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Withdrawn: Niner, EMD 9 with Shimano XT components

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By kfalloon - Posted on 10 July 2017

NB: Originally posted elsewhere on the Global Riders Network and appears via syndication.

Note that this is "Withdrawn" so is here for archive purposes only.


Niner EMD 9

Low-weight cross country 29r speed machine.

This bike is super-light and fast with high-quality components.

If you are looking for a bike for the Kalamunda 50, the Dwellingup 100 and the Cape to Cape races - this is a great alternative to buying a new machine.

I really have enjoyed riding this bike and am selling because I want another bike and have to make room for it.


  • Niner EMD9 frame medium black;
  • Rock Shox Fork Reba RL 80mm Blk;
  • Pro Tharsis Seatpost 31.6x400mm;
  • Niner Flat Top Handlebar Carbon Red/White Logo;
  • Easton EA90 Stem 90mm 0deg;
  • Cane Creek Bottom Assembley 40 Series 0stack 1.5" (ZS56/40);
  • Cane Creek Top Assembley 40 Series 0stack 1 1/8" (ZS44/28.6);
  • Shimano XT Front Derailleur Hi Clamp 2x10;
  • Shimano RD-M780 Rear Derailleur XT Shadow 2x10 Blk;
  • Shimano BR-M785 XT Disc Brake Front Right lever;
  • Shimano BR-M785 Rear Disc Brake Deore XT BL-M785 Left Lever;
  • Shimano CN-HG94 XT 10sp Chain;
  • Shimano CS-M771 Cassette 11-36 10Sp Deore XT;
  • Shimano SM-RT76 Disc Rotor 160mm XT 6-Bolt;
  • Shimano SL-M780 XT Shift Lever I-spec 3x10/2x10;
  • Shimano SL-M780 XT Shift Lever I-spec 10sp;
  • Shimano FC-M785 Front Crankset XT 175mm 38-24 Blk;

Saddle: WTB rocket

Pedals - I'm keeping my clip-less pedals and I have spare set of deity platform pedals to go with the bike at no extra charge.

azfromoz's picture

Hi Keith
Is your niner still available? Perhaps you could let me know on 0402561059


kfalloon's picture

Hi Aaron,
Apologies - the niner sold quite quickly. I had an advert on bike exchange and I didn't get an email of your message.

Good luck finding a new bike. Cheers, Keith

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