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Jul 8, 2021 at 13:18
Jul 8, 2021

Salsa Rustler Carbon NX Eagle 27.5 Med

$4200 USD
Fabulous trail bike, ridden less than 200 miles! Bought for my 13 year old son, who immediately decided he doesn't like biking, only skateboarding. Selling because he isn't riding it and if he changes his mind will need the next size up in a couple years anyway. Sigh. Bike has been super well-maintained and has effectively zero wear on the parts. It did get leaned against a boulder then knocked over, resulting in some cosmetic scrapes on the top tube. A few small chips here and there, but otherwise looking good and in perfect working order. New pedals (Stamp 1) and grips. Blinged-out oil slick bolts on the top tube, for whatever reason. Ugliest bottle cage in the box in my garage. Everything else standard. All can be yours! Here's what Salsa says: Rustler Carbon NX Eagle is designed for riders that look for opportunities to play on the trails they ride. Appropriate to Rustler’s nimble and lively geometry, the compact carbon frame layout encourages on-trail body language making the most of every trail feature. The NX Eagle drivetrain delivers wide-range gearing with intuitive shifting. RockShox’s Revelation RC 150mm fork combats rider fatigue by providing excellent small bump compliance, a supportive mid-stroke, and stiff 35mm uppers for excellent on-trail stability when the going gets loose. The Split Pivot® rear suspension design is controlled by the proven RockShox Deluxe RT3 shock with Counter Measure™ and Rapid Recovery™ features for incredible ground tracking. Printed-on Sag Gradients™ and single-valve Solo Air™ features simplify setup for more trail time. Will have a local shop box up for you if not local. Buyer pays all shipping costs.

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Dec 8, 2019 at 8:04
Dec 8, 2019
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Dec 8, 2019 at 8:02
Dec 8, 2019

Cannondale FSi Carbon Women's 2 w/ dropper

$1200 USD
Ultra-fast XC bike with upgrades. My wife bought this new two years ago and absolutely loved it but in the last year it's been mosty ridden by our daughter who has charged onto a number of podiums with it. It's FAST--I would estimate it increased my wife's speed on the trail 25% compared to her previous XC bike, which if I'm being honest was both delightful and painful for me as the remnants of my "I'm still faster than you" male ego instantly deflated. I wouldn't know the impact on the youngster's riding as I haven't been able to keep her in sight for several years now anyway. She was fast on her little red tricycle when she was two. This bike is beloved in our family, but our riding has evolved toward trail and enduro-style terrain, so it's time to let it go. The bike is mostly spec, with a few small changes. Tires are upgraded to Maxxis Ardent, better suited to our softer PNW trails, still lots of life. The factory fork had an issue with a seal after a year, so Cannondale replaced it with their slightly newer version (hence the white graphics rather than original pink). The grips are brand new, switched around from my son's new bike for complicated and irrelevant reasons related to sibling rivalry and sneaky parenting tactics. We added a KS Lev dropper post, which some would argue isn't needed due to the geometry of this bike--my wife likes it. (We still have the original seatpost and can throw it in the box if you want it.) Have you been good this year? You deserve a new bike under the tree. Buyer pays shipping costs and Paypal fees.

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Oct 8, 2019

Scott Scale 940 carbon

$1000 USD
I need to admit that I am no longer hardtail material. It's time. I started mountain biking on a rigid Rockhopper in the Bay Area in 1990 and upgraded to front suspension only grudgingly in about 2004 after a few years getting worked over by slippery tech here in the PNW. I maintained my retro-grouch status through many trips to Moab, Bend, and Whistler through the years, insisting that wide tires and front forks with travel over 100mm were for these kids today who never learned how to properly ride. In my day, we didn't necessarily ride trails. We didn't need trails. Trails were for people lacking imagination, front shocks were for riders without skill, and full suspension, when it arrived, was for tourists. Those days are gone. Now my two teenagers (one of whom is on the podium at most of her races) thoroughly crush me on the climbs. Due to a quarter century more skill-building, plus superior mindset, better technique, greater strength of will, abundant troves of trail riding experience, and a fully developed prefrontal cortex, I'm still faster than them downhill, but that won't last long. (Plus it's possible part of my advantage has to do with a closer relationship with gravity, if you know what I mean.) Last year I switched from tele to alpine skiing, and it gave me new life on the slopes. This year I did the same thing with mountain biking and switched to a nice trail bike I have to admit helps my soft middle-aged ass enjoy the PNW gnarl in ways I no longer can without a two-wheeled mattress. I love this bike, and it is in no way a mattress. It's light, stiff, fast, and smooth. Switching to it from my older GT was like when I switched from leather tele boots to plastic and ripped fresh corduroy for the first time--I felt a super direct connection to the trail and so much more confidence and control. You'll love it. Bike is in excellent shape, pretty close to new. I rode it maybe 15 or 20 times, almost all on easy flow trails. There's a small grease smudge on the frame you might be able to get out with the proper cleaner--I haven't really tried. Everything is stock except the grips, which due to a bunch of recent grip-swapping between family bikes are now the ones that came with my son's new Rustler, so they are brand new. Honestly these grips are sort of rough and pokey to my taste, but if you're one of these newfangled riders who wears gloves to protect your hands rather than really *feeling* the palms-to-trail impacts when you go OTB, you won't mind. Here's what Scott says about it. They talk about their bikes the way I talk about my kids, minus the sarcasm: The SCOTT Scale 940 features an ultralight carbon frame with a number of design features that make it a comfortable and capable XC bike. The carbon layup is designed to offer specific, controlled flex in areas that increase rider comfort and guarantee optimal absorption of vibrations not only in the saddle but also when the rider is standing up on the pedals. At the same time, the bike optimizes stiffness in the areas where it's needed for maximum pedaling efficiency and for accurate handling in rough sections of trail. The Scale features internal cable routing that protects the cables and yields a clean look. It's got a RockShox Judy Silver TK Solo fork with 100mm of travel and a remote lockout. The fork uses SCOTT RideLoc technology in the form of a 2-lever remote, located beneath the bar so your grip stays strong while adjusting the lockout. The SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain offers the functional advantages of a 1x system, with a super-wide 12-speed cassette to maximize terrain versatility. Shimano MT200 disc brakes offer plenty of power and modulation, ensuring you're in control even in fast technical sections. Tubeless ready Syncros X-25 tires are laced to Shimano hubs for a strong and fast-rolling wheelset; these come wrapped in Maxxis Rekon Race tires that provide just the right amount of tread for fire roads or singletrack. With the Scale 940, SCOTT has created a durable and affordable hardtail designed for world-class speed.

Aug 22, 2019 at 14:31
Aug 22, 2019
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