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    calling all BMC riders!!..post ur rides



    ~kasho BMC elite team02~

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    That is one sexy bike!

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    Here is mine:

    DH:Mountain Cycle Shockwave 9.5 w/ 888R
    FR:Marin Quake w/ 888RC
    AM:BMC Superstroke 01 w/ 66RC2X

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    very nice ride..which country u r from
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    Country of President Elect Obama
    DH:Mountain Cycle Shockwave 9.5 w/ 888R
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    AM:BMC Superstroke 01 w/ 66RC2X

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    Here is mine:

    Now running Red Manitou R7 MRD Absolute forks. Weighs 8.55kg complete.

    I've also got a very nice new Race Master SLX01 roadie - love that too! (I'll try get some pictures).
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    super cool
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    Here's mine

    My 2009 Fourstroke 02 for racing... (more pics Bmc 2009)
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    And my 2008 Fourstoke 03 with 120mm trailfox linkages for training and all day trail riding...
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    i love your colour combination .... 2009 Fourstroke 02.
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    Here is another, I built it up today. It took about six hours but I am new to disc brakes and hollowtech cranks. Gears/brakes just need setting up tomorrow then I can see if it was $2,500 well spent (Mavic Crossmax wheels, Fox Talas forks and XT hollowtechs cranks did most of the wallet damage).

    For now it uses a few semi-crappy bits from an old bike and comes in at 27lb 8oz (12.5kg).


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    very clean and nice!
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    I will post some new pics of mine when I get home...if I had only one word to describe it....it would be BLING
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxon9598
    I will post some new pics of mine when I get home...if I had only one word to describe it....it would be BLING
    Nicktoad might need some help with the posting the pics how all you guys been
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    ... and if we just ...

    Alright, this is my first post, sorry if it sucks.

    I have been looking at getting a new bike for a while and have been shopping around and doing a lot of demo days. After a good friend told me about BMC, I stated researching and reading a ton of post about the bikes also following the threads on this site. I finally decide to make the jump after all of the great pics and positive words you all have been posting. I bought my TF02 frame 2 weeks ago and picked all the parts. Just did the build last night with some help from a friend.

    Here are the photos, sorry about the quality but my camera sucks.

    Still need to get a few things, new pedals, Push Loc, New shifters and grips. also need to do some final tweaking after getting her out on the trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigj1013
    Alright, this is my first post, sorry if it sucks.

    I have been looking at getting a new bike for a while and have been shopping around and doing a lot of demo days. After a good friend told me about BMC, I stated researching and reading a ton of post about the bikes also following the threads on this site. I finally decide to make the jump after all of the great pics and positive words you all have been posting. I bought my TF02 frame 2 weeks ago and picked all the parts. Just did the build last night with some help from a friend.

    Here are the photos, sorry about the quality but my camera sucks.

    Still need to get a few things, new pedals, Push Loc, New shifters and grips. also need to do some final tweaking after getting her out on the trail.
    Nice, try to post some higher-res pics and specs/ weight if you can. Love the X-0 Carbon rear mech

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    She is at 30 roughly. I weight it on a home bathroom scale.

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    Frame: 2007 Trailfox 02
    Fork: RockShox Revelation
    Shock: RockShox Ario 2.2
    Stem: TruVativ aka
    Bars: TruVativ Hussefelt riser
    BB: TruVativ GXP team
    Cranks:Truvativ carbon noir 3.3
    Post: TruVativ team double clamp
    Saddle: Bontrager inForm RL 154 width
    Cassette: SRAM PG-980
    FD: SRAM X-9
    RD: SRAM X-0
    Brakes: Avid Elixir R
    Shifters: SRAM X-0
    Grips: ODI YETI
    Rims: Alex Rims FD16
    Spokes and Nips: DT
    tires: Kenda Nevegal
    Cables: Shimano XTR SIS Shift Cable Set

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    2007 Trailfox 1

    Here is my TrailFox 1.
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    ~kasho BMC elite team02~

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    i know porn is bad for you... but just a little tiny bit won't hurt too much, right? finally built up my new frame, with some new parts and some very old parts.... believe it or not, white isn't my idea of a good bike colour scheme, i just took what i could get, and it just happened to all be white. looking forward to getting it dirty

    Alas, that the longest hill
    Must end in a vale

    Henry Charles Beeching 1859-1919

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    Same BMC trailfox setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Craigj1013
    She is at 30 roughly. I weight it on a home bathroom scale.
    I have a very simular BMC trailfox setup. I am thinking about upgrading the wheelset. I can get a deal on Easton wheels, so I am looking at the AM Havoc or the XC Ones. Which would be better on this setup? Anyone have any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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    heres my 08 superstroke:

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    sexy bike...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasho
    sexy bike...
    I think so too. Too bad its raining today, can't go for a ride. Have to troll the forums instead

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    some new pics with my custom white cables as per the tutorial on pinkbike:



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