2012 Cannondale Jekyll

I built this from the frame up in Spring 2012. This is a bike that can handle downhill trails with right rider and still won’t slow you down on the XC course. Large sections of the frame are covered with 3M film (the stuff meant for cars). I think it weighed in the low 24 lbs range with a front derailleur and without the MRP guide. The 1x9 setup may seem a bit odd, but it’s because the bike is stlll ahead of it’s time; much like downhill has gone to 7 speeds, enduro will be going from 12 to 9. Actually I made that up, it has 9 speed because I happened to have those parts available and never felt the need to upgrade. Saw a regular amount of use the first year I had, but not a ton since. FInishing grad school, having kids and starting a new career will do that to you. Asking $3000 OBO.

Cannondale Jekyll Carbon Large
Fox DYAD RT2 shock
Rock Shox Revelation World Cup
American Classic All Mountain wheels set up tubeless
Thomson Elite Seatpost
Fizik Gobi seat
Easton Haven stem
Easton Haven carbon bar
Sram x.0 1x9 gripshift
Sram x0 carbon crankset
Sram x.0 medium cage derailleur
Shimano XT cassette
MRP G3 chainguide
Formula R1 brakes with braided hoses and carbon levers
Formula R1 two piece rotors
ODI lock on grips

Comes with two shock pumps and I believe I have a front derailleur for it also. I have 3 direct mount chainrings for it.