Mar 18, 2019 at 16:38Mar 18, 2019
New bike to feed my mid life crisis has this bike collecting dust in the garage. Hoping to move this to someone getting into the sport, getting back into the sport or upgrading on a budget. 2009 GT Sanction 1.0, size medium. This bike served me wonderfully for about 3 years after I bought it off a GT employee in near new condition. They were ahead of their time with respect to geometry, with a long reach and slack front end on par with modern enduro bikes. Should be a good fit for someone 5'8" to 6' depending on how long you like it. The bike works great with all maintenance items up to date. -Near brand new Schwalbe Hans Dampf tires; -New RWC fork seals; -Brake pads have life left but could use replacing; Full geometry can be found at the link below: https://www.pinkbike.com/product/gt/Sanction-1.0/ You can see that there are a few components that are different than those that came stock; -Manitou Swinger Pro. Great shock well suited to this bike...LS, HS, Reb, Bottom out...all with a lock out! -Gen 2 XT brakes: the Saints were too powerful so i swapped them out. -XT cranks and drive train. Lighter than the Saint it came with. -XT front wheel. Tubeless ready and much lighter. -1 x 30 Race Face front ring. Issues of concern: None really. the usual love rubs here and there. Specifically in the last photo where my back heal has polished the seat and chain stay. There are a couple small nicks on one stanchion but are smooth and don't effect performance or impact the seals. Happy to engage with any questions. Happy for test rides if local. Happy to ship for actual cost. Cheerio, Matt
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Nov 12, 2013 at 11:35Nov 12, 2013
2008 TREK Session 10 for sale. I have accepted that I am old balls and that I am an AM rider at heart. I only rode the Session once this summer and think it is time to let it go to someone else who wants a bombproof gravity bike. The full specs are listed below. I am unsure on the size, but the frame is stamped with an 'M" on the BB. I can take any measurements needed. I am 5'8" and it fits/rides like my other bikes which are mediums. This bike is not a light weight racer; my estimate is that it weighs 44 lbs but that weight carries a lot of durability. In the years I have owned it, it has never flinched from anything and did lap after lap at Silverstar a couple years ago while newer, racier bikes were falling appart. I am not looking for a bunch of money, just to move it along and clear one of the bikes out of the garage so if you are interested feel free to make me and offer or trade. Happy to ship everywear, providing you are happy to pay for the cost. The good: -frame is tight and without dents or issues. -components are all in great working order with no problems -wheels are remarkably true and bearings spin smooth after 5 yrs! -tires are about 75% and are pretty durable. -rear shock is awesome with a Ti coil. The Bad stuff: -the headset is a bit notchy and could use new bearings. They are replaceable Cane Creek so are pretty cheap. -the low speed compression knob for the shock is not attached. I have the knob but have lost the little screw. You can still adjust the setting with the knob and once dialed, keep it in your pack or toolbox. If you know a fastener depot that stocks screws you are set! Bike specification: Manufacturer: Trek Model Name: Session 10 Model Year: 2008 Frame Sizes: 15.5", 17.5", 19.5" Colours: Gloss White Frame: Trek Session 10 ZR 9000 Alloy Fork: Manitou Travis Triple TPC+ w/rebound, compression, 203mm Rearshock: Manitou Revox ISX, coil Rear Derailleur: SRAM X.9 Rear Derailleur Shifter: SRAM X-0 Brake Levers: Shimano Saint Brakes: Shimano Saint disc, 8" rotors Crankset: Bontrager King Earl 38 Wheels: Bontrager King Earl w/150mm rear Tires: Intense DH, 26x2.6" Cassete: SRAM 9 speed (PG-970) 11-34, 9spd Headset: Cane Creek Double Xc w/cartridge bearings, 1.5 to 1.125" Handlebar: Sunline, 31.8mm Stem: Manitou IS2 integrated stem, 31.8mm Saddle: Bontrager Big Earl Seatpost: Bontrager King Earl Pedals: Truvative Geometry Frame Size S 15.5" M 17.5" Head Angle A 66.0° 66.0° 66.0° Seat Angle B 64.0° 64.0° 64.0° EFF Top Tube C 55.6/21.9 57.9/22.8 61.3/24.1 Chain Stay D 43.4/17.1 43.4/17.1 43.4/17.1 Bottom Bracket E 37.2/14.6 37.2/14.6 37.2/14.6 Offset F 4.3/1.7 4.3/1.7 4.3/1.7 Wheelbase G 113.2/44.6 114.9/45.2 117.7/46.3 Trail 10.5/4.1 10.5/4.1 10.5/4.1 Stand Over 77.0/30.3 78.0/30.7 78.0/30.7 Seat Tube 38.1/15.0 41.9/16.5 45.7/18.0 Head Tube 12.7/5.0 12.7/5.0 12.7/5.0
May 20, 2009 at 20:40May 20, 2009
Hey man, hows the bike going for you? I just noticed that there is a recall out for some Shore's and i can't remember if yours falls under the serial numbers or not. Maybe just check out if you haven't heard yet to be safe.