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Nov 5, 2018 at 18:00
Nov 5, 2018


$4800 CAD
Sweet Yeti SB5 TURQ, I built this custom and also have the receipt for the frame in the event the warranty needed to be used. I'm selling as it's just not the bike for me, I built it last year in July and rode it a fair amount but not as much as I wanted and then this year I got a new xc bike and it just took over as my main bike. Some highlights: Large SB5 TURQ frame Fox 36 FiT4 TALAS 160-140 fork DT Swiss 240 hubs ENVE AM rear rim Light Bicycle carbon front rim SRAM XO carbon cranks with 30t ring XTR Brakes (mark on one of the levers is pictured) Rock Shox Reverb 150mm post w/ newer under the bar style lever Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 front tire (I will include a brand new Hans Dampf as well of the same size) Schwalbe Rock Razor 2.35 rear tire Ergon GE1 Grips A Few Things: -I did not list a drivetrain here. The bike has an XT 11 speed 11-46 cassette but no derailleur or shifter as I am keeping the current Di2 pieces. -Does not include Chromag seat in the picture, just a normal unexciting seat -I will consider parting this bike out if the deal makes sense

Nov 5, 2018 at 17:41
Nov 5, 2018

Scott Voltage FR 710

$2600 CAD
Selling my Voltage, it is all stock but has an Enve handlebar and a different seat. I just don't ride it anymore, it only got out once this year so it needs to go some where and get ridden more, I have not serviced it's suspension this year but like I said I only rode it once. Had the brakes bled and it rode perfectly well. This bike is good to go in the park or for more intense train riding/shuttle runs. Has a few normal knicks in the top tube from shuttling but they are covered with a sticker and minor. If you want more info or pics jus let me know. And yes, the rear tire is flat.

warmerdamj mdelorme's article
Sep 25, 2018 at 20:29
Sep 25, 2018
Just Keep it Rolling: How Ruaridh Cunningham‘s Destroyed Wheel Made it Through EWS Ainsa
An article about them failing really made you sure that was the wheelset for you?
warmerdamj mikelevy's article
Sep 17, 2018 at 9:26
Sep 17, 2018
Is this Mondraker Prototype the Wildest XC Bike of the Year? - Interbike 2018
You should get in touch with Mondraker and give their engineers all your "tube" knowledge. I bet they don't know.
warmerdamj ikeizer's article
Sep 9, 2018 at 15:09
Sep 9, 2018
Photo Epic: XC Elite Men & Women - World Championships 2018
nope, I think she should just keep doing what ever shes doing.
warmerdamj ikeizer's article
Sep 8, 2018 at 17:48
Sep 8, 2018
warmerdamj SCOTT-Sports's article
Sep 4, 2018 at 20:05
Sep 4, 2018
Scott Launches New Ransom Enduro Bike
@tgr9: Well mine is on an xc bike, Spark RC. It's not hard to use though, on my 1x setup i have it over the bar on the right side and just my dropper on the left, you really only use it on solid transition areas of climbing.
warmerdamj SCOTT-Sports's article
Sep 2, 2018 at 11:23
Sep 2, 2018
Scott Launches New Ransom Enduro Bike
How are bikes getting simpler? Every bike takes a different hub or BB size now, half the parts are electronic, shocks sizes all just changed (and got electric parts), there's different chainring interfaces, plus sizes, rim widths for days, a tire compound for every variation weather.... Twinloc is pretty much the most basic component out there, hit it and climb better, hit it again and go down the hill.
warmerdamj SCOTT-Sports's article
Aug 31, 2018 at 9:38
Aug 31, 2018
Scott Launches New Ransom Enduro Bike
Yeah! The option to lock out your 170mm pogo stick while you climb just makes this bike shit. If I bought one I would just take it home and throw it in the garbage. In fact that's what the final image in the test article should be, just the bike in a dumpster.
warmerdamj SCOTT-Sports's article
Aug 31, 2018 at 9:33
Aug 31, 2018
Scott Launches New Ransom Enduro Bike
Scott bikes climb amazing, they are absolutely dialed and even better locked out. The Genius even has better anti squat than the spark for some reason. When I climb my spark beside my friend's genius with both bikes open the Genius bobs less.
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