Are you using Slime filled tubes with wire bead tires? That is a great build, but I can't understand where all the weight came from.
Originally Posted by gsxr1000dave
The tires are a specialized clutch and purgatory with tubes. whats killing it i think are the wheelset, command post and wellco pedals. The post and seat are probably about 500 to 700 grams and the wheelset I bet is well over 2200 to 2400 grams and wellco pedals are 500 grams. I am going to get a set of easton havens, I think and there only 1600 grams which 1.5 to 2 lbs lighter. I would hate to see how heavy it would have been with the coil stuff on it(37 ish!!!)
Originally Posted by Salespunk
Except when I'm driving
I was enjoying looking at all your bike porn so I thought I'd contribute.
I think this will treat me good for the Crested Butte BME,
I feel like I ride enduro type terrain quite a bit and this bike has been kick ass!
Intense Carbine Frame
White Bros Loop front Fork
X9 drive train set up
Chromag bars and stem
Maxxis Ardent 2.4 on the front
Maxxis High Roller 2.3 on the rear
***A dog to motivate me to get out in the winter***
I'm bored and at work or else I would be riding
It's probably going to be a bit much for the Enduro's out here but it's what I got so it's going to be run!
On the plus side, it's not exactly heavy...
try and catch me
Longing for Spring
My Enduro Rig
2013 Tallboy LTc with a full XT Grupo. It's got the extra Kashima coating on the rear shock as well. DT Swiss 350 hubs laced to WTB Frequency tubeless rims. E13 bashguard/roller combo and a KS Supernatural 125mm dropper. This guy is right at 27 lbs.
Nice! Good to see The One in the mix. I should pull my finger and post mine up.
Originally Posted by monty797
Whats the weight? Can't make it out in the pic.
Edit - I can now see the scale reading, (now that I widened the screen) that's light for THE ONE!
Enduro Rig V 2.0...3.0 will include a different (lighter) front wheel, rear tire, and BBG.
Knolly Endorphin...custom green
Marzocchi 55CR lowered to 150mm
1x9 @ 34 x 11/34
Hope chain guide
Another Knolly for the mix:
Hoping to race a couple of the BME this season. Especially since the first one is in my home state!
"Mi amor Nuevo Miércoles!"
Wow a 23lb 160mm bike with a dropper post!! Do you have a picture of that on a scale?
Its a 29`er 140. Havn`t got a pic, but can take one next time i`m round the shop. We weighed the frame and shock to 2220g, Reynolds carbon wheels laced on Tune hubs 1420g, XX group set with RF next crankset, all ti bolts and formal carbon brakes. It weighed 10.1kg out of the box with tune seatpost and innertubes. I don`t think there is another factory made 140 29`er on the market with this weight at the mo. Hell, it weighs less than my XC bike
Originally Posted by bigcrs
Thanks dude! It's now my one and only bike, it's replaced pretty much all of my other rides. It does XC and everything else there is!
Have you spent time on the bike? If so, can you give us some details, and compare it to other bikes you have ridden? Thanks. I am considering getting this bike or the Stereo 160.
Originally Posted by fux
This is my second Stereo 29. I havn`t had any time on the SLT because of snow but had quite a few rides on a stereo race. It`s sort of weird, rides like an XC bike up stuff and doesn`t wallow like other long travel bikes iv`e ridden and really kills it on the downs.
It pretty much goes against what an enduro /am bike should be feel like. Its really pedal efficient, so much so that i`ll actually be doing some marathon racing on it too.
One from Europe
Posted this in the all mountain thread until I saw this one which is far more relevant.
This is my brand new Enduro rig based around a Labyrinth Agile Frame and BOS suspension
Sold my Turner 5 Spot and just built up my new Chilcotin. Weighs about the same as the 5 Spot but will handle the rough even better. Ideally I would go even lighter and quicker for a pure Enduro rig but I'm going one bike for now and I need to cover a lot of ground. The Chili seems to be the answer.
2013 Race Rig
Built this up at the end of last year, looking forward to racing enduro around UT/CO this summer
Last edited by Tinsley1; 03-29-2013 at 04:42 AM.
Hey everyone, Im really getting into this Enduro stuff and just received my first sponsorship (one industries). With my sponsorship I get a deal on dimaondback and I was looking at the mission pro, from what i have heard its great and I wanted to know your guys opinion.
ride all day
Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...
My friend has a mission. It is a very fun bike to ride downhill, however the frame is heavy for a 6 inch bike and it bobs quite a bit when pedaling. But if you have a deal, go for it, you'll get used to the bob of the knuckle box, try to make a light build out of it and it'll be a good fun bike.
Originally Posted by tomeeskeburbs
Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...
This will be my rig... (It's my main do it all bike)... Recently updated with new fork, wheelset, chainguide... Next is to work on the engine
Frame: 2011 Yeti 575 small
Fork: 2013 Fox Float 36 160 RC2
Shock: 2011 Fox Float RP23 (will soon be 2013 Float CTD)
Headset: Cane Creek 40 series
Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb 30.9 355/100
Handlebars: Easton Haven carbon 711mm
Stem: Truvativ AKA 70mm
Grips: ODI Yeti lock-on
Saddle: Fizik Gobi XM
Crankset: SLX 170mm
Cassette: SRAM PG-980 11-34
Chainrings: Shimano XT 22T / Raceface 36T
Chain: KMC X10 SL
Chainguide: MRP 2X
Pedals: Shimano M540
Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX M675E
Rear Derailleur: SRAM X0 med cage, 9 speed
Shifters: SRAM X9
Brakes: Avid Elixir CR
Rotors: Avid Cleansweep X 185 front / 160 rear
Wheelset: Easton Haven aluminum 20mm front axle / 12x142 rear axle
Tires: Maxxis High Roller 26x2.35 UST
Last edited by LCW; 04-11-2013 at 06:41 AM.
[QUOTE=nissmo127;10092355]My new 27.5" Enduro rig I was going to sell it(due to injury over the winter) But I may just keep it now that I am healing up...It really needs a black fork and my Formula brakes put back on it!
what bike is that?
Yeti SB-66 by Dan.Sharpe, on Flickr