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  1. #8501
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    Very nice man! I had mine down to 29.4 lbs before I put on my DH wheelset for Mammoth. Now it's 30.7 lbs in DH trim. I see from the sign and your fav trail, your a So Bay rider. I've been riding Del Cerro for 30 years. Back then we could ride whatever we wanted and we made most of the trails up there. Maybe I'll see you up there some time.
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    The seat fringe is classic!

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    Great weight for a Uzzi. The Derby carbon wheels are bulletproof and can handle all DH, now come in 26 since you are a 26er for life (I was there once too! Hahaha)...

    Yea Del Cerro was fun. I haven't been up there in quite some time. Trail closures and booby traps center trail suck. Beautiful place though, I will be back soon regardless...

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    LOL, thanks man, (for the fringe comment 2 up)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Great weight for a Chilco. The Derby carbon wheels are bulletproof and can handle all DH, now come in 26 since you are a 26er for life (I was there once too! Hahaha)...

    Yea Del Cerro was fun. I haven't been up there in quite some time. Trail closures and booby traps center trail suck. Beautiful place though, I will be back soon regardless...
    Yea, I've been on the Derby site. The 40's look sick. I might have to drop some coin and get some. Wide carbons ride so nice. Light, strong and stiff. Mine are 33 wide and I really love them, but I'd like to try some 40's. Every now and then, you can still hit up Bad Lands or Grand Canyon when the coast is clear.
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    Haha, cool man. Changed my post to Uzzi! I remember seeing you jump that drop to flat at the bottom of badlands (I think)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Haha, cool man. Changed my post to Uzzi! I remember seeing you jump that drop to flat at the bottom of badlands (I think)...

    LOL, it is a great weight for a Chilco too! And I think that drop to flat was at the bottom of Telephone Pole, (legit). And my Avi is the old Ski Jump on my Nomad. Bummer they planted cactus all over that so it's un rideable now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasF View Post
    How much did that bike cost you? Do you live in the United States, or in europe? and i can't find that bike on their website, can you post a direct link?
    $5800.00 Australian dollars
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    Some of you guys don't know the meaning of the term "retro."
    Check this out.
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    '01 Black and Polished Santa Cruz Bullit. (Pre 5th Element)
    '10 Rock Shox Lyrik with DH internals.
    Hayes Mag Brakes with 6" rotors.
    Race Face Square Taper Cranks with MRP Bash Guard.
    XT Shifters and Lx Der.
    Thompson Post.
    Azonic DH Stem and World Force Bar.
    Only new parts were WTB Speed Disc FH rims.
    I'm so "Old School" that I was a member of this site in '99, but have no idea what my email, username or address was at the time.
    I got into Motocross in '01 and out of MTB. Had a kid 3 years ago, now, at 46, I'm ready to get back into the sport.

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    I've got that same WTB saddle with the red kevlar on my 01 Superlight. Hell of a saddle, but the kevlar is starting to get shredded on mine.

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    killer Bullit ... I love retro

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarknutMike View Post
    killer Bullit ... I love retro
    You'd love my hardtail.

    Green '98 Specialized Stumpjumper Pro with full '98 XTR set-up.

    Thing is, I looked into selling the Bullit to fund a newer ride.

    Although my income has more than doubled since '01, bike prices have quadrupled.

    My first 2 MX bikes were < $2400.

    A comparable bike to the Bullit (Bronson, Slash, ect) are $3500 - $5000.

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    Technology has come a long way though, a $5k Bronson would almost certainly descend better than your bullet and climb better than (and probably weigh similar to) your hardtail.

    Regardless, the bullet is a sweet looking retro ride, bring back memories of my first FS bike, which was a 98 Heckler, also in black and silver.

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    Small upgrade done to my mission 3, rid of Hammerschmidt, got a XT double chanring and some carbon fiber parts on sale, gonna change to single when my new chanring arrives... saves roughly 3-4lb

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    2014 Norco Sight Alloy 7.2

    Hi all,

    Just thought I would share my new bike.

    So far I have only changed the seat post, stem, and handlebars. I have ordered a pair of 40mm Nextie Rims with the AM layup with an estimated weight of 440g. I am thinking of using Shimano XT hubs with sapim double butted spokes for the build. I will also be installing my Specialized IR and Zee/NW 1X10 setup when I stop being lazy.


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    It has not seen trail yet due to a sprained ankle, but I am hoping to change that this weekend.

    Thanks for looking,

    Bryan
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    Damn 40mm rims? What width tires would you run?

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    Let's see those AM setups

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    Damn 40mm rims? What width tires would you run?

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    Not quite sure yet really. I will try out the stock honey badger and see if the increased foot print will offset the lack of knob height of the honey badger.

    Probably going to end up on Specialized tires though.

    Bryan
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    Nextie makes 40mm now? I have the Derby version and wide carbon wheels are the real deal, you will not be disappointed! Sweet ride man!

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    Here's One
    A 2011 Kona Cadabra
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    This bike is for sale to on mtbr classifieds.

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    Love it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalMX View Post
    Nextie makes 40mm now? I have the Derby version and wide carbon wheels are the real deal, you will not be disappointed! Sweet ride man!
    Thanks!

    Yeah, I will be playing the guinea pig with Nextie... I just hope I get to keep my teeth if they ever explode.

    Carbon Fiber 650B/27.5" MTB Rim 40mm width Clincher Hookless Tubeless Compatible Mountain Bike [NXT650BH01]

    On the page they had 390g listed when I ordered, but I asked them to make it with extra material; it seems they only offer it now with the extra material at 430g, which I think is smart.

    Bryan
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    Knolly Warden - "Orange Crush"

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    Re: Let's see those AM setups



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    That Knolly is KNARLY! Well done.

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