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23 lb Custom Carbon HT 29er MTB Build Size Large - $2,800 (Charlottesville)

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bicycle type: mountain
frame size: Large
wheel size: 29 in
bicycle frame material: carbon fiber
brake type: disc (hydraulic)
handlebar type: flat
electric assist: none
condition: new
make / manufacturer: DIYcarbon
model name / number: HT 29er
Here is a custom build I just completed that looks like no other hardtail 29er out there.
I built this up for my daughter to ride, but it turned out to be too big for her so it is up for sale.
I have about $3000 into this build so I am just looking to sell this to someone at my cost.

As you see it, with bottle cages and flat pedals, it weighs in at 23 lbs. This is a do-it-all hardtail that is ready for the trails, gravel or road.

The carbon frame, carbon wheels and carbon handlebar are from DIYcarbon and come with a 2 year warranty. I built up a bike with a DIYcarbon frame prior to this one for myself and it has been a joy to ride for the past few months with no issues.

A bike with these specs from a name brand would easily cost you a couple thousand dollars more.

I have added some frame protection, thick lightweight grips, a chain guide, and the Schwalbe tires are set up tubeless with Muck-off valves and Stans race sealant (4 oz in each tire).

Here are the specs:

Size is Large and should fit riders from around 5’7” to 6’1”

DIY carbon boost frame is modeled after the Santa Cruz Highball, but has a few slight geometry tweaks so that it is not a copy.

The DIY carbon boost asymmetrical wheels have Bitex hubs, Sram XD driver, 29mm internal width and is set up with Pillar 1420 double-butted bladed spokes. All matte black with no logos.

29.2” wide DIYcarbon flat bars have a 6 degree sweep.

Rockshox REBA 120mm fork with boost spacing. (Best and lightest fork for the money).

Drivetrain is a Sram X01/GX 12 speed combo set up with 32t up front (custom painted white by me), and a 10/50t cassette out back.
GX shifter, cranks, chainring and rear derailleur
X01 cassette and chain

Brakes are Shimano 500 series 2-Piston Hydraulic Disc Brakes with Sram centerline rotors (180/160). (Best brakes for the money).

Stem: Raceface ride, +/- 6 degree, 70mm

Grips are Wolf Tooth Fat Paw

Bontrager saddle

Specialized 350mm carbon seat post. (The bike does accept a 27.2 dropper and has cable routing).

MZYRH Mountain Bike 9/16" 3 Sealed Bearings Lightweight Non-Slip Nylon Fiber Platform Pedals. (I’ve put these on a few bikes and they have been great).

I also have a set of used Shimano XT trail SPD pedals available that I would include instead of the flat pedals, if you prefer.

Also included are 2 brand new Elite SRL Pro 20 oz water bottles that are dishwasher safe and BPA free. (My favorite bottles).

All you need is a helmet and you are ready to ride! Shoot me an offer.



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