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    calling all BMC riders!!..post ur rides



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    That is one sexy bike!

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    Here is mine:

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

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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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    very nice, what chain and pedals are they?

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    Here is my 07 FourStroke 03 I just bought used (2 days ago) as a frame from a local. It took me 4 hours to get all my parts over to this.
    Size: 15" (I'm 5'4" @130#)
    07 Float RLC @ 120
    Manitou Radium RL
    XTR lever with 4pot XT
    So far one 9 miler single track and 8 miler pavement and it feels GREAT.
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    What's with BMC calling their suspension "VPS" then "APS"?
    Both looks the same to me.

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    It is the same, i think i read somewhere it was something to do with it sounding to similar to another suspension platform.

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    went a little bit spendy recently. it was worth it though. weighs in at about 15kilos; nothing too delicate, pretty solid AM build which leaves me confident that the limiting factor is on the bike, not part of it. that said, i wouldn't mind a coil shock, but can't really justify it, given that i'll have to sell the bike in less than a year... (and yes, i know the hoses could be shortened a bit)



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    nice bike, did you ever ride the superstroke? if you did, does it feel much different?

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    yeah, this frame was actually a warranty replacement for a superstroke with misaligned welds, so i've been on them both. my thinking is something like this.

    the suspension action has definitely been improved, even though it's 10mm less, it seems like more travel as it bottoms out a lot less, and doesn't blow through the travel as much. pedal bob is also reduced quite a bi. (there is a possibility that the sstroke frame's suspension was compromised a bit by the misalignment, but it still felt ok, so it's hard to say.)

    the extra degree of slackness in the head tube is also very welcome, and stand over height has improvedquite a bit


    the main downside is the flexy rear end. i don't remember that with the superstroke. admittedly i think i probably ride harder now, so maybe i just didn't notice, but there's definitely more flex than than i'm into having on a bike this heavy. 3.4 kilos for a 140mm travel frame isn't light, so it would be nice if it was a bit stiffer. my superstroke was about 3.8k, for reference


    another niggle is there's less seat tube available. despite the straight tube, it's interrupted by the rocker mount. my frame is just a bit on the small side for me, so i can't cut the seat post, and due to this the post doesn't drop quite as much as i'd like it to. that said, it drops enough, really, just not as much as it did on the superstroke.


    overall i reckon it's a better frame the it's predecessor, but if i was going to pay full price for it (which seems to be about 1900US/1400EU), i'd probably look at something else.

    but, that said, bmc's customer service has been fantastic, and that's definitely worth something. they really sorted me out, when they could very easily have not bothered, as i bought the stroke frame on line from jenson and had it shipped to china. they sorted everything out through their chinese dealer and were really helpful and responsive, upgrading both the frame and shock. it was cool,. stefan from their service/warranty department made it pretty much the best warranty experience i've had to go through
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    thanks for that in depth report. The rear end on mine is a little flexy as well. Good to hear they have good customer service as well. Oh and i thought the supertrail increased its travel to 160mm?

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    yeah, strange situation, the 08 reduced it to 140, then the 09 upped it to 160. my thinking is that the new design only allowed a 200mm shock (as opposed to the old sst, which took a 215), so they went for reduced travel in order to keep the low 2.4-1 ratio that was part of the reason why the sst was quite plush despite having an air shock. then for 2009 they changed the rocker arm to give 160mm of travel, still with the same shock length (i think). was this an improvement? or just a realisation that a three and a half kilo 140mm trail bike wasn't going to sell (especially considering they also make a sub 3kilo 140mm trail frame)? i don't know. i'd like to ride the 08&09 side by side. if anyone has ridden both that would be interesting to hear about....
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    i'd also be interested in hearing from anyone who has put a coil on the supert....
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    weird that they chose to go from 150-140, you'd think that since they have the trailfox they would have stayed at 150 or gone straight to 160, i wonder what they were thinking.

    Why would you want to put a coil on it anyway?

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    yeah, like i said, i think the rationale was to keep the low ratio. i think in 08 the trailfox was only 130 as well, and the new space age design came out in 09?. not sure though.

    why coil? well, i like the coil up front, and i think the rear would be more plush with a coil. in particular i'd expect improved small bump sensitivity (less stiction to overcome without all those tight air seals), and i guess i'd also feel more confident in the shock going off bigger drops. that said i'm light and the low ratio means i don't have too much pressure in the shock, so i'm not too worried about blowing it out. still, should be a bit more reliable.also if i'm not mistaken coil shocks of the same length have a slightly longer stroke, so i'd gain a bit of travel, which would be ok with me....
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    New question here.

    I just bought a BMC Fourstoke 03 frame last week, so hopefully I'll have pictures posted soon - as long as the wife lets me finish the build-up!!

    I committed a cardinal sin though in not comparing the headtube length to my current bike when determining if my Magura fork would work.

    Long story short, I am a little short on steerer tube length.

    My frame came with the FSA ZS-3 integrated headset with a stack height of 13mm.

    Is anyone using a different headset on your BMC mtn. bike that might have a stack height of 10mm or less??

    I've see a few integrated headsets at 10mm, but it looks like the Fourstroke takes a relatively specialized i.h.

    I realize 13mm down to 10mm isn't much, but I need all the height I can get!! Thanks.

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    been there, the strail that they replaced my sstroke with on warranty had a longer head tube which left me with a pathetic stub of steerer tube sticking out of the top. in the end i found a stem with a sufficiently low stack height, but at the time i spent quite a while looking at that rather tall top cap, thinking about hacking it in half or something (obviously not a good idea). i see that shorter top caps exist though, and fsa have some caps as low as 8-9mm. (but after rooting around and measuring i now note that my zs-3 topcap is a hefty 20mm)

    as a matter of interest why do you think the that the f.stroke takes a specialised i.headset? certainly my s.trail look fairly standard
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    I based my "specialized" comment on the fact that it requires a headset that fits shallow cups, yet is wide enough to fit a 50mm headtube. Only a few headsets that I looked at actually mentioned they met this requirement. Let me know what you are using for a headset and which FSAs have a cap around 8-9mm - I might just have to try one!!

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    A couple more for the collection

    Here are my latest BMC acquisitions

    2008 Fourstoke 02, Frame and fork are new, everything else came of an older fourstroke that I had. These bikes rock, I already have an existing fs02 and when a opportunity came along to replace an old frame with a new one ....well I couldn't refuse. The fox fork also came with a remote lockout ....I am really impressed with the ergonomics of it, more impressive then the rs pop lock.
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    2009 Team elite 03, swapped out wheels, brakes and crankset. Also took a motion control damper with remote lockout out of a reba and put it in the recon. I would of took the whole fork, but getting a fork with a headtube length long enought to fit these XL frames can be difficult.
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    The whole collection
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    wow bmc lover
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    Just did 28 miles, 7.5 hours over 2 days and I LOVE this bike (07 Fourstroke)!
    Only complaint is, could have used 1 more inch of travel in the rear. Also could have used an inch some where else too
    I raised my Float to 140 from 120 and I might lower it back down next year as the steering isn't fast enough. Not that I'm fast, it's just a bit too slack for me now.

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    Keep it coming!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy0912
    Keep it coming!

    Yeah! C'mon

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    Hi, this is mine BMC Fourstroke FS03, i own it since a month now and i'm very pleased with it.
    Here are the specs:
    Frame: BMC Fourstroke FS03
    Fork: RS Reba race '09
    Shock: RS ario 2.2
    Wheels: DT Swiss ex 5.1d 240s hubs
    Brakes: Formula oro K18 white
    Rear Der. : Sram X.0 20th anniversary
    Front Der. : Shimano Xt
    Shifters: Sram X.0
    Steer: Raceface Deus xc
    Stem: RaceFace Deus xc
    Seatpost: Woodman Sl+
    Cranck: Shimano XT (will be changed for a FSA afterburner)

    Well thats about it. More than enough for the " dutch mountains"
    P.S sorry for the crappy pic

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    Nice!

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    I thought someone posted and I reply to it, now I don't see it in this thread, I'm confused. lol

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    Fourstroke 03 finally done!!

    Wow, I am so excited to have my Fourstroke 03 completed!!

    Attached pictures aren't the best, but I couldn't wait until tomorrow to snap a few. I couldn't be happier with how the build turned out. After buying the frame and Magura fork earlier this summer, I finally decided to bite the bullet and finish the bike. The bike is simply amazing - so much lighter than my old HT. Daniel at Cycle To Fitness did a great job and was reasonably priced.

    Components include:

    - SRAM X9
    - Truvativ Stylo OCT crank
    - NoTubes ZTR Arch/355 rims with white Redline hubs & Karma tubeless tires
    - Avid Elixir 5 hydraulic brakes
    - Magura Laurin 130mm fork

    If there are any other Fourstroke owners in SE Michigan that want to get together and ride, I'd be more than happy to go. Highland Rec. is only minutes from my house.

    Christmas has definitely come early this year!!
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    COOL!!! Whats it weigh?

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    MI4stroke--bet it rides as good as it looks, too.

    Nothing like a 17" frame if you ask me*. Although I am working on a 2009 19" 02.

    BMC should have kept a black/gray scheme.

    Terrific-looking bike. Lighter than your HT! Enjoy. Be thankful.



    *Tell us your height/inseam

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    My 17" Fourstroke 03 weighs in at 26.6 lbs ready to ride. I'm around 5'9" and 170 lbs., or at least was until gorging myself tonight on Thanksgiving dinner!! Inseam is only 30".

    I still can't get over how well the white hubs and brakes compliment the white BMC lettering. I was looking at going all black, but I'm glad my LBS suggested the white hubs.

    It is going to take me a while to get over the fear of dinging up this bike. I just have to keep reminding myself that I invested in this bike to kick a## on trails, not admire it in my damn garage!!

    Anyone know of a trail within 4-5 hours one way from SE MI that will escape a majority of the winter snow?? It is going to kill me to have the bike just sit for 4 months.

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    Maybe Ray's Indoor Park west of Cleveland. I know little about it.

    http://www.raysmtb.com/

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    Smile 2008 Fourstroke 03

    Here's my 2008 Fourstroke 03. I've been meaning to post this for a while, but never got around to it. Built last summer. Just converted to tubeless using 10 mil gas pipe tape and Stans sealant. Weighs 27.5 lbs. Could be lighter, but I built her to ride Lake Tahoe trails.


    Specs are as follows:

    Frame: 17" red frame with DT Swiss XM180 Shock
    Fork: Rockshox Reba Race Race 120 mm travel
    Wheels: Sun Ringle DS-1XC with Disc O Flea Hubs and Wheelsmith double butted spokes
    Tires: Tioga Extreme XC
    Brakes: Avid Juicy 7
    Cranks: Surly Mr. Whirley 94 BCD, setup 2 X 9 (30T & 36T)
    Pedals: Time Atac Alium
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XTR
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XTR
    Shifters: Shimano XTR
    Cassette: Sram PG-980
    Chain: Sram PC 971
    Bars: Easton Monkey Lite XC
    Stem: Thomson Elite
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Saddle: Selle Italia Pro Link Carbon Rail
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    ... and if we just ... Newly Completed BMC Fourstroke 02

    We just completed my build of my new 2009 BMC Fourstroke 02. The guys at Hammerhead Bikes in Austin, Texas did a great job of melding some old school parts from my Litespeed HT with the new FS of the BMC Fourstroke, with a 650B front end. The bike is awesome!! I have been riding it for about a week, and it does everything that I had hoped!! I could not have done this without the help of the Hammerhead guys, they were awesome. Here is the build sheet and a few pictures on the final result. As she sits, the weight came in at 25 pounds, 12 ounces.

    Frame: Large 2009 Fourstroke 02
    Fork: Fox RLC 120
    Shock: Fox RP2
    Stem: Easton EA 70
    Bars: Easton Monkey Lite Carbon flat bars
    BB: White Industries Ti
    Cranks:Middleburn R8 (2 x 9) 27T, 40T
    Post: Thompson Elite
    Saddle: WTB SLT
    Pedals: Shiman 540's
    Cassette: Shimano Megarange 34-13
    FD: Shimano XTR
    RD: Shimano XTR
    Brakes: Hope X2's F&R
    Shifters: Shimano XT thumbshifter, (yes Thumbshifters, Liigt and bombproof)
    Grips: Oury Lock on's
    Rims: Stan's ZTR Flow (rear) Stan's 355 650B (front)
    Spokes and Nips: DT Swiss
    Hubs: Hadley's (F&R)
    tires: WTB Wolverine (rear) Kenda Nevegal 650B (front)

    Waiting on new Pacenti Quasi Moto that should get us very close to the 25 pound build goal, hopefully it arrives next week along with a few other items like Ti skewer's and a smaller, lighter seat collar to complete the package.

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    Hi! Awesome bikes here! I walked into a LBS last year and loved the '08 FS03 frame, but didn't have the $ to pull the trigger. Just went back there and they were sold out. Anyone have suggestions on where I may be able to find one of these? Also any ideas on frame size? I am 5'9"/170lbs with a 30" inseam, so I think a 17" or 19" frame would be best, right? Thanks in advance!

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    Call Hammerhead in Austin

    Kingaucho,

    I just built the bike on post #57. I am 6'3 and about 235. My inseam is 35-36. We built the bike on the BMC Fourstroke Large frame. I am would suggest that you consider the 17 inch frame. If you are interested in a frame give Hammerhead Bikes in Austin, Texas a call and speak with Cody Baron the owner. This is a great bike shop.(See the reviews in the Bike Shops section under Austin, Texas). Cody is the owner and master frame builder, he will work with you to find a frame that will fit you and do it at a reasonable price. He is used to buildin bikes for out of towners! I believe he may still have access to some 2009 frames. The number is 512-458-2453.Tell him MadDuc sent you, they will be able to help you with a frame! Good luck, you will love this bike, they are awsome!!!! I can't think of anything I would chance on mine.

    Happy Holidays,

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by MadDuc916
    Kingaucho,

    I just built the bike on post #57. I am 6'3 and about 235. My inseam is 35-36. We built the bike on the BMC Fourstroke Large frame. I am would suggest that you consider the 17 inch frame. If you are interested in a frame give Hammerhead Bikes in Austin, Texas a call and speak with Cody Baron the owner. This is a great bike shop.(See the reviews in the Bike Shops section under Austin, Texas). Cody is the owner and master frame builder, he will work with you to find a frame that will fit you and do it at a reasonable price. He is used to buildin bikes for out of towners! I believe he may still have access to some 2009 frames. The number is 512-458-2453.Tell him MadDuc sent you, they will be able to help you with a frame! Good luck, you will love this bike, they are awsome!!!! I can't think of anything I would chance on mine.

    Happy Holidays,

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    Thank you, MadDuc!

    I will give Cody a call.

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    I'd also suggest a 17" frame, plus I'd go with a setback seatpost. My 17" is pictured with a Thompson version. My closeout 2008 model 03 frame was a great buy from Bikeman.com. I'd call them and cycletofitness.com.

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    Thanks for the suggestions. Called Hammerhead Bikes, Bikeman and cycletofitness, but nobody had any FS03's... I'll wait until one pops up on eBay.

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    My SS 01 2007 love the bike rides great only problem is its a large i would rather a medium and would trade just the frame for a medium one
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    Sunringle Dirty Flea Hubs F/R
    Kenda Nevegal tires up front and Kenda Small block eight in rear
    Marzocchi BOMBER All Mountain 3 fork
    Truvativ HUSSEFELT Stem
    Spank Lounge Bar 50 handle bar
    Hayes Stroker trail brakes F/R
    AZONIC Kevlar DH Saddle
    THE Grips
    and HT Magnisum Pedals.
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    ur saddle looks really big!

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    it is big but its so comfy its like sitting on a leather couch lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finalgear
    it is big but its so comfy its like sitting on a leather couch lol
    Dang, you can fit 2 pairs of buttocks on that thing...

    ...or 1 big Oprah bootay.

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    2007 Trailfox 01 with nothing special...yet.







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    Here is my superstroke, decommissioned. I rode this bike exclusively for a year about 4 days a week two years ago, (unemployed). I took it apart because the pivots required service and I was building a race hardtail with all the goodies from this bike. I had my LBS order in bearings for this guy, cleaned the bike and installed them. It really is a work of art. I just thought I would post some pictures I took while servicing the bike, not sure if I am going to rebuild it or not. It was an awesome ride for sure.

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    Me Want Lol

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    Made a snap decision this morning. I had the day off and I had the parts, tool and knowledge so I put this one together. It is a total frankenbike, but I have to say, when I have the suspension set up it can take all the abuse it used to. When funds permit I will be purchasing a revelation for this one.

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    Had this XTR lying around ever since I went single.
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    No compromise.

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    your rear shock is on backwards.
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    I actually noticed that after I took the picture this evening. It has since been turned around and switched to 130mm.
    No compromise.

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    cool so when you selling it? lol

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    You know what bro, I don't really know. I've been struggling with this one for some time now. I thought that if I built it I could rationalize keeping it but I honestly do not have enough space to store it or the means to use this bike to it's fullest potential. Also I will most likely be moving so that complicates things further. It's like selling a child...with XT hubs.
    No compromise.

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    Last edited by kasho; 02-25-2010 at 02:53 AM.
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    new light fr SKULLY
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    Here's an update on my FS03.
    Mavic Crossrides
    Thomson stem and seat post
    XTR levers with 4pot XT brakes
    XT m770 shifter pods
    XT 770 Shadow RD
    XT 760 cranks
    XT 760 9spd cassette
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    Here is another 2008 Fourstroke...

    Nothing fancy ...
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    BMC Fourstroke 03

    Here is the trail bike that I built up last year. It is a 2008 BMC Fourstroke 03 frame that I purchased as a closeout from Bikeman.

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    BMC Fourstroke 03

    The pictures didn't go through, sorry. Here it is.

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    Try again.

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    nothing.. try again
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    G'day,

    Here is my 3/4 finished BMC
    All of the parts have been ordered, but that Icelandic volcano has ruined my fun. All parts should arrive this week and I'll post an update.

    Frame: MY2009 BMC TE05
    Fork: RockShox SID Race 2010
    Headset: Cane Creek ZSC-1 Press Fit (Shipped)
    Stem: 3T ARX Team 120mm
    Bars: 3T Xida Team
    BB: TruVativ GXP
    Cranks:Sram GXP I
    Post: Ritchey Comp V2 (Shipped)
    Saddle: Charge Spoon Ti- White
    Cassette: SRAM PG-980 11-34
    FD: Shimano XT
    RD: SRAM X-9
    Brakes: Avid Juicy 7
    Rotor F: Shimano XTR 160mm (Shipped)
    Rotor R: Shimano XTR 140mm (Shipped)
    Shifters: SRAM X-7
    Grips: ODI X-Trainer
    Rims: NoTubes ZTR Olympic
    Spokes and Nips: DT Comps 1.5/1.8 and DT Red Alloy
    Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25's (Shipped)
    Tubes: Stan's Kit (Yellow tape and 6g valve stems) (Shipped)
    Cables: Transfil SRAM Cable set (Shipped)
    Bottle Cage: Zipp Speed Cage- White
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    im sure this setup will be a beauty!
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    Jimmy rixon - where did you get the BMC chainstay guard?

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    here is mine:

    fs03 size 15"
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbospartan
    here is mine:

    fs03 size 15"
    fox f32 RL 120mm
    avid bb7
    Do you have a pic with it upright and from one side? I've been thinking about getting a Thomson laid back post instead of the straight one I have and would like to see how it would look like since I too have a 15" Fourstroke.
    Btw, how tall are you? You must be short like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the-one1
    Do you have a pic with it upright and from one side? I've been thinking about getting a Thomson laid back post instead of the straight one I have and would like to see how it would look like since I too have a 15" Fourstroke.
    Btw, how tall are you? You must be short like me.

    I'm about 5'5"-6" and I think it fits pretty well.

    I have a 110mm stem as well.


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    Turbo-

    The chainstay protector and the seat post collar came with the frameset. Pretty sweet huh!

    The headset (Cane Creek ZSC-1) and Front Rotor (XTR 160mm) arrived yesterday BUT, I've ordered the wrong headset

    Does anyone happen to know the correct headset for a TE05? What have you guy's used on your TE's?
    BMC TE01 2011- RS SID Race, ZTR Olympics, X.7/X.9/X.0, 3T

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    Update Time!

    The remaining parts arrived yesterday so I built it up last night. I've got tubes in at the moment until I steal some Stan's Sealant from my brother I put it on the digital bathroom scales, but so far the weight has varied from 9.5-11kg depending on my facial expression so an accurate weight will follow soon.

    I bought some TA Chinook 28/42 Chainrings last week so fingers crossed they arrive in the next few days. I also got some narrow chainring bolts so I can go 2x9 as soon as the rings arrive!

    I've spent the day bedding in the brakes and setting up a base tune for the fork. My first ride on single track will be this Friday morning so I'll report back with first impressions!

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    Here it is in Coyote Creek, Poverty Flat, Henry Coe State Park, California.
    I like my BMC a lot.

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    Here is my BMC Trailfox 02 (2007) bike I just finished building up. (I currently do not have a front derailleur and am going to get a longer stem)

    Frame BMC TrailFox 02 '07
    Crank Old Crank
    Brakes Avid Elixir 5
    Cassette Old Cassette
    Derailleurs Front: NEED BOTTOM SWING + TOP PULL
    Rear: Shimano SLX Shadow Rear Derailleur M662
    Forks Rock Shox Recon 351 Solo Air Forks 2010 140mm White Maxle Lite
    Chain Shimano CN-HG73 9 Speed Chain
    Shifters Shimano SLX Shifters 9sp M660
    Stem Truvativ Hussefelt Stem 2009 White
    Handlbar Truvativ Hussefelt Comp Riser Bars 2009
    Saddle Funn Saddles Skinny RL Saddle Snake
    Grips Azonic*Love Handle MTB Grips
    Rear Wheel My old Wheelset
    Front Wheel Hope Pro v2, Spank Oozy, DT Swiss Spokes, Red Nipples, Smart Sam Tyre
    Seatpost FSA SL-250 XC Seatpost
    Chain Shimano HG73 Chain 9 Speed
    Cables (outers) Shimano XT
    Pedals Gusset Slim Jim
    Headset FSA Orbit Z

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    2007 tf01





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    Just got a new seat, so thought I'd post some better pics.
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    Built this up in May/June '08, been loving it since. Comes in right about 31lbs (14kg).

    Frame/rear shock + headset - BMC Superstroke 01 17" w/Fox Float RP2 + FSA ZS-3
    Fork - Manitou Nixon Elite 160mm
    Headset spacers - Profile Carbon
    Stem - Race Face Atlas 70mm 31.8
    Handlebars - Titec Hell-bent Carbon 31.8
    Shifters - SRAM X.9 + Matchmaker
    Grips - ODI Lock-ons, Ruffian Grips
    Seatpost - Easton EC70 350mm 31.6mm
    Saddle - Selle Italia Flite Gel Ti
    Crankset + BB - Race Face Atlas 170mm
    Pedals - Time Atac Alium
    Chain - SRAM PC-991 Cross Step
    Front dérailleur - SRAM X.9 HC, TP, 34.9mm
    Rear dérailleur - SRAM X.9 Long Cage
    Front brake - Avid Juicy 7 Carbon 185mm
    Rear brake - Avid Juicy 7 Carbon 185mm
    Front Wheel - Chris King ISO 20mm + DT Swiss Ex5.1d 32h + DT Swiss Supercomp Triple Butted Spokes
    Front tire - WTB MotoRaptor Race 2.4
    Rear wheel - Chris King ISO Rear Bolt On + DT Swiss Ex5.1d 32h + DT Swiss Supercomp Triple Butted Spokes
    Cassette - SRAM PG-990 11-34T
    Rear tire - WTB MotoRaptor Race 2.24
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