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2015 Specialized Demo 8 in L 650B Boxxer fork, full service with only couple days riding on it. Comes with 2 springs standard and a stiff spring. Fox shock with 450 spring. Will throw on a new rear tire (magic mary) DX peddles will come with it No cracks, a few light scratches. Frame tape for shuttle protection. Taken care of, serviced and checked often. Not riding it much over the last couple years. Probably done dozen full days. Ful specs can be found at https://www.specialized.com/us/en/demo-8-i/p/65233
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Sep 1, 2018 at 16:18Sep 1, 2018
Sep 1, 2018 at 16:17Sep 1, 2018
2015 Norco Sasquatch small. Wife bought a new Trek Farley last year so no need to have two unused fat bikes in the garage! ;-) It a clean bike in great condition, used for one season maybe dozen rides. Sasquatch alloy frame w/ taper HT /suspension corrected geometry Rockshox Bluto RL 100mm solo air 15mm fork Shimano SLX M670 rapid fire shifters Shimano SLX M660-E 10 speed E-Type derailleurs Sram Guide R 4 piston hydraulic brakes For full specs see link. https://www.norco.com/bike-archives/2015/sasquatch/ Looking for $1500 (Cost $2830) or best offer. Local pick up unless you are willing pay for shipping.
Jun 21, 2018 at 21:01Jun 21, 2018
10spd XT shifter used for half a year before I switched to XT 11spd. Selling a matching 10psd zee derailleurs in another ad
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Zee 10psd Derailleur i used for half a year before upgrading to XT 11 spd. I have a XT 10 spd shifter that i am selling that i used with this, check out my other ad.
Jun 21, 2018 at 20:44Jun 21, 2018
Sram Guide R breakset. A few scratches but in good functioning condition.
woollybut mikekazimer's article
Nov 7, 2017 at 19:49Nov 7, 2017
Ridden and Rated: 7 Long-Travel 29ers
@RedRedRe: I disagree, I have a 5.5 and ride it here in the Canadian west, I ride plenty of nut busting steep trails, it has no troubles rockin the gnar and popping off hips, roots and doing the odd wheelie! I moved from a Kona Process 153 to this and its a world of improvement for me anyway. The only issue I really have with it is climbimg pretty tight switchbacks, so yeah slower terrain it's a touch less nimble, but was surprised that it's not as noticeable i thought it would be. Going down is no contest...
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