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Banshee Paradox v3 Raw Hardtail

Fun low(er) maintenance trail bike! 
 65 deg headtube, 76 deg seat tube, 425 mm chain stay
Fun low(er) maintenance trail bike! 
 65 deg headtube, 76 deg seat tube, 425 mm chain stay Love Deity RootBeer color with olive green grips and pedals Paradox v3 can run 29 x 2.6 or 27.5 x 2.8 wheels. Min-Max build: High end fork and wheels. Solid brakes, and affordable where I break things microSHIFT Advent X 11-48 drive train Beautiful tinted clear coat for raw look, but gloss.  Wont oxidize Banshee head badge Made in Taiwan, excellent welds at this frame price point Killer machined out details to keep aluminum hardtail frame from feeling harsh.
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Banshee Paradox V3
Rear Shock -------
Fork Manitou Mattoc Pro 27.5 160 mm
Headset Other Banshee inc w/ Frame
Handlebar Deity Ridgeline 35
Stem Bontrager Line Pro 35 Blendr
Grips Ergon GE1 Evo
Brakes SRAM Guide 4 piston
Brake Levers SRAM SRAM Guide RSC New 2016, friends garage find!
Shifters Other microSHIFT ADVENT X pro clean shifting, good ergonomics
Front Derailleur -------
Rear Derailleur Other microSHIFT ADVENT X affordable and durable!
Chainguide OneUp Components ISCG05 Underbash
Cranks Shimano XT 1x11
Chainrings / Sprocket OneUp Components 32T Oval
Bottom Bracket Shimano XT BB-MT800 Hollowtech II Threaded 73mm BSA
Chain Other SRAM 10x
Cassette / Rear Cog Other microSHIFT ADVENT X 10 Speed 11-48t
Pedals Other iSSi Thump w/ replaceable pins Nice nylon pedal
Front Rim Bontrager Line Pro 40 carbon
Rear Rim Bontrager Line Pro 40 carbon
Hubs Bontrager Rapid Drive 108
Spokes DT Swiss 14/17G bladed spokes 28 front/rear
Front Tire Bontrager SE4 Team Issue 2.6"
Rear Tire Bontrager SE4 Team Issue 2.6"
Saddle Chromag Trailmaster DT
Seatpost Crankbrothers Highline 7 Dropper
Seatpost Clamp Deity 31.6mm more Root beer!
General Info
Model Year 2021
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Additional Info Dream meets reality build. It was super hard to find some parts and keep a consistent style with 2020-2021 parts shortages. Bought what I could when it was available. Goal was reliability and a bike built for the long haul and a 200 lb rider. No rear suspension to maintain, no creaky linkage. Must have threaded bottom bracket and a fork that can stay tall yet supple in all terrain. Big thanks to all my friends who helped find great parts to help make this happen and Hardtail Party youtube channel for great reviews and advice!
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