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    LenzSport Mammoth for sale.

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    Size <a href="http://lenzsport.com/detail.php?prodID=29">large</a>.</div>
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    Built new in September, ridden very little since.</div>
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    I built this to be my "one bike". &nbsp;You know, the one you'd keep if you could only keep one. &nbsp;Thus it is my ideal balance of light, durable, and capable.</div>
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    The "catch" is that I still have 4 other bikes, and as such this one has seen little use. &nbsp;</div>
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    So little use that I can't justify keeping it.</div>
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    Most people look once and assume the frame is black. &nbsp;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. &nbsp;When I asked Devin Lenz to build this frame for me I told him I wanted a "root beer" frame. &nbsp;</div>
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    Chainrings are 22 x 33.</div>
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    Cassette is 12 x 36.</div>
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    Hayes Stroker Trail brakes, 7" rotors. &nbsp;Brand spankin' new sintered pads and rotors on both ends.</div>
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    DT RWS for a little extra clamping power.</div>
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    ENVE DH carbon risers. &nbsp;Uncut.</div>
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    SRAM X7 twisters--same weight, same guts as X0, but much more comfortable grip.</div>
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    Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.3" tire up front, Geax Sturdy 2.3 out back. &nbsp;Both run tubeless with goop.</div>
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    Syntace Superforce stem in 70mm x 6*.</div>
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    Fork is a Fox F32, tapered steerer, 15mm axle, 130mm of travel to match the 120 out back.</div>
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    The stuff you can't see:</div>
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    DT Swiss 440FR front hub, laced to a Stans Flow EX rim using a blend of DT SuperComp and Revolution butted spokes. &nbsp;DT Prolock alloy nips.</div>
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    DT Swiss 350 rear hub, laced to a WTB TCS rim using DT Swiss Competition butted spokes. DT Prolock alloy nips. &nbsp;</div>
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    Yellow tape and stans valves on both wheels.</div>
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    The rear wheel and both tires are brand new--never been ridden.<br />
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    The drivetrain (rings, cassette, chain, rear der, shifters, cables) are all brand new--never been ridden.<br />
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    Rear shock is new, never ridden, as is the post and saddle.<br />
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    The ends of both cranks are scratched from repeated rock strikes. &nbsp;No way around it, around here.</div>
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    There are a few small scuffs and scratches in the frame powdercoat, mostly on the bottoms of the chainstays. &nbsp;Also no way around that, unless you get off and walk the tight stuff.</div>
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    BB is stock SRAM--came with the X9 cranks.</div>
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    Crank spider reads "3 x 10" but this is most assuredly a 9spd drivetrain.</div>
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    Pedals are not included.</div>
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    New this is a ~$5000+ bike.</div>
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    Selling it for $3775 including Fed Ex Ground shipping to the Lower 48.</div>
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    Want it? &nbsp;info at lacemine29 dot com</div>

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    Best all around bike that I've ridden, and I've ridden quite a few

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