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    34.4 LBS 10" Pedal Bike for Natty !

    I through an AM build with all the good stuff on a Santacruz Carbon V10 for a Buddy that wanted a big plush pedal bike for ripping up the gnar.
    It will take acoupple months to get settled on the final Head angle and clean up afew of the Details and get her dialed , but for the first shakedown run today it worked really nice.

    Its 34.4 lbs with all the bells and whistles on it and he pedaled it right up this morning

    Santacruz V 10 from kelstr on Vimeo.


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    Can you get me one too?

    Here's the shipping address : Montreal, Canada.

    Billing address is : Arizona, USA

    Note : For the french guys with the snow shovel.

    Thanks,

    David
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    topless. that's what all mtb girls do. we go ride, get topless, have pillow fights in the woods, scissor, then ride home!

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    That is sweet! Any plans to trim the cables/hoses?

    Brenda

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    Quote Originally Posted by motochick View Post
    That is sweet! Any plans to trim the cables/hoses?

    Brenda
    Well sure, but I know we will be making alot of travel, geo, chassis and component changes so at first it will be dialed and made sure on all the components and set up, then I will detail and clean up all the routing and lengths as required

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    Wonder what a small set up for me would weigh? Hmmmmm?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motochick View Post
    Wonder what a small set up for me would weigh? Hmmmmm?!
    I did not really take any pains with TI hardwear yet and the reverb post that I will have to shorten later once we are sure on a length , and the carbon wheels that will go on it , .......so this one will end up right at 33 lbs .

    I know that a 10" travel small would be lighter than my 6 1/4 " bike , and that would be just to cool

    Its about time we get 10" bikes pedaling up and blasting down Southmountain

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    No way in he'll that guys climbing anything on that bike! I ll have to see it in person to believe it. What's the head angle on that thing like 63 degrees!! No way it's going up National.

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    Let me know when he's hitting national again. So I can be there to see it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBrady View Post
    No way in he'll that guys climbing anything on that bike! I ll have to see it in person to believe it. What's the head angle on that thing like 63 degrees!! No way it's going up National.

    He said ALL the bells and whistles...didn't you see the motor?
    "Nobody ever told me not to try" - Curious George Soundtrack by Jack Johnson

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    Tim Curry accompanying the video walk through was cool too. I bet that thing is a blast especially on the descent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBrady View Post
    Let me know when he's hitting national again. So I can be there to see it!!
    Hey, wait a minuet .....wasn't that you on the bike yesterday ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertCrawler View Post
    Tim Curry accompanying the video walk through was cool too. I bet that thing is a blast especially on the descent.
    I just loved Tim Curry in "Rocky Horror Picture Show" ..... he was just a nut and played that part beautifully !!

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    ...that is sick!

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    We need to take that thing on some Bees knees.

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    that's just silly....

    yes, I'd rock that!!
    7" fork?
    With an angleset you could get it closer to a trailbike geometry and still be slacked out enough to rip back down with confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBrady View Post
    We need to take that thing on some Bees knees.
    Bees Knees will be the tried and true test !

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    Nice build. I'm next in line. I'll take one in red...........Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by berzerker View Post
    yes, I'd rock that!!
    7" fork?
    With an angleset you could get it closer to a trailbike geometry and still be slacked out enough to rip back down with confidence.
    Yes it is the 7" travel 66 TI RC3 , these RC3 zokies really do work extremely well and have a large range of adjustment so you rarely need re-valving .

    We have the "angle set" and will be testing different head angles as needed , the adjustability and weight of this bike make it very versatile .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grave9 View Post
    Nice build. I'm next in line. I'll take one in red...........Drew
    Red would be the color I would get , they really look nice and super sexy.......and you and I are very sexy guys.... despite what all the girls say

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    That is one SOLLiD bike!!

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    dumb on so many levels

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    An Old School Turner would have been such a better idea. Too funny!!

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    LMAO! Remember Mike's friend that was riding the waterfall on his first try...on a mtn bike?

    Well, with enough suspension, a retarded monkey could ride down anything as well. Great job removing the feel of the mountain. I suppose a hover board will be gnar as well.

    That said, I'd still love to try one out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBrady View Post
    No way in he'll that guys climbing anything on that bike! I ll have to see it in person to believe it. What's the head angle on that thing like 63 degrees!! No way it's going up National.
    Ken Bentit did the same thing with his Phoenix - single crown, AM build, and rides it on National.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelstr View Post
    Bees Knees will be the tried and true test !
    I thought for sure I'd see you guys rolling that thing up Bee's Knees this morning. I was solo again, and wasn't a very impressive outing for me either. It was a bit warm and Humid as all get out.

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