I have a 2016 size medium Transition Smuggler 29er that is super clean, dialed, and ready to ride. This bike has Ibis 941 carbon rims. These rims are wide with a 35mm internal width that allow you to run lower tire pressure than a narrow rim. I typically have my tires set at 25psi which provides amazing grip and traction. It's also almost like having another set of suspension when you can run your pressure that low. Maxxis Minion DHF / DHR 2.3 inch tires. Race Face Six carbon bars. Sram Guide R brakes. Sram GX 1x11 drive train. Rock Shox Monarch RT3 115mm shock. Rock Shox Pike 130mm fork. KS LEV Integra 150mm dropper post. Rattle-free internal cable routing. The geometry of the frame and big wheels make the bike punch well above what the travel numbers suggest. I had my homies at The Hub Bikes do a full race day tune so you don't have too. All bolts and fasteners have been torqued to spec. The suspension and drive train have been fully cleaned and serviced. Tubeless tire sealant has been topped off. New chain, new grips. I have receipts and records of all the maintenance performed on the bike. The build on this bike was about $6000 when it was new and you can tell when you go ride it.