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    Warhead78, that is a beautiful bike! I'm very jealous, I really like the gold bars, stem and seatpost clamp

    Could you post the parts list with the total bike weight? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by warhead78 View Post
    Trailside shots from this weekend



    Quote Originally Posted by unknown-rider View Post
    Warhead78, that is a beautiful bike! I'm very jealous, I really like the gold bars, stem and seatpost clamp

    Could you post the parts list with the total bike weight? Thanks
    nice bike.... I built it

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    It's been over a year since this landed on my front door. The old green cranks are gone for some 175mm not green models. The fork needs a service, really needs a service, so does the bb. Bars and stem got replaced for Thomson and Easton bling. The old grips are gone for some cheap foam hand-gasms, sooner or later there'll be a ti-post in the offing... someday.

    But most importantly, the old reliable King/Hope/Mavic set up is on my Cotic now, this gets E13 trs, King and DT revolutions. They are absurdly light, like somebody stole half my wheelset, brilliant!

    PS, still love this bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknown-rider View Post
    Warhead78, that is a beautiful bike! I'm very jealous, I really like the gold bars, stem and seatpost clamp

    Could you post the parts list with the total bike weight? Thanks
    Thanks!

    On One 456 Carbon 18"
    Fox Talas
    Roval Traverse Wheelset w/ Nobby Nics, tubeless
    E.13 XCX+ single crankset w/ Gamut guide
    Canfield Crampons
    X.9 shifter/derailleur
    XT Brakes
    Atlas Bars/On one stem
    Fizik Saddle on Ritchey WCS Post

    Weight: 24lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbat View Post
    Nice build mate :thumbup:

    beter watch out though at 24lb theres a couple of arseholes on this thread that will tell you thats to light to be all mountain
    Thanks man, it works for me and that's all that matters

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    wrong button
    Don't call yourself an AM rider just because you suck at XC

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    Quote Originally Posted by warhead78 View Post
    Thanks!

    On One 456 Carbon 18"
    Fox Talas
    Roval Traverse Wheelset w/ Nobby Nics, tubeless
    E.13 XCX+ single crankset w/ Gamut guide
    Canfield Crampons
    X.9 shifter/derailleur
    XT Brakes
    Atlas Bars/On one stem
    Fizik Saddle on Ritchey WCS Post

    Weight: 24lbs
    ooOOOooo... That's slick!
    Don't call yourself an AM rider just because you suck at XC

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    Quote Originally Posted by howard619 View Post
    Nice Norco! Looks burly...what stem is that? Brand/size/rise?
    Stem is a: Funn Rippa. I know nothing about it, haha. I just got the bike and have been loving the hell out of it. Nothing quite climbs like a hardtail, and she jumps great.
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    DH is what you do when you have huge hairy balls and love to shred the gnar.

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    Here is my Bespoke Grandis 26' MTB (late 90s), converted to road use.

    Columbus tubes frame, Shimano LX components.


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    Photo 23-08-2012 00 13 27 by Teddy.UK, on Flickr

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    Got to love AM hardtails!
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    2012 ta

    Here's my 2012 TransAM. Pewter, size large. Excellent, excellent bike. 33.5 pounds...ouchy.

    Fox 36 talas
    Transition Revo 32 wheels
    Hammerschmidt
    xo stuff
    Avid CR brakes
    Race face cockpit

    And yes, I know that the Hammerschmidt cable needs to be routed...I just removed the Transition sticker fromthe down tube and haven't had the time to zip tie the cable.
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    +1!

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    New upgrades for my GT:

    DT Swiss 445d rims laced to:
    White PILLAR Spokes
    red PILLAR nipples
    Red front Novatec DH41SB 20mm hub
    And
    31.6mm Joplin 4"





    Last weekend at a trip to a beautiful place with some awesome trails:






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    badgermtb, nice TransAM!!
    re your Hammerschmidt cable dangle.... i have HS on my Dialled Alpine and i got some stick on cable guides (the type with the clip like the brazed on hose guides) and used 3 on my downtube. Very tidy, very sticky (survived about 12 months of glorious Welsh weather so far!!) and very cheap (i think i paid about 2 for 4). Just an idea for you.....

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    Nice idea...

    Quote Originally Posted by MrBadger View Post
    badgermtb, nice TransAM!!
    re your Hammerschmidt cable dangle.... i have HS on my Dialled Alpine and i got some stick on cable guides (the type with the clip like the brazed on hose guides) and used 3 on my downtube. Very tidy, very sticky (survived about 12 months of glorious Welsh weather so far!!) and very cheap (i think i paid about 2 for 4). Just an idea for you.....
    Thanks for the suggestion. That wouldbe nicer than the 2x zip tie idea that I was running with. I'll check with my LBS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgermtb View Post
    Here's my 2012 TransAM. Pewter, size large. Excellent, excellent bike. 33.5 pounds...ouchy.

    Fox 36 talas
    Transition Revo 32 wheels
    Hammerschmidt
    xo stuff
    Avid CR brakes
    Race face cockpit

    And yes, I know that the Hammerschmidt cable needs to be routed...I just removed the Transition sticker fromthe down tube and haven't had the time to zip tie the cable.
    So is the Hammerschmidt worth it? I'm running 1X8 right now but sometimes I hit the road, from what I have read it is equivalent from going from a 24t to a 36t in a single shift...How tough is it? Have any parts break yet? If I got one I would probable set the bike up SS and use the Hammerschmidt as a low/high gear basically. I only really use two gears so eliminating the derailleur would be awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace350 View Post
    So is the Hammerschmidt worth it? I'm running 1X8 right now but sometimes I hit the road, from what I have read it is equivalent from going from a 24t to a 36t in a single shift...How tough is it? Have any parts break yet? If I got one I would probable set the bike up SS and use the Hammerschmidt as a low/high gear basically. I only really use two gears so eliminating the derailleur would be awesome.
    The only problem I see with running the hammershmidt in a 2X1 set up is the high gear has a noticeable drag, and the spread between low and high is quite great. So when you go to climb you'll go from slow cadence to really fast cadence with the low gear. But if none of that bothers you then go ahead and buy one. Personally I would just buy a internally geared hub with however many gears you want, which could be had with 2-11+ gears. The internal geared hub route is much cheaper as well, even if you have to build a whole new wheel, since the hammershmidt crank with shifter and bottom bracket is quite expensive, like 700-800 dollars expensive... just my 2 cents
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    Hammerschmidt

    Quote Originally Posted by Mace350 View Post
    So is the Hammerschmidt worth it? I'm running 1X8 right now but sometimes I hit the road, from what I have read it is equivalent from going from a 24t to a 36t in a single shift...How tough is it? Have any parts break yet? If I got one I would probable set the bike up SS and use the Hammerschmidt as a low/high gear basically. I only really use two gears so eliminating the derailleur would be awesome.
    The Hammerschmidt is pretty cool. It is tougher than nails...no problems at all with any of the parts andIhave been riding it all season.

    There is a bit of an adjustment period when you first start using it. The shifting is opposite ofwhat you are used to. Yes, there is some drag in the overdrive mode. But I usually am not in overdrive unless I am descending...so it has not been a bother to me.

    It is nice to be able to switch gears without having to pedal...it is just an instant switch either way. I do not think that I would ever go back to a front derailleur after using the Hammerschmidt.

    I have been tempted to try the Hammerschmidt on a 2x setup, too...

    Anyhow, I am going back to SS this fall. The Hammerschmidt (and all the bits) will be up on the eBay for sale as I will not have a use for it. If you are potentially interested, shoot me a PM and we can chat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart4711 View Post
    the FR/AM bike, balfa minuteman, 37 lbs
    I can't seem to see the picture you posted, could you post it in a different format? Thanks, I would like to see what your bike looks like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by unknown-rider View Post
    My Custom built On One 456 evo, in it's DH mode for the enduro race I just did at michaux state forest here in PA

    although I did swap the crank out for my DH one...
    Need a parts list from you on this gem..... Looking to upgrade my kona shred

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    Quote Originally Posted by piratewake View Post
    Need a parts list from you on this gem..... Looking to upgrade my kona shred
    Well I'll try and remember all the parts on it....

    Frame- On One 456 Evo 16"
    Fork- Marzocchi 55 R 160mm w/20mm thru axle (2010 or 2011)
    Headset- FSA pig DH pro (with sweet sealed bearings)
    Crank- some unknown origin racing bontrager gxp crank (now it has the Race face ride DH crank back on it)
    Pedals- Azonic 420 pedals
    Chainguide- MPR G2 mini
    Chainring- Blackspire 34 tooth singlespeed
    Cassette- SRAM 970 11-34 tooth
    Chain- SRAM 970 9 speed
    Rear derailleur- Shimano Saint (short cage) 9 speed M-810
    Shifter- Shimano Saint trigger shift M-810
    Brakes- Hayes stroker trails (will soon have the Hayes stroker aces mounted back up)
    Rotors- 203mm Hayes (front) and 160mm avid (rear)
    Handlebar- Azonic world force 30.5" (~780mm) wide
    Grips- Oury lock-ons
    Stem- Black market underboss 25.4mm clamp
    Saddle- Sette evo
    Seatpost- Truvativ Stylo Team
    Wheels- Azonic outlaws ( they have been switched back to the lighter weigh frankenstein wheelset I have the consists of a wide(ish) Bontrager rhythm front wheel with a rear wheel consisting of a Mavic 317 rim and a shitty Shimano hub) I have the other Bontrager wheel waiting to go on as soon as I get it trued up...
    Tires- (front) Intense 2.5" (rear) Maxxis 2.35" (Now the Maxxis is at the front and my 2.2" bontrager semi knobby is on the rear)

    That should be everything....
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    Absolutley INSANE rigs in here. Keep em comming!!
    12' Felt NINE Sport

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    My new bike - Shan from Production Privee.
    best regards from Austria
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    Quote Originally Posted by extrembikerp View Post
    My new bike - Shan from Production Privee.
    best regards from Austria
    What a beauty....

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    Those frames are really cool. Standover looks insane! Nice bike.

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