Don't know if this will find any love here- but it's worth a shot.
Mountain bike I bought a few years ago while I was into mountain biking for about a year, and then kind of abandoned it after moving to London. Great bike, looked after, I just never use it anymore. It's a lot of fun downhill, on natural terrain. And can hold it's own at trail centres. Swinley's great. Wales can really start to tax the travel.
120mm Kashima 32mm fox forks with CTD - fully serviced and stanchions replaced 200 miles ago. CTD damping.
Rear shock was replaced by Trek as part of a recall. ~400 miles ago.
Strong & light Bontrager Rhythm wheelset. Front tyre is tubeless, rear has a tube. Both were tubeless but the rear got a tear that wouldn't seal. So now it's got the mix of strong rear and grippy front!
Full Shimano XT drivetrain. You can either have the almost new raceface ring and go 1x10 or I can put a couple chainrings on for 2x10.
Reverb post works well apart from in the dead of winter when it gets slow.
Suspension can make some weird creaks- which cleared up after dissembling and cleaning the pivot points, but then slowly returned. Internet research seems to say it's endemic to these bikes and is from dirt buildup in the pivots.
If you want, I have a pair of lighter tyres to go with it, + a longer, black stem, + if I can find them- thinner, black grips.
I live out near High Wycombe, so viewing/collection arrangement could be a pain. But let's cross that bridge when we come to it.
Looking for £1200.