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Ibis HD4, XL frame, XT, carbon rims, Fox Factory - $3,000 (South Lake Tahoe)

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bicycle type: mountain
frame size: XL
wheel size: 27.5 in
bicycle frame material: carbon fiber
brake type: disc (hydraulic)
handlebar type: riser
electric assist: none
condition: good
make / manufacturer: Ibis
model name / number: HD4
I am the original owner of this beautiful bike, she rips and I am confident that she will make the next owner happy. Frame and rims are under warranty until August of next year, I would be happy to help facilitate any warranty needs if any defects are observed after purchase. Build is as follows:

XL frame
Fox factory 36, 160 mm, 4 volume spacers
Fox X2 rear shock, rebuilt in June 2023, 2 volume spacers.
XT drivetrain, 11 speed, 11-50 tooth cassette, 30 T chainring, long cage derailer. Cassette, chain, chainring are new, 5 -7 rides on these parts, derailer replaced last fall.
XT single piston brakes, ice tech rotors
Fox transfer seat post, 150mm travel.
SPD pedals
Ibis carbon rims, Industry 9 front hub, DT swiss 350 rear hub.
Maxxis reckon 2.8" tires
Ibis 800 mm bars (converts to 760mm via removable plugs), renthal stem, ODI Arron gwin grips
Includes the following extras:
Frame bag by Alpine Threadworks
1 new chain
2 new sets of brake pads

A note on the tires:
2.8" tires got heavily hyped for about one year, they were sold as something to help intermediate level riders since they offer great traction and low rolling resistance. I've talked to people who formed strong negative opinions of this tire size after one ride, it took me about two rides to get used to the unique feel of these tires but they rip and all my fastest times are on these tires going up and down. You can always run a smaller rear tire for a mini mullet effect. Combined with the wide carbon rims this setup feels incredibly sure footed, great traction and laterally stiff wheels that resist getting knocked off line

Issues : the brake side stanchion on the fork is scratched, fork still runs very smooth. There are paint scratches and a few paint chips on the frame, these don't affect the strength of the frame at all.

I will likely install the stock ibis saddle before selling.

Full price cash deposit gets you a test ride, this bike climbs great and descends even better, come check it out.

post id: 7741447887

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