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Jan 28, 2018 at 18:56
Jan 28, 2018

Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro - Heavily Upgraded

$1000 USD
Make an offer! PayPal or cash in hand accepted. Buyer pays shipping unless further negotiated. UPGRADES (post 2014): Fork - Marzocchi 380 C2R2 Titanium (lightest coil-sprung fork on the market at the time, weighing only 100g more than the Fox 40 Air). And yes, you can still get replacement parts. Rear Shock - RockShox Vivid Air. Handlebar/Stem - Easton Havoc 800mm w/ matching direct mount stem. Wheels - Azonic Outlaw 26" (still available through Azonic or licensed dealer). Pedals - Azonic Outlaw. UPGRADES (pre 2014): Drivetrain - Shimano Zee 10spd, short ratio cassette. Brakes - Avid Elixer CR hydraulic brakes. Crankset - Raceface Ride DH Crankset (definite signs of shoe rub that has polished off the black anodizing, but non critical). Current weight: around 40-43lbs Selling my noble steed. Background on this bike: -- In 2012, I purchased the frame from a friend who bought it brand new, but had only put about 10 afternoon rides on it the entire time he owned it, and he babied it the whole time. During the time I owned it, I used it for the riding here locally, raced it about 5 times, and it has seen two trips to Whistler. I began working at my favored bike shop in 2013, so the bike was taken care of very well. All the most recent upgrades happened before the last trip to Whistler in 2014, which was ultimately the last time the bike was ridden. Bike has been stored in the home workshop ever since. My reason for selling this is because I have bills to pay and I just ride my Bronson all the time now and it kills me to see the DH bike just sit. It is a 26" wheel platform and cannot be adapted to the all new popular 27.5" like everything is now, so that is a part of the reason for the price being low. Current tire set is the Maxxis Minion DH, front and rear specific set. They were put on before the last trip to Whistler, and the bike saw one ride locally after. Typical service items (i.e. cables/housing, chain, bearings) have been kept up routinely while bike was being ridden. Only thing that may draw an eye, but is not a concern, is the dinger on the rear wheel. Bike was set up tubeless before the last Whistler trip, and I struck the wrong rock. The rim wall was pulled back out to allow the tire bead to seat properly, but tubeless set ups in the future may not work. Other than that, as you can expect from a frame that is ten years old, there are very light scuffs here and there, but nothing cosmetically or structurally severe. This is all another reason I am not asking much for this bike. I will be replacing the seals on the fork and ensuring that the brakes are bled and fresh pads are in. If you wish to not have those done, we can figure out the best deal when you make your inquiry/offer. Yes, this bike is old and the wheels are the old size, but she is bombproof. Rides and sends like a new bike with these upgrades and will be perfect for your riding/racing/hucking needs.

warhorsey yeticycles's article
Feb 21, 2017 at 13:56
Feb 21, 2017
warhorsey davetrumpore's article
Jul 6, 2016 at 14:43
Jul 6, 2016
Pit Stop: Lenzerheide DH World Cup 2016
Yeah, the cow puns are probably running dry. But seriously, I hope Peaty has a solid race run and hopefully doesn't buy the farm while doing so.
warhorsey FreehubMag's article
May 29, 2016 at 18:53
May 29, 2016
Episode One: Made With Love, Devinci Cycles - Video
@kleinblake: Not saying that naming the bike after Stevie would be a company's marketing homerun strategy. Stevie was highly revered and loved within the Devinci company, and if I worked for them, I still would bring up the idea, as a way of saluting and honoring not only a Canadian National hero, but an inspiration to guys like me, who grew up racing and one day hoping to be racing alongside our own heroes. I think its obvious that marketing purposes wouldn't be the main goal in doing that. Of course passing it by his family would be necessary. They would definitely have the final say. And also, just an idea. Don't mean to get the PB comment section in a steamy pile of internet garbling.
warhorsey FreehubMag's article
May 24, 2016 at 17:00
May 24, 2016
Episode One: Made With Love, Devinci Cycles - Video
Idea: Next new Devinci frame is named "Chainsaw". Maybe?
warhorsey cyclesdevinci's article
May 10, 2016 at 15:46
May 10, 2016
warhorsey scottsecco's video
May 4, 2016 at 12:40
May 4, 2016
That trail is so beautiful.. A trail builder's wet dream… Well dammit, next rain and I'm headed out with the shovel. Awesome inspiration!

warhorsey pinkbikeaudience's article
Mar 8, 2016 at 14:07
Mar 8, 2016
Kelly vs The Volcano: A Memorial Film
You can take Beiber, the Kardashians, Kanye, Miley, all of them together if need be! Just give us back McGazza!
warhorsey Benduro's article
Feb 23, 2016 at 13:40
Feb 23, 2016
2016 Benduro Series: Take a Trip on the Wild Side
I'm no enduro rider, but cool to see an old pic of me whipping my dh ended up on Bender's article. lol
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