For sale is my 2007 Maverick Durance (size XL-see below for geo) with DUC 32 fork. Badge name "Tiny Tim" (Maverick did serial 'names' rather than numbers).

This is a super light and exceptionally capable 6" front 5" rear full suspension bike that was way, way ahead of its time. It has super efficient, buttery smooth and perfectly aligned front and rear suspension that travels in a unique "parallel path" which means front and rear work together to soak up bumps and maintain traction and momentum. While I've loved every mile on this bike, it was a 40th b-day present to myself that was subsequently replaced last year. I've kept it around as a 'buddy bike' and with a little hope my son might someday start riding it, but it'll be too big for him for another couple of years.

If you're not familiar with Maverick, they were a storied small builder from Denver area started by Paul Turner, after he sold RockShox. Maverick designed their frames (ML7, 7.2, 7.3, 7/5, ML-8, Durance, and Matic), their forks (DUC32, SC32), their hub (24/7), two stems, and one of the early dropper posts (Speedball).

"Back in 1999 Maverick began in Paul Turner's garage. The story is often told: In the late 80's Paul took his expertise and skills as a Honda motocross mechanic and revolutionized the world of cycling by inventing RockShox. Tired of the corporate culture he moved on and by '99 began drafting and designing a suspension bike. Turner started Maverick not to build a business, but to build their dream mountain bike."

"What's your passion? XC? Super-D? Multi-day epics? Maverick's Durance is the tool for the job. This 6069-aluminum masterpiece boasts Maverick's amazing MonoLink suspension that crushes downhills with 5 inches of travel and soars uphills as the rear wheel digs in with every pedal stroke. Plus, feel free to hammer into corners and technical sections with Maverick's precise DUC32 fork leading the charge with 6 inches of travel."

Bike has been continuously maintained by me. I was overhauling front and rear every two years, though rear damper is now in need of recharge. Link bolts and bearings have been replaced twice over the years. I have lots of spare parts, including derailuer hangers, brake pads, 0-rings, stanchion guards, etc. Bike has three maintenance-related issues: DUC crown bolts are seized and would need to be drilled out to drop fork, shock rebound cartridge needs rebuild, and 24/7 hub is pretty rough (though I've ridden this way for years and years without a noticeable effect).

Frame: 6069 Aluminum
Front suspension: DUC32 with 32 mm stanchions and 160 mm travel - convertible to 29" wheel.
Rear suspension: Monolink suspension with 150 mm travel strut.
Wheels: Front - Mavic 819 with Maverick 24/7 hub (tubeless); Rear - Stan's ZTR Flow Ex (~22 mm inner) with XT hub (tubeless strip and valves included)
Tires: Front - Maxxis Minion DHF EXO 26x2.5 (tubeless); Rear - Specialized Butcher Control 2Bliss 26x2.3
Headset: FSA Orbit
Stem: Maverick Direct Mount 70 mm
Bar: 680 mm with ~2" rise
Gris: Ergon GP-1 small
Seatpost: KS LEV 100 mm with remote
Saddle: WTB Silverado (?)
Shifters: SRAM X5 3x9-speed
Brakes: Avid Elixir 3
Front Derailleur: Shimano FDR773
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X7
Crank: Shimano XT 22-34-44 with Salsa 44t bash guard
Bottom bracket: Shimano XT
Cassette: SRAM PG980 11-34T, 9-speed
Chain: SRAM PC 971

mm in
Head Angle (degree) 69
Seat Angle (effective) 72
Seat tube (BB to top) 515 20.3
Top Tube (effective C-C) 636 25.0
BB Height (2.3 tire) 330 13.0
Head tube length 150 5.9
Front center 720 28.3
Chainstay/Rear center 440 17.3
Stand over Height 763 30.0