2014 BMC Fourstroke FS01 29 Carbon Trailcrew (XX1) $3650.

Specs:
Year 2014
Frame size L
Frame tubing Carbon
Rear Shock APS Suspension Fox Float CTD Factory Kashima 100mm
Fork Fox 32 Float CTD Adj FIT Factory Kashima 120mm
Chainrings Sram XX1 30T
Cassette Sram XX1 10-42
Front Derailleur None! (Crank Boots UPGRADE)
Rear Derailleur Sram XX1 Type 2
Shifters Sram XX1
Handlebar BMC MFB01 Carbon
Stem Easton Haven
Brakes Sram XO Carbon 200/180mm (UPGRADED to new model Avid Centerline rotors)
Front Hub DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline ONE 655 Grams
Rear Hub DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline ONE 790 Grams 142X12
Tires 2015 Nobby Nic 29X2.35 Trailstar Tubeless(UPGRADE)
Rims DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline ONE
Saddle Specialized Phenom Low-friction saddle (UPGRADE)
Seatpost Rock Shock Reverb Stealth 125mm (Best Invention of the last 5 years)
Color Naked
Weight 23.6
Price paid $8,599.00 tax (including the upgrades)

I Purchased the baddest ass full suspension bike available last July and have enjoyed it immensely, however I am a single-speed rider at heart and this bike is simply too much bike for me.

This build came in originally at 23.6lbs! It has top of the line components throughout, including the new DT Swiss XR 1501 Spline ONE wheels which are light and stiff as carbon wheels with upgraded 36 tooth ratchet drive. It can be a cross country whip or a burly trail bike depending on how you feel on the day. Fast and light.

This is the Trailcrew version which has a 120mm Fox Float up front and a Reverb Stealth dropper (which i love!).

UPGRADES:

•Custom clear matte Framesaver protective wrap on frame & cranks applied when it was pristine new

•New Specialized Phenom saddle

•Schwalbe Nobby Nic 29 X 2.35 Trailstar tubeless tires.

•Avid Centerline rotors (howl free!)

•Crank end protector caps for carbon cranks.

•I flipped the reverb dropper button to the underside of left handlebar as per MTBR comments to prevent damage if bike needs to be turned upside down for trail service. Bike probably has about 200-275 miles on it and is in perfect shape with nary a scuff.

If in So-Cal, come to test drive. Pedals not included.

This bike cost an arm and leg! I am not motivated to sell, however if you give me a decent offer, I will consider it.

BMC Website (this is the100mm version, mine is the Trailcrew with 120mm fork and Reverb dropper):
http://www.bmc-switzerland.com/us-en...-01-xtr_di2-1/

BikeRadar Review:
http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/ca...-xx1-15-49556/

from web:
Fast: In all-carbon guise, the full-suspension fourstroke's big 29er wheels roll smoother and faster. Thanks to our BWC geometry, the bike feels agile and nimble, letting you effortlessly pick your way through steep, sinuous single track. For high speeds, the low bottom bracket, long top tube, and relaxed head angle work together to keep the bike stable and, above all, the rider confident.

Efficient: The FS01 is designed to dance within the 2kg frame weight barrier making it lighter than just about anything else in its category. But the feathery weight does not detract from the ride, thanks to an optimized carbon fiber design, featuring an oversized down tube, tapered 1 1/8" to 1 1/2" headset, unified rear triangle, and 12mm x 142mm thru-axle. This all works in concert to keep the bike torsionally rigid for steering precision, and laterally rigid for power transfer. Our APS (Advanced Pivot System) suspension, specifically refined for big wheels in conjunction with our BWC, provides the perfect balance of comfort, control and efficiency.

Capable: True to our Swiss way of thinking, BMC likes bikes that have the tools to take on everything - and do everything well. Our fourstroke platform is designed just for this: Combining the big wheels, stable geometry, high torsional stiffness and APS suspension.BMC's fourstroke range is capable of overcoming any obstacle, whether that's challenging terrain or marathon distance. Don't ever back down, just ride on.