bicycle frame material: carbon fiber bicycle type: mountain brake type: disc (hydraulic) condition: excellent electric assist: none frame size: 21" / 53 cm handlebar type: flat make / manufacturer: KTM model name / number: Scarp Master suspension: frame and fork (full suspension) wheel size: 29 in
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This is a complete 2017 21"/53cm KTM Scarp Master Carbon Fiber Full-Suspension Mountain Bike as pictured.
This bike retails for $7,000.
The Scarp is KTM's Full-Suspension 29er Cross Country race bike. This bike rides like it has more travel than it does and the geometry makes it incredibly precise and nimble including at slower speeds and over technical terrain. The component spec is awesome combining the best from SRAM and Shimano. The shocks are Fox (also the best) and it has all the latest features like a 1x12 drivetrain, a clutch rear derailleur, thru-axles front & rear, Boost spacing front & rear, 3 water bottle mounts, and even a lockout lever that works on both shocks at the same time. The bike comes with 29x2.25" tires but it will easily accommodate 2.35" tires front & rear. All the suspension pivots are bomber and this bike does not flop around when you lock out the suspension and stomp on the pedals.
This is a fast and light(!) Cross Country bike. It tips the scales at just under 25 lb. as pictured.
Here are the highlights
Frame - 21"/53cm Carbon Fiber Scarp Master with Fox Float Elite shock (90mm of travel)
Fork - Fox Float SC 32mm (100mm of travel)
Wheels - DT hubs, DT rims (aluminum), DT spokes & nipples, tubeless-ready
Tires - Schwalbe Rocket Ron 29x2.25"
Drivetrain - SRAM X0 Eagle 1x12 (10-50 cassette, 175mm cranks, 34-tooth chainring)
Brakes - Shimano Deore XT hydraulic (180mm front rotor, 160mm rear rotor)
Saddle - fi'zi:k with titanium rails
The frame has routing for electronic shifting and an internal dropper post.
I've had the bike for two years but it has not been ridden very much. I have a lot of bikes so none of them rack up that many miles. The drivetrain and brake pads are still in excellent shape as is the entire bike.
The bike is 100% stock with the exception of the grips, I swapped out the silly foam grips it came with and installed some Oury rubber. In the interest of full transparency, the front tire has a small nick in the sidewall. When I was riding it the sealant plugged the hole but I installed a boot anyway as the tires were brand new when this happened. I have ridden the tire with the boot and with zero issues since then.
I'm selling the bike with inner tubes installed as not everyone wants sealant and if they do, they usually have their favorite brand. Plus most brands of sealant don't do well when the bike sits idle for extended periods.
I'm 6' 2" and this bike fits me very well. I'm guessing it will fit people between 5' 10" and 6' 3".
I'm the first and only owner of this bike.
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