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    That is a very nice looking pivot.

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    Th bike I've been racing all this year. Electronic shifting and a couple of dirty tricks more.

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    Does anybody using Orange Alpine or Patriot for Enduro racing

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    This bike looks cool! Can you post a spec list?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip Chop! View Post
    This bike looks cool! Can you post a spec list?
    Here it goes:

    Nox FR 6.5 frame.
    Shock:Manitou Evolver ISX6
    Fork: Lyric RC2
    F Hub: Hope Evo2 20mm
    RHub: BCB Rolling Stones Prototype
    Spokes: DT Competition, alu nipples 14mm brake side, 12mm non brake side
    Rims: No Tubes ZTR Crest 32H Later in the season rear was changed to ZTR Flow after collapsing the Crest.
    Tires: Schwalbe Fat Albert 2.4 Evo SS/Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35 Evo SS/Maxis Minion DHF 2.35 ST 1Ply/Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 ST 2Ply (depending on the race/track/course)
    Brakes: Hygia Elite with Hygia Aspire (24mm piston) front caliper.
    Rotors: BCB Vinyl, 180mm F/160mm R
    Crankset: Lightning, later BCB Prototype.
    Chainrings: Blackspire 22-38/24-38 depending on the race.
    Pedals: Xpedo Face Off XMX18AC/Exustar PM215Ti. Platforms used mainly for training, clipless for racing
    Chain: KCNC Gold 10S
    Chain Retention Device: BCB Prototype
    Cassette: Shimano XT 10s 11-34, later XTR 11-34
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2/BCB cage
    Front Derailleur: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
    Shifters: BCB Rollža Prototype
    Seatpost: ICE Lift
    Saddle: Tioga Spider
    Stem: Syntace Superforce
    Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon 740
    Headst: Acros

    Full story here:

    Electronic Shifting: A year of Enduro racing.
    Last edited by Vindiu; 11-12-2012 at 03:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vindiu View Post
    Here it goes:

    Rims: No Tubes ZTR Crest 32H Later in the season rear was changed to ZTR Flow after collapsing the Crest.
    After scrolling through the pics I was going to make a comment about how the crest rims must be much stronger than I thought they were... Looks like I won't be making that comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noosa2 View Post
    After scrolling through the pics I was going to make a comment about how the crest rims must be much stronger than I thought they were... Looks like I won't be making that comment.
    Haha, I just weight in at 67 kg, bit less than 150 lbs, but even so I was too optimistic about them. It is fair to mention, though, that the front one made the whole season. It's quite funny to see a Minion DHF 2ply mounted on it.

    One of the pics there shows a rear Crest sticker... just the sticker to colormatch the rest of the bike, as the guys that make these stickers do them only for XC models (lycra junkies ). But it's peeling as you see, not even the sticker works for the rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by vindiu View Post
    but it's peeling as you see, not even the sticker works for the rear
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    This is my Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon. Weighs about 27lbs as-is. This will be my first year racing enduro, but I race a lot of crits for the road and I've done a few XC races so I'm psyched.
    This is such a pretty Pivot. Which handlebars are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmorsi View Post
    This is such a pretty Pivot. Which handlebars are those?
    Those are the Ritchey WCS Trail Carbon Bars. 710 wide and really damn light (claimed 193 grams I think). They have a +5mm rise and 9 degree backsweep, and I really enjoy them.

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    2011 Kona Coilair

    Weighed in at 29lbs
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    The Nomad's not bad for Enduro . . .

    but I have to get out and race more this coming season
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    Awesome pics!

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    Awesome pics!

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    Now with 1x10. XX1 on order


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    1x11??

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    Yeti SB-66

    Heavy build of 33.5lbs for my heavy tail for Enduro racing. Placed 1st at Oregon Enduro Finals in Cat II last season. Soon to be on a Banshee Rune V2 for the upcoming year!
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    Ride On!

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    I ran a few of the Oregon Enduro races with this bike in 2012. I'm really looking forward to 2013!
    Covered in mud after a few runs down two turn tables and the rest of Sandy Ridge


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    Quote Originally Posted by mantra View Post
    1x11??
    Yes, going 1x11 Currently 1x10

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    Quote Originally Posted by finch6013 View Post
    I ran a few of the Oregon Enduro races with this bike in 2012. I'm really looking forward to 2013!
    Covered in mud after a few runs down two turn tables and the rest of Sandy Ridge

    Dirty rig looks sexy for some reason..haha...great machine.
    Can u tell us more about the front mudguard / fender u have there.

    Good luck on your next race.

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    The fender is a mucky Nuts Bender fender copy I mad myself out of some plastic that is similar to the thickness other manufacturers use. Works great at keeping muck out of your face as you can tell by the lack of mud on the bars/controls. I have enough material left for about 10 more fenders. I just got myself a new set of flow ex on hopes for my christmas present. I'll post up a clean pic with the new wheels one of these days soon.

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    Last bike was more my super d bike here is the enduro bike for the season. Lyrik 170 soon to be on the front. Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...-imageuploadedbytapatalk1356207045.745091.jpg
    GT sanction, XT build, crossmax wheels, Hans dampf tires, 780 atlas bars, saint brakes. Reverb is waiting for a bleed before it goes on.


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    Dusting off my Santa Cruz BLT, circa 2006 to try some enduro this year. I upgraded the brakes and wheels last year. Might pck up an xt shadow plus rd and shifter and go 1x10 this year. Is a dropper seat post really needed?
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