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What would these be worth Morewood Mbuzi & Intense Tracer 26ers

DR ◣◢

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Hi all 


I know it is close to impossible to put a realistic value on a bike that you have an emotional attachment to so I'd rather ask for an unbiased opinion. 


It's time to move to the more modern wheel sizes and the Morewood might go up for sale. 




Morewood Mbuzi 160mm AM frame (2 x DHX 4 rear shocks)

Rockshox Lyrik 160mm Solo Air

Nukeproof Zero stem 

Nukeproof 760mm carbon bars

KS Lev Seatpost (external routing) and under bar lever
SDG Morewood saddle

ODI Lock-on grips


Loaded AMX rims on Hope Pro 2 hubs

New condition Schwalbe Hans Damph tyres

Hope Evo M4 brakes with 203 and 180mm floating rotors. Braided hoses.


SLX Crankset with 32t chainring

Csixx Chainguide with top and bottom retention

9spd chain & casette

XTR long cage rear derailleur and shifter

Saint flat pedals


I tracked the bike from the start on Strava and it sits at 2600km done in total. It does have trail rash as to be expected from an 8 year old bike. 



Second bike


Intense Tracer II 160/180mm AM frame (DHX 5 rear shocks)

Rockshox Lyrik 160mm (not sure of the model but it is the more advanced model)

Generic 60mm stem 

Renthal Lite 740mm carbon bars

KS Supernatural Seatpost (external routing)
SDG Belair saddle

Raceface Lock-on grips


Mixed rims on mixes hubs. (Superstar DH front on 20mm hub and Ritchey OCR rear)

WTB Bronson front and Geax Mezcal rear tyres

Hope Race X2 brakes with 160mm Shimano rotors. Braided hoses.


Raceface with 32t chainring

Top chain retention thing

9spd chain & casette

Saint short cage rear derailleur and shifter

No Pedals


It does have trail rash as to be expected from an old bike (not 100% sure how old). The frame has some bad scratches and a dent at the bottom of the down tube. 


Advice would be greatly appreciated. 


Alternative would be to part it so if anyone would be keen to set some prices on the components. 





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