Used bicycle from the well-known Swiss brand BIXS, model Sauvage Climber.
The frame size is 21 ", but the bike is short, it's worth taking a ride and trying on. I am 187 cm and it's ok (the fact that I installed a shorter stem than originally).
The bike was bought with a mileage of about 500km, I rode on bike one season. On February 2019 I've installed a whole new Sram GX Eagle drive (the chain is not yet pulled out).
Well-kept bike, no need for a financial contribution.
Bicycle from the 2018 collection.
Frame: Carbon, 21 ", 150 mm, hub Boost 148x12, aluminum link
Fork: Rock Shox Pike RCT3 Dual Position Air, 15x110mm, tapered, 160 or 130 mm (regulation)
Damper: Rock Shox Monarch RT3 Debon Air
Handlebar: Race Face 35mm
Stem: Race Face length 65mm
Cranks: Sram GX 175 mm
Bottom bracket: Sram PressFit
Chain: Sram GX 12s
Cassette: Sram GX 12s 10-50T 500%
Derailleur: Sram GX Eagle 12s
Shifter: Sram GX Eagle
Brakes: Sram Guide RSC
Blades: Shimano SM-RT86, front 203 mm, rear 180 mm (new)
Saddle: Ergon SM30
Seatpost: Kind Shock KS Lev Integra 150 mm
Wheels: 27.5 "DT Swiss Spline One XM-1501, 28 spokes, 40 mm wide rims, Tubless Ready
Front tire: Schwalbe Hans Dampf 27.5 x 2.6 "(flooded with milk)
Rear tire: Vee Crown Gem 27.5 x 2.6 "(inner tube)
Pedals: Platforms on machines - B'Twin
The whole bike weighs 13.5 kg
I add a spare derailleur to the bike.
Bike geometry in photos.
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