I reckon I could, although I‘d probably feel bad because like I said so many wear items need replacing. I know for a fact you could build a nice bike and some of the parts are in good nick. The FD trigger works flawlessly, the crank is in good working order, etc.
I was thinking about that, too.part it out so you you are guilt free and have free space?
Thanks, that's nice. They tested the BMC I was eyeing, and they really like it.The field trip series on Pinkbike does a good job of finding bikes you may not even be aware of and giving reviews.
I have been happy with pinkbike in the respect they do not restrain from bashing a bike. if they don't like it, they will let you know why.
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If you want to race, a Specialized Chisel Comp, if you can find one. Last time I checked L-sized frames were sold out.... I think I might have got the last L-sized Chisel in Japan at the time, lol.
If you care more about trail enjoyment, maybe a Fuse instead. It's a hardtail trail bike with a dropper post.
That's more than I paid for mine new.... Haha.Looking for a budget mountain bike myself I was thinking of an L sized Chisel. They are indeed sold out. There is one on here that I was keeping an eye on.
But then as I was watching this MTB, a nice gravel frame in XL size popped up so I just pulled the trigger on that...
That's more than I paid for mine new.... Haha.