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    Idea! Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...

    Got Super D?

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    Here is my original build. It has been updated lately, but no good pictures yet.


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    2010 Turner 5.Spot
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    Formual RX brakes
    WTB Weir Wolf 2.55 LT Front and Rear
    Candy 2s
    Just under 32 lbs (a little portly for Enduro but unflappable in the rough)
    Running a triple in this pic but am in the process of switching over to a double or single ring set up with guide.

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    Hey Moderator man, how about making the other thread that was started and has a few more posts a sticky and combine the two?

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    My 2010 Norco LT 6.3 which I just got. Replaced my Fluid because I wanted something that could tackle a little bit more. So far I haven't done much to it except put my Havoc Am wheels on, a Funn Fatboy bar and some Ruffians. next will be a stem, peddles and post and I will call it done until parts start to die

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    2012 NomadC with a boxxer.
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    08' Cannondale Prophet, it's been good to me since new. Rides great now, but future plans are to reduce rear shock travel so I can adjust the geo to drop the BB and slack out the HT angle. I'm always the limiting factor whether it be the climb or descent.
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    '12 Nickel B

    Size XL. Built for my first season of racing next year. Currently 30.x lbs. ~5" front and rear travel.

    XFusion Velvet, Fox Float RL, Reverb post, Nyx saddle, 650b Flows, Pacenti NeoMotos (or Nevegals), XX crankset, X0 ders&brakes&triggers, MRP 2X, Forte Convert pedals, Gravity Light 777mm bars, Skyway lock-ons. Been training on it for two weeks, really digging it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure View Post
    2012 NomadC with a boxxer.
    Badass!

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    here is my rig!


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    Those are some nice enduro rigs!

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    Here is me and my bike right after the race. Love the bike, hate the fork.

    Finished First place in Cat 2 with 4th fastest overall time of all Cat 1, Cat 2, and Pro riders.

    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    Stoked that Enduro races are starting to pop up here in the Philippines. Here's my rig:

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    My '09 Remedy 7...



    ...put to good use on the first Enduro races here in Portugal:

    Gajas what?

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    I have been racing Tracers for the last 12months but moved onto a Carbine last weekend. Did well in it's first Gravity Enduro with a podium in A grade.




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    Brand Spankin New 5 inches of lovely travel Giant Trance X 29er 1
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    Here is mine.
    Cannondale Rize
    Full xt build except formula k24 brakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndecentExposure View Post
    2012 NomadC with a boxxer.
    very intesting spec, howd it ride?

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    Very cool thread. I wish south jersey had some mountains to do this on/I need to work out more.....

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    I could reduce some weight in the rims and tires, and seat....but I ride it well

    Upgraded to the Mojo... It's faster
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    07' Slayer SXC 70

    Here is an older pic of my Slayer...I will update with a new pic when I get back from Afghanistan.
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    There have been a few changes, but this is my whip. I purchased this for the primary purpose of Super D racing, which has now morphed into Enduro. Sick bike. Moving over to a Carbine 27.5 asap though & I can't wait! She weighs in at 28lbs with the following;

    Tracer VP
    Rockshox Revelation
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    Truvativ Noir cranks
    XTR 9sp shifting
    Hayes brakes
    Thomson Elite post
    RS Reverb (alternate)
    Sella Italia SLR
    Crank Bros Egg beater triple Ti
    Crank Bros Ti Acid (alt)
    Conti Mtn King 2.4s
    King HS
    Monkeylite bar
    Ergon grips
    Rubber Chicken Mojo

    A straight-up build over to a Carbine gets me down to 26 lbs! (27lbs in Enduro trim)
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    Updates to my rig;
    Pushed Monarch RC3 rear (incredible)
    2x10 XTR 40-28 Front
    XTR Brakes (incredible)
    Carbon Havoc bars from carbon Haven
    Current tires Hans Dampf Trailstar front and Conti Mountain King 2.2 Protection rear


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    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.


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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.

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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 Rolĺa Prototype
    Seatpost: ICE Lift
    Saddle: Tioga Spider
    Stem: Syntace Superforce
    Handlebar: Syntace Vector Carbon 740
    Headst: Acros

    Full story here:

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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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    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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    the problem with owning a dropper post is that you will want one for every bike once you start using one. probably one of the best components I've ever owned, right up there with disc brakes...
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    Kind of what I thought. The Thompson I have now is really to short anyway. Does anyone run one without the remote.. Trying to simplify the cockpit not add to it.

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    I've tried both, and when things start getting hairy at speed I do not want to be taking my hands off the bars to try and drop my seat. if you run a Reverb with the opposite side (run a right hand lever underneath the bar on the left hand side) it protects that lever too.
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    Thanks for the input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X View Post
    the problem with owning a dropper post is that you will want one for every bike once you start using one. probably one of the best components I've ever owned, right up there with disc brakes...
    I've ran dropper posts on all my bikes on/off going on almost 7 yrs now and used to swear by them as well. Lately, I don't run them at all unless the terrain totally requires one (up/down/up/down/etc) and was pretty stoked to be able to run the Oregon Enduro Finals race the whole weekend for all 7 race stages with no dropper post and did better than I have in other Enduro's/Super D's when running them (placed 1st in my Cat!). Decided to not run one at my last race as most timed descending stages don't require them as long as you can pedal out of the saddle here and there for short periods of time when needed. I was pretty discouraged with dropper posts for Enduro racing after I snapped a remote cable just before the only climb section on last stage of one race at start of season last year, causing the post the stay in most extended position and bouncing around like a pogo whenever trying to sit down in lowered position that almost killed me on the steep descent at end of race. So for me, dropper posts are more of a nuisance for Enduro racing at least (don't even run them for regular trail/AM riding anymore as I prefer the simplicity and reliability of standard post and most trails I ride go straight up to down and don't mind manually adjusting before the descent) and not really required for Enduro's as most timed stages don't have climbs mid stage like Super D's did.
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    Good point about enduro racing and the climbs not being timed. I've spent a lot of time tonight researching and it doesn't sound like all of the kinks are worked out yet unless you want to spend $400. Definitely don't see that kind of value in it.

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    I have mixed feelings on dropper post. One day I love them the next day I dont. The biggest down side is you get used to a saddle being dropped and ride like that. Then when it does not work or drop you cant ride your bike worth a crap anymore and get the your tant slapped by the post cause you are not used to it being there anymore. I normally just ride with my post droppped a bit all the time and dont race to the top. That way i can get you muscle memory made that it is there.

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    I agree with what Jgusta says completely. I have had identical experience and no longer use a dropper. I run my seat at a hight that I can get behind it on all the descents in my area but still high enough to sit and pedal with some efficacy. For my bike and body size this ends up with my seat being at about knee hight while standing on the bike. I have also found that being able to use the seat between your knees for bike control at times is handy so its another plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dg designs View Post
    Good point about enduro racing and the climbs not being timed. I've spent a lot of time tonight researching and it doesn't sound like all of the kinks are worked out yet unless you want to spend $400. Definitely don't see that kind of value in it.
    Yeah for everyday trail riding on undulating terrain (always put one on when riding Sedona or SW UT) they are very nice to have, but for most Enduro's here in the states at least, they are not really required as you can just manually raise the post for the untimed climb sections when you are done with each descending timed stage. The only one I would maybe consider now is the KS LEV, but at $420 for the 150mm and still being a bit of a gamble with reliability (my KS Supernatural 150mm had to be sent back multiple times due to failure in the first year), it's a big no go for me. Next one for me if I do, is going to be non remote (lever) type in 6", which is only the KS Supernatural for now. Wish Thomson's new dropper post was going to be 6" as 5" isn't long enough for my longer legs as I would be willing to give that a shot.
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    Man I sure did love that weirwolf 2.5 tire!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    Man I sure did love that weirwolf 2.5 tire!
    Good tire. Have been running one on the front of my bike for two seasons without issues.

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    Fox CTD remote front and rear suspension
    Fox DOSS seat post

    I don't get to ride it until February though.
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    How many cables and levers do you have on the bars?

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    Everyday rider + race rig. Trail pic is with Crosstrails, but Santa brought me some new XTR Trail wheels.



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    My new Rune V2
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    Quote Originally Posted by rednova75 View Post
    My new Rune V2
    Nice ride! How do you like the Conti Baron on the rear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silent assassin View Post
    How many cables and levers do you have on the bars?
    Too many, But I am interested to see how the remote Fox CTD system works as a whole.

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    That Rune looks really slack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whip Chop! View Post
    Nice ride! How do you like the Conti Baron on the rear?
    When the trails start to get wet it is my go to rear tire. I love the black chilli compound of the Conti's as it just grips, but allows for pretty decent rolling resistance. It is definitely not the best for hard pack as you really notice the big square knobs! It is pretty light weight for being a solid winter/AM tire. I also like the square edge knobs for techy rocky climbs as they bite really well. The one down side is that they will just not go tubeless!

    @ Hitechredneck, Yeah it definitely has a slack HTA (around 65.5 - 66 deg.), and this is with the drop outs in the middle setting, so it can go slacker Despite the slackness the bike climbs really well, but when it is pointed DH it opens up and becomes like a mini DH rig, it inspires so much confidence

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    That will be a fast rig!

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    My LaPierre Spicy 516

    Here's my new LaPierre Spicy 516 2012. Completely standard, fresh out of the box. Planning on buying XT trailpedals, changing the tires to HansDampf and perhaps buy new handlebars, but I think thats about it.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Geir View Post
    Here's my new LaPierre Spicy 516 2012. Completely standard, fresh out of the box. Planning on buying XT trailpedals, changing the tires to HansDampf and perhaps buy new handlebars, but I think thats about it.







    Wow, that looks great. Especially the matching green on the brakes and the pivots. Kudos!
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    I really like the lines on that bike, it looks like its hauling ass just sitting still. Those rubber queens are great all around tires, give em a go before you spend lots of cash on new rubber.

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    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!



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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    I really like the lines on that bike, it looks like its hauling ass just sitting still. Those rubber queens are great all around tires, give em a go before you spend lots of cash on new rubber.
    No need to spend any cash. I allready had the HansDampf tires laying around at home The rubberqueens are now coming to use on another bike


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    Suspension Travel?

    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?

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    This is my Stumpjumper Elite. I've had it a few years and have slowly built it how I want it. Haven't raced an enduro but plan to this summer. Thinking of trying a 1x10 setup this year. I will pedal and or push my bike uphill to ride it back down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael7383 View Post
    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?
    You will typically see anywhere from 4 to 7 inches of travel depending on the course. But the majority of bikes that I've seen sit around 5 to 6 inches.
    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael7383 View Post
    How much suspension is everyone using in enduro/super-d racing?
    Most of the courses I have rode (so far) are not super rough aggressive DH style so 150mm to 160mm works great. I rode another brand last year(160mm) but I am going to ride my 27.5" converted Butcher this year its 150mm rear and 160mm up front

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    Canyon Strive with 160mm travel front and rear. Fun machine for lift days at Vail Mtn, a few enduro events, and some longer backcountry rides.

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    A bit of upgrading to my Sanction, Full XO drivetrain except XX cassette, Lyrik coil fork, saint brakes, crossmax st. Hopefully should be a good do everything weapon for the Big mountain enduro series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    A bit of upgrading to my Sanction, Full XO drivetrain except XX cassette, Lyrik coil fork, saint brakes, crossmax st. Hopefully should be a good do everything weapon for the Big mountain enduro series.

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    Nice ride! I too have a Sanction. I will post a pic of all the upgrades I've done to it soon. Love that bike. How are the Hans Dampf's treating you?

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    Lapierre Spicy 516 with RaceFace Atlas Green Monster

    Love that GT! Looks really fast and robust.. Got a new stem and handlebars on my Lapierre this weekend. RaceFace Atlas stem and RaceFace Atlas GreenMonster Limited bars.

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    I have mixed feelings about my hans damps. On my bike with a 68 degree headangle they are the cats meow I love them to death. That said for some reason on my 66 degree headangle GT they tend to feel a bit more round and the "edge" is not quite as strong as I like. I think it is because the two different bikes corner different and with the slacker head angle the bike needs to be leaned over and more weight pushed on the front where I feel the more square tires do better. Could be just me, but check back with me in a bit about them when I have more ride time with them on this bike.

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    I need to try one of those weirwolfs.
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    My latest iteration. Yes, I have issues...







    Setup is HD/RS Lyrik 170/XX1

    Waiting for Easton to finish their XX1 freehub so that is why I am currently running an AL rear wheel. My Monarch RC3 is at Push for a refresh so that is why I am running the RP23 which is meh I have two rides on the Lyrik now and am starting to get it feeling really nice. XX1 is about 3 weeks in and I like it a lot.

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    How's the water taste?

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    Lol it was great. Bottle was on there for race day and I just screwed the cap off and drank it that way. No reason to carry my Camelback for two 6 minute runs.

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    Post your Enduro/Super D rigs here...

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    Here's my enduro rig, at least it will be once I enter my first race in June

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    Sick ride
    thanks for your service so we can be free to rally bikes

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    Pivot Firebird with XT build (large)
    close to 6.7" travel front and rear
    Weighs just over 31lb with pedals
    Absolute murderer going down and still flys uphill somehow.

    I can't wait to race enduro this year. It's still a long ways off and I can't stop thinking about it. Signed up for 3 of the Big Mountain Enduro so far.
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    My Maverick ML8. Still one of my most favorite rigs. Ethan Franklin is still around to tune the suspension so it's ridding better than ever. 31 pounds, XT 3x10 kit, Mavic 819 wheels, Maverick dropper post, trying out a slightly taller handlebar now. Should be able to hit up 2 or 3 of the Big Mountain Enduro series races this year.
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    No picture just yet, as I'm in AFG. The parts are showing up at my parents house one by one, and here's the plan:

    I have these so far:

    SC Blur LTc w/CTD
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    Bars (Syntace Vector Carbon 740mm)
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    Rims (650b or 26"?) and spokes
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    I'm set. Season starts in about 3 weeks. I cut it a bit fine finishing this off








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    Beautiful bike

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    2010 trek scratch 7 coil that i converted to air. I put a 2012 lyrik rc2dh fork set at 170 to match the frame and a monarch plus for the rear which should work awesome. I upgraded everything to x9 components. I installed a compand post from specialized on this bike but I had to buy a shim from 30.9 to 31.6 which worked good. I want to try to convert it to a 650B bike but dont think there is enough room with the new lyrik fork. Its a little on the porky side(35.5 lbs) but should be a fun bike going down the hills
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    Here´s my rig:

    Frame: 2011 GT Force frame small size, 6" travel
    Fork: Rock Shox Pike Race U-turn 95-140mm
    Seatpost: CB Joplin 4R
    Handlebars: Specialized Enduro low rise 720mm
    Stem: Kalloy UNO 60mm
    Hubs: Novatec (DH-SB41 front, can´t recall rear model)
    Spokes and Nipples: Pillar 2.0mm/16mm
    Rims: DT Swiss 445D
    Brakes, crankset & RD: Shimano Deore
    Cassette: SRAM PG-970 11-34 (custom made from a 11-32 and spares)
    Pedals: CB Mallet (switching to some good ol´ shimano DX soon)
    Grips: Lizard Skins Peaty
    How it rides: f*ckin awesome
    Soon: Hopefully a Lyric and some offset bushings for the shock to slacken the HA




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