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Marin Wolf Ridge Pro Custom Build Medium

Marin Wolf Ridge Pro Custom Build Medium

Regular price $1,799.00 USD
Regular price $2,499.00 USD Sale price $1,799.00 USD
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Looking for a nice spec carbon enduro bike for beginner alloy money?  This could be for you, your kid, or maybe a spare bike when buddies come to visit you!  

Selling my custom built Marin Wolf Ridge Enduro Bike.  I built it up a year ago here at the bike shop I own and it has been a lot of fun and this was the 2nd Wolf Ridge I’ve owned over the years.  Super smooth over the rough stuff but also not a bad climber when you have to go back up thanks to the suspension design.  Yes, you will be asked over and over if it is an e-bike, but other than that, the design works well and is a lot of fun.  This build is a mix of a lot of different parts as I’ve taken off some of the parts recently to use on other builds.  I am selling it as follows:

Frame:

Full Carbon 160mm travel.  Frame model year is 2018 but was sitting in Marin inventory until I bought it around Feb of 2023.  (Marin made the Wolf Ridge from 2018-2020).  Condition:  Very little wear.  A little paint chip under shock (pictured) when we were removing shock for warranty.  Top tube a little mark from something.  Other than that, very little wear and in great condition, still looks new like it did a year ago

Full Unidirectional Carbon Fiber Frame, Naild R3ACT – 2 Play Suspension Technology, 160mm Travel, 148mm Boost Rear Spacing, Naild 12-3-9 Locking Quick Release Thru-Axle

Suspension:

Fork: Marzocchi Bomber Z1  160mm Grip Damper (Fox 36 Rythm).  Fork is a couple years old but in March of 2023 when I built it up it got a new air spring, and lower leg service (seals, dust wipers, and oil).  Maybe has 20 hours on it since then (all here in Houston) since I ride other bikes from the shop.  Slight scuff on stanchion but doesn’t affect performance (pictured). Legs have some marks (pictured)

Shock: Fox Float X2 Factory. High and low speed compression adjustment.  First week or 2 after building it up, shock went out due to Fox defect (known issue). Fox rebuilt it under warranty and has worked awesome ever since.  Maybe 20 hours on it (like fork).

Wheelset:  Crankbrothers Synthesis Enduro Alloy.  Boost. 110 front, 148 Rear, 6 bolt, XD Driver.  Only a couple months old.  Had them in inventory but through them on when I busted a spoke on my carbon wheels and had to send them off.  Have used these on other builds and work well especially for the price.  

Tires:  These were thrown on a couple months ago with the wheelset because I had planned on switching to something else and for Houston, they are light and fast.  Front: Continental Trail King 29x2.2, Rear: Continental Cross King: 29x2.3.  Fast, but if you need more traction obviously you can switch them out

Brakes:  SRAM Guide T 4-piston.  Reliable, effective, and inexpensive SRAM 4 piston stoppers.  Had them in inventory when I initially did the build so through them on.  Work as they should.  Centerline 200mm rotor up front, 180mm in rear.  (1 year old)

Drivetrain:  Crankset: SRAM GX Boost crankset 170mm (has a tad heavier steel ring since I had to rob the alloy for another project).  Cassette: e*thirteen TRS 9-46T XD (year old).  Only weighs like 330g which is why I picked it (and you can replace the lower cogs if you wear them out which is cool).  Chain: SRAM XX1 (few months old).  Derailleur and Shifter: SRAM GX (year old or so).  

Cockpit:  Handlebars: Chromag Fubar 35 rise, 35mm clamps, 780mm length.  Stem: Raceface Aeffect 35mm 40mm length.  ODI Elite Pro grips.  Generic Dropper lever.

Dropper: Crankbrothers Highline 3 125mm (30.9)

Saddle: WTB Speed cro-mo gel saddle (pretty comfy)

Sold AS-IS, no warranty, no returns, Buyer Pays $190 insured UPS Shipping

 

 

 

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