I purchased this frame new in August 2019, built it with all new components in September 2019. Has only been ridden about two dozen times since then - the bike rides as new; no squeaks, creaks, or rattles. Suspension is just barely broken in and buttery smooth. Selling because I ride mostly XC; I built this to do more AM riding, but I just haven't had the time. Time to let this bike go from my stable for someone who will ride it more frequently. The frame is nearly flawless, a few superficial nicks here and there. The only really noticeable one is a superficial paint chip near the bottom bracket. No cracks, nothing wrong with the frame. The rear wheel has a scratch/dent from a weird rock strike. No issues holding air or seating the bead because of that dent, and the wheelset is true and in excellent condition. Fork and seatpost stanchions are perfect. Other than these minor things I've disclosed, this bike is pretty much flawless. The bike has been meticulously maintained, but not excessively washed. Has never been ridden in mud. Unique build with thoughtfully selected, high-quality components. MTBR classifieds only allow for 5 photos, additional photos here: https://www.pinkbike.com/buysell/2873022/.

Components:

Suspension:
DVO Onyx D1 set to 170mm travel (DVO's top of the line enduro fork - 36mm stanchions, adjustable high/low speed compression, rebound, and OTT (Off-the-Top, allows you to perfectly fine tune how the initial stroke feels without any mid/end stoke compromise.)
Cane Creek Coil IL, 500# VALT spring

Cockpit:
Cane Creek 40 headset
Deity Skyline 787 handlebar
Chromag ranger 50mm stem
(note: ergo grips will be swapped out for like-new ODI ruffian grips prior to sale)
Wolftooth light action dropper remote
Cane Ceek Opt remote for shock climb switch
Fox Transfer 150mm dropper
Chromag Lynx DT

Brakes:
TRP Quadiem brakes. (If you are not familiar with these brakes, Aaron Gwin runs them. They combine the best of Shimano and Sram - they have Shimano-like reliability, are compatible with 2-piston Shimano XT/Saint/Zee pads and use mineral oil, but they have excellent SRAM-like modulation.)
Shimano RT-M76 rotors (203 front, 180 rear)

Drivetrain:
XTR M9000 11 speed shifter
XT M8000 11 speed derailleur with Wolftooth Wolfcage (for perfect shifting with the 11-48 cassette)
Garbaruk 11-48 cassette (243g, 11-13-15-17-20-24-28-32-36-42-48. 11-42 cogs are machined from one piece of billet steel, 48T cog is aluminum - this is a $228 cassette and better than any 11-speed cassette Shimano ever made. https://www.garbaruk.com/11-speed-ca...tml?category=2)
165mm Canfield AM/DH forged 7075 aluminum cranks. (Why 165mm cranks on a size L bike? Improved clearance and greater efficiency - see https://canfieldbikes.com/products/c...s-am-dh-cranks)
30T Blackspire oval chainring
OneUp chain guide / bash guard
Wipperman 11s0 chain with Connex link
Pedals not included

Wheelset:
Handbuilt with Onyx classic hubs with satin black anodized finish, DT Swiss XM 521 rims (35 internal width) Wheelsmith double butted spokes, black brass nipples. Maxxis 3C EXO Maxx Terra 27.5 x 2.6 DHF / DHR, both in excellent condition. If you have never ridden Onyx hubs, you will never go back to clanky and noisy ratchet & pawl, ring or star drive hubs again. These hubs are completely silent and engagement with the sprag clutch is smooth and instantaneous. All you hear on descents is wind through your helmet and your knobbies on the dirt.

Flair:
In order to pick up the pop of the DVO lime green anodized bits against the raw carbon finish and blacked-out components, I selected the tight green colorway for the saddle and added five pieces of lime flair: Deity headset spacers and valve caps and PRO Components seatpost collar.

$3999 plus shipping (via Bikeflights, runs approximately $40-90 depending on how far you are from California). I may be open to selling the frame only.