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    2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT2

    2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT2 (black) - Large frame

    140mm Fox Vanilla fork, 15mm Thru-axle
    Fox RP23 rear shock (Kashima coating)
    Hope Tech hydraulic brakes

    1x10 drive train
    Race Face narrow-wide 30T front ring
    Shimano 10-speed 11-36T cassette
    Shimano SX rear derailleur with clutch
    Shimano Saint shifter (1x10)
    Shimano XT crankset (this particular model is bombproof)
    Dangerboy Bashguard (perfect for the rocks here in Austin)

    Front wheel: Hope with a Stans Flow rim
    Rear wheel: DT Swiss with a Stans Flow rim
    Tire is combination Kenda Nevegal (F) and Kenda Small Block 8 (R), great for both traction and control

    Thomson seat post
    FSA Stem
    Truvative Noir carbon handlebars
    WTB Speed seat
    Ergon grips

    Cheap platform pedals (assuming everyone will add want clipless pedals)
    Has tubes now but the wheels are set up for tubeless and can be switched to tubeless in under 5 minutes
    Includes Santa Cruz grease gun for fittings
    Includes a spare derailleur hanger (possibly two if I can find the other one)

    I am 6 and this from fits me, but is a touch on the small size. Rode it for several years and it was great (the XL would have been a touch on the large size.) It is the expected set of scrapes and dings from a few years of awesome fun here in Texas, but has no major damage.

    In looking around on other sites the range for these bikes is ~$1500-2000. I have a good set of components on it and could clearly net a better price by hitting Craigslist or Pinkbike, but I don't want to deal with shipping or dodgy characters. Ideally I'd like to see this bike land in the hands of someone here in Austin that will enjoy it as much as I did. This is the PERFECT bike for someone that has been riding a cheap bike and wants to get real about their riding, but just can't afford biting off the $2-3K+ price tag of a new bike with this level of components. I rode it today and everything feels fine, but I priced it at a level that would still give room for a tuneup if you wanted one.

    $1000, firm





















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