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  1. #1476
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    Just finished her today. I still need to make some minor adjustments and shorten some cables but other than that she's done.

    Sorry for the shitty pic. All I had was my crappy phone cam and I just wanted to share. Better pics coming later this week. :-)

    Selling my Sovereign. Check it out
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    Nice Blue Pig AndyRx7! Colour matching is not my bag, but that looks good indeed. One might even like blue pedals? But I like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr13zehn
    Just finished her today. I still need to make some minor adjustments and shorten some cables but other than that she's done.

    Sorry for the shitty pic. All I had was my crappy phone cam and I just wanted to share. Better pics coming later this week. :-)

    Very nice. Are you also running an internal geared hub? Full spec list coming too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by illini
    Frame 04 Norco Rampage raw
    Fork Fox 32 120mm/Remote
    Brakes Avid Elixir CR
    Stem Thompson Elite X4 50mm
    Bars FSA XC 240
    Grips Lizard Skins Lock On
    Saddle/Post Bontrager Big Earl
    Shifter Sram X9
    Derailleur Sram X9
    Crankset Shimano XT M770/Middleburn 32T/E' Thirteen Bash Guard
    Pedals Shimano DX
    Heasdset Cane Creek C1
    Rims Bontrager Race Disc/Sealed
    Tires Kenda SBB

    I love this bike handle so good. If i need anything it would be a taller fork or a 29in wheel.
    WHOA.... niiiice!! AM Hardtail? DJ? Adventure "X"? Who cares, I love multirole hardtails as they can do it all on the trail, pretty cool bike right there!

    BTW I just bought a '10 Wolverine and I will adapt it to "Trail" mode soon (sorry for including all these commercial names here, I know some people don't like that stuff).

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    My new 456 been for a few rides on it and I can confirm that for the type of bike it it that is climbs fantastically. Best climber I've owned.



    16" 456
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    Pro 2 and 521s
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    Comes in about 30lbs.

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    NS Bikes Society


    Just switched her over to Sram. After a half dozen rides I must say I am a convert.
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    Just finished the build


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    Quote Originally Posted by ronabrandt
    Just switched her over to Sram. After a half dozen rides I must say I am a convert.
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    I have had her for a year now and have loved every ride. More tire clearance may be nice but I don't need anything bigger than 2.2 anyway. I also put some wider bars on when I did the sram change over and the flame has been re-stoked. Contemplating a longer travel fork for while now.... thing is it rails pretty good as is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronabrandt
    I have had her for a year now and have loved every ride. More tire clearance may be nice but I don't need anything bigger than 2.2 anyway. I also put some wider bars on when I did the sram change over and the flame has been re-stoked. Contemplating a longer travel fork for while now.... thing is it rails pretty good as is.
    Run a 2.35 Maxxis Highroller on the rear, they run narrow, with a 12mm axle and 2X9 gearing then look into a 20mm front fork and wheel.
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    Kona Hoss

    Frame: Kona Hoss Frame
    Fork: Fox F100 32 RLC 100mm
    Brakes: Avid BB7 Mechanical Disc
    Rotors: Alligator Serration
    Cassette: Shimano SLX 11-32
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Chain: Shimano SLX
    Crankset: Shimano SLX
    Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Shifters: Shimano SLX
    Grips: WTB Trail Grips
    Handlebars: Azonic B-52 Handlebars
    Stem: Truative Hussfelt 31.8
    Levers: Avid Speed Dial 7 levers
    Pedals: Wellgo Sealed Platform
    Seatpost: Ritchey Comp
    Saddle: WTB Speed Rocket
    Spokes: DT Swiss
    Hubs: Sun Ringle Disc Jockey
    Rims: Sun Ringle Equalizer
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal








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    TransAM built up today

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    2013 Transition TransAM 29er
    2012 Banshee Spitfire V1.5
    2011 Yeti 303R DH
    2005 Trek Bruiser SS

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    NS Bikes Society - 1 year after

    this may be the longest that i have kept a frame, LOL!
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    Carbon 456 goodness, just finished build, few tweaks to do yet, gets its maiden ride on Saturday in the Yorkshire Dales.




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    the guv'na!!
    looking forward to hearing the weight/ride report! cheers!
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Hard tail and hard head?

    My Giant STP (originally '08 STP 0 Aus model) now SS and rigid, not used for anything too serious, I'm not a good enough rider to worry about breakage even though I know that rigid Al bikes seem to be a no no in a lot of peoples minds...


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    GT force && scott voltage

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    Chromag Stylus XL

    had this posted in the Chromag thread, but I'll do it here too. Put a Chunder SX 2.2 on the rear and Nevegal 2.35 Stick-E on the front both setup tubeless. Sits at 32.4 pounds or so.


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    Here's mine,It's not AM per'se but if I switch the front Race Kings for Mountain Kings I think I could get away with doing some light all mountain on it.It's light at just under 20 pounds,but I didn't go all weight-weenie with it,I used off-road worthy parts.
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    My XC Ride!












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    Quote Originally Posted by xUSER_NAMEx










    You sure is XC? Is it comfortable enough for climbing?

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    I guess I should have moved the seat up HAHAHA

    Believe it or not, I can climb some rough inclines. I guess you can call it an XC / Dirtjumper breed. What ever it is, it rules. I love how singlespeed gives me a challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by xUSER_NAMEx
    Believe it or not, I can climb some rough inclines. I guess you can call it an XC / Dirtjumper breed. What ever it is, it rules. I love how singlespeed gives me a challenge
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
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    Yep.

    At 44 I need gears,just not 27 of them.

    Those Access XCL frames are great deals aren't they?I would definitely get one for a budget build.

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    Access Frames...

    Yep they are extremely tough and real sharp looking. I am very happy with my first build.

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