Built new in September, ridden very little since.
I built this to be my "one bike". You know, the one you'd keep if you could only keep one. Thus it is my ideal balance of light, durable, and capable.
The "catch" is that I still have 4 other bikes, and as such this one has seen little use.
So little use that I can't justify keeping it.
Most people look once and assume the frame is black. In shade it does look that way, but a closer glance, or a look in bright sunlight, reveals that it is actually a deep, rich, dark brown. When I asked Devin Lenz to build this frame for me I told him I wanted a "root beer" frame.
Chainrings are 22 x 33.
Cassette is 12 x 36.
Hayes Stroker Trail brakes, 7" rotors. Brand spankin' new sintered pads and rotors on both ends.
DT RWS for a little extra clamping power.
ENVE DH carbon risers. Uncut.
SRAM X7 twisters--same weight, same guts as X0, but much more comfortable grip.
Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.3" tire up front, Geax Sturdy 2.3 out back. Both run tubeless with goop.
Syntace Superforce stem in 70mm x 6*.
Fork is a Fox F32, tapered steerer, 15mm axle, 130mm of travel to match the 120 out back.
The stuff you can't see:
DT Swiss 440FR front hub, laced to a Stans Flow EX rim using a blend of DT SuperComp and Revolution butted spokes. DT Prolock alloy nips.
DT Swiss 350 rear hub, laced to a WTB TCS rim using DT Swiss Competition butted spokes. DT Prolock alloy nips.
Yellow tape and stans valves on both wheels.
The rear wheel and both tires are brand new--never been ridden.
The drivetrain (rings, cassette, chain, rear der, shifters, cables) are all brand new--never been ridden.
Rear shock is new, never ridden, as is the post and saddle.
The ends of both cranks are scratched from repeated rock strikes. No way around it, around here.
There are a few small scuffs and scratches in the frame powdercoat, mostly on the bottoms of the chainstays. Also no way around that, unless you get off and walk the tight stuff.
BB is stock SRAM--came with the X9 cranks.
Crank spider reads "3 x 10" but this is most assuredly a 9spd drivetrain.
Pedals are not included.
New this is a ~$5000+ bike.
Selling it for $3775 including Fed Ex Ground shipping to the Lower 48.
Want it? info at lacemine29 dot com
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