wmoody54 jamessmurthwaite's article
Sep 11, 2020 at 8:53Sep 11, 2020
Why Do Luxury Brands Keep Producing Crappy Mountain Bikes?
@housem8d: Yeah I love Banshee as a company, but they're way too rare to be the Toyota of bikes.
Sep 7, 2020 at 11:32Sep 7, 2020
wmoody54 sarahmoore's article
Aug 4, 2020 at 13:32Aug 4, 2020
Added 11 photos to Buysell
Jul 22, 2020 at 15:26Jul 22, 2020
Jul 22, 2020 at 15:24Jul 22, 2020
I've been riding this Banshee Prime for about a year now and have put 400 miles on it. It is in excellent mechanical condition. Cosmetically it is a used mountain bike so there are dings and scrapes. This bike has seen 4 park days and only a handful of slower speed crashes. This bike utilizes Banshee's high quality 7000 series aluminum, and honestly I don't ride that hard, so you know the frame has lots of life left! Read below for specs Fork, Shock, Hubs, Brakes, and Drivetrain have been serviced/refreshed within the last 10 rides. This beast is ready to chug along for many more seasons. Frame: Banshee Prime V2 in Raw, extra large Fork: 2016 Fox 36 20x100, 5 rides since serviced Shock: Fox Float X2. 1 ride since serviced Drive Train: GX 11 Speed. Recently replaced derailleur, chain. Absolut Black 30t oval chainring. Seatpost: Brand-X Ascend 170mm, 5 rides. I'm 6'1" and full extention is perfect with the post totally slammed. Brakes: TRP Slate T4, recently bled and serviced Ice Tech Rotors, 203 front, 180 rear Wheels: Stans Flow 30mm internal width, Bitex 54 POE Rear hub serviced 10 rides ago Tires: 1 ride old Assegai EXO up front, Aggressor DD rear, good bit of life left Full Diety Cockpit, 35mm stem, 800mm bars, Diety Speedtrap saddle. I'm open to trade for longer travel 29ers/park bikes. Thanks for looking!