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    My New SS Denver Assault Bike

    I finally finished my DMR that has been in pieces for months. I need to put on a suspension fork cause I'm too old for this stuff. It has one peg so after I through a Space on it I'll be sporting the Napoleon Dynamite Sledge Hammer..."You have shocks and pegs! Lucky!"

    22/12 drivetrain...



    The bike...




    Screwing around...




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    80's flatland is the new white, which is the old black.


    That's a fun looking bike, I'm thinking seriously about building up a new hardtail.
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    I totally forgot the specs...

    Frame: DMR Transition 26"
    Fork: Trek Bruiser 4.5# pig
    R Wheel: Eastern 48h singlespeed cassette
    Bars, Stem, and Saddle: Deity
    Cranks: Truvative something or others. Thanks SRAM...free is key!
    Everything else I pretty much pulled out of the used parts bin.

    LOL, nice photo Lagarto!

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    please don't kick scuda

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    ...abuse these forks.
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    Thats almost as cool as the classic V10 with monster t's and street slicks I saw rolling around denver a few weeks ago. Looks like fun
    Dont pinkbike my mtbr

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    Agency, how do you like the Deity dh/fr saddle? I have the jump seat...it's super functional but when I raise my seat for rolling around town the rubber nose catches shorts on every manual. I may switch to the FR....some close up pics and a review if you got time would be cool.

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    Wicked cool bike! How do you like it? I've noticed it has alot tighter geometry than my DMR Sidekick...and horizontal dropouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *B*
    Agency, how do you like the Deity dh/fr saddle? I have the jump seat...it's super functional but when I raise my seat for rolling around town the rubber nose catches shorts on every manual. I may switch to the FR....some close up pics and a review if you got time would be cool.
    Kyle runs the DJ saddle. As far as a review I never sit down on it. They are super light for a FR/DH saddle but I don't get caught on it. That might be the frame that outs it out of my way though.

    I'll go throw one on the front counter and snap some shots. My camera is pretty low quality but I'll set it next to a jump saddle of some sort so you can get an idea of size. Ok here we go...I put it next to a Atomlab Trailking Saddle and a Gusset jump that is more the shape/size of a Deity jump saddle.





    Here are closeup photos from the Deity site.




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    madnessmoose -
    Thanks...I love it. We are loading ourselves with DMR's here in CO as of late. I have ridden them all except the Sidekick. That's DMR's 4x bike. The transition feels a lot more maneuverable than the Rhythm (DJ). Tight and easy to flick.

    Where do you wrench in SLC?

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    Nice...thank you sir!

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