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    Post your Jekyll mk 2's

    Hopefully I will be getting my Carbon Jekyll frame-set soon, and I'm looking for some inspiration for what to use to build it up. I noticed that their is no thread with everyones 2011 mk 2 Jekyll's, so i though i would start one.

    So lets see those Jekyll's !!

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    Here's some old pics of my Jekyll Carbon



    At the top of one of the many climbs.





    Natural berm wall we messed around on while cooling down from a climb.





    Natural speed jump on the way back down.





    railing a nice corner



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    Love the action pics..

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    How is it going thru fast rock gardens?

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    Here's my jekyll that I picked up at the weekend. First ride is tomorrow!
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    Pingu, let us know how your first ride went..

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    Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!
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    Great pics. Love the night one with the light

    The Green finish is really starting to grow on me (which is just as well as i have been told that's the finish i'm getting for the warranty replacement), how does it look in the flesh compared to pictures?

    What size is yours?
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    Thanks - yes it looks way better in person - it's a small

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    Awesome bikes, love the look of them!

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    Their has to be more Jekyll owners on here then this? Come on, post them up guys!!!

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    Got my frame, just waiting for all the new parts to arrive to get it built up, the wait has been long and painful, but hopefully worth it
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    What goodies / build kit are you going to be putting on it Chicko?
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    Hey Pingu, so far im going for XX transmission, Formula R1 brakes, Talas Forks and Tune hubs with ZTR rims.
    Still not ordered the wheels yet, as i have not decided how 'tough' i will go with them rims..

    I will post pics and a full spec list when im done

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    Quote Originally Posted by chick0 View Post
    Hey Pingu, so far im going for XX transmission, Formula R1 brakes, Talas Forks and Tune hubs with ZTR rims.
    Still not ordered the wheels yet, as i have not decided how 'tough' i will go with them rims..

    I will post pics and a full spec list when im done
    That sounds like it's going to be awesome!!!
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    I hope so how are you getting on with your rig? have you got it all dialled in now? How are you finding it overall now?

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    Use LEFTY only !!

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    My second cannondale , old but pretty :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by chick0 View Post
    I hope so how are you getting on with your rig? have you got it all dialled in now? How are you finding it overall now?
    Chicko,

    The bike has been having a rest since 6 days of non stop abuse in Moab. The bike is awesome, totally love it.

    The only problem I had was the bolt holding the shock on kept loosening and the annoyed clicking noise would come back. Nothing else apart from that!

    The biking season is ending here in Calgary so time to tuck up the bike soon and get the snowboard out!

    I took plenty of footage of my trip to moab so will try and get a little video together for viewing.
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    Glad to hear your loving it, im desperate to get mine built up..

    I did wonder about the single sided bolt shock mounting design. I had hassle with the mounting shock bolts on my Rize, although i solved all the issues by replacing the stock bolts with ones designed for a Orangle Pro 5.

    What have you done to solve the bolt issue ?

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    Stuff some loctite on the thread..... seems to work for quite a while.

    Here's a video I have just made of the Jekyll in action in Moab. Trail is Amasa Back......


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    Cool, i will go to town with loctite when i build my Jekyll

    Cool video, looks so clear, what cam are you using? Those Moab trails could not be further from the mud bath in Scotland right now ...

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    Lol, i don't miss the weather in Scotland at all!! The film was most recorded with GoPro hd's (3 actually) and the rest was with point and shoot camera's. looks like the MTb season is finiahed here now and as the snow is falling fast! Time for the snowboard!!
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    Here´s some pics of my Jekyll 3 Alloy
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    Looks great NRain. How are you liking it? How do you feel it perform against the other bikes in your riding group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRain View Post
    Here´s some pics of my Jekyll 3 Alloy
    sick colour is that a stock option or a custom paint job?

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    Some pics of my bike

    Picked up my bike at the end of January so getting close to a year on the green machine.

    One picture of me on a snowy ride on the jekyll and then an early season ride in the desert.
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    2012 Jekyll 3

    Took out my new jekyll to the freeride section at Curt Gowdy here in Wyoming. Tore up the downhills and pedaled up to the top better than my hardtail.
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    A pic of last saturday
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    Whats the frame weight on these new Jek's? (inc shock)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaveOn View Post
    Whats the frame weight on these new Jek's? (inc shock)
    Here's the weight of my Large size Carbon frame and shock.
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    Impressive! That frame (no shock) is about 50g lighter than a medium Rush Carbon frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaveOn View Post
    Impressive! That frame (no shock) is about 50g lighter than a medium Rush Carbon frame.
    Your right, its a very impressive weight, especially when you take into account the incredible stiffness of the carbon Jekyll frame.

    Its also lighter then my old Rize Carbon frame without the shocks;

    Jekyll Carbon, Large = 2262g

    Rize Carbon, Large = 2330g

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    Not that any of this matter but after pulling up my actual notes, I have a correction to post #32.

    Rush Carbon, Medium = 2220 (no headset bearings) (or 2532g with RP2)

    Regardless, I didn't expect this AM 150mm frame to weigh so little. I'd be all over this if we had terrain that requires 150mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaveOn View Post
    Not that any of this matter but after pulling up my actual notes, I have a correction to post #32.

    Rush Carbon, Medium = 2220 (no headset bearings) (or 2532g with RP2)

    Regardless, I didn't expect this AM 150mm frame to weigh so little. I'd be all over this if we had terrain that requires 150mm.
    It would be interesting to know the weight of a Large Rush Carbon frame without a shock fitted..

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    Quote Originally Posted by chick0 View Post
    It would be interesting to know the weight of a Large Rush Carbon frame without a shock fitted..
    Since they use the same rear swing arm, there shouldn't be much difference. The front triangle is 1048g (on med) so I would say no more than +50g diff.

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    Let's see more Jekyll's..

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    Post your Jekyll mk 2's-imageuploadedbytapatalk1336355775.214431.jpg
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    Do you guys think my cables seem a tad too long?
    Seems like it to me. They rub a lot on the fork crown.

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    I got mine and went a little nuts but I love it !!!
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    Mine!

    Lovin it! Still debating a 36... will prob end up there eventually...
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    Finally built up!
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    any moss green and white pictures..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RE50 View Post
    any moss green and white pictures..
    Just this one. I never think to take pictures of my bike when I'm riding. This one was actually taken during the test ride. Hence the reflectors.

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    650b jekyll, is it possible? does it fit? anyone tried? very curious, posted on a thread where someone did it on their front wheel but never got back if they tried on the rear, would like to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by atonyc68 View Post
    650b jekyll, is it possible? does it fit? anyone tried? very curious, posted on a thread where someone did it on their front wheel but never got back if they tried on the rear, would like to know
    I read that the revelation forks won't take it but possibly the fox will. As for the back it looks like it would be really close.


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    I just finished my build about 1am last night. I have had the bike for about a month. Its a replacement for my enduro. Its a 2012 Jekyll carbon 2. I changed the bar and stem to Easton havocs, The fork is an rc2dh lyrik, and the wheels are stans flows with xt hubs running conti 2.4 trail kings.

    It turned out great I think. Stuck it in the scale, right around 32 lbs. Not bad for a durable, capable all around bike.
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    edit- self portrait riding shot-

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    can somebody tell me what the stock stem length on a XL Jekyll 2 is? Thanks!

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    My new Jekyll alloy 3 that I picked up yesterday its actually a 2011 version but the RZ120 1 that I had on order apparently got lost in transit?? so this is its alternative.

    For the moment I have put my XTR trail brakes on and XTR race pedals will be out on it tomorrow for a few hours so will see how it goes.




    Can any one tell me if they have converted there thru axles to QR? when I had my RZ on order I also ordered some new wheels from CRC, 2012 Mavic XC717 on Hope pro2 red hubs but obviously now having the Jekyll CRC will not change them has they are a custom build?

    Hope you like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukuberv700 View Post
    My new Jekyll alloy 3 that I picked up yesterday its actually a 2011 version but the RZ120 1 that I had on order apparently got lost in transit?? so this is its alternative.

    For the moment I have put my XTR trail brakes on and XTR race pedals will be out on it tomorrow for a few hours so will see how it goes.



    Can any one tell me if they have converted there thru axles to QR? when I had my RZ on order I also ordered some new wheels from CRC, 2012 Mavic XC717 on Hope pro2 red hubs but obviously now having the Jekyll CRC will not change them has they are a custom build?

    Hope you like it

    i've got the same model jekyll but upgraded everything except the frame and forks, must post some pics.
    i have red hope pro2 hubs on stans arch ex rims, hope sell addaptor kits that change the size of axel you can use, the hub body is the same on all the hubs, you just change the end caps, you just pull off the qr end caps and press on the 15mm and 12mm addaptors, you have to take the cassette off the back hub to get that sides addaptor off, hope that helps

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    Cheers SteJekyll I ended up with the same advice from Hope when I called them has I bought the wrong kit from CRC ended up getting the proper kit from a place called Kustombikes on eBay.

    I now have most of the 2012 XTR components including brakes, shifters front and back mechs and pedals. The new wheels are fantastic and think I may go tubeless at some stage.



    Then I made this to keep the mud away from the front mech,

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    Looking great!!

    What did you make the mech guard out off, how is it attached ?

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    Cheers Chick0 the guard is made out of an old crudcatcher and cable tied to the swingarm.

    It took a good 20 minutes to get the shape holding it over the cooker gas ring to heat up and bent to shape, then trimming off once its in place on the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukuberv700 View Post
    Cheers Chick0 the guard is made out of an old crudcatcher and cable tied to the swingarm.

    It took a good 20 minutes to get the shape holding it over the cooker gas ring to heat up and bent to shape, then trimming off once its in place on the bike.
    Thanks for the info. I could do with something like this, as im getting fed up of trying to keep the FD clean....

    I also would like to get some kind of sleeve for over the Dyad. Why did they have to make it such a disjointed shape, its impossible to keep clean!

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    Yeh I know what you mean mate, its just too big to place some thing round it

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    I'm 5'11", 32" inseam (from crotch to ground): large or medium for trail rides? thanks!

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    2012 Jekyll 2 XL. First ride yesterday. Better than i hoped!

    @ Mangarush - i am 6'2" with 32" inseam and this is my first XL bike. I swapped the stem to a 70mm and it fits perfect. I think the Jekyll fits like a smaller bike. If you normally run a M I would go with a L.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mangarush View Post
    I'm 5'11", 32" inseam (from crotch to ground): large or medium for trail rides? thanks!

    i'm 5'8" and i ride a small, depends on your background i suppose, i've come from being a bmx rider with a local shop sponsorship when i was younger so like a small chuckable frame i guess a bigger frame is more stable at speed though, from the spec sheets the large has a fair bit less nut sack clearance so if you do happen to "miss both your legs" the toptube is more likely to get you where it hurts most

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    I'm 5'11 and the L is fine...no clearence problems...I have a 31 inch inseam.. I also put a 50mm diety stem on it.

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    Here's my Jekyll; yes i know Jekyll with a lefty, but after my rush was destroyed in a car accident, I decided just to keep the lefty, as it wasn't damaged and swap it over to the jekyll replacement frame.

    Was hoping cannondale was gonna put out a longer travel lefty for 2013, well maybe a 150-160mm supermax in the future?

    Wait'n for a KS Lev to arrive, heard really good things about it, whew..... lucky i didn't get the kronolog almost pulled the trigger on tht one
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukuberv700 View Post
    Cheers Chick0 the guard is made out of an old crudcatcher and cable tied to the swingarm.

    It took a good 20 minutes to get the shape holding it over the cooker gas ring to heat up and bent to shape, then trimming off once its in place on the bike.
    Curious if they actually make something like this? would love to get one!

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    Hi, this is my Jekyll 2, i finish it just a a week a go. Still wondering what dropper post should i use and what tire to put on, thinking on Hans Dampf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukuberv700 View Post
    Cheers SteJekyll I ended up with the same advice from Hope when I called them has I bought the wrong kit from CRC ended up getting the proper kit from a place called Kustombikes on eBay.

    I now have most of the 2012 XTR components including brakes, shifters front and back mechs and pedals. The new wheels are fantastic and think I may go tubeless at some stage.



    Then I made this to keep the mud away from the front mech,
    Looking good mate!
    and no, I am not missing the other half of my fork....

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    '12 Jekyll Alloy

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    Done some more updates below
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    here is my 2013 jekyll 3 M
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    Additions below:

    Ive now gone 1x10 with the E13 LG1+ and Renthal chainring
    Renthal Fatbar 780mm bars
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    Saint M820 RD, replacing XTR medium cage
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    Changed the internals on the forks to FiT RLC with Float conversion
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    Shimano Saint MX80 flat pedals
    Also gone tubeless with Stans no flats on my original DT swiss wheels and Nobby Nics





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    Where did you got the downtube guard ? It looks awesome.

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    Hey C-Dalers,
    very nice Jekyll's and Jekyll Action!!!

    My 2013 secondhand Jekyll 2 Carbon.




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    ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogdan_mb View Post
    Where did you got the downtube guard ? It looks awesome.
    RockGuardZ for Cannondale

    ride.

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    Awesome! I was in Moab not too long ago, and the trails there are amazing! I have the exact same, or seemingly exact same bike and setup as yours! I upgraded the brakes, and I am looking to beef up the fork to a 160mm Rock Shox Lyric 35mm stanchions. The only downfall is that the lyric has a 20mm thru axle, and my Jekyll has 15mm thru axles. Any solutions/ideas for a cheap way to solve the problem for the front. I am not necessarily concerned about changing anything for the rear wheel. Thanks!

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    Is that a custom paint? Never seen one like that

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    Post your Jekyll mk 2's

    That's a std. paint scheme for 2011 I think. My buddy has it also.


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