Azonic Saber mountain bike, Marzocchi, Shimano, Halo, Avid, Truvativ

Belfast £600.00

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Posted
1544 days ago

Description

Built this bike up as a complete custom build in 2007, costing around £2500. I used it for 2 years, but since then it has just sat in my garage. I took it out again last year and used it a few times, but have now decided that it’s time to move it on. Quite a rare frame, hand welded in America, has a Romic shock, and 2 mounting positions giving either 5 or 6 inches of travel. The Marzocchi 66’s, with rebound and compression controls, are some of the strongest and smoothest forks ever made. The Shimano DXR cranks are again quite rare and unbelievably strong, they alone cost £300. The tyres are pretty cool, Marzocchi branded but made by Nokian, never once seen them on another bike! (The front Maxxis tyre in the photo is not included).

Frame: Azonic Saber (medium)
Forks: Marzocchi 66RC 150mm
Brakes: Avid Juicy 5 with 203mm rotors
Wheels: Halo Tornado
Tyres: Marzocchi (made by Nokian)
Gears: Shimano Deore
Cranks: Shimano DXR
Chainguide: Truvativ
Pedals: Shimano MX330
Stem: Clubroost M5
Saddle: Titec El-Norte

It’s been a brilliant bike, so smooth over the rough stuff, yet not too much travel so you can still pedal back to the top. Want to know any more just ask. £600 o.n.o.

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