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    Fresh off the rack Rocky Mountain Vertex

    Freshly built Vertex. 20.08lbs (as pictured)
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    Wow - that's light! And it looks great.
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    gorgeous

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    Shorten that front brake hose a bit and lose that .08 lbs.
    I crashed hard enough on my Tallboy to break my leg,
    The carbon is way more durable than most people.

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    DT Swiss forks are very underrated. I loved mine. Wish they'd start being a standard item on bikes on this side of the pond.

    They look pretty cool, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke View Post
    DT Swiss forks are very underrated. I loved mine. Wish they'd start being a standard item on bikes on this side of the pond.

    They look pretty cool, too.


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    Indeed. He fell in love with them on his last bike. He went right back to them for this build.

    Nice product for sure.
    Here's my crummy, slow-going blog The Slow Spoke if you're interested.

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    Nice! What size frame is it?

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    Very nice build, that weight is properly impressive. I'm guessing it's a Medium, but that's just eyeballing the proportions.

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