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Knolly V-tach White M

$400 CAD
White 2009 Knolly, Shimano Saint cranks, Chris King reducer H/S FORK IS SOLD This bike has sat in my room for over a year and I haven't done much with it besides clean it up. Bought it off a buddy with intent to refinish the frame and build it. Reasons for sale is that I'm going a different direction, plus this is too much bike for my area and frequency of need for such a stout Shore do-anything-slay-every-mountain machine is sparse. My loss, your gain.

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