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John Gatrell
by johnnyboy666
Published: 2nd March 2019 (1 year ago)
Size? (Frame, clothing, wheel size etc. You can pick 3)
Collection only


For sale is my Custom build Transition, it’s a medium frame with a cane creek double barrel air, blue hope headset and blue hope BB.  Specs as follows;

Manitou Mattoc Pro forks set to 170mm. It can be converted to 650b by putting a spacer inside and limit in travel to 160mm. This fork is maybe 2 years old but easily less than 100 miles on them.

Hope pro 2 hubs (blue) with DT double butted spikes on wtb frequency i25 rims with maxxis Minion DHF/SS combo on tubeless.

Hope M4 brakes with hope floating 180mm rotors and blue goodridge braided hoses.

Drivetrain is a pair of saint cranks with a 32t Garbaruk narrow wide chain ring, saint rear mech and XTR shifter, XT 11-36 10 speed cassette and a KMC x10 sl gold chain.

KS Lev 150mm dropper post.

Finishing kit is wtb volt with ti rails, salsa lip lock seat clamp, Easton haven stem and kenesis strut carbon bars, oh and specialized sip lock on grips.

I think that is pretty much everything. It’s just been fully rebuilt and serviced and everything is running flawlessly.

It cost over £4k to build and I have been very reluctant to sell it as I know it’s value has dropped like stone but the truth is I don’t ever ride it. It did the Mega avalanche maybe 4 years ago and has barely been ridden since. The last 3 years maybe 1 trip to bike park Wales and one trip to Antur Stiniog plus two or three local trail centre visits? 100 miles tops as I solely use my fatbike now for everything so it’s just sitting around.

I’m open to reasonable offers.

Any questions or additional pictures then please let me know.

Collection only and I will be keeping the pedals.



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