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Old 12-10-21, 09:08 PM
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SOLD: 1994 Specialized Hard Rock Rebuild

***SOLD***

If this isn't considered classic/vintage enough, please feel free to move it to regular For Sale forum...

This is an updated classic Specialized Hard Rock MTB/trail bike. This was nearly a complete tear down & rebuild. The only remaining original parts are the headset (serviced & in great condition), seatpost & saddle, and the brake cantilevers. Everything else is new. If you'd like to read my blog post about the build process it's here: https://thesurlybiker.wordpress.com/...-bike-rebuild/
The bike had been in climate controlled storage for almost a decade - frame is in real good shape.

Parts breakdown:

Frame & Fork: Chromoly
Frame Size: 18” (5’5 - 5’9”ish)
Bars: Salsa Rustler, 750mm
Stem: Salsa Guide, 100mm +/-15°
Stem Adapter: Profile Design threaded to threadless
Grips: RaceFace Grippler
Levers: Shimano BL-R550
Shifter: Microshift Advent 9spd trigger
Crank: SunTour XCM
Chainring: RaceFace 1x Narrow/Wide 104 BCD
BB: Shimano UN300 square taper, 113mm spindle
Rear Derailleur: Microshift Advent 1x9 clutch
Cassette: Microshift Advent 9spd 11-42t
Wheels: Weinmann 519, 26x1.5”
Tires: Vittoria Mezcal, 26x2.1”
Chain: SRAM 9 spd
Brake/Shift cables & housing: Jagwire
**PEDALS NOT INCLUDED**

Asking $575 + $175 S&H
(Local shop quoted $90 to box a bike, and estimating $85 to ship via ShipBikes.com)
(Anyone local to Houston area can just come pick it up)











Let me know if you have any questions.

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Old 12-10-21, 09:16 PM
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That's the nicest Hard Rock build I've ever seen.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Are you moving to the East Coast so I can save on shipping?
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Old 12-11-21, 09:47 AM
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Great deal, great looking ride!
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I'll bite on the kudos too. Bang up job integrating in modern components (including a great job on the threadless headset) in a way that doesn't seem jarring at all.

This should go fast!
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Thanks for the compliments everyone - it was a fun project bike for me.

This bike is now sold!!

Can’t believe I tried selling it on FB marketplace for the past 5 months I should have just come here first, lol.
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