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    Chasing Epic Demo Bikes for Sale: Ibis and Spot

    It's almost time to sell my demo bikes for Chasing Epic, so I thought I'd post here before dealing with the riff-raff of Pinkbike and Craigslist. See below for details and pricing. All bikes are in perfect working condition with a few topical scratches unless otherwise noted. They're all 2018 models and were purchased new this spring, and have an average of 20-25 days of riding on them.

    The bikes will be ready in a week or two, so if you want one I can either take a deposit or full payment, then you can pick it up or I'll ship (at your expense). PM if interested.

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    Ibis Mojo 3 ($3000)

    Medium, Red: GX build w/ PNW Components dropper post upgrade, multiple scratches on rear chainstay (take $100 off price)
    Large, black: GX Build w/ PNW Components dropper post upgrade

    Ibis Ripley LS ($3200)

    Medium, Yellow: GX Build w/ Fox 34 Factory fork upgrade, PNW dropper
    Large 1, Silver: Full XT 1x11 build w/ Fox 34 Factory fork upgrade, PNW dropper
    Large 2, Silver: GX Build w/ Fox 34 Factory fork upgrade, PNW dropper
    XL, Yellow: GX Build w/ Fox 34 Factory fork upgrade, PNW dropper

    Spot Rollik ($3500)

    Medium 1, Black/Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension (Fox 36 and DPX2), BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels
    Medium 2, Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension (Fox 36 and DPX2), BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels
    Large, Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension (Fox 36 and DPX2), BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels
    XL, Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension (Fox 36 and DPX2), BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels

    Spot Mayhem ($3500)

    Medium, Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension, BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels
    Large 1, Red: 5-star build w/ XO1 drivetrain, Factory Suspension, BikeYoke Dropper and Stan's Flow wheels
    Last edited by smmokan; 10-17-2018 at 05:10 PM.

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    I need a new bike so badly, but no can do. I don't know squat but those look like good prices. Maybe next year (or if my wife gets a high paying job soon!).
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
    "She was tossing her bean salad with the vigor of a Drunken Pop princess so I walked out of the corner and said.... "need a hand?"" - Odin

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    I bought one of smmokans demos two winters ago and have since put on about 1500 miles on it. Killer deal and buy with confidence.

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    Definitely buy with confidence. I bought a wheel set from smmokan and not only was it a great deal, he was a fantastic seller with actual customer service.

    Super mag who I would buy from again without hesitation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I need a new bike so badly, but no can do. I don't know squat but those look like good prices. Maybe next year (or if my wife gets a high paying job soon!).
    Those are great prices and you'd dig the Rollik. Or the Mojo 3 for that matter.
    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

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    I hear those Spot carbon bikes will explode!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    I hear those Spot carbon bikes will explode!
    Heh... once they realized what the problem was and replaced the upper linkage, that hasn't been an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Heh... once they realized what the problem was and replaced the upper linkage, that hasn't been an issue.
    Oh really? I didn't realize there was an end to that story, just saw all of the youtube talk. I was of course just kidding - random things can happen with all kinds of frames.

    Reminds me of a few years back when Gwin's Santa Cruz hit that wooden post on the course and it cracked in half. The first comment was: "They should find out what kind of wood that post was made out of and use it for their frames!" lol...

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    Bump to update available bikes... medium Mojo 3 and XL Mayhem sold.

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    just here to +1 comments of Smmokan being a great trustworthy seller! Damn, I wish I had budget for a new bike.

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    Wish there was a small in there for my wife

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmaio View Post
    Wish there was a small in there for my wife
    How tall is she? Some of the mediums run pretty small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmaio View Post
    Wish there was a small in there for my wife
    Smalls are hard to come by but we just got one direct from Spot for a good price. Wife is 5'2" and fit on the small mayhem

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    She has a short torso and around 5'4", so the reach on mediums are generally too long

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmaio View Post
    She has a short torso and around 5'4", so the reach on mediums are generally too long
    Yeah, agreed.... the smallest I've had on one of our mediums is 5'5".

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