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    FS: 2018 Specialized Diverge Expert Gravel Bike

    Selling a great bike that Iím sure I will missÖ

    Specialized Diverge Expert - 58cm
    Carbon Fiber Frame/Fork - Gravel / Adventure Road Bike
    Model year 2018 (purchased new Fall 2017)
    Oak/Gallardo Orange/Black color
    1x11 SRAM Force w/ hydro disc brakes
    700c x 42 gravel tires (Teravail Washburn tubeless)
    Future Shock vibration dampening

    Rest of the full specs can be found here:
    https://www.specialized.com/us/en/me...ext=95418-3358

    Thinking $3000 to local Jackson mag

    This is an awesome and versatile bike - Iíve owned it new since 2017 and have put miles on it city riding, during casual commuter trips, fun weekend bar crawls, long road rides, gravel slogs, itís climbed steep mountain passes, and has cruised on speedy dirt single track! This bike really is a great crossover bike for everything but true mountain bike terrain. It can handle being purely a road bike (you could always opt for smaller tires if you ever only ride in dry paved conditions). It can handle hardcore gravel stretches. Light enough to climb. Stable enough to descend. Fun to go on an evening stroll. But also burley enough (with all necessary mounts) for bike packing and adventuring. Perfect for the greater Teton area. Truthfully.

    Selling because I havenít ridden it as much this summer as in seasons past (been running more), and am potentially looking for something a little different in the future when the time is right. That said, I know Iíll miss this bikeÖ especially this fall and next spring, as itís the perfect bike for getting out and adventuring even in less than ideal conditions, when less capable bikes wouldnít feel quite at home.

    Bike is in good shape - components have lots of life left on them and run smoothly. After every clean and a light tune, it runs great. Iíll be happy to clean and tune prior to a sale. Tubeless Teravail gravel tires are practically new with only about 80-100 miles on them. Wheels are true. Bottom bracket, head tube, axles, etc are all smooth and silent. Probably about 200-250 miles since last full tune at local bike shop.

    There are a few scuffs, scratches, and dings on various bits, bars, and frame. All superficial. None impacting function or performance. This bike really is mostly pretty clean/good.

    Pedals included if you would like them. Price negotiable. Dual sided - flat / clipless.

    Grab it for the fall season or for early season 2022 riding! Open to reasonable local offers. Thanks for looking!

    Let me know if you have any questionsÖ happy to schedule a test ride in the greater Jackson area. Shipping a bike is $$$ right now - but if you are interested in covering the shipping cost - willing to ship.

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    must resist. must resist. must resist.



    great deal right here, glws!


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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    must resist. must resist. must resist.

    great deal right here, glws!
    Thank gawd its a 58, not a 56, thank gawd.
    I just went tot he Specialized page to ensure their sizing isn't different, then got out the tape measure and asked my wife to verify my height.....

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    Just posting to say I appreciate when a seller takes the bike to the salon in advance of a nice photo shoot for the sale posting. bravo. great bike, great condition, great deal glws.

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    I have this exact bike in the same color. How is the clearance on those 42s?

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    Interested - mind giving me a call? 406-548-4488 (major forum n00b here ... I seem not to have PM permissions... possibly because I haven't logged into this account in years.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by east or bust View Post
    must resist. must resist. must resist.
    great deal right here, glws!
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    tEmPtAtIoN... Haha - thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by chaka View Post
    Just posting to say I appreciate when a seller takes the bike to the salon in advance of a nice photo shoot for the sale posting. bravo. great bike, great condition, great deal glws.
    Awesome - thanks! Worthy bike deserves worthy care!

    Quote Originally Posted by sethschmautz View Post
    I have this exact bike in the same color. How is the clearance on those 42s?
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    Plenty of clearance on them - I think the frame/fork are clear for up to 47mm (if I'm not mistaken). 42mm is a sweet spot for me. I liked the stock 37's actually too - rolled noticeably faster. But I ride for fun/fitness not necessarily time - so the comfort trumped.
    -deej
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Hubbs View Post
    Thank gawd its a 58, not a 56, thank gawd.
    I just went tot he Specialized page to ensure their sizing isn't different, then got out the tape measure and asked my wife to verify my height.....
    Aside from the stack being tall, the reach is less than some modern 56cm gravel bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtrPickels View Post
    Aside from the stack being tall, the reach is less than some modern 56cm gravel bikes
    That's not helping....

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    Quote Originally Posted by markegge View Post
    Interested - mind giving me a call? 406-548-4488 (major forum n00b here ... I seem not to have PM permissions... possibly because I haven't logged into this account in years.)
    Avoid getting hassled and PM your digits before you get drunk dialed at 3am.

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    Quick bump before winter is fully engaged...

    Still available...
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    Nice rig.

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