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    Is that the P.All mountain?

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    Updated w/ pics, but not completed yet....wheels and tires have been changed already.

    Frame: Giant Yukon 06 in burnt orange
    Forks: Rock Shox Reba Race w/ lockout 07
    Cranks: Shimano XT 08
    Derailers: Shimano XT F/R 07 w/ XT rapid fire shifters
    Handlebars/Stem: Easton EA70 mid rise
    Seatpost: Easton EC70
    Seat: WTB...forget the model #
    Wheelset: mavic 321 rims on xt hubs with dt spokes and nipples
    Tires: Panaracer xc pro kevlar....the ones with the yellow on them
    Brakes: Hayes calipers with Avid levers
    Pedals: Shimano clipless





    Just earlier this year, I retired my 1990 Cannondale. It had no suspension and pretty much everything swapped out with Ritchey components...bars, stem, seatpost, etc. It had the old Suntour group...man, it was nice and smooth. I guess since it was nearly 20 years old, it was durable as well.

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    This is my first non-walmart mountain bike. I just got it this week. So far, i love it, but i haven't been able to get it out on any trails yet. what do you guys think?

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    # Frame: Custom designed 7005 aluminum with a Hydroformed Top Tube 19"
    # Fork: Zoom CH580 AMS with Adjustable Preload
    # Headset: Cane Creek Semi-integrated
    # Stem: Zoom C340 Alloy Black Extension 105 with a 25 Degree angle
    # Handlebars: MTB 155 Steel Width 620 mm Rise 50 mm
    # Grips: Velo VLG-185D2 92 mm Dual Density Rubber
    # Brakes: Promax 320 Cable Activated Disk Front & Rear
    # Brake Levers: Shimano STEF 50 Alloy
    # Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ-31
    # Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus
    # Shift Levers: Shimano ST-EF50 8 Speed
    # Cassette: Shimano HG-30-8sp 13-34
    # Chain: KMC Z51 Narrow
    # Crankset: Suntour XCT-208 alloy Triple 28/38/48 170 mm
    # Bottom Bracket: YST CH-46 Semi Cartridge
    # Pedals: VP 990 Resin Body
    # Wheels: High Profile rims with Promax Alloy hubs for Alloy hubs for Disk Brakes QR Front & Rear
    # Tires: Duro 26 X 2.1 HF-888
    # Saddle: Custom Lamborghini ATB saddle
    # Seat Post: Kalloy SP-32 Alloy Black

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    Santa Cruz Chameleon

    Santa Cruz Chameleon Frame(small)
    Fox Talas RLC
    El Camino Disc Brakes
    XTR Crank
    XTR Shifter
    XTR rear derailleur
    XT front derailuer
    Bontrager Carbon fiber handle bar/stem
    Mavic Cross ride wheelset
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfolla06
    This is my first non-walmart mountain bike. I just got it this week. So far, i love it, but i haven't been able to get it out on any trails yet. what do you guys think?

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    # Frame: Custom designed 7005 aluminum with a Hydroformed Top Tube 19"
    # Fork: Zoom CH580 AMS with Adjustable Preload
    # Headset: Cane Creek Semi-integrated
    # Stem: Zoom C340 Alloy Black Extension 105 with a 25 Degree angle
    # Handlebars: MTB 155 Steel Width 620 mm Rise 50 mm
    # Grips: Velo VLG-185D2 92 mm Dual Density Rubber
    # Brakes: Promax 320 Cable Activated Disk Front & Rear
    # Brake Levers: Shimano STEF 50 Alloy
    # Front Derailleur: Shimano TZ-31
    # Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus
    # Shift Levers: Shimano ST-EF50 8 Speed
    # Cassette: Shimano HG-30-8sp 13-34
    # Chain: KMC Z51 Narrow
    # Crankset: Suntour XCT-208 alloy Triple 28/38/48 170 mm
    # Bottom Bracket: YST CH-46 Semi Cartridge
    # Pedals: VP 990 Resin Body
    # Wheels: High Profile rims with Promax Alloy hubs for Alloy hubs for Disk Brakes QR Front & Rear
    # Tires: Duro 26 X 2.1 HF-888
    # Saddle: Custom Lamborghini ATB saddle
    # Seat Post: Kalloy SP-32 Alloy Black
    Thats a nice hardtail glad you were able to get a good bike. I like the hydroforming on the tubes, especially the seatstays, yet they kept them roundish. Not sure why when it comes to hardtails I don't like square-ish tubes.
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    Here is my latest toy. I was trying to ride a Santa Cruz Bullit set up for all mountain but it was simply too much bike for me.

    Setup in the pic has changed a little bit now (pics are a week or two old!)

    # Frame: 24Seven Crosser 15"
    # Fork: In the pic it is a 2006 Pike race and now it is a 07 pike 426
    # Headset: Chris King
    # Stem: Pic: Easton vice/ Now: Sunline V-One
    # Handlebars: Pic: Ea70 Monkeybar / Now: Sunline V-One 711mm wide
    # Grips: Pic: Giant Lockons / Now: ODI Rogue
    # Brakes: Pic: Elcamino's 8"front 6 inch rear / Now: Shimano XT 4 pots 8" front 7" rear
    # Chainguide: Gamut P30 (36T)
    # Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0
    # Shifter: Sram X0
    # Cassette: Shimano 11-32, just waiting on a Sram PG990 11-34
    # Crankset: Some dodgy old shimano ones that I had, Having trouble fitting my Deus XC cranks, the bike doesn't have ISCG mounts and there was some problem with the adaptor and the thingy's. Don't really know what's wrong but the shimano works for now.
    # Bottom Bracket: Shimano?
    # Pedals: Pic: Shimano DX clip/platform combo pedals / Now: DMR V8's
    # Wheels: Pic: Da Bomb wheelset Front & Rear / Now: some rhyno lite/deore/formula setup until I can decide what rims to use in my wheel buile, have a set of hadley hubs here but not sure what rims.
    # Tires: Pic: Maxxis Holy Roller rear and Minion Front / Now: Specialized Chunders 2.35's and Hutchinson Piranha's, depending on intended riding.
    # Saddle: Pic: Funn Lite / Now: SDG Belair
    # Seat Post: Thomson setback


    makes for a fun little package, a bit heavier than I'd like for now but hopefully with the new wheels It should drop a bit. Going in to weigh it tomorrow but at the time of the pic it was 15.2kg (~33lbs)




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    New to mtbr, here's my bike

    Howdy folks. I've just started to get back into riding after a hiatus of 10+ years. I'm riding a 1996 Merlin XLM (#XM223), it's all XTR from '96-'98, Salsa CroMoto forks (so it's *all* hard, not just the tail ), lumbering Mavic CrossLink wheels, Titec 118 bars, Chris King headset, Thompson seatpost, awesome little Terry seat, and pedals that are constantly in flux (a situation I intend to resolve soon).

    I'll try to get pics up soon -- I just need to figure out how to make them smaller so I can upload them...

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    Details on the Seven

    Quote Originally Posted by C. Alshus
    My only mtb.


    Mind giving a few details on the Sola? I haven't seen one built up as a SS. That said, one almost never sees Solas at all. Very nice bike.

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    Now with a Lyrik Solo Air. C2a is ~10mm taller than the Pike/taller crown race/taller lower headset cup I was running. It'll run a bit more sag than the Pike, but I've still gained about a half degree of slackness, which I wanted.

    Yes, the frame was built with geometry designed around the Pike, but with burliness and ability to take a taller fork (like this) in the future. Gained not quite a half pound on paper, but not really noticeable.

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    ^^^^^^^^^

    looks sweet, how you like the gravitydropper?
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    been contemplating about getting 1...
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    I have been waiting to make this post



    Frame: Leader 526H
    Fork: 2008 RockShox Domain 318is
    Brakes: Avid BB7
    Cranks: M751 XT w/ Big Ring Gaurd
    Front Derailleur: XT
    Rear Derailleur: XT
    Pedals:Crank Bros 5050XX
    Stem: Bontrager Race X Lite
    Handlebar: King Earl OS
    Seatpost: cheap alloy
    Saddle: Bontrager Inform RL
    Bottom Bracket: ES71 shimano
    Cassette: Shimano 11-30 8spd
    Headset: Cane Creek ZS6
    Grips: ODI Rogue LockOn
    Tires: WTB Mutano Raptor 2.4 Kevlar/DNA
    Wheels: King Earl Front, custom onyx/bontrager mustang rear

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    Cotic Soul. 853

    Pace RC40 forks (100 - 130) mainly XT build.

    Been hammering it for a couple of year now, and still it bigtime.

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    Just bought this second hand.

    Slacked out (68 degree) head angle, Chromo frame - going to build it up with 20mm forks and use it for smashing through stuff.

    It is called a NZone Slacker - couple of hundred of them built here in NZ back in the day. Peeps who have them generally hold on to them.

    Will be a while before I collect the bits to get it going, but it is going to be fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huph
    Cotic Soul. 853

    Pace RC40 forks (100 - 130) mainly XT build.

    Been hammering it for a couple of year now, and still it bigtime.

    Fantastic. I'm >< this close to laying down some cash on one of these beauties as a single speed. Gorgeous ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword
    Fantastic. I'm >< this close to laying down some cash on one of these beauties as a single speed. Gorgeous ride
    You know they do the Cotic Simple - same frame, but dedicated single speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huph
    You know they do the Cotic Simple - same frame, but dedicated single speed.

    Indeed and how sexy too. The soul is where my heart is at though.......


    I see your image is hosted on Vorb? I'm in Christchurch.

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    Wellington

    I'm sure you will love the Soul - I do 80 -90% of my riding on mine - the fully seldom gets out these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huph
    Wellington

    I'm sure you will love the Soul - I do 80 -90% of my riding on mine - the fully seldom gets out these days.
    I'm hearing you I don't even have a dually All hardtails here

    Infact i had to make a choice the other week Cove handjob or Cotic soul- i chose Handjob- it should get here next week. Should be great with a 130mm fork.... i'm looking forward to it.

    Any good trails in Welly (silly question aye? it's NZ )

    *saves for cotic*

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilostmypassword
    I'm hearing you I don't even have a dually All hardtails here

    Infact i had to make a choice the other week Cove handjob or Cotic soul- i chose Handjob- it should get here next week. Should be great with a 130mm fork.... i'm looking forward to it.

    Any good trails in Welly (silly question aye? it's NZ )

    *saves for cotic*
    Heaps of good trails here. But you have some down there that I want to hit sometime. Wharfdale. Craigiburn.

    Handjobs are good bikes.
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    just so you guys all know this thread made me trade the trace for a rockhopper. not the burliest of bikes, but it's slowly getting a burly-ish build.

    I still have a rocky mountain squishy, but I am loving the way this thing handles. reminds me of a big bmx bike.

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    Santa Cruz Chameleon

    Here`s my Hardtail that i use for an All Mountain ride.

    Frame: Santa Cruz Chameleon Small
    Fork : `08 Fox TALAS RLC 140mm
    Headset:Chris King
    Brakes: Hayes El Camino 8"Front/6"Rear
    Shifters: Shimano XTR
    Cranks: Shimano XTR
    Bottom Bracket:Shimano XT
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR
    Pedals: Shimano
    Stem: Bontrager stem 31.8
    Handlebar: Bontrager Carbon Fiber 31.8
    Grips: Moab
    Saddle: Bontrager
    Seatpost:Generic for now
    Cassette: Sram 11-32
    Tires: Kenda Tires 2.35
    Wheels: Mavic Cross ride
    Weight: Not to Heavy
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    here is my 08 giant rincon. first bike i bought since i was 13. got it about 2 weeks ago now. it now has a rock shox dart 3, forte carbon bar end (ya ya ya they dont belong on MTB bikes i know), lizard skins chainstay and little cargo bag, lock on grips, and studded pedals ill be getting this week. this pic was 2 days after i got it and just took a little mile hike. oh and a new rear tube cause i popped it yesterday on the trail




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    Cool bike...good luck!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huph
    Cotic Soul.
    I heard the Soul (and Simple) might be a bit soft for a heavier guy who likes stiff frames. Do you have an opinion on that?

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    It seems like there is a really wide selection of chain guides out there. Could anyone recommend one for a hardrock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    I heard the Soul (and Simple) might be a bit soft for a heavier guy who likes stiff frames. Do you have an opinion on that?
    I'm 85kg, and been riding mine anywhere I take by 5in fully. Rock Gardens included.

    No problems in 2 and a half years of riding.

    They do a more heavy duty version, the BFe rated up to 160mm forks (The Soul is 130). Same dimensions and angles as the Soul, just more bike..



    http://www.cotic.co.uk/product/BFe.html

    I'm not connected with Cotic in any way. Just and very happy owner.
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    New hardtail

    Man, I just picked up my first hardtail after riding full suss for time and i've got to say I'm pleasantly surprised!
    Its a Giant xtc c1, Light as a feather and seems to soak it up although haven't given it beans yet!

    17"
    Frame
    T700 carbon composite
    Forks
    Fox 32 F80 RL
    80mm travel, Preload, Rebound, lock out
    Rear Derailleur
    Shimano XTR
    Front Derailleur
    Shimano XT
    Shifters
    Shimano XT 27 speed RapidFire Plus
    Chainset
    Shimano XT Hollowtech II 22/32/44
    Bottom Bracket
    Shimano XT Hollowtech II
    Chain
    Shimano HG73
    Freewheel
    Shimano XT 11-32
    Stem
    RaceFace Evolve XC ahead
    Handlebars
    RaceFace Evolve XC
    Front Brake
    Avid Juicy 7 hydraulic disc
    Rear Brake
    Avid Juicy 7 hydraulic disc
    Rims
    Mavic XM819 UST
    Front Hub
    DT Cerit
    Rear Hub
    DT Cerit
    Spokes
    DT competition
    Tyres
    Hutchinson Piranha 26x2.0'' tubeless
    Saddle
    WTB Silverado SLT Ti rails
    Seatpost
    RaceFace Evolve XC
    Pedals
    Shimano SPD M540
    Grips
    Giant

    All standard UK spec but if anyone can recommend any improvements I'm all ears

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    Umm ok.


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    I always wanted a Kona...
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    Dialled Bikes Alpine

    I finally got tired of the snow, and made the 350 mile drive to Hurricane, Utah last weekend. This was the maiden voyage of my new all-mountain hardtail...the Dialled Bikes Alpine.
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    That Dialled Bikes hardtail looks great.. is it steel?

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    yer indeed it is

    any idea how much the frame weighs, comes in black too right?

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    Steel it is!

    Frame weight is around 5.5 lbs, and it also comes in metallic black...sort of a black chrome.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gambledook
    yer indeed it is

    any idea how much the frame weighs, comes in black too right?
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    My Cotic BFe in small.

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    My project is still a bit unfinished.


    (I've posted the pic elsewhere too: 2soulscycles: German 853 steel bikes.)

    So far:
    2soulscycles frame
    Marz. 2004 Z1 FR
    Mavic 721 on Marzocchi hub
    Thomson post
    Holzefeller bar
    LX BB/cranks
    Blackspire chainring and bashring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil S


    My Cotic BFe in small.



    did you have a bmw park before?


    sweet rides everyone!!!
    keep em comin...


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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr11
    did you have a bmw park before?
    Nope, my last bike was kinda similar (Azonic DS-1).. How come?

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    That BFE is so nice. Too bad the us dollar is so weak, cause I'd be buying one for sure... It's like $1,000 in the US for that frame...

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    My Azonic AM hardtail
    I would like to take credit for building it, but i can't. I did add that custom bottle holder though! sweet!!! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil S


    My Cotic BFe in small.
    Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil S
    Nope, my last bike was kinda similar (Azonic DS-1).. How come?

    my bad, thought you were someone else...





    but that's def a sweet ride!
    was half thinkin of staying on a steel frame, but it's really a little on the heavy side...

    my current one is at 2.8kgs (on paper), i'm thinkin closer to 3kgs.
    making my bike a drag to go up.
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    i feel the poorness man. i have my FR DH and AM in one bike. i just use an ironhorse yakuza bakuto for everything. including urban and DJ. it is almost exactly the same as that chimpira up there.

    Dropoff
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    fairly unimpressive but it will teke a hit like no body's bidness

    it is really quite foolish

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    There can be only one.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    There can be only one.....

    I suspect yours is the only one in existence....

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    Is it yours? When are Knolly going to take it seriously?
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    I have my profile cranks and sprocket coming in the mail soon. Can't wait!
    '05 Rockhopper Pro

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    Drooling<<<<<<<<<<<<

    Quote Originally Posted by DWF
    There can be only one.....
    Ive been considering pulling the trigger on one...BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronZ636



    I have my profile cranks and sprocket coming in the mail soon. Can't wait!
    Nice bike. That looks like a burly build for a Rockhopper. How's it ride? What fork are you running?

    Ant

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