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  1. #3851
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    I remembered they had a drop out conversion for it
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    I got a mountain cycle too. I'll post some pics in a few days.

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    Transam

    Here's my SS Transition Transam. I just put new wheels on it and now it weighs 25.5lbs which I'm pretty jazzed about.




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    Quote Originally Posted by sraak View Post
    Here's my SS Transition Transam. I just put new wheels on it and now it weighs 25.5lbs which I'm pretty jazzed about.
    trans ams are nice bikes. i just replaced mine with a chromag tlr. i have to get some pics up

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangaroo View Post
    How do you like those charger pros? New wheelset is next up on the upgrade list, and I'm consecutively torn between hopes laced to stans and those Sunringles.
    for durability and ease of service, i'd go with stans on hopes. hope are bombproof and easy to convert between axle standards. plus their quality is top notch, as is their warranty and customer service. made in the uk in an awesome facility. great guys running the company too.

    Hope Technology Factory Tour - Video - Pinkbike

    check out the vid in the link. 1st class operation

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    trans ams are nice bikes. i just replaced mine with a chromag tlr. i have to get some pics up
    Yes please on the pics
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    This bike was built up from scratch with the majority of the parts off of EBay. I took the fork off an older Giant that I had but will look to get a Rock Shox Recon 110 sometime in the near future.





    Frame: 2010 Giant XTC1 Large
    Fork: 2011 SR Suntour XC
    Brakes: Shimano Deore M595 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
    Cranks: Shimano Alivio
    Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT FD M-770
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore RD-531
    Shifters: Sram Attacks
    Cable Housings: Jagwire
    Pedals:Wellgo
    Stem: Profiel Design
    Handlebar: Ritchey Pro Rizer
    Seatpost: Race Face Ride XC
    Saddle: Giant
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano
    Cassette: Sram 8 Speed
    Headset: Cane Creek 40 Tall
    Grips: WTB Lock Ons
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal DTC 26x2.35
    Wheels: Maddux DX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    This bike was built up from scratch with the majority of the parts off of EBay. I took the fork off an older Giant that I had but will look to get a Rock Shox Recon 110 sometime in the near future.





    Frame: 2010 Giant XTC1 Large
    Fork: 2011 SR Suntour XC
    Brakes: Shimano Deore M595 Hydraulic Disc Brakes
    Cranks: Shimano Alivio
    Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT FD M-770
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore RD-531
    Shifters: Sram Attacks
    Cable Housings: Jagwire
    Pedals:Wellgo
    Stem: Profiel Design
    Handlebar: Ritchey Pro Rizer
    Seatpost: Race Face Ride XC
    Saddle: Giant
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano
    Cassette: Sram 8 Speed
    Headset: Cane Creek 40 Tall
    Grips: WTB Lock Ons
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal DTC 26x2.35
    Wheels: Maddux DX
    How do you like the brakes?


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    evo mx-6 white flat pedals
    specialized clutch 2.3 front tire
    hutchinson toro 2.35 rear tire

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    Curtis FR all mountain build

    Curtis FR frame / Bomber 140mm fork / XT gears 2x9 / Raceface Atlas Crank / XO brakes / DT Swiss 1900 Wheels / Panaracer Rampage Tyres / Stylo Team seat post / pro-logo vertigo max saddle / Gap Light stem / On-One bars. Lots of fun!
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    Stay True!

    Here's my new play bike. Its short, slack, low and totally rips. I built it up for light freeride, dirt jumping, commuting and smooth trails. I am about 6'4" but surprisingly this fits me quite well thanks to the 400mm post.





    Frame: 2012 NS Surge (L)
    Fork / Headset: Rockshox Sektor RL 150-120mm / Chris King
    Handlebars / Stem: Easton Vice 28" with ODI Rogue grips / Sunline V1 AM
    Saddle / Seatpost: Nashbar GR2 / Nth degree 400mm clamped with TransX QR collar
    Brakes / Brake Levers: Avid BB7 with 160mm HS rotors / Avid FR5
    Cranks / BB: Raceface Evolve XC with 32t ring / Shimano
    Chain Guide / Chainstay Guard: MRP G2 / Lizard Skins
    Rear Derailleur / Shifter: SRAM X7 Short Cage / SRAM X7
    Cassette / Chain: Shimano HG61 12-36 9 speed / Shimano HG93
    Pedals: Wellgo MG-1
    Rims / Hubs: DT Swiss E540 / Formula (20mm F, 12mm R with azonic 10mm axle)
    Tires: WTB Weirwolf LT 2.55
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    Very nice and clean looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalrider77 View Post
    How do you like the brakes?
    I love these brakes. They haven't failed me yet but since I did take these off an old bike that I have to replace them sooner or later since my other Giant is still functional. They're easy to bleed with a Shimano blleed kit and I love the mineral oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    for durability and ease of service, i'd go with stans on hopes. hope are bombproof and easy to convert between axle standards. plus their quality is top notch, as is their warranty and customer service. made in the uk in an awesome facility. great guys running the company too.

    Hope Technology Factory Tour - Video - Pinkbike

    check out the vid in the link. 1st class operation
    GF purchased the set on flows for my christmas present this weekend. It's going to be hard waiting for christmas to come, knowing that they are in her house SOMEWHERE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangaroo View Post
    GF purchased the set on flows for my christmas present this weekend. It's going to be hard waiting for christmas to come, knowing that they are in her house SOMEWHERE!!!
    you are a lucky man, she's a keeper

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    Chromag Stylus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddle Up View Post
    Chromag Stylus
    WOW!!!!!
    Master of Nothing, but dammit if I don't try..............

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    disk brakes on, and a bash and this old bike is fun again... took it out yesterday and it was fun to play on the trail with a hard tail...

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    I came looking at that Chromag

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    Awesome pure black

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    Quote Originally Posted by kt42 View Post

    Here's my 456 Evo. Absolutely killer bike! Looking to switch the Z1's out for an air Vengeance, Lyrik, or 55 to cut down on the weight. 33lbs as it sits.
    Excellent! How's the raw/clear holding up? Incredible color/material combination.
    - keith

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    The clear coat seems to be holding up better than any painted frames I've had. Haven't noticed any scratches or chips even after crashing into some sharp rocks or bailing off a couple ladders... So far so good!

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    Frame -Transition Trans am Medium-maroon/red
    Brakes -xt
    Fork -RS Revelation RL w/dual air 150mm and lockout fork-20mm through axle
    Headset -Cane Creek 40 tapered headset
    Wheelset -DT 350 hubs laced to WTB I23 rims
    Rear shifter -xtr M980
    Bars -easton havoc am
    Grips -ODI SDG lockon
    Stem -truvativ ak 60mm
    Post -Thomson 30.9- Waiting for my new reverb 125mm to show up in the mail!
    Seat -WTB Rocket V SLT Ti
    Tires - Maxxis High Roller 2.35
    Rear derailleur -Saint M820
    cassette -XT 11-36
    crank -E13 LG1r singe-double crankset /TI bb, and 32T single ring
    guide -E13 TRSplus guide and tensioner- ISG 05
    pedals -Xpedo(my spares, Canfield Crampon Ultimates to come)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NomadSC View Post
    Frame -Transition Trans am Medium-maroon/red
    Brakes -xt
    Fork -RS Revelation RL w/dual air 150mm and lockout fork-20mm through axle
    Headset -Cane Creek 40 tapered headset
    Wheelset -DT 350 hubs laced to WTB I23 rims
    Rear shifter -xtr M980
    Bars -easton havoc am
    Grips -ODI SDG lockon
    Stem -truvativ ak 60mm
    Post -Thomson 30.9- Waiting for my new reverb 125mm to show up in the mail!
    Seat -WTB Rocket V SLT Ti
    Tires - Maxxis High Roller 2.35
    Rear derailleur -Saint M820
    cassette -XT 11-36
    crank -E13 LG1r singe-double crankset /TI bb, and 32T single ring
    guide -E13 TRSplus guide and tensioner- ISG 05
    pedals -Xpedo(my spares, Canfield Crampon Ultimates to come)
    Awesome bike you've got there! So dialed.

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    cotic Bfe3

    fun bike

    frame: cotic BFe3 small :P
    fork: RS pike 427 + nukeproof headset
    brakes: hope M4 SE + hope saw rotors
    crankset: truvativ descent + chromag 33T + NC 17 MG II pedals
    chainguide: mozartt WoG-mini
    speed/shifter: sram x4 + x7, deore cog and chain
    wheels: nukeproof generator + nobby NIC 2.25
    cock-pit: stem and bar: - nukeproof warhead, ragley gripes
    seat: nukeproof core + warhead seatpost

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    cotic BFe3

    and photo:


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