I ONLY RIDE PARK!!!!
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Sep 24, 2019 at 11:15Sep 24, 2019
Jun 19, 2019 at 6:59Jun 19, 2019
For sale or trade: 2017 Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon 27.5+ Medium Received this bike in a trade and it need some work, but I’ve done all the needed work and it's too small for me so I'm selling or trading it. Interested in large size trail/enduro/freeride bikes. May consider selling/trading the frame only also. Will deliver/meet with in a 3hr drive of Snowshoe, WV Recent service work: (may change the longer I own this bike) Rear Hub cleaned and re-greased Both wheels checked for true and tension Headset cleaned and re-greased Fork lower and air spring service, checked damper function Brake bleed F&R, new pads rear Seatpost Air Pressure checked Bike is currently setup as a 27.5plus, 6fattie, etc Fox 34 Performance 130mm 29er fork Fox Float DPS Performance Shock Raceface 40mm rims with Novatec Hubs Maxxis Recon 2.8 front (tubeless), Specialized Butcher 2.6 rear (tubeless) Sram Level TL Sram Reverb Dropper post Sram Gx 11sp Drivetrain Wtb Volt saddle Cane Creek 40 Headset Raceface 780mm bars Raceface crankset and bb Odi Vapor Grips Text or message is the best option
May 31, 2019 at 20:29May 31, 2019
2018 Specialized Stumpjumper Comp Alloy 650b XL Hyper/Mint color way $2000 OBO. May consider shipping but prefer a local deal Complete specs/ details: https://www.specialized.com/us/en/stumpjumper-comp-alloy-27-5/p/153985?color=240026-153985 Has had a new chain and metallic brake pads installed; and a fork service this spring. The bike is mostly stock minus a shorter stem (Truvativ), ODI Rogue grips, and a few stickers to compensate for personal preference. Currently it is setup with a Spcialized Butcher (2.6) front and Maxxis High Roller 2 (2.4) rear w/tubes but includes the tubeless rim strips and valves stems. Will include some basic, plastic pedals. Also includes minor scratches and cable rub from riding/transport but the the bike is less than a year old (August 2018) and had a clear downtube protector applied out of the box. This is an excellent bike and I'm mainly selling because the size isn't quite right for me and I want more travel and more aggressive geometry.
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Aug 27, 2017 at 20:14Aug 27, 2017
Aug 27, 2017 at 19:59Aug 27, 2017
I purchased this bike in May of 2017, since then it has been very well maintain (mechanic owned) and has spent the summer at Snowshoe Bike park. -new bottom bracket, chain, and cassette in April and cleaned regularly -new suspension pivot bearings in July -Headset has been cleaned every 2 weeks. -Fork serviced every 2-3 weeks, and with new seals in July. -Saddle and seatpost new in July There is some paint wear on the down-tube from shuttle rides by P.O. And cable rub on the seat-tube but it isn't is a high stress area and I have rerouted the cable to prevent further damage. This bike rides amazing in the park and I hate to sell it but I'm looking to get a trail bike. I would consider trades for a trail/enduro bike or a fat/plus bike. Willing to meet within a 2-3 hour drive of Snowshoe. Parts list: Frame: 2010 Scott Voltage FR30 Long (180mm/160mm) Fork: stock Rockshox Domain 302 180mm Shock: Fox DHX 5.0 (9.5in X 3.0in) Wheelset: stock Alex Wheels 20mmQR fr/ QR-135mm rr Crankset: Raceface Atlas Freeride 175mm purple Chainring: Raceface narrow-wide 36t w/ generic chainguide Pedals: Deity flats purple (older style but recently serviced) Headset: FSA zs44/zs44 Stem: Raceface Respond 45mm Bars: Raceface Atlas 785mm purple Grips: ODI/Troy Lee pink Brake levers: Shimano SLX Brake calipers: Shimano br-m447 (new pads in August) Shifter: Sram XO 9sp Derailluer: Sram XO 9sp Cassette and Chain: Sram 8sp (because I only ride park) Saddle: Raceface Atlas Seatpost: Easton 350mm (uncut) 2 sets of dh tires: 1-Michelin 2.8/2.5. 2- Maxxis High Roller 2.35/2.35 I think I've covered everything but if you have any questions feel free to ask. Willing to lower the price and keep spare tires (and/or parts)
Jul 29, 2017 at 2:30Jul 29, 2017
Opinion: A Cry for Help
People are just stuck in a mentality that their bike should make up for their lack of skill and create problems that shouldn't exist to fuel an industry based in "innovations" that have more problems than the methods that have worked for years....
Jul 29, 2017 at 2:27Jul 29, 2017
Opinion: A Cry for Help
@SintraFreeride: I actually live at snowshoe and work as a mechanic, I know how tire pressure works. Snowshoe isn't your typical bike park (watch some videos) I run between 28-32psi depending on conditions on a 180mm bike and have yet to pop a tube or have a lack of traction directly related to tire pressure.
Jul 27, 2017 at 18:59Jul 27, 2017
Opinion: A Cry for Help
26x2.35, dh casing, tubes, decent pressure, no flats yet #iridesnowshoe