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    Have any pics of your DeKerfs?

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    Upset Maybe

    I think I may have some of my old Team ST (pre-disintegration). Unfortunately, the Team SL is currently hanging up as an unbuilt frame right now (parts have gone to my girlfriend's bike for the time being), and the Elysium is one of my main test beds, so it's currently in a state of disarray awaiting a test fork from Spinner. Maybe I'll post some pics when they're whole again!


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    Bonking ... not feelin' well My DeKerf is gone

    See thread in the Arizona forum:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=116266

    It was my favorite bike. It will be missed. If anyone has another 15" soft-tail they'd be willing to sell, I'm shopping!

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    my new dekerf

    I just picked this little hunny up a few days ago. Its the most fun i've had on a bike!

    It dosn't have a name on the top tube(no sign of there every being one either). I assume its a TeamSL...anyone know what year it may be?

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    Well after more research, I guess its probably not an SL.
    The stamp on the BB is DEK416 so its got to be around '93-'95? Did they all have prestige tubing? What is the value of this frame and how long can they really last?

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    With the open seat stays and ritchey tubing, and brake guide it is a Dekerf Mountain.

    As for year, not really sure, it is the same colour of green as my 98 Team SL.. With a serial number that low I'd say 92-94 is probably about right.

    As for lasting, my Prestige tubed Brodie is going on 17years old and still going strong.

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    Team SL history?

    Hi, I've just bought a 2nd hand Team SL frame.

    The serial number is DEK1009.

    Does anyone know the year of manufacture or tubing construction? It has an 853 decal but not sure if that is main frame or rear traingle as well.

    Thanks, James.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James Garbett
    Hi, I've just bought a 2nd hand Team SL frame.

    The serial number is DEK1009.

    Does anyone know the year of manufacture or tubing construction? It has an 853 decal but not sure if that is main frame or rear traingle as well.

    Thanks, James.
    Mine in the same colour is a 97 and about 200 places higher than yours, got mine in late August, so yours is probably an early 97 (first year of 853).

    As for tubing, from the dekerf website, the stays are something other than 853, they don't say what, they just say that 853 chainstays were added in 1998.

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    Looking for a 19.5" Dekerf frame

    Anyone has a 19.5" Dekerf Generation Team SL or Team ST frame or bike for sale or knows a friend has one for sale please email me.

    John
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    I think this is an old ad, but probably worth an email.

    From:
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    "(611:6-23) Size Large DeKerf Team SL Racing Hardtail. A beautiful 853 Reynolds bike by Vancouver framebuilder Chris DeKerf. Features a mix of mostly XTR and RaceFace components (XT levers, XTR brakes and derailleurs), handbuilt wheels with WTB greaseguard hubs and Bontrager Valiant rims, DeKerf custom painted Judy HydroCoil. Excellent condition, minor paint chipping, typically on chainstay, otherwise as new! Available with RockShock or RaceFace seatpost. More than $2200 invested. Time ATAC pedals available at slight extra cost. Email questions, this is a unique, fast and beautiful hardtail racer. The same frame as raced by the DeKerf Team. Local shop will verify condition if asked. Used for recreational riding only, and lightly ridden (too many bikes). $1100 or trade for Shimano 9-speed compatible 700c Zipp 303, Zipp 404 or Hed Alps wheelset in fine condition. Bruce at 907-338-8280 (AK) or email bwoods@alaska.net"

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    There is also a guy in the UK with one for sale.

    http://www.singletrackworld.co.uk/fo...79202&t=279202

    "got a Dekerf Team SL 19" frame only ... email for pics if interested elwood_research@yahoo.co.uk"

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    Attention all dekerf lovers

    Looks like they finally got their website updated-

    looks great!

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    Ska, could you repost your pics? The links are broken.

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    Any chance you could repost the pics? The links are now broken.

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    Jeroen, can you repost your pics? The links are broken.

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    drfrankencopter, can you repost your pics? The links are broken.

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    I just put a 8" Rear on her,

    I thought I would give you all a update. I called Chris and asked if I
    may do so with out ripping off my rear end. He said "yes I may". I am
    225 pounds and stand at 6'4 for all of you asking "why would he need
    that?" I have two rides on her with it. The first was a 30 mile XC ride,the
    second was Steep Single Track with drops and kickers. I am still nervous
    about ripping off the rear end. It happend to me on a Surly "Instagater".
    I ripped the whole bottom chainstay right off. That was a 6" Hope C2
    Rear Brake. I had to wheelbarrel the bike up 4 miles to get out. I pulled
    the rear wheel and tucked in between the seatpost and the stem,then I
    strapped the handlbars straight,and held the dropouts. Now I know that
    Surly and DerKerf are two different worlds,but I am spooked. The power
    is wonderful,both of them together is just unreal. I am going to post some
    more shots. Oh,is that a TON of Hardware,or just me?

    MTK

    Craig,50%of the shots in this thread are red x's for me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK
    Craig,50%of the shots in this thread are red x's for me?
    I think the photo were hosted on the old MTBR photo server that isn't online any more.

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    Thanks Craig.

    My New LCD is broken on top of that. It goes on/off. Errrr.
    A new one is coming in 10 days.

    MTK{POed I cant see all the Pictures on this thread}

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    Opened 'er up a couple of hours ago. Don't know the year, but here's my DeKerf Generation. The pics are kind of dark, mostly due to using some new, energy efficient light bulbs in the dining room. I'll have to post some different pics this weekend in the daylight. Color is a very dark, emerald green. Very nice array of bits...I've never had King hubs...Oooh La La!
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    Congrats

    Quote Originally Posted by loonyOne
    Opened 'er up a couple of hours ago. Don't know the year, but here's my DeKerf Generation. The pics are kind of dark, mostly due to using some new, energy efficient light bulbs in the dining room. I'll have to post some different pics this weekend in the daylight. Color is a very dark, emerald green. Very nice array of bits...I've never had King hubs...Oooh La La!
    Congrats! That bike is a freakin' score!!! Beautiful. I envy....
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    We begin with a bar:




    Me and my '96 Generation with Brodie Gatorblade fork and XTR M900:




    Suspension '95 (frame-only at this point again):




    My '00 SL in its current incarnation; XTR 2x9, Vicious fork, Avid Arch Supreme's, green King rear hub and headset, Moonhead proto chainrings... :





    My '93/'94 Team or Mountain:




    The frame above is the frame in this picture:

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    A near relative!

    Quote Originally Posted by James Garbett
    Hi, I've just bought a 2nd hand Team SL frame.

    The serial number is DEK1009.

    Does anyone know the year of manufacture?
    Howdie! I have a near relative of yours. Namely the DEK1005! And according to Sean Fraser at DeKerf, this frame was made in November 1996. That propably means that yours is made late 1996 or early 1997. I bought mine a few months ago, and despite it's bad looks (someone tried to strip the paint of it) it seems like it's never been ridden. I'm going to braze a disc mount on it and get it repainted during the winter. Then add a short AC 80mm fork, to make it a fast singletrack flyer. Hmm... I do have a rather nice steel Klein fork in the shed as well... Well.. We'll see...

    Cheers!

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    Hello Erik and thanks.

    Sean Fraser was very helpful with my questions too.

    I'm currently considering a Rohloff conversion on my DeKerf.

    Cheers, James.

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    Team LTD?

    My 1998 Dekerf Catalogues say there was a limited production of TeamSL frames which were labelled "TeamLTD". These ones had "full fillet brazing,.... gold plating on dropouts and gusset" and had custom paint. Anyone have a picture of one of these bikes?

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    Neveride, Since I see that you have a new fork, time to post an updated photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigH
    Neveride, Since I see that you have a new fork, time to post an updated photo.
    Ask, and ye shall recieve.
    Here's two updates, with the Pace Carbon fork, which adds a whole new level of fun to the Dekerf. It drops the front end a bit, into its proper height (previously I had a 100mm fork, when this is really designed for a 60 or 80mm), and as a result is more responsive. And lighter by almost 2 pounds. She now weighs in at a hair under 23 pounds, and I call this my "mostly rigid" bike, due to the softail rear end.

    Since these pics, taken in Oct, I've gone back to a 1" rise bar (if even that, its probably closer to 1/2") and no bar ends.

    I'd also like to note that since '94 I've ridden a full suspension bike. Since I've picked up the DeKerf, I've ridden my FS bikes less and less, to the point where now I've only ridden the DeKerf for the last 6 months, and my Turner has been gathering dust.
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    Thanks for the update!

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    DeKerf!

    1997 DeKerf Team WCS and 1999 Prodigy...
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    Oops forgot to type something!

    Just got my Dekerf Implant on Tuesday and I love it!

    It has custom geometry and a lovely Urban Camooo paint job as you can see!

    It has to be the nicest hardtail I've ever ridden, I've built it up as a single speeder for now, to see what the crack is with them, at the moment I'm really enjoying the simplicity until I spin out far too soon for my liking, so we'll see how it goes.

    Big thanks to Chris!

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    Not much happening in here lately...

    ... So I thought I'd say hi!

    My Implant is going away for a couple of weeks for some mags to test as of tomorrow, so I'm not a happy bunny!

    Has anyone got a new Dekerf lately they'd like to share?

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    Hi

    I run my Dekerf Implant as a SS and as my sole bike at the moment, a few weeks ago it went back over to Canada for some mud clearance mods, and at the same time Chris repainted it in this 100% full custom colour scheme!





    I can't wait to get my bike back and get out there again, the weather is so beautiful right now!

    The colour is Viper Blue with Charcoal Metallic and Silver Flames...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just J
    Hi

    I run my Dekerf Implant as a SS and as my sole bike at the moment, a few weeks ago it went back over to Canada for some mud clearance mods, and at the same time Chris repainted it in this 100% full custom colour scheme!
    Wow... t*ts! That looks awesome.

    I'm a little embarrased to admit that I tried to sell my implant last week. But, no takers above my reserve price.. so I guess I'll keep it- and it needs paint sometime soon....It's seen a lot of fun.

    So, mud clearance mods? Can I ask exactly what that entailed- do you have greater clearance now? Mine seemed topped out at 2.3, I woudl love to be able to run larger tires!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FM
    Wow... t*ts! That looks awesome.

    I'm a little embarrased to admit that I tried to sell my implant last week. But, no takers above my reserve price.. so I guess I'll keep it- and it needs paint sometime soon....It's seen a lot of fun.

    So, mud clearance mods? Can I ask exactly what that entailed- do you have greater clearance now? Mine seemed topped out at 2.3, I woudl love to be able to run larger tires!
    Thanks, glad you like it!

    You definitely should keep the Implant, they are a frame for life!

    I live in England so we get a lot of mud, nothing drastic went on, but I saw the oportunity for Chris to do a little modification to my frame.

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    Happy J!

    Well here it is, it arrived this morning, so I got it built up right away!

    Hope you like?







    Thought you might like to see this too, Chris and I are going to be sending this beauty off to some magazines soon...


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    Thought you guys would be interested in this too.

    I've set up a Dekerf blog site, linked to the UK Dekerf site. The site was set up to show off customers/demo/show bikes. However, Chris has been taking some pictures so that I can put a pictorial together for a very special Dekerf custom Team SST build.

    Take a look at the whole build process here, it gives a great impression of the love that goes into each build:

    http://dekerfcyclesuk.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just J
    Thought you guys would be interested in this too.

    I've set up a Dekerf blog site, linked to the UK Dekerf site. The site was set up to show off customers/demo/show bikes. However, Chris has been taking some pictures so that I can put a pictorial together for a very special Dekerf custom Team SST build.

    Take a look at the whole build process here, it gives a great impression of the love that goes into each build:

    http://dekerfcyclesuk.blogspo.om/

    Thanks MUCH for the link to that build,that was effing amazing !!!! I have ridden a few of Mr Dekerf's frames over the years,but never owned one.When I graduate from Uni
    I will be buying several bikes,two being a steel hardtail and a full suss from DeKerf.I was completly blown away by seeing all those pics !! The raw Reynolds tubing was cool
    to see up close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarbaby4Ever
    Thanks MUCH for the link to that build,that was effing amazing !!!! I have ridden a few of Mr Dekerf's frames over the years,but never owned one.When I graduate from Uni
    I will be buying several bikes,two being a steel hardtail and a full suss from DeKerf.I was completly blown away by seeing all those pics !! The raw Reynolds tubing was cool
    to see up close.
    Glad you liked it, keep an eye on it in the next week to see the bike completed.

    Good luck at Uni, the prospect of owning a few Dekerf's is definitely something to look forward to after graduating!

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    Still here.

    I was working on the Super 8 and needed to share some
    thoughts. I run Saint's on the S8 and XT 4 Pots on the Implant.
    I bought some GoodRidge Lines for both bikes. The S8 is done
    and I was moving on to the DerKerf. The Dang Lines are to thick for
    my Guides! These aint gonna fit. You reckon one could grind out the
    stops? Or way to dangerous. I just like the clean look and do not want
    to run the guides. Thanks for your thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK
    I was working on the Super 8 and needed to share some
    thoughts. I run Saint's on the S8 and XT 4 Pots on the Implant.
    I bought some GoodRidge Lines for both bikes. The S8 is done
    and I was moving on to the DerKerf. The Dang Lines are to thick for
    my Guides! These aint gonna fit. You reckon one could grind out the
    stops? Or way to dangerous. I just like the clean look and do not want
    to run the guides. Thanks for your thoughts.

    MTK{back to the bike shed}
    If I were you I'd get in touch with Chris (or me if you're in the UK or Europe) and get some of the new zip tie guides, as there doesn't seem much material there to be able to grind them out much...

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    Are you talking

    about Chris having "new" zip tie guides? Or just new one's on the Market?
    After looking at it,theres now way,dumb question. Sorry. I was doing alot of
    work on the S8 and just did not put much thought to the matter. I'll go with
    some black Hockey Tape,carfully placed I guess. Nothing on the Market I
    like regarding cable guides. Last,I was thinking about a new set of wheels
    for her. Like the 07 XTR set that will have a 20mm Front hub. All my forks
    for her are 20mm. My wheels on there now have tobe the heaviest ever made.
    It would be nice to change a set and drop massive pounds for a XC Ride.
    I should go weigh them for you,I just got the new Ultimate Bike scale.


    The wheels: Arrow DHX Rims {DH Rims}
    Wheelsmith 14 Gauge spokes,Brass Nipples 3 cross.
    Phil Wood Front{20mm} and Rear Hub.
    Tires are Mishy and Intense: 2.2 and 2.35
    Tubes are Intense 2.35

    Anyway,the bike is Rock Solid. I yearn for nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK
    about Chris having "new" zip tie guides? Or just new one's on the Market?

    MTK in CA
    I really don't care for the line-guides on my implant- They make it difficult to get all the air out of hydro brake lines. Plus, I like being able to swap brakes between bikes in case a lever brakes in a crash, or I want to swap parts between frames. Can't really do any of that- or install your goodridge lines- with the old dekerf line guides...

    However I did help a friend build up a newer Dekerf and it had cool brake-line crades with slots for zip-ties. The perfect solution. Just another reason to get a re-paint someday I guess...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK
    about Chris having "new" zip tie guides? Or just new one's on the Market?
    After looking at it,theres now way,dumb question. Sorry. I was doing alot of
    work on the S8 and just did not put much thought to the matter. I'll go with
    some black Hockey Tape,carfully placed I guess. Nothing on the Market I
    like regarding cable guides. Last,I was thinking about a new set of wheels
    for her. Like the 07 XTR set that will have a 20mm Front hub. All my forks
    for her are 20mm. My wheels on there now have tobe the heaviest ever made.
    It would be nice to change a set and drop massive pounds for a XC Ride.
    I should go weigh them for you,I just got the new Ultimate Bike scale.


    The wheels: Arrow DHX Rims {DH Rims}
    Wheelsmith 14 Gauge spokes,Brass Nipples 3 cross.
    Phil Wood Front{20mm} and Rear Hub.
    Tires are Mishy and Intense: 2.2 and 2.35
    Tubes are Intense 2.35

    Anyway,the bike is Rock Solid. I yearn for nothing.

    MTK {well,the GoodRidge lines to fit would be nice.}












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    They are basically hose guides, which allow the routing of cables, then you simply secure them using zip ties.

    I'll try and get a picture for you later...

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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! New Zip Tie Hose Guides

    Here you go... It's a zip tie on an Elysium.

    Of course it would mean a respray, but it's worth lookng into...

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    As a temporary solution until you get the metal guides changed, you could use the Problem Solver stick on guides.


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    David's Team SST

    It's finished, take a look at the build process and some other cool Dekerf's here:

    http://dekerfcyclesuk.blogspot.com/

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    Dang,

    those shots are beautiful,what a treat for me and all DeKerf
    fans. I thank you for your effort,very nice indeed. Sorry to
    lag on my reply. Just J,I love the new stops you posted,that is exactly
    what I want. I dont think I have the patience to strip her,ship her,and
    then wait for a least 2 mounths? Plus shipping. The DeKerf is all I
    ride,95% is on her. 5% on the Super 8. I have a Little chain suck
    which has me PO'ed, and a small dent from the fork bumper in
    a bad crash. If I had just ran dual bumpers. Anyway,I love
    it to death and I am going with the Hockey Tape. Maybe I should post
    a shot of the dent and the chainsuck? I need to work on her no how.
    Craig,I will pass on those,I have ran them before and have not been
    happy with the result's. By the way, that "Blue Ghost Flames on Black Gloss"
    was insane. I'm out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK
    those shots are beautiful,what a treat for me and all DeKerf
    fans. I thank you for your effort,very nice indeed. Sorry to
    lag on my reply. Just J,I love the new stops you posted,that is exactly
    what I want. I dont think I have the patience to strip her,ship her,and
    then wait for a least 2 mounths? Plus shipping. The DeKerf is all I
    ride,95% is on her. 5% on the Super 8. I have a Little chain suck
    which has me PO'ed, and a small dent from the fork bumper in
    a bad crash. If I had just ran dual bumpers. Anyway,I love
    it to death and I am going with the Hockey Tape. Maybe I should post
    a shot of the dent and the chainsuck? I need to work on her no how.
    Craig,I will pass on those,I have ran them before and have not been
    happy with the result's. By the way, that "Blue Ghost Flames on Black Gloss"
    was insane. I'm out.

    MTK{when I just got her}
    No problem, I hope you guys enjoy the blogger, keep an eye out for more stuff soon!

    For the guide work plus resprsy you'd be looking at more like a month too, but I know how you feel the Implant is such a great ride!

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    This is my new-to-me Dekerf. I still have some parts to get, and some to swap.

    Only been out for a couple rides so far, but I am very happy with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baulz
    This is my new-to-me Dekerf. I still have some parts to get, and some to swap.

    Only been out for a couple rides so far, but I am very happy with it.

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    That's really nice, how are you finding the 1x9 setup?

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