For sale a perfect condition Tharpu Peak full suspension mountain bike. It is in all original with very low mileage. Very fun to ride. Small size, would fit someone up to 5'8 (1.71m). This bike has the Pinnacle A7 Custom Butted 7005 Aluminium frame with P-Fit Geometry, Direct 4 Linear Platform and Anodised Link Plates. Comes with the X-Fusion 2 rear shock and RockShox Tora 302 Air suspension forks that has 100mm of travel and turnkey lockout. Both derailleurs are Shimano, a Deore M531 at the front and a Deore LX-M581 SGS at the rear, while the shifters are Shimano Deore SL-M530. It also has Shimano Hydraulic BR-M485 Disc Brakes and 160mm Rotor with Shimano BL-M485 Hydraulic Levers. It's worth mentioning that the suspensions work with compressed air, so you can adjust the pressure to your needs, which is pretty cool. I am a bike enthusiast, restorer and cyclist so please check the other bikes I have for sale. I can provide a receipt and proof of purchase. My stock is limited to 7 bikes, but I don't always have 7 for sale. I repair (when necessary) and fine-tune all the bikes I acquire. I also try to clean them as best as I can. Lately, I have been specialising in Carbon frames but I work with any bike. I also customise and service them, just get in touch. Cycling 12 miles to work is how I test them so expect a used bike working like new. You can find me on Strava as Fatty Marchetti where some of the restorations I did can be seen. I plan on opening my own bike shop soon but for now, it is more of a personal service. I have 100% feedback on eBay and 5 stars on Gumtree. So buy with confidence. Why by a used bike? 1 - The bike performs the same as a new one (if well maintained and well tuned). 2 - You can sell for relatively the same price you paid (if in good condition, etc) 3 - 20% - 70% cheaper than a new one. Advice about buying used bikes: - Always check the serial number of the bike when buying, it's not offensive. Also, as soon as the bike is yours, take a picture of the serial number on your phone (believe me, it will help in the future). I had loads of bikes stolen in London that I don't have the serial... - Always use a lock like Kryptonite(with the cable, locking the wheels together) and don't believe anyone that tells you otherwise. - If your wheel gets bent when locked, remove the bike straight away (it's the first sign someone will come back for it). - Never leave a bike locked outside overnight, especially on your back garden! - Don't rely on CCTV systems.
11 days ago