I am selling my 17.5" 2009 GF Paragon MTB (hard tail) because I'm upgrading to a new rig that is well beyond my skill and fitness level. Nothing motivates me like knowing I'm a poser and needing to train up to my gear .
The bike is stock and will be sold "as-is", without pedals. To my knowledge, it is mechanically quite sound and has served me well as I've learned to navigate our local trails. I have a brand-new (yesterday) tire on the front (Schwalbe Nobby Nic) and a virtually new (few weeks) Crossmark tire on the rear. It weighs, according to my buddy's scale, 27lbs almost on the nose with pedals.
The bike has some typical chips and dings in all the appropriate places and some stubborn discoloration on top/down tubes that someone more industrious than I can probably figure out how to remove. I haven't because it's really not that big and it's a MTB. I let the drive side chainstay get beat to crap because none of my guru friends reminded me to put a guard on it, but I have one on it now and the chips are all cosmetic and clean under the guard.
Specifications: <a href="http://www.bikepedia.com/QUICKBIKE/BikeSpecs.aspx?Year=2009&Brand=Gary+Fisher&Model=Paragon&Type=bike">2009 Gary Fisher Paragon; Complete specs</a>
Photo attached (if I did it right).
2009 GF Paragon (hard tail) MTB 17.5"
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