An awesome 2020 Nukeproof scout 290 with only about 100 miles on the bike The bike is The Nukeproof Scout Competition edition I have upgraded the drive train with a new Scram Gx eagle rear derailleur Frame Nukeproof Scout 290, custom triple butted hydro-formed Alloy, internal cable routing for dropper seat posts, threaded bottom bracket, Boost 148mm rear axle spacing Fork RockShox Sektor RL 130mm, 51mm Offset, Debonair, Diffusion Black Headset: Nukeproof Warhead, 44-56 IITS Stem: Nukeproof Neutron AM, 45mm, Black Handlebar: Nukeproof Neutron 800mm, 25mm Saddle: Nukeproof Neutron, Black Seatpost: Brand X Ascend internal,170mm drop Crank: SRAM SX EAGLE 12 Speed, DUB, 170mm, 30T, B148 Cassette: SRAM SX EAGLE PG1210 12 Speed, 11-50T Brakes: SRAM Level T Rims:Sunringle Duroc 35 Comp 29", 15x110mm Tires: Front: Maxxis Assegai 29" x 2.5”WT, EXO+, TR, Maxx Terra, Rear: Maxxis Minion DHRII 29" x 2.4”WT, EXO+, TR, Maxx Terra Disk Rotors: SRAM Centreline, 180mm I also have the touch up paint in order to do cosmetic touch ups due to scratches while riding.
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