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bicycle frame material: aluminum
bicycle type: mountain
brake type: disc (hydraulic)
condition: excellent
electric assist: none
frame size: Medium
handlebar type: downhill
make / manufacturer: Santa Cruz
model name / number: V10
serial number: N/A
suspension: frame and fork (full suspension)
wheel size: 26 in

Hi, I have a Santa Cruz late model V10, which means its the 12” travel frame! The frame is a 2010 but all components are 2018 to present. It has 26” tires and its a Medium frame. Im 5’11” and i ride it comfortably, but its also good to around 5’7”.
I bought this bike from a bike mechanic in St. Cloud, Mn. He had this bike stripped down to the last bolt and bushing and had it rebuilt with top of the line components. I have also added a few parts since ive had the bike. The ones I have added are within the last month and are marked (New).
Here is a list:
-Sram Guide RSC G2 brakes
-XO1 Sram 7spd DH-X Horizon derailleur
-Red Mtb Silicone Brake lever sleeves(New)
-ODI (Troy Lee Designs Edition) lock-on grips(New)
-XO1 X-Sync Sram Carbon crank
-XO1 Sram DH X-Actuation shifting trigger
-RaceFace Atlas 780mm bars
-Red Deity Black Kat flats (New)
-Red Deity Seat post clamp (New)
-Red WTB Volt Race 142 saddle (New)
-XO1 x-sync chainring
-XG-795 mini block cassette
-MRP 2X bashguard
-MRP Chain guide (New)
-Raceface Atlas Stem
-DT Swiss 350 hubs (front and back)
-RockShox MY17 Boxxer RC forks (Just had a full rebuild done at Ski Hut in Duluth. One of the stantions were slightly damaged so I had new ones put on, but one of the new stantions did not fit, so one is gold and one is black now, they r amazing forks and were spring forks but are now rebuilt as air forks, which in my opinion is nicer for dialing in your suspension and for faster rebound. They look really good and is an amazing suspension($1,000 New) 7/10/19).
-Brakes were bled and bike had a full tune-up at Ski Hut in Duluth. (7/10/19)
-New Pistons in Sram Guide RSC G2 Brakes, New Derailleur Hanger (Thru Axel), New Headset Bearings, and a solid look-over to make sure everything is 100% ready to go! 7/15/19 (Done at Galleria Bicycle Shop in Hermantown)
-Top of the line Industry nine gravity aluminum tubeless wheelset
-RockShox Vivid R2C Rear shock with 600lb spring
-Red Essee ceramic bearing alloy rear derailleur bearing (New)
-Risk Titanium oil spill color RSC Sram clamp bolts (New)
-Red Fixie Mtb Presta valve stem caps (New)
-Red alloy brake cable end caps (New)

This bike is bulletproof and has very low ride time on all the components. Crazy comfy down the hill. I love this bike but Im selling to buy an enduro bike. It has Magic Mary Schwalbe front and back (less than half a season on them), Frame has a few blemishes from riding, as to be expected from a 2010 frame. No cracks in frame, very strong! I would only be interested in trading for a newer enduro bike of greater value with cash on my end, lmk what you have.
$1,500 OBO
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