 2018 at 12:06
Sep 25, 2018

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Sep 25, 2018 at 12:01
Sep 25, 2018

Roval Traverse Fattie 29 148 - brand new

$300 USD
Up for grabs is a pair of Roval Traverse Fattie 29's with boost 148 new & pristine. Retail is $650 These are an awesome, light, reasonably stiff all-mountain wheelset with great hub engagement and easy tubeless installation. Buyer pays shipping. Please contact me for more details. Specs are as follows: Rim Material: E5 high-strength alloy Rim Width: 30mm internal Front Spoke Pattern: Two-cross Rear Spoke Pattern: Two-cross Spoke Count: 28h Front, 28h Rear Spoke Type: DT Swiss Competition Race J-bend Nipple Type: DT Swiss Brass Pro Lock hexagonal Front Hub: Alloy body, 15mmx110 thru-axle, 19 and 31mm OD end cap options included. Rear Hub: CNC-machined alloy body, high-quality DT 360 internals, includes SRAM XX1 11-speed freehub and 148 end cap. Bearing Type: Sealed cartridge Roval Engineered J-bend hubshells have a single spoke length for each wheelset. Assembly Method: Hand-built Every wheel includes tubeless valve stems in order to make tubeless set-up a touch easier. Total Wheelset Weight: 1870g From Specialized: "In the early design phases of our Traverse Fattie 29, we recognized that the number of aluminum wheels that had the prowess to both shred rowdy descents and to provide the efficiency required of our Northern California testing grounds' relentless climbs were far and few between. We also came to realize that trail riders expect certain features in a proper, send-it-ready wheelset. And for the price, we found that alloy hit many of these expectations, while also keeping enough jingle-jangle in your wallet for a post-ride beverage."

tristanjh vernonfelton's article
Dec 19, 2017 at 22:52
Dec 19, 2017
Wilderness Bill Clears First Hurdle in Congress
@dthomp325: I'm a gun owner, but I don't agree with the NRA on many things. We've arrived at an interesting point in American politics where the concept of the greater good has taken a distant back seat to special interest. That's messed up, and more riders should be able to appreciate that.
tristanjh vernonfelton's article
Dec 19, 2017 at 22:35
Dec 19, 2017
Wilderness Bill Clears First Hurdle in Congress
@mikeynets: I can totally appreciate your desire to ride awesome trails in places you haven't - I have similar impulses, but here's the deal: Federal management better ensures federal funding, which better ensures our ability to access our land, and perhaps most importantly, that the land remains OURS. Local control also gives rise to its own set of problems: most often local managers create policies that disproportionally benefit locals, which creates a bit of a slippery slope when it comes to funding. In very broad strokes the current mandate that federal land managers work under seeks mutual benefit for all Americans, which might be a hard pill to swallow, but that's the 'U' in USA. As residents of western states, you and I are fortunate to have better access to most of these lands than many, but those people in other states hold deed to the land same as you and me. Beyond sustaining $880 bn/y recreation industry, I would argue that this carefully maintained estate is responsible for America's actual greatness. Public land gives us clean water and air, it sustains many of the most-complete ecosystems that remain on the planet. It protects our outdoor heritage and history and created our git-er-done sensibility + We have more, better and cheaper recreation opportunities, than anywhere else in the world, except maybe New Zealand (which has a solid public-land model) Private land is important, but it ensures none of these things - quite the contrary. Sure there are other places where riding and private property co-exist, but the right to roam exists only on the whim of public landowners, and our litigious nature here in the US doesn't exactly inspire hope, should the landscape of management/ownership change. Sorry for the long-winded response.
tristanjh vernonfelton's article
Dec 19, 2017 at 16:29
Dec 19, 2017
Wilderness Bill Clears First Hurdle in Congress
@SJP: You're right - and I would agree with you under almost any other circumstance, but the level of coordination on this issue borders on unbelievable. For the record, I can't abide sounding like a conspiracy theorist, but between the timeline of actions, and the members moving this from sub-committee to committee, I'm confident that the stated goal is not the only outcome they are looking for. Just recently I attended several county-level hearings for a deeply unpopular policy written by an out-of-state law firm owned by one Karen Budd-Falen. Despite substantial local objection the policy passed here, and in several other counties in western states. Meanwhile, Budd-Falen, a self-avowed anti-federalist, is being considered to lead the BLM. Sorry if that seems like a tangent, but my point is that there is absolutely a coordinated effort going on to erode and undermine our Public Land estate and the institutions (antiquities act, wilderness act etc.) that protect it and it is happening at every level of government.
tristanjh vernonfelton's article
Dec 19, 2017 at 13:10
Dec 19, 2017
Wilderness Bill Clears First Hurdle in Congress
IMBA understands that each land-use designation serves a different goal and that by allowing special interest to compromise one, they are complicit in the erosion of an infrastructure that benefits all forms of outdoor recreation.
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