Intense M16 Frame, XL, bought new directly from Intense
Cane Creek DB coil shock with 450-lb spring

Fox 40 Factory fork. 1 of 2 used components on this whole bike. I bought it from a buddy who rode it 2 rides and gave up DH cuz he is more of a XC guy. Quitter... So still practically new.

Wheels, custom built with the following:
Hope Pro4 hubs, black, front is 20mm axle back is 150mm spacing
DT Swiss FR570 rims
DT Swiss competition spokes, custom red candy powder coat (looks amazing in the sun)
Maxxis Minion Tires, 2.5" Setup Tubeless

Brakes
Saint levers and calipers, red jagwire cable housing
Hope floating rotors, red spider, 203mm

Race Face Atlas crank, Red anodize
Spank oozy pedals, black (will consider taking $75 off price if you don't want these pedals)
e*13 chain guide

Saint rear derailleur, the other used part of this bike. One of mine that i planned on replacing, but haven't done it yet.

Ultegra 10 speed cassette

Saint shifter, red jagwire calbe housing

Raceface Atlas 30mm bar 800mm un-cut, red anodize
Raceface Atlas clamp-on grips

Chromag 30mm Direct Mount Stem

Chromag Lynx DT saddle
$3750 and I will pay for shipping within the US.

All parts except the 2 specified are brand-new, purchased for this project. Motivation for this bike came after learning that Intense would not be producing aluminum welded frames anymore. I was a mechanic at a bike shop back when Shaun Palmer was killing it, so ever since I have been a huge Intense fan! Such a cool history of crazy custom built aluminum frames, from an awesome bike brand with a unique story. I get that carbon frames are awesome too, but I wanted to have a piece of the history and build a bike from the last aluminum frame they would produce. So red is my color, obviously... Tried to keep a tasteful balance with the black frame. I think the wheels with the custom red powder coated spokes is one of my favorite bits. I built the wheels and the whole bike up myself, was a super fun project for sure.

Well, I moved from some prime DH country to some very not so prime DH country in the middle of this project. So, literally, I have rolled this bike in my neighborhood streets 2-3 times since building it last summer. This bike has never been seen dirt or anything more than the black asphalt of my cul-de-sac. I still mtn bike but the nearest legit DH trails are 8 hours away, and this bike has been sitting in my garage for a year. Writing this makes me realize how lame I am for not hanging on to this. But as much as I loved this project, I would rather it get used than just sit in my garage.

Message me if you would like any more details or pics.

Thanks for looking!