WTD: DH/FR bike or frame
How about a 2007 Specialized BigHit? Anodized black(Avocado) 190-210mm adj. travel from a Fox DHX3 shock .. 2006 Rock Shox Boxxer Ride U Turn forks, 135- 180mm adj travel, Motion Contol/Floodgate damping (wind em down for the climbs) .. Saint brakes .. RaceFace Double n bash chainset with front mech .. Deore shifters .. Mavic 521/Hope Bulb/Deore rear wheels .. Everything in excellent condition, not been used much.Posted 9 years ago
You can have the complete bike for £1000 or Frame/fork/headset/seatpost/saddle/front mech for £600
Email peeone88(at)hotmail(d0t)c0m if interested & I’ll send picsIAMember
140mm “FR” enough for you?Posted 9 years agoschwimoidMember
Mythic Scream Frame, pretty burly but can fit a front mech. longish TT.
Cheers ChrisPosted 9 years agomildredMember
have a look at this:
Boutique and beautiful for the price of a halfords special. Frame only available.Posted 9 years agomboySubscriber
Pics of the frame and forks and everything else now up at http://www.flickr.com/photos/7280231@N02/Posted 9 years agobruneepSubscriber
Not mine, but a mates
2004 Santa Cruz VP Free Frame
Size mediumPosted 9 years ago
Finished in anodized black.
The shock is Fox DHX 5.0 with a c/w a two steel springs 450lb & 500lb
I purchased this frame in late 2005, the bearings are in good condition and the shock was serviced last year by Tim Flooks.
c/w Santa Cruz bearing set (opened) Easton Seat post and Santa Cruz seat post clamp and 12mm rear axle.
It has been used weekly for the last three years, been to France twice, done countless uplifts and races. This reflects in the paint finish.
I have a 2005 Orange patriot 66 for sale, Marzocchi Bomber 66 forks upgrade. Not looking for loads for it, just enough to fund my new bike. Its not been ridden loads and is in excellent condition. I’m downsizing to something less hardcore, never really had it in me to use the bike to it’s full potential. Can send you pics if you like?Posted 9 years ago
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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