October 29th, 2014 - By admin
I’m selling one of my personal steel mountain bikes. It’s probably about a 2006 vintage. It sports 26″ wheels (remember those?) and a 1 1/8″ straight steerer (whoa!) which is why it’s being offered for the laughably low price of $950.
It has a very nice Spectrum paint job, black and pink, with a little metalflake. logos are painted on, not decals. Brazed PMW dropouts.
It’s in very good shape for its age, BUT it did suffer some scratches when it made the cross country trip to North Carolina in a moving truck. The fork lowers and one side of the front rim got some damage that doesn’t affect anything, but does have the look of something abrasive rubbing against it for 3000 miles or so. I have pictures if you need them. Beyond that, the bike has no issues.
The frame specs are as follows:
seat tube c-c 17.25″
top tube effective 23.5″
head tube 4.75″
XTR 970 3×9 drivetrain, 180mm crank
White Industries disc hubs/DT rims
Mystery Manitou fork, maybe a 7? Was that a model? It has a lockout & 90mm travel.
Thomson stem and post
Easton Monkeylite Carbon bar
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 805.574.0414 for more info. If you are in the NC triangle/triad area you are welcome to check it out in person.