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May 26, 2020 at 22:31
May 26, 2020
Selling
May 26, 2020 at 22:28
May 26, 2020

Transition TR250

$2150 CAD
I'm selling my 2013 Transition TR250 in a hot green. This bike has completely slayed since the day I bought it. It's a perfect bike for cranking out shuttle runs or laps at the bike park, but it's still super nimble and you can pedal it up Fromme without killing yourself. It's super poppy, manuals like nothing else, and it's so fun the whip around. It's the perfect DH bike for a lighter rider who doesn't need triple crown forks, or someone who just wants something more versatile than a strictly DH rig. This was the last year Transition made the TR250, which was too bad, because its versatility is spot on. It's running the Fox 36 Van 180mm fork, and the rear end has all sorts of adjustability, including chain stay/wheel base length, BB height, head tube angle, and rear travel (160-180mm) I've configured this one for a combination of fast, flowy shuttle laps and North Shore tech, so it's got a 11-36 cassette, 32 chainring, rock ring and chain guide. It's loaded with upgrades, including a Sram XO rear derailleur, Sram X9 shifter, Race Face Atlas cranks and a Chromag Fubar handlebar. It's been loved and ridden for a few years, but well maintained, with a pretty recent drive train replacement (except chainring), I just replaced all the suspension linkage bearings, the tires have about 85-90% life left. The wheels are still solid and could be ripped a little longer, but they've got a flat spot or two and need a true. I did a brake bleed in September and haven't ridden it much since then. I'm the original owner, and bought it from Ruckus Bike Shop in Prince George. The pedals aren't included, but I have a pair of Blackspire Sub 4 pedals that match the Fox Kashima that I could sell. This is a super capable bike that will bring joy for years to come. Complete specs: Fork: Fox Racing Shox 36 Van 180 RC2 FIT with Kashima Rear Shock: Fox DHX RC4 Brakes: Avid Code R Derailleur: Sram XO 10 speed Shifter: Sram X9 Cranks: Race Face Atlas limited edition 'Green Monster' Bottom Bracket: Race Face Team DH Chain Guide: eThirteen Cassette: Sram 11-36t Chain: Sram 1031 Chian Ring: 32t Headset: FSA Gravity DX Pro Handlebar: Chromag Fubar OSX Stem: Transition Seatpost Truvativ Hussefelt Hubs: TBC Revolution Wheels: TBC Revolution Tires: Maxxis High Roller 2.4 Grips: ODI crossXtrainer Saddle: generic black

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Feb 16, 2020 at 17:35
Feb 16, 2020
Selling
Feb 16, 2020 at 17:34
Feb 16, 2020

Specialized Tarmac Comp

$2150 CAD
This is a 2016 Specialized Tarmac Comp in stealth matte black, 54 cm. I bought it new from Dunbar Cycles in the fall of 2016 and have ridden three seasons on it, only taking it out in perfect weather and for a couple races. I've swapped the chain three times, the cassette once, brake pads once, tires once, and the grip tape once — all in the name of maintaining that fresh feel. Specs: CRANKSET TURN Zayante by Praxis Works, BB30, 52/36T FRONT DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra, braze-on SHIFT LEVERS Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed CASSETTE Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed, 11-28t REAR DERAILLEUR Shimano Ultegra, 11-speed SADDLE Body Geometry Toupé Comp Gel, hollow Cr-Mo rails, 143mm SEATPOST Specialized Comp, carbon, single bolt HANDLEBARS Specialized Comp, shallow drop, alloy, 125mm drop, 70mm reach STEM Specialized Comp Multi, 3D forged alloy, 4-bolt, 12-degree rise WHEELS Fulcrum Racing S-19 Light TIRES S-Works Turbo, 120TPI, folding bead, BlackBelt protection, 700x26mm BRAKES Shimano Ultegra SEAT BINDER Specialized, alloy, 2-bolt, 27.2mm HEADSET 1-1/8"" upper, 1-3/8"" lower, integrated Cr-Mo cartridge bearings, 20mm cone spacer, w/ 20mm spacers FORK Specialized FACT carbon, monocoque, OS race for 1-3/8"" bearing FRAME Specialized FACT 9r carbon, FACT construction, compact race design, 1-3/8"" lower bearing, OSBB PEDALS Not included The bike retailed for $3,600-$3,700. It's in excellent riding condition. The rear tire could be replaced and there's some routine wear-and-tear I can describe if you're interested in the bike.

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