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Trek XO2 CX bike for sale "Simply the best"

I'm parting ways with my Trek XO2 Cyclocross bike. It breaks my heart to sell my baby, but times are tough for motorcycle dealers nowadays. Mint condition, barely broken in, previous owner scratched it here and there, but never crashed, never raced, especially in muddy national races, and never ridden in anything less than perfect weather by my grandmother.

Size 58 for full sized humans, comes with Shimano RS10 wheels and road tires installed. Extra set of Michelin CX tires as well in case you want to trash this beauty and race it in the muck and mess. SRAM Force hardware on this because it needs to be durable yet needs to party a bit too. Any other questions you can email me and I will ignore it. One stack and nothing less. If you don't know what that means I highly doubt we would be a good match and you can go buy a new bike at the white people store for 2 stacks instead. Ya heard? Holla at yo boy!
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pics of "simply the best" on frame please

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It cleans up well for being ridden by grandma...

PS what is 2 stacks? Is that two stacks of quarters, 1 dollar bills, one on top of another?

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pics of "simply the best" on frame please
That's the decal with my name on it.

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It cleans up well for being ridden by grandma...

PS what is 2 stacks? Is that two stacks of quarters, 1 dollar bills, one on top of another?
Stick with the white people store homeboy!

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Good Luck, I'd post for my team mate but he has a hard time paying his debts now...

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YA, I'm not the one he has to take check from

That I have a CX bike that was ridden by a little old lady as well but has lower miles, I think it was a garage queen or at least it is now. ..

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whats the deal w those brakes? they look kinda trick and kinda 1991 cantilever heel biters
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Cantilever is standard CX braking. Mud clearance is the reason.

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Dis nigga shows up and says he wants to be the best and puts 1.2 stacks in my hand and says teach him everything I know because he recunizes awesomeness when it's staring at him and then drives off with a new CX bike to kill the prairie paths on. So all you fools sitting on the fence you just lost your shot at glory. Dis muffucka is sold!

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Does it have chrome cranks and extended chain stays now, too?

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