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  1. #1
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    FS: 2018 Spot Rocker SS w/ Gates Carbon Belt Drive, Upgraded Build

    I'm selling my 2018 Spot Rocker singlespeed, size LARGE. The frame is steel and is in excellent condition with only two small nicks on the back of the driveside chainstay (seen in picture). As it currently is built, the bike weighs 24 lbs. I can also include a 1x11 setup for an add'l $100 if you want that, too.

    This bike is upgraded over the stock build with Stan's Arch MK3 wheels, a Pike RCT3 130mm fork, new Schwalbe Addix tires, and a carbon Raceface Next handlebar. See below for the full spec list, and please see the pictures for more details on the condition.

    SOLD SOLD SOLD picked up around Boulder, CO. Will also ship at buyer's expense.

    Frame: Spot Rocker Steel SS, size L
    Fork: Rockshox Pike RCT3 130mm
    Wheels: Stan's Arch MK3 (tubeless)
    Brakes: SRAM Level TL
    Tires: Schwalbe Magic Mary 2.35" front, Nobby Nic 2.35" rear
    Seatpost: Fox Transfer 150mm
    Drivetrain: Gates Carbon Belt Drive w/ 42x28 setup
    Stem/Handlebar: Raceface Turbine w/ Raceface Next R 760mm handlebar
    Grips: Ergon GA2

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    Last edited by smmokan; 07-05-2019 at 03:32 PM.

  2. #2
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    Cool! How do you get a new belt on? Don't see a split in the drive side anywhere.

    Edit: I think I get it actually, neat solution.

  3. #3
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    Damn man. I have no need for a single speed or light hard tail but that thing is awesome looking? I cant figure out the trick with the belt. Care to explain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_B View Post
    Damn man. I have no need for a single speed or light hard tail but that thing is awesome looking? I cant figure out the trick with the belt. Care to explain?
    Drive-side chainstay and seatstay are not actually attached, just pinched together by dropout slider bolts. Pull chainstay away from bike to split the dropout slider in half.

    This might help, note the seams in the dropout slider:

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    Sneaky!

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    Yep. Super easy to swap the belt out or set it up as a 1x drivetrain, too.

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    FS: 2018 Spot Rocker SS w/ Gates Carbon Belt Drive, Upgraded Build

    How tall are you, or what’s your inseam, stand over height etc?

    I have a M frame but have a 30” inseam and monkey arms so have issues with some L frames.


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    I'm 5'11" with a 30-31" inseam. The seatpost is down in the frame as far as it goes, and it's a good fit for me. I think a swap to a 125mm seatpost might be better so I have some adjustment room, I just never got around to it. Otherwise, the bike fits me great.

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