Just picked up a new bike and need to sell my Trek to offset costs. You don't make enough money in a shop to keep more then one nice ride.

2014 Trek Fuel EX 9.8 27.5 with the DCRV/Re:Aktiv shock and 120mm of travel. Front triangle and seat-stays are carbon fiber. Frame has a tapered headtube and a 144 x 12mm through-axle. The shock really gives the bike a bottomless feel and is plusher then the DW-Link Ibis I'm replacing it with. Frame was warrantied late last year and came with all new pivot bearings from the factory. Everything is tight and the shock was rebuilt at the time of warranty.

If you're curious, the last frame's main pivot's axle sleeve unbonded from the frame and was ripping the the front triangle apart from the inside. Trek took care of everything super fast and I have had zero issues since then. Bike has probably been ridden ~18 times since warranty replacement.

See photos for tire and cable rub. Note the photo of the NDS seatstay rub please, it's by far the worst of it. I'd guess that the rear wheel needs to have its dish checked

Parts, excluding the fork, wheels, stem, tires and some other odds and ends are from 2015 when I built up the bike initially.

2017 FOX 34 GRIP w/15mm T/A and 140mm of travel. I picked this fork up after the new year and still haven't even gotten it completely dialed in. It's definitely stiff and tracks super well. There is a slight rub spot on the lower crown but it's immaculate otherwise. Probably have ~ rides on it. Comes with paperwork and bottom-out tokens.

IBIS 738 wheelset. Super wide alloy rims and decent hubs. Very stiff and stable. One of the better upgrades I made. Rims have a 34mm internal width and are asymmetric. Guessing I have ~18 rides on them? Great shape. (http://store.ibiscycles.com/ibis-738...0142-p324.aspx)
Tires are Schwalbe Nobby Nics, 2.25 and in great shape. Currently set up tubeless.

Rockshox Reverb. Works perfectly and predictably.

Shimano XT 10speed group; 30t - 11/48. I converted the drivetrain over to a 1X with a bunch of Wolftooth parts. Shifts okay and is probably ready for some work since I've been running it since day one.

Shimano XT with a 180/160 rotor combo.

BAR/STEM: Bontrager Carbon handlebar 720mm. RaceFace 50mm stem

Adjusted figures with the 140mm fork
HTA 66.5d
SA 71.5d
TT 608mm
WB 1115mm

Interested? Get at me! It's a great bike but I'm moving to a 29er.

Bike is in East Oakland and I work in Berkeley.

More photos here: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2174022/