Up for sale is my 2014 Lenz Lunchbox, in 9.5/10 condition. I prefer to sell the bike complete, but will consider parting out, particularly if you want to buy more than one component. Please read the description carefully, as there are a few changes from the pictures. http://lenzsport.com/mountain-bikes/lunchbox/ Complete manufacturer info in the link above, but the geo highlights on the bike include 150mm rear travel, 16.7" chain stays, 13.7" bottom bracket, and 67* head angle. I've thrown some offset bushings on the bike and gotten a 13.2" BB and 66.5* HA as a result. Also, the rear end is 142, not 157 as the Lenz website specs out. I requested that this frame be built to accommodate a 142 wheelset I already had. Descends amazingly, and climbs really well, too, particularly with the TALAS 36 in the lower setting. I also have a set of 5" rockers I'll throw in with the complete bike (or if you want to buy just the frame/shock). With the 5" rockers, you can run the bike at 130f/127r for an amazingly quick, responsive ride on trails that may not require 160f/150r. In short, there are a lot of options here. All told, I've put about $7500 into this bike. Here's what I'll sell you for $4900... Medium Rawthic frame 200 x 50 Cane Creek Double Barrel Air CS (w/ both stock and offset bushings) 2015 Fox 36 TALAS 160/130 (~200 mi on this almost-new fork, stealth decals) Industry Nine Torch Enduro 29 wheels (recently rebuilt, rims have ~75 miles) USED X01 RD, shifter, cassette (~1,200 mi) or BRAND NEW X1 RD, shifter, cassette X1 (S1400) cranks (~200 mi) w/ 28t WTC Drop-Stop chainring (~450 mi) BRAND NEW Guide RS brakes (200f/180r) Rockshox Reverb Stealth 125 x 380 (RH remote mounted under LH side) Thomson 50mm stem Raceface Atlas 780mm bars (uncut) TLD ODI or Renthal Kevlar grips (your choice) Fizik Gobi XM saddle Currently running a 2.5 DHF front and a 2.3 Slaughter out back, which is killin' for dry as a bone SoCal. I'll include those two tires, 2.3 DHF, a 2.35 Ikon, a 2.3 Ground Control, and a 2.2 Purgatory in the purchase, all with 8/10 tread. I removed most of the decals, but have a full spare set I'll include. As described, the bike sits at 30.8 lbs. Here are a couple of vids of my riding the Lenz: Smooth and Flowy - Fast, Twisty, Steep - Chunk, Flow, Pedally - Shoot me any questions you might have.