I am getting ready to sell my small 26" Juliana/Superlight 2011 that was ridden maybe a total of 50 hours by myself and maybe 15 hours by my 11 year old son (we covered the small Juliana logo up with a Snowbird sticker and no one was the wiser) if anyone is looking for their girlfriend/wife or kid. It is the DX build and is in great condition, definitely never crashed. Just had the shock serviced and put new tires on. I think they are going for around $850.
No, I'm sorry, I should have said that I am in the United States.
I have a size medium SL 26" frame for sale, with Chris King turquoise headset, Fox Float 120mm fork (tapered head tube) and fox float r rear shock. Frame and fork are in excellent condition. The shock is not currently mounted on the frame, as I borrowed it for another bike for a short period. There are probably less than 20 rides on the bike and just normal paint scuffs, but nothing major. Looking for 350 for the whole kit shipped to the lower 48 from Seattle. Photo is of the frame new, out of the box. Let me know if you have any questions,
As long as we're talking Superlight frames for sale...
If anyone has a line on an XL Superlight 29er frame (bare bones optional, no suspension, BB, headset necessarily required) shoot me an email or PM!
Got any recent pics? How would you be shipping and do you do paypal?
LOVE my Superlight 29er!
These are all the upgrades I've done so far...
Rockshox SID XX 120mm forks
Stan's ZTR Crest wheelset
SRAM PG-1050 cassette
Hayes Prime Comp brakes 180F / 160R
Schwalbe Racing Ralphs
RaceFace Respond 45mm 10 degree stem
Salsa Salt Flat carbon 760mm handlebars
Xpeda Spyro pedals.
KS Dropzone seatpost
WTB Trail Tech Lock-on grips
I love how easy it is to upgrade and can only see myself upgrading it more and more. The Superlight rides GREAT and tackles trail and uphill riding like a champ! Easily one of my favorite bikes!
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Fresh rebuild on my Superlight 29.
New pivot hardware
New XT 11sp drive train
Renthal 40mm stem
Spank spike flats
Argent 2.4 skinwalls
I think that's all of the fresh bits.
Earlier changes were the offset shock hardware, Cane Creek Anglesey with the 120-140mm fork slacking the head angle to around 68 degrees.
This thing handles great.
Only issue with the rebuild was the unacceptable chain line using the outer 96bcd mounting. I had to pick up a 64bcd to get a good line but all I could find was a 28t. It works well on the terrain I ride so I might just leave it. Climbs like a goat.
Still looking for a bash guard to replace the outer ring though.
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