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This listing is for my 2020 Santa Cruz Bronson CC bike. This is one of the last ones produced at the end of 2020. Santa Cruz will sometimes release unpainted bikes in end of year colors like the one you see here.

Bike was built by Colorado Cyclist and delivered in February of this year, with a SRAM drivetrain that I upgraded to all XT components after delivery.

Bike is in perfect mechanical and cosmetic condition. XT parts are brand new.

Color : Camel
Model: Bronson CC
Material: Carbon Fiber
Number of Speeds: 12 Speed
Frame Size: Medium
Brand: Santa Cruz
Wheel Size: 27.5 in
Bike Type: Mountain Bike
Brake Type: Disc Brake - Hydraulic
Suspension Type: Full Suspension (Front & Rear)
Vintage: No

Parts List
Front fork Fox Factory 36, Kashima, EVOL, GRIP2
Rear shock RockShox Super Deluxe
Shimano XT dual piston calipers and levers (BR-M8120) 203mm front rotor, 180mm rear rotor
Shimano XT 1x12 drive train
165mm Shimano XT cranks, Foundation flat pedals
XT 34T 1x chainring
XT 10x51 microspline rear casette
Fox Transfer Kashima dropper
SQLab 60X 140mm seat
RaceFace 30Offset wheels, DT350 hubs
Santa Cruz carbon bars, SC grips
Burgtec 52mm stem

I’m selling this because I lost leg into a car accident and see no use of it again

This bike is located in Illinois .
Price : $3,300
Contact me for any questions or if you want to look at the bike in person.
 

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Sorry to hear about your accident. I am interested - can you send me a DM with your contact info? Having an issue sending you a message because my account is new. thanks
 

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I think you will find that everyone other than a local sale with cash will insist on using regular PayPal for the transaction - very standard for anything sold on the internet. Regardless, sorry it didn't work out and good luck
 

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Surfnride7 , Next time be serious person , I dislike wasted time a lot
Then why post a Fraudulent sale to begin with?


I think you will find that everyone other than a local sale with cash will insist on using regular PayPal for the transaction - very standard for anything sold on the internet. Regardless, sorry it didn't work out and good luck
Regular Paypal doesn't work for the Fraudsters using a previously sold Ebay Ad.........sigh.
 

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Good sleuthing OldMike. How did you pick up on this? Google image search, keeping up with Ebay sales or...?
 

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I will take some text from the ad "This is one of the last ones produced at the end of 2020. Santa Cruz will sometimes release unpainted bikes in end of year colors like the one you see here " put it between quotes like this and then run it through a search engine. I am having problems with google doing this right, it now directs me to websites it thinks I want to see so I will do it via bing instead. Results:
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Also suspicious that he states "This bike is located in Illinois" but the pix were taken in California (China Camp State Park). Sure the first one could be from a previous ride but the detail shots are taken in the same location.
 

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It's a common scam on Craigslist for used cars. A fake sob story. Usually along the lines of "it was my husband/wife/child's car who has passed away" and they need to sell it because it is to emotionally difficult to keep. The price is always too good do be true.
 
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