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    Anyone ride a Morewood Ndiza?

    I just picked up this frame to start a dj/urban setup....don't see many (any really) people riding Morewoods....and just seeing if there's anyone out there on one.
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    Watsup Man. Give us a call at Morewood USA (828) 687 0788 if you need to know anything about the bike. We'll be glad to help out with any questions.

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    awesome...

    i'm really liking the looks so far...just dying to start collecting parts!

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    Awesome man! I don;t own a Morewood, but 2 guys at the shop I work at ride Morewoods. One is sponsered by them and rides an Izumu DH, Ndiza ST, and has an Ndiza HT on the way. The other guy rides a Ndiza ST. They are some sweet bikes, I must say

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    does he post here? or is there anywhere i can go to talk to other Morewood owners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhd
    does he post here? or is there anywhere i can go to talk to other Morewood owners?
    No, he doesn't. I think there are a couple Morewood owners over at RideMonkey.com

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    They are great bikes and a great group to work with. Rode a Izumu and a Nadiza this past season. Their frames are solid and light. Some of the best customer service you can find. Richard is the owner of Morewood USA and took great care of me all year. I would recommend their frames to anyone.

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    Get out and ride a 650B!

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    i'm allready considering getting a shova for my next bike...haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by FCLINDER
    They are great bikes and a great group to work with. Rode a Izumu and a Nadiza this past season. Their frames are solid and light. Some of the best customer service you can find. Richard is the owner of Morewood USA and took great care of me all year. I would recommend their frames to anyone.

    Cecil
    I'll deff. second that light factor. My buddies Izumu DH (El caminos, X.0, FoX 40, DHX 5.0, Holzfellers) is a nice 38.9 lbs

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    rhd.-I would definitely recommned a shova lt or st. I have a 06-Shova LT and it is awesome Like fclinder said, Richard is great help! as well as the Andre and Gerritt. They are very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhd
    I just picked up this frame to start a dj/urban setup....don't see many (any really) people riding Morewoods....and just seeing if there's anyone out there on one.

    i've got one kickin around:






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    nice bike man!
    Quote Originally Posted by milhouse
    I dont think the frame, shock, fork, rims, drive train, handlebars, tires and stem would hold up very well but that kickstand looks pretty burley.

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    Wow, very nice! Is that a white 36 Talas i see? If so, how did you get one of them? Mind giving a spec list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattP.
    Wow, very nice! Is that a white 36 Talas i see? If so, how did you get one of them? Mind giving a spec list?

    mmMMmmm yummy:


    specs..

    2006 Regular Ndiza frame with 4-Way Swinger
    Unobtanium White 36 Talas RC2 (no, you can't have one )
    165mm Raceface NorthShore cranks
    E13 LG1 guide
    King pink hubs and headset
    Thomson Seatpost
    changed to SIC LL stem since pix
    FSA Carbon DH bars
    Juicy 7 brakes
    Saint pod shifter
    black 105 derailleur
    custom beefy CNC'd derailleur hanger (thanks Morewood Race Team )
    SDG fur saddle
    Specialized Adrenaline tires

    the bike's super light and absolutely FLIES.


    it's a nice compliment to my '06 Izimu glow-in-the-dark race bike


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    you've got to be shitting me...............it GLOWS IN THE DARK!@?!?!??!?!
    Quote Originally Posted by milhouse
    I dont think the frame, shock, fork, rims, drive train, handlebars, tires and stem would hold up very well but that kickstand looks pretty burley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Nony Moose
    Unobtanium White 36 Talas RC2 (no, you can't have one )
    I must know! Custom done? Production fork? I beg of you!


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    All about the Morewoods

    I must say, they are amazing bikes. Morewood Sponsors the Cal Poly Wheelmen out here in California.They are soooo good to us!

    So far we have two Shova LTs, one Shova ST, and a Izimu and there are many more people that will be getting them soon.

    I personally ride the Izimu and the Shova St and love both of them. Morewood is doing great with a bike for every kind of riding. I took the the Shova on a 35 mile xc/dh ride yesterday. I was lovin every second of it, even the climbs! Oh, and if you want to pedal the Izimu to the top of the dh decsent, go for it, cause it climbs too!

    Can't say enough good things about them! That is why I will be getting the Nidiza soon!

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    i can't decide which i'd rather have.......a shova or an izimu next... i live like an hour from asheville, so i can just ride on up to the dealer when the time comes, so that's nice to know
    Quote Originally Posted by milhouse
    I dont think the frame, shock, fork, rims, drive train, handlebars, tires and stem would hold up very well but that kickstand looks pretty burley.

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