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    Me baby

    Can't remember if I posted this here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mint355 View Post
    Hey guys here is my 2014 Kona Explosif 650b
    Very explosif ( same as mine, I've got an XL, pretty stock! )
    Which Revelation is that, solo air 140mm?
    How do you feel it, expecially in climbing?
    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimmole View Post
    Very explosif ( same as mine, I've got an XL, pretty stock! )
    Which Revelation is that, solo air 140mm?
    How do you feel it, expecially in climbing?
    Thank you!
    Revelation RCT3 Solo Air 150mm spaced down to 120mm.
    I got to take it for a spin the other day after I serviced the lowers for him and the thing loves to be hammered uphills. Threw the saddle into more of a trail height and left it there, then just mashed whenever things pointed upwards. Great fun little bike!

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    Dis ma bik mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaf View Post
    Revelation RCT3 Solo Air 150mm spaced down to 120mm.
    I got to take it for a spin the other day after I serviced the lowers for him and the thing loves to be hammered uphills. Threw the saddle into more of a trail height and left it there, then just mashed whenever things pointed upwards. Great fun little bike!
    150mm was too much, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimmole View Post
    150mm was too much, isn't it?
    He's actually got Pikes for it, he's just waiting for the 130mm air shaft to arrive for it.
    The Revelations he pulled off a Blut LTc he had, they were already set to 120mm so that's all the bike's run and from my ride on it, i'd be hesitant to change it at all. The bike feels pretty awesome at 120mm, super nimble, stable, playful.
    I think he threw the Pikes on, to get the steerer cut, but they're too long in the tooth to ride. I'll stop stealing his story though I'll let him update as he upgrades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaf View Post
    He's actually got Pikes for it, he's just waiting for the 130mm air shaft to arrive for it.
    The Revelations he pulled off a Blut LTc he had, they were already set to 120mm so that's all the bike's run and from my ride on it, i'd be hesitant to change it at all. The bike feels pretty awesome at 120mm, super nimble, stable, playful.
    I think he threw the Pikes on, to get the steerer cut, but they're too long in the tooth to ride. I'll stop stealing his story though I'll let him update as he upgrades.
    Thank you so much!

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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

    Quote Originally Posted by mimmole View Post
    Very explosif ( same as mine, I've got an XL, pretty stock! )
    Which Revelation is that, solo air 140mm?
    How do you feel it, expecially in climbing?
    Thank you!
    Hi it's a Rock Shox Revelation 140mm with a 120mm airshaft its a great fork but I'm soon to switch it out for a pike with travel reduced to 130mm.
    CheeRS

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    [attach=config]951948
    Can someone fix this? Hahaha
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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

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    Can someone fix this? Hahaha
    What's Broken....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mint355 View Post
    What's Broken....
    The sideways photo

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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

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    The sideways photo
    There you go....


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    Quote Originally Posted by mint355 View Post
    Hi it's a Rock Shox Revelation 140mm with a 120mm airshaft its a great fork but I'm soon to switch it out for a pike with travel reduced to 130mm.
    CheeRS
    Thank you.
    Black forks look very nice too!

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    Been awhile since I posted, so I figured I'd put my updated rig on here...The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.-20150109_162303.jpg

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    My wife's new Yelli!

    For Christmas this year I built my wife a new bike. I went with a Canfield Yelli Screamy and I couldn't be happier. Here's what I have so far...

    Yelli Screamy Mint size M
    Raceface Atlas Purple Ano Handlebar
    Stem from my 2014 Stumpjumper EVO
    Race Face Ride Crankset
    Race Face Narrow/Wide 30t Purple Ano
    Sram X7 Rear D(soon to be x9 when I upgrade my stumpy)
    Sram X7 Shifter
    Hayes Stroker Gram Carbon White and Purple Ano
    Specialized Command Post
    Sram PG1030 with WolfTooth 42t
    Rockshox Revelation 140mm Fork(from my stumpy)
    Purple Ano QR and Seatpost clamp
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    Quote Originally Posted by mint355 View Post
    There you go....

    Anyone want to make me an offer on the Stylus... Frame or complete ?PM

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    Finally, got a legitimate picture of my ride.
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    2014 Surly Instigator 27.5

    Large Surly Instigator
    Pike set at 140mm
    Carbon Derby 40mm wide rims
    WTB 2.4 Trail Boss tires
    Renthal carbon fatbar 780mm wide, 40mm rise
    XT brakes
    Saint 1x10 drivetrain w/ 36t Wolftooth (need a guide eventhough it's narrow wide, dropping chains when riding hard).
    Reverb dropper 100mm travel
    TWO water bottle mounts make it the slackest two bottle mount bike on the planet.

    Geometry:

    66-66.25 degree head angle
    13" bottom bracket
    16.6" chainstay with 12x142 dropouts
    Tapered (trumpeted) top tube and seat tube.
    frame weight 6.6 lbs.
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    Just updated the Niner ROS9 with a sick custom wheel build by Project321. ZTR Flow EX pink rims and Project321 120 POE machined hubs, an Absolute Black Oval 32t ring and a WTB Team Rocket V Ti rail.

    It's such a badass bike!

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    NS Eccentric

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    Hey Carabao, where is that trail located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MobbinDobbs View Post
    Hey Carabao, where is that trail located?
    Chula Vista, California. San Diego County area. Trail is called Rockhouse and is in the Sweetwater Reservoir area.

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    Production Privée Shan Classic Reverse XL
    Rolling on some new hoops, and a new fork.


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    nice whip! always liked the shan no matter the color scheme. hopefully you'll do the cables up right

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    Quote Originally Posted by MobbinDobbs View Post
    For Christmas this year I built my wife a new bike. I went with a Canfield Yelli Screamy and I couldn't be happier. Here's what I have so far...

    Yelli Screamy Mint size M
    Raceface Atlas Purple Ano Handlebar
    Stem from my 2014 Stumpjumper EVO
    Race Face Ride Crankset
    Race Face Narrow/Wide 30t Purple Ano
    Sram X7 Rear D(soon to be x9 when I upgrade my stumpy)
    Sram X7 Shifter
    Hayes Stroker Gram Carbon White and Purple Ano
    Specialized Command Post
    Sram PG1030 with WolfTooth 42t
    Rockshox Revelation 140mm Fork(from my stumpy)
    Purple Ano QR and Seatpost clamp
    I love the Mint Yelli's. I haven't really seen any Mint Yellis in the forums. I think it's such an awesome color. I was pretty close to getting one. Great looking bike. Hope your Wife enjoys it!

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    Transition Trans Am

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    If it ain't 900 fill power it's crap.

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    I'll add mine to the mix here. It's a NS Bikes Eccentric. I've been really happy with it so far. My intention was to use it as winter bike, but I may just make it my main ride, and let the full suspension be the back up bike. The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.-003b.jpg

    Build info:

    - Frame: NS Bikes Eccentric, Size medium
    - Fork: Rock Shox Pike RTC Solo Air 150mm travel
    - Headset:Cane Creek Cane Creek 40 ZS44/EC44/40 Conversion Headset
    - Stem:Spank Industries Oozy Stem 50mm
    - Handlebar: Spank Industries Oozy Bar 740mm
    - Grips: Easton Lock-On 33mm
    - Brakes: Shimano XT 160mm rear / 180mm front
    - Shifters: Shimano XT
    - Derailleur: Shimano XT with Oneup Rad Cage
    - Crank: Shimano SLX with Oneup 30 tooth narrow wide chainring
    - Chain: KMC X10.93 10-Speed
    - Cassette: Shimano XT 11-36 with Oneup 42 tooth
    - Wheelset: Sun Ringle Charger Pro
    - Tires: Continental Trail King ProTection 27.5 2.4
    - Seatpost:Thomson Elite Dropper 30.9 x 400mm
    - Saddle:Prologo Scratch X14
    - Pedals: Shimano PD-M785 XT Trail

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    Any of you guys/gals running Zee clutch derailleur / Zee shifters? I'm planning on making the jump from 2x9 to 1x10 and the Zee seems to be pretty cost effective. I ride mostly single track (On One 456 Evo II), but do like to play on the jumps/drops so i wouldn't mind the added durability the Zee is supposed to have. Those items and a NW chainring and i think i'm set? maybe a chain guide later if i find its necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle_vk View Post
    Any of you guys/gals running Zee clutch derailleur / Zee shifters?
    Yes. I've been running this setup for a while. My current gears are 30Tx11-36T (1x10). It works OK, except the Zee derailleur has a penchant for snapping cables. I'm getting a bit sick of it and will probably be swapping it out for something else soon.

    This is a known issue. I've chamfered the clamp plate as shown in the linked post, but it hasn't helped much.
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    i run zee shifter with slx mech 1x10 32t N/W 11-36 works great so far for me

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    Carving lines.

    On one fatty out in the Peak District on Tuesday,

    Following upgrades are:

    Drilled rims
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    Renthal 50mm stem
    30T Hope narrow/wide
    Hope 40 T-rex
    X0 ten speed short cage mech
    X9 10 speed shifter
    Rockshox reverb 125mm dropper
    Charge spoon saddle

    What a fun bike
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    3rd season running zee shifty and mech. no problems and i run 34 x 11-40 with stock cage. it's a very easy setup with a no fuss install and it's durable, as it has seen a few too many logs and rocks. never heard of the cable snapping issue



    edit: after reading the link on the sheared cable issue i'm disappointed, seems like the issues were with balls to the wall dh which this rd is supposed to be able to handle. i don't dh with my am rig so it's all good, anyhow this is an am forum.

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    Just built up today, barely got to ride it with the super bowl and the amount of mud out there today. Cheap/spare parts bike. But was a blast to ride!
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    B+ Yelli Build

    I decided to throw some 650b Plus rims and tires on the Yelli. Really transformed the bike. My question is, does that big of a rear tire disqualify the bike from being a "hardtail" haha Its awfully nice through the chunk and trail chatter now.

    Frame 2014 Yelli Screamy Medium
    Fork: Pike RC3 @140mm
    XT Crank
    XT Cassette w/ Hope 40t expander
    Zee rear derailleur
    Saint Shifter
    XT pedals
    Chris King- WTB i45 Scraper Rims
    Blue Chris King Bottom Bracket
    Sram 1091 Chain
    Gravity Dropper Seatpost
    RaceFace Atlas Bar
    Shimano SLX Brakes
    WTB Trailblazer 2.8 Tires
    WTB Rocket 142 Saddle
    Hope 35mm shorty stem

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    Nice bike dusty... I'm surprised there is no bling after seeing your wheel builds. What psi did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Nice bike dusty... I'm surprised there is no bling after seeing your wheel builds. What psi did you use?
    No bling?! They are a little hard to see in the pic. I almost did blue nips, but they did not match the blue of the hubs. The pics don't do justice for the King blue. Here are a pic of the hubs.

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    I am running 10 psi in the front and was also running 10 in the back. It was a little too low for me, so I will be pumping it up to 12 and see how that goes. Sure makes a difference on the trail to have a little squish on the hard tail
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    Yeah, they look nice in that closeup... Couldn't really see the pop from the first pics. Wow that is low.. I bet that does provide some squish.

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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

    On-one fatty
    66 HTA with the 120mm bluto
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    40mm stem
    720mm bars
    34t raceface nw
    1x8 xtr
    Paul's thumbie shifter
    BB7s, 203 hope rotor front. 185 Avid rear.
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    The most freeride like fat bike I could make with available parts...

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    Cotic Soul.
    Sid XX Forks.
    Hayes Trail Brakes.
    DMR Vaults.
    Lots of the Superstar Components stuff.


    Running 1x9 but I need to upgrade to Zee like I've done on my full susser.
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    Shake down ride. LOVE this bike!

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    There are some suuuper sexy On-Ones in this forum...
    Here's my newest gf:
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    Sorry about the crummy picture quality. Bike is built with old/new parts from another frame. Still rocking lots of mechanical components and loving them! This thing rips!

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    Santa Cruz Chameleon Sea Bright Blue

    My ride...


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    My 2011 Ventana El Ciclon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ol' Bromy View Post
    My 2011 Ventana El Ciclon.
    Nice hardtail.

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    Uuuuuuuh, my bad.
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    Chromag Stylus Build

    I'll just leave this here..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Japsel View Post
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    Rolling on some new hoops, and a new fork.

    nice!!!

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    Posing

    nS Surge Eccentric repowdered
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    XTR Rear and Shifter
    Pacenti rims laced with Sapim CX Ray spokes
    Ergon Enduro Saddle
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    At the Boss Trail in Northern Virginia
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    Here's my 2015 Canfield Brothers Nimble 9..... Set up with Velocity Dually rims and WTB 2.8 TrailBlazer tires... this things destroys the trail chatter with the large volume tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsullivan View Post
    Here's my 2015 Canfield Brothers Nimble 9..... Set up with Velocity Dually rims and WTB 2.8 TrailBlazer tires... this things destroys the trail chatter with the large volume tires
    is that a 650 fork? travel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GT87 View Post
    is that a 650 fork? travel?
    Yes... 130-150mm TALAS Still has plenty of room in the arch

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    B+ Yelli Screamy

    I think I already posted some cell phone pics, but here are a few I took with my nice camera.

    These are with the WTB i45 Scraper rims and 2.8 TrailBlazer tires. Laced up to Chris King hubs in the Navy flavor.

    The camera makes the clearance look less than it really is. I have not rubbed yet.

    Running 11 psi in the front, 13.5 in the back.

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    Nice dusty!

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    That Screamy looks like epic fun!What is the weight with thos massive tyres?


    My bike got some pedals of my DH rig, new grips and a homemade Marshguard..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorp View Post
    That Screamy looks like epic fun!What is the weight with thos massive tyres?


    My bike got some pedals of my DH rig, new grips and a homemade Marshguard..
    They are 2.8's on a 45mm internal width rim. Pretty incredible!!

    Weight of the bike is around 27 or 28 I am guessing. It was 26 with the light carbon wheels. I just threw on a carbon bar as well, so that helped a tad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorp View Post
    That Screamy looks like epic fun!What is the weight with thos massive tyres?


    My bike got some pedals of my DH rig, new grips and a homemade Marshguard..
    Very nice, I've been debating the on-one 45650b or kona explosif for a build.

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    my freshly built chromag root down single speed.


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    put a pike on it . . . .got a ride in before the storm . . .hahahaha it's never going to storm here

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    I'll chime in with a B+ slack, AM HT

    Here's my DB Mason HT with a WTB Trailblazer 2.8 on a Blunt 35 on the rear and a WTB Scraper i45 with a Vee Trail Taker 2.4 up front. I'm running the Trail Taker up front b/c I was only able to get my hands on just one WTB 2.8 (and the Vee TT is one of the largest available 650b tires and was dirt cheap)... I'm waiting until a 3.0" B+ tire with aggressive cornering knobs comes out.

    I also have a Spank Oozy 295 front wheel with a large, aggressive 2.4 29er tire for warm weather use.
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    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Is that a yelly or n9. I almost got a n9 before I found a screaming deal on the chromag


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    Finished building my Mach 6.
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    * Fork: Pike 27.5 RC3T 160mm
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    * Pedals:Shimano XT trail
    * Stem: Easton Haven 55mm
    * Handlebar: Whiskey 740mm
    * Seatpost: Rockshox Stealth
    * Saddle: WTB devo
    * Bottom Bracket: Shimano
    * Cassette: Driven CSMX 10 speed
    * Headset: Cane Creek
    * Grips: ODI
    * Front Tire:Maxxis HR2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    Is that a yelly or n9. I almost got a n9 before I found a screaming deal on the chromag


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    n9.... very cool

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    n9.... very cool
    Yes they are!! Where I'm at I'll probably never see one unless I get one. I've got 1 of 2 root downs that i know of in my state.


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    Nice! This 8 year old thread lives.

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    Here is my Trek Marlin all mountain bike. All Mountain as in its-my-only-bike.

    Only the frame is stock at this point...

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    Here is everything:

    Reba 100MM
    Cane Creek headset
    Atlas handlebars
    SLX brakes, Shimano ICE rotors
    XTR rear shifter
    Narrow/Wide single front 34T + SLX crank + Saint flat pedals
    XT 10sp rear cassette
    ZEE short-cage rear derailleur
    DT Swiss M1700 rear wheel, Easton Haven front wheel
    Rear tire: 2.25" WTB Trail Boss TCS with Enduro casing
    Front tire: 2.3" WTB Exi-Wolf TCS with fast-rolling casing


    What I don't like:
    I don't think any single-ring larger than 34T will clear the frame
    Stuck with no tapered headset
    Stuck with standard QR rear

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    to pedro rios with the 160mm mach 6: really cool

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    2008 diamondback response comp

    This is my all purpose bike, for trails, road and daily milk runs
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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.-yelli.jpgJust arrived the other night. All parts are swapping over from Banshee to Yelli. I think I'll switch to 2 X 10, dropper post, and wider bar. The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.-banshee1.jpg

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    Nice... Let us know how they compare!

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    pedros mach 6 HT is futuristic

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    Here is a picture of my Transition TransAm, With all the snow I have not rode it yet, maybe 2 miles. Spring cant come fast enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jem7sk View Post
    Nice... Let us know how they compare!
    Definitely. The Banshee was a step in the right direction for me, but 2" shorter seat tube, curved top tube, and 1/4" off the chainstays, I'm hoping the Yelli is the cat's meow. Was almost sold on 650b, but I already had really nice 29er parts.

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    I definetely love my paradox!!! Best hardtail for me for sure.

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    is that a Chameleon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxmark View Post
    Looking through this thread on ideas for a frame. I like the Dekerf Implant, though the manufacturer wants $2100 for the frame. Its tubing is Reynolds 853 with a stainless headset, a choice of 12 colors and sliding dropouts to run either 27.5" or 26" wheels. With a 120mm travel fork the head angle is 70*, the frame will utilize 120mm to 150mm of travel.

    I can get the same deal on a similar frame out of the UK for about $1300usd, what is making frames cost so much more in North America?
    Dekerf definitely has a strong reputation and loads of experience. As far as the $2100 goes, it is certainly steep (not what I paid).
    But as far as the bike goes - they are custom. So if you want the head angle slacker or the bb lower, this is included in the price.
    The bottom bracket is a touch high compared to modern am hardtails - but this is good for hoping over logs and stuff - extra clearance.
    Mine is a 26er and super playful - the thing whips around really good and accelerates incredibly fast.
    One thing that took a bit to get used to was the stiffness of the frame - you certainly feel the bumps from the rear triangle - but this way you know for sure that the energy from your pedal stroke goes right into accelerating the frame and nowhere else. Very boutique bikes
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    Production Privee Shan 917 edition

    Always wanted one of these steel Hardtail AM frames.
    Managed to find a Production Privee limited Shan 917 edition.
    One of my LBS owners had one put away in his office. Begged him to sell to me as I am big fan of the Iconic Gulf colour scheme.

    Anyway here it is....The LOUD Shan 917 and the not so loud 650b version.
    What a bike. Steel is real. Both version is so much fun to ride. I can't can enough of it
    The setup
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    M70 Enve with CK rear hub/TUNE front hub. Maxxis tires
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    Formula RO's, Renthal Carbon fatbar and Stem.
    SDG saddle with Thomson drop post.






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    Quote Originally Posted by XgreygOOse View Post
    Oohhh, very, very nice!

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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

    Ohhhh I need outside pictures. Transition TA, azionic outlaw wheels, rockshox pike, race face crank set 1x9. It's been raining snowing or sleeting since I got off work so best shots I have right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XgreygOOse View Post
    Always wanted one of these steel Hardtail AM frames.
    Managed to find a Production Privee limited Shan 917 edition.
    One of my LBS owners had one put away in his office. Begged him to sell to me as I am big fan of the Iconic Gulf colour scheme.

    Anyway here it is....The LOUD Shan 917 and the not so loud 650b version.
    What a bike. Steel is real. Both version is so much fun to ride. I can't can enough of it
    The setup
    Shan 917 medium frame.
    M70 Enve with CK rear hub/TUNE front hub. Maxxis tires
    Spank Spike 28 Enduro wheelset. Michelin tires.
    Shimano drivetrain with E13 42t cog and Raceface Next SL crank
    Formula RO's, Renthal Carbon fatbar and Stem.
    SDG saddle with Thomson drop post.






    Oef, a bit too much colour coordination for me, but I do like the Gulf colour scheme! Looks like a fun bike! Enjoy!!
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    The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

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    Re: The All Mountain Hardtail Thread. Post up yours.

    There's a lot of pretty bikes here! I love HT and here is mine, commencal Ramones steel frame. Spring is coming...

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    my every day do it all ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by acer66 View Post
    is that a Chameleon?
    Yes, it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackhammer View Post
    Yes, it is.

    Cool, this all I got so far.


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    Your's is same as mine. Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    my freshly built chromag root down single speed.


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    which size is this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackhammer View Post
    which size is this ?
    It's a medium. I'm loving it so far. I'm 5'8".


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    Santa Cruz Chameleon Sea Bright Blue

    Recently changed my Avid1 to these Hope Tech3 E4... they feel great...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    It's a medium. I'm loving it so far. I'm 5'8".


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    That's very nice bike !

    I am 5'7".

    M-size is look better than S-size (29er Root down)


    In July of the last year, the small size had stock in my country, but was not able to purchase the medium size by a sellout.

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