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    Borealis Picture and Specs Thread

    Like to start a thread for anyone feeling the need to show off your Borealis.

    Specs, weights, and reviews please

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    Borealis Yampa XL 27.5lbs w pedals...

    My Yampa XL build came in at 27.5 lbs with pedals and a 2x10 drivetrain. X9 Crank, XO R Der, Avid BB7s w/Ashima Ai2 Rotors, X9 shifters, Easton xc70 riser bar, 45Nrth Dillingers, Surly Rolling Daryls, used 26x2.75 tubes..Atac Carbon pedals...Bike rides great, handles as well as my Scalpel Carbon 1, climbs like a goat....would highly recommend, you won't be disappointed. Bought from Freewheeler Bike in Grand Rapids Mich, excellent bike shop....
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    Almost finished...still waiting on Carbon hoops. XX1 drivetrain w/grip shift, Next SL carbon crank, XT Brakes & rotors, Easton Haven carbon bars, Haven stem, Easton EC90 seatpost, SBC Phenom saddle, Borealis Hubs w/butted spokes and 70mm Umas and Huskers. 24.5 lbs without pedals. Carbon wheelset and going tubeless should bring it in sub 23lbs.
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    Both sweet rigs, 71gto455 what saddle is that?

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    It is a Fizik Tundra, w a Fizik Alloy seatpost...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkview1 View Post
    Borealis Hubs w/butted spokes and 70mm Umas and Huskers
    Issee you had a Fastback before this, did you have the Hadley hubs on the Umas? If so, how do the Borealis hubs feel by comparison??

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    Borealis Picture and Specs Thread-borealissnow.jpg

    Medium frame
    Clownshoes with Dillingers
    Sram XX drive train
    FSA ISIS Carbon Crank setup 1x
    BB7 Brakes
    Easton EC70 Seatpost
    Fizik seat
    Salsa Ti stem
    Raceface Next SL handlebar
    25.xx lbs dry
    or aprox. 40lbs as pictured

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    Med Yampa
    Clownshoes/Bud and Lou
    Hope Tech 3 183/160
    Next SL 170mm spindle
    Easton carbon bar and seatpost with Thomson stem
    WTB pure ti rail saddle
    Shimano 540's soon to be Wellgo mag flats
    xt 1x10 drivetrain
    tubeless
    27.25 without framebag
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    I just finished this one today:

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    XL Yampa frame:

    Tires: Dillinger
    Front Rim: Rolling Darryl
    Rear Rim: Clown Shoe
    Spokes: Super Comp 261mm (all around)
    Front Hub: SP hub dynamo (dynohub) PD-8 32h
    Rear Hub: 9-Zeor-7 190mm hub
    Front Rotor: 203mm RavX
    Rear Rotor: 160mm RavX
    Innertubes: Schwalbe SV13F Extra Lights, 26 x 2.10-3.00
    Cassette: SRAM XG999 (11-32T)
    Rim strips: Duck tape
    Fork: Carver Titanium Snow Fork
    B. Bracket: Phil Wood (with 155mm spindle)
    Cranks: Middleburn w/ 5 Arm CD XC 94/58 Spider 20/32/44
    Pedals: Xpedo Mountain Force
    Front D: Shimano FD-M661-D
    Rear D: SRAM X0 9-Speed
    Break calipers: Avid BB7
    Front light: Busch + Müller Lumotec IQ Fly Senso Plus
    Rear light: Busch + Müller Toplight Line Plus
    Handlebars Easton EC 70
    Brake Levers: Mission Captive
    Aerobar lever: Tektro RL720 Cross Brake Levers
    Shift Levers: Dura Ace Bar End Shifters w/ Paul adapters
    Chain: KMC x10sl
    Seat: Pure
    Seat post: E-bay carbon special
    Bell: Avenir Dual Action
    Rear Rack: Topeak Super Tourist
    Aero Bar: Profile Design T1 Aerobar
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    Yampa w/ a Lefty

    XL Yampa
    Lefty Max 140mm -> 90mm w/ XLR
    Extra drilled RD's (~800g per rim)
    Next SL, 28T, 170mm spindle
    X01 drivetrain
    R1 brakes
    KCNC/FSA cockpit
    Bud/Lou tubeless (ribbon, foam, tape, Stans)
    CB Mallet's

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    Very nice, how did you get the lefty on it. I have a Scalpel 1 and was looking on placing a lefty on the Yampa. Just use a hub for a lefty, and is the tire centered? Looks sweet...

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    Williford - beautiful build all around. What does that weigh in at?

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    71gto455, it is a little complicated (and expensive), but start here Cannondale, Professional and Trusted Lefty and Head Shock Service Performed by Craig Smith

    You need the custom clamps, an older style Lefty with removable clamps, and I had mendoncyclesmith put an 2012 XLR damper with remote in mine. That is optional. MCS is great btw. The wheel build was complicated. It is offset of course and I used a Project321 adapter + a Surly Pugs adapter. Dished it up just right. Then I put it on the bike and I had to move the thing over another cm to get proper clearance for the 4.8" tire.

    I haven't weighed it but I'm guessing around 28-29lbs. My goal was sub-30lb and it is easily there.

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    Here you can see the Lefty setup a little better.

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    Nice bikes guys. I know some other guys on here got some Borealis bikes to post. I'm dying without mine here and need some more porn to keep me going through my wait time.

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    How dare your dog hog that bike bed!

    Awesome bike! Awesome dog!

    I live north of the Borealis home base and have been drooling since they were released.

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    I'm a huge lefty fan and this bike is awesome! My carbon cravings are almost out of control and getting worse everyday seeing photo's like this.

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    Heres mine in the UK

    Medium frame
    Marge Lights/Borealis Hubs with Bud/Lou - (Carbondale rims on order)
    Middleburn Cranks
    XX1 shifters/ring/chain/cassette
    Hope X2 brakes
    Thomson - dropper, stem, carbon bars
    SDG Ti-Fly saddle
    Hope F20 pedals

    I don't have a weight as I don't have any scales. Its light enough for me though.


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    Sweet looking rig, did you run the dropper cable through the front der. internal routing?

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    ^ cheers. Yes, the rear mech internal routing is perfect for the dropper cable, it exits at just the right spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d4nny_p View Post
    Heres mine in the UK

    Medium frame
    Marge Lights/Borealis Hubs with Bud/Lou - (Carbondale rims on order)
    Middleburn Cranks
    XX1 shifters/ring/chain/cassette
    Hope X2 brakes
    Thomson - dropper, stem, carbon bars
    SDG Ti-Fly saddle
    Hope F20 pedals

    I don't have a weight as I don't have any scales. Its light enough for me though.

    Nice D4nny glad to see our bikes represented in the UK
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    Yampa X0/X9 size L complete with small additions:

    Clown Shoes with B&L
    Formula R1 203mm brakes
    Thomson Elite dropper
    Brooks B17 Special
    Race Face Atlas Kash bars
    Renthal Strata Duo 50mm stem
    Brooks Slender grips
    Superstar Ultra Mag pedals

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    What size would be recommended for a 5ft7 32 inseam rider?Cant find actual size chart

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    Quote Originally Posted by bnelson View Post
    What size would be recommended for a 5ft7 32 inseam rider?Cant find actual size chart
    I am 5'8" with a 32" inseam and on a med but what works for me might not for someone else. I say compair the Geo chart with a bike that you know fits you well and that you are comfortable on. I do know the stand over will be tight for ya on a med especially if you run a Bud and Lou.

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    Definitely a small.
    I'm a mountain bike guide in southwest Utah

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    Our shop in Grand Haven, MI just built this large one. 21lbs 13oz! Velocity Dually rims (bike also came with the Carbondale wheelset and Surly Bud/Lou 4.8 tires, still super light), set up tubeless, RaceFace Next carbon cranks, carbon Bontrager bars, post, XX1.

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    thanks

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    Great build Todd those dually rims are awesome!
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    I'm ready to pull a the trigger on one of these, trying to pin down a size, any of you in the 6' 2", 33.5 inseam range? did you go with an XL?
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    I went large. Same height, longer inseam.
    I'm a mountain bike guide in southwest Utah

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    i'm 6'2" with long legs and a large felt way too short for me. I ordered the xl and sure hope it fits better. I will have better info next week. unfortunately, i think we may be at that awkward inbetween height

    edit to update- I just got on the XL for a ride and it feels a lot better than the L to me
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    Thanks for the feedback, leaning towards the XL, as that's what my Ibis HDR is, but those bikes tend to run a little smaller than other manufactures.
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    I went with the xl and it is perfect...I am 6'2" with a 34-35 inseam plus long arms..my build is listed above...the large seemed to have to much weight on my front wheel...xl seemed to balance it out more...

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    I hate buying a bike without throwing a leg over one first but it's just not an option for me.

    Looking at the Geo numbers, the effective Top Tube is 24.6 for a large and 25.3 for an XL.

    My XL Ibis HDR which I'm quite comfortable on is 24.6

    Rode my bud's On-One fatty for a couple days, it felt slightly cramped with 24 inch effective top tube.

    Guessing I should probably steer towards the Large
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    Finally got my XL... 24.75lbs as pictured. XX1 build. Swapped out some parts... had a race face stem, Easton bar, esi silicone grips, Thomson post, crank bros pedals (for now).

    Have lou and bud tires, will put on and convert to tubeless once I have the time and energy to undertake that project.
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    Looks great RWGreen

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedLite View Post
    Looks great RWGreen
    Yeah sweet ride, when is yours going to be done WL?

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    ooh buddy..... The pain kicked in pretty hard as you have noticed I'm not on here much the past 12 days. I can't focus on the monitor or tv very long as it hurts my head and eyes. My neck and back are shot too. I'm in physio, see'n chiro and masseuse. Unlike Silentfoe suggested (that will pay for the bike), here in Canada with "no fault" insurance we can't get all that. Truck gets fixed but now has accident history and diminished value, I got a rental but it ain't mine, health care gets covered and work time gets covered from the 2nd week on but nothing else. So pretty much a whole bunch of inconveniences, weeks pay gone, waste of time and pain for nothing since I was fixed before this and my truck was fixed before this. Now if something is permanent like I can't walk or something ridiculous, then you can be given a large amount that will never equal the value of the loss. If not it's just considered a casualty of driving.

    I should get better quickly and am optimistic but yesterday and today have been the worst of it really.

    Back to the riiide, since I can't... I'm going lighter lol and taking a little more time for perfection. I can sand for about 10 minutes at a time till the pain is unbearable. It's almost ready for paint. Got the frame down from 1307 to 1254.3g and know it can go a little lower. Forks are getting a little more weight loss before presentation. Schmolke post, Dash saddle, SiCCC pads should be showing up soon.

    I am in here quite often but just not for very long. You guys tak'er easy and keep posting Yampas for us that need to see some sweet finished builds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedLite View Post
    ooh buddy..... The pain kicked in pretty hard as you have noticed I'm not on here much the past 12 days. I can't focus on the monitor or tv very long as it hurts my head and eyes. My neck and back are shot too. I'm in physio, see'n chiro and masseuse. Unlike Silentfoe suggested (that will pay for the bike), here in Canada with "no fault" insurance we can't get all that. Truck gets fixed but now has accident history and diminished value, I got a rental but it ain't mine, health care gets covered and work time gets covered from the 2nd week on but nothing else. So pretty much a whole bunch of inconveniences, weeks pay gone, waste of time and pain for nothing since I was fixed before this and my truck was fixed before this. Now if something is permanent like I can't walk or something ridiculous, then you can be given a large amount that will never equal the value of the loss. If not it's just considered a casualty of driving.

    I should get better quickly and am optimistic but yesterday and today have been the worst of it really.

    Back to the riiide, since I can't... I'm going lighter lol and taking a little more time for perfection. I can sand for about 10 minutes at a time till the pain is unbearable. It's almost ready for paint. Got the frame down from 1307 to 1254.3g and know it can go a little lower. Forks are getting a little more weight loss before presentation. Schmolke post, Dash saddle, SiCCC pads should be showing up soon.

    I am in here quite often but just not for very long. You guys tak'er easy and keep posting Yampas for us that need to see some sweet finished builds.
    Oh man sorry to hear that I've been gone as well and didn't know about the car wreck. Get well soon and keep us informed when you can believe me I know what you are going through.

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    Size large frame
    110 Cane Creek Headset
    Easton EC70 wide bars
    Easton 100mm 6 degree EA90 stem
    ESI Chunky grips in white
    Cobb Cycling SHC DRT saddle in white
    Niner RDO Seatpost in grey
    SRAM XO brakes 180 front 160 rear
    E13 BB and cranks with 170 crankarms
    Wolf Tooth Components 30 tooth ring
    SRAM XO type 2 rear derailleur
    SRAM XX 11-36 cassette
    SRAM 1091R chain
    Borealis Carbondale wheelset
    Surly Bud/Lou set up tubeless with 120 grip studs in the front and 80 in the back
    Time ATAC Carbon pedals
    Without the frame bag 24.70 pounds.
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    Wow sweet ride tri-tele!!

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    Thanks, I've been super happy with this build and can't wait to get more time on it.
    Will be racing it Thursday night

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    That's definitely a great Yamp tri-tele! Sweet weigh in with fatty B/L's too.

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    I'm still holding off for some carbon 100's or I guess 90's if I have to.

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    has anyone replaced the aluminum bars or seatpost with carbon on their Yampas? If so, what was the weight savings? i'm basically just wondering if it is worth swapping the bars and seat post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew k View Post
    has anyone replaced the aluminum bars or seatpost with carbon on their Yampas? If so, what was the weight savings? i'm basically just wondering if it is worth swapping the bars and seat post.
    Depends on the post and bars, anywhere from break even to 150g each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew k View Post
    has anyone replaced the aluminum bars or seatpost with carbon on their Yampas? If so, what was the weight savings? i'm basically just wondering if it is worth swapping the bars and seat post.
    If you are riding in the cold, the carbon bars don't feel as cold as aluminum. I haven't ridden a Yampa, but I've heard it's a stiff ride. A carbon or ti post may help soften/deaden it a bit. Friends have liked the Moots set-back as well as the Niner RDO. I'm sure there are others that would accomplish the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBerntson View Post
    If you are riding in the cold, the carbon bars don't feel as cold as aluminum. I haven't ridden a Yampa, but I've heard it's a stiff ride. A carbon or ti post may help soften/deaden it a bit. Friends have liked the Moots set-back as well as the Niner RDO. I'm sure there are others that would accomplish the same thing.
    Shock/virbration absorbsome, and not being a heat sink are two more important reason to run carbon bars and seatpost to me than just the weight savings. although those are nice too

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    Size Medium frame
    110 Cane Creek Headset
    Niner Flat Top 780mm carbon Handlebar
    Thomson 90mm 6 degree Elite X4 stem
    Ergon GP3 grips
    Fizik Aliante Saddle, waiting for the Black and white one
    Crank Brother Kronolog Seat Post
    Shimano XT Brakes 160mm front/rear
    Race Face Next SL 190mm cranks with 175mm crankarms
    Race Face 28tooth ring
    Shimano XT Shadow Plus rear derailleur
    Shimano XT 11-36 cassette
    One Up 42tooth sprocket
    Shimano XT chain
    Surly Clownshoe wheelset w/ Borealis Hubs
    Surly Bud/Lou set up tubeless
    Forte MTX pedals
    26.10 pounds set up 1x10
    All logos covered with automotive grade Carbon for black out effect.Borealis Picture and Specs Thread-photo-2-.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9nerd View Post
    Size Medium frame
    110 Cane Creek Headset
    Niner Flat Top 780mm carbon Handlebar
    Thomson 90mm 6 degree Elite X4 stem
    Ergon GP3 grips
    Fizik Aliante Saddle, waiting for the Black and white one
    Crank Brother Kronolog Seat Post
    Shimano XT Brakes 160mm front/rear
    Race Face Next SL 190mm cranks with 175mm crankarms
    Race Face 28tooth ring
    Shimano XT Shadow Plus rear derailleur
    Shimano XT 11-36 cassette
    One Up 42tooth sprocket
    Shimano XT chain
    Surly Clownshoe wheelset w/ Borealis Hubs
    Surly Bud/Lou set up tubeless
    Forte MTX pedals
    26.10 pounds set up 1x10
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    Well done sir, you are over a pound lighter than me with the exact same build except you have a dropper and I have a easton carbon post

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Well done sir, you are over a pound lighter than me with the exact same build except you have a dropper and I have a easton carbon post

    Thank you. I just realized I typed in 26.10. I fat fingered that one. It was supposed to be 29.10.

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    Borealis Picture and Specs Thread-img_6774mtbr.jpg


    Large frame with stock headset
    Protaper Carbon handlebar
    Thomson 70mm Elite X4 stem
    Rogue Lock-on grip
    WTB Rocket -V SLT saddle
    KS-950 dropper post
    Avid Elixir CR Brakes 180/160mm
    Race Face Turbine 190mm cranks
    XT 22-32T 9 speed chainrings
    Sram XO rear D
    Shimano XT front D
    Shimano XT 9 speed 11-34 cassette
    Sram 991 chain
    Surly Rolling Darryl wheelset w/ Borealis Hubs
    Surly Bud/Lou with Surly tubes
    Shimano XT trail spd pedals

    Around 30lbs

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    I may be opening a can 'o worms here, but these may be some fun carbon rims to play with once they are in production. Looks like they are going to be 90's. I've got the carbondales and XX1 and the bike is like a magic carpet ride up the hills. Quite a change from my 40+ pound Pugsley.

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    Oops, here is the link to the rims
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    Has anyone found a good-fitting frame bag for an XL Yampa?

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    Nice to finally share my med Yampa. 24.6 lbs with tubes.
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    XX1 grip shift w Quasar housing
    XX1 cassette
    RF Next SL 175mm cranks, 28t ring, sleeveless bb
    KMC 11SL chain
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    (Going tubeless and fork swap to Borealis fork puts at bout 21.5 lbs)

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    Are these weights exaggerated light? I have a borealis with the following:
    Race Face Next SL w 28t
    race face next carbon seat post (one of the heavier carbon posts but can't beat that race face clamping mech)
    race face sixc bars 780 or whatever they come as
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    xt brakes and rotors 180/160
    xt shifter
    xt chain
    xt cassette
    xt med cage shadow plus
    XTR pedals
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    Surly Clownshoes built w straight gauge spokes and alloy nippes
    With bud and lou tubed its 29.5
    With BFL's it is 28.6

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    Quote Originally Posted by upmtbyader View Post
    Are these weights exaggerated light? I have a borealis
    With bud and lou tubed its 29.5. With BFL's it is 28.6
    Where's yer pic and what do you mean by exaggerated?

    A little weight here and there really add up. I really tried to go lower than 23 lbs with my fork but don't think I can do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upmtbyader View Post
    Are these weights exaggerated light? I have a borealis with the following:
    Race Face Next SL w 28t
    race face next carbon seat post (one of the heavier carbon posts but can't beat that race face clamping mech)
    race face sixc bars 780 or whatever they come as
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    xt brakes and rotors 180/160
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    Surly Clownshoes built w straight gauge spokes and alloy nippes
    With bud and lou tubed its 29.5
    With BFL's it is 28.6
    Your wheels are tanks. The tubes, XT components and lock on grips don't do you any favors either.
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    Lots of snow, great day to get out in the front range

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedLite View Post
    Nice to finally share my med Yampa. 24.6 lbs with tubes.
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    XX1 grip shift w Quasar housing
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    Bud/Lou on Borealis hub Darryls.
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    (Going tubeless and fork swap to Borealis fork puts at bout 21.5 lbs)
    That is wicked!!! Excellent job man!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew k View Post
    Has anyone found a good-fitting frame bag for an XL Yampa?
    I'm using a med Pugs frame bag on my med Yampa. It's not perfectly perfect but very close!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by upmtbyader View Post
    Are these weights exaggerated light? I have a borealis with the following:
    Race Face Next SL w 28t
    race face next carbon seat post (one of the heavier carbon posts but can't beat that race face clamping mech)
    race face sixc bars 780 or whatever they come as
    race face 70 mill turbine stem
    xt brakes and rotors 180/160
    xt shifter
    xt chain
    xt cassette
    xt med cage shadow plus
    XTR pedals
    ti railed bontrager rl seat
    odi lock on grips
    Surly Clownshoes built w straight gauge spokes and alloy nippes
    With bud and lou tubed its 29.5
    With BFL's it is 28.6
    I've been going over your specs and we are pretty close with the Bud and Lou build except I have db spokes, brass nips, and I lightened up my clownshoes about 75g that and my post is about 75g lighter. My bars are about 40g lighter as well I have Hope tech3 brakes and rotors but I can't imagine the weight is much different. The only thing I can see is the tubes as I am tubeless with just a wrap of stans and fluid, which tubes are you using? I've seen big weight differences in the Bud and Lou's as well but if I remember My Bud is on the heavy side. My weight is right at 27.10 on a Park scale with egg beaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WickedLite View Post
    Nice to finally share my med Yampa. 24.6 lbs with tubes.
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    The saddle looks like it'd be at home on a clown-bike, otherwise, nice.
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    Thanks for the compliments guys. Really need some light on her cause she shimmers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    The saddle looks like it'd be at home on a clown-bike, otherwise, nice.
    LOL. It is an odd looking saddle yes. But at 37g it's uber lite, has a little flex for cushion and the short nose I thought would be great for maneuvering when riding deep snow. I will review when I can get out for a ride on it. I think it was a great choice considering it's capability, weight and use.

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    Dude, every time I stop by the shop I ask if your bike has arrived...

    Hoping my damn hubs arrive today so I can get my Salsa built up. The skiing quality right now is not compelling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frorider View Post
    Dude, every time I stop by the shop I ask if your bike has arrived...

    Hoping my damn hubs arrive today so I can get my Salsa built up. The skiing quality right now is not compelling.
    Sitting here drinking coffee looking at Angora ridge/Tahoe Mountain, there's pretty much no snow up there.

    Maybe you should go back to Utah

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    The Lightest Lightweight Yampa in the West

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    22.2lbs with pedals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew k View Post
    Has anyone found a good-fitting frame bag for an XL Yampa?
    Andrew, I just got my Yampa and I was waiting to see how my Revelate Designs frame bag would work from my Moonlander before buying a new one. I had a large Moonlander and a large Yampa now. The bag fits pretty well. Good enough that buying a new one isn't on the radar for now.

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    Idahomountain, in at 22.2 pounds. Now that's a target to shoot for.

    Here's what my Borealis XX1 looked like last night at 9pm.


    It didn't take too long for it to look like this.


    Dang, 26 pounds currently. I hope they get those Carbondale rims in sooner than later although yesterday wouldn't be too soon.

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    My X01 build arrived

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    I have a quick question. Just got my bike today, In the bag with the headset are two small flat washers. Where do they go?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d4nny_p View Post
    ^ cheers. Yes, the rear mech internal routing is perfect for the dropper cable, it exits at just the right spot.
    Ordered a dropper post this week for mine, was it very difficult to run the cable through the frame?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwanoron View Post
    I have a quick question. Just got my bike today, In the bag with the headset are two small flat washers. Where do they go?

    Thanks.
    Most likely spacers for your pedals. Put them on the pedal spindle before attaching to the cranks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeBC View Post
    Ordered a dropper post this week for mine, was it very difficult to run the cable through the frame?
    Not sure how this is working. Borealis has built in internal cable routing. It's not just open space inside the frame. If you were running a 1x you could use the front derailleur routing on the top tube but it would be cable only, no housing. The rear derailleur routing would never work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe View Post
    Not sure how this is working. Borealis has built in internal cable routing. It's not just open space inside the frame. If you were running a 1x you could use the front derailleur routing on the top tube but it would be cable only, no housing. The rear derailleur routing would never work.
    Yea my dropper uses a derailleur cable, so it should work just fine, was just wondering how hard it is to route the cable though, since you say it has a internal cable routing built in it should be easy, and yes I'm running a 1x and using that front derailleur routing seems made to order for a dropper.
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    Yeah it'll work perfectly. Just not sure how the other guy was using the rear derailleur routing.
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    He's using the front, take a look again
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    I didn't look. Just went off of what he said.
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    Installed my new dropper this weekend, routing via the front derailleur worked perfectly

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    The bike was built from the frame up in december and has had various changes made throughout the winter so here are two recent photos. To many miles of smiles on this bike! My knees are saying so. Thanks to Adam and Borealis bikes for the badass rig!
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    Uhh.... Ditch the tires, man!

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    One day I will own one of these beautiful bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Like to start a thread for anyone feeling the need to show off your Borealis.

    Specs, weights, and reviews please
    It took all winter but the last tasty bit just arrived and it’s time to move onto the next project. It's 20.86 pounds with pedals, cage, and Garmin mount. Here’s a list of what’s not obvious in the picture. I can imagine (with a lot of effort) about 200 grams more coming off but don't believe with these tires that the bike ever breaks below 20 pounds. I don’t tend to run the Husker DUs on snow as the knobbies are just too small, I really like the Surly Nates which add about ½ pound to the bike but the DUs are awesone on dirt.

    It's great fun to hookup or pass the roadies on this thing. I like to joke that if you want to insult a roadie, pass them on a fatbike.



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    Built up a 29+ wheelset this weekend, velocity dually's with 3" Knards. It does noticeably raise the bottom bracket, forgot to measure with the 26" Husker Du's. BB bracket height appeared to be around 12 3/4 with the 29+ wheelset on a large frame. Was a bit concerned on how this would effect the handling of the bike but I had no issues. I've never ridden a bike that could climb like this, I climbed up technical sections I've never made it up before, I'll note I've never run any thing but 26" tires. I was able to easily clean rock gardens , good size drops and tight switchbacks, and the bermy decomposed granite turns were super fun, I'm gonna really dig this setup over the summer. Running 9 1/2 pounds in the front and 10 1/2 in the back with tubes no issues. Plan on setting them up tubeless soon.









    Putting it to the test today

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    I set up my 29+ tires tubeless last Friday, I weighed it at the shop with the standard post instead of the dropper so I could see the wieght difference from when I first picked it up at the shop. Came in at 23.13 pounds, 3 pound's lighter than the stock X01 build with turnagain rims and Husker DU's including pedals.

    The bad news at least with the 120tpi Knards as I cant seem to run them as low as I could with tubes as I get small burps on occasion, maybe this will clear up over time, but just a word of warning. Just used some Stans tape to cover the spoke holes on the dually's and did not try to build up the rim at all.
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    A cockpit update with Answer 20/20, Control Tech Terminators and Lizard Skins Dsp:s. And new Saint pedals.


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    Borealis meets australis

    Echo down under. Sweet.
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    Now that's one nice fatbike!

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    I have made a few changes here and there, so I thought I'd post the current configuration.

    1. Serfa Drifter Tires set up tubeless on Stans ZTR rims
    2. Borealis Hub in rear
    3. X-9 Hub in front (I have a front dynamo hub for the winter)
    4. SRAM 950 Cassette (11-32T) (need to upgrade to PG-980/990)
    5. SRAM X0 9 Speed Rear Mech and shifter
    6. Carver Titanium Snow Fork
    7. Middleburn crank (44/32/20 Chainrings)
    8. Phil Wood Bottom Bracket (155spindle w 10mm offset)
    9. Shimano FD-M661-D (9-speed) with Problems Solvers, FS1325, Direct Mount Adapter
    10. 10 speed KMC chain
    11. Avid BB7 Brakes
    12. AEST brake levers
    13. Easton EC90 SL Handlebars
    14. Brooks Cambium c17s saddle
    15. Thompson Seatpost
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    ^^ Full on expedition mode

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    Even though I’m the only one that went FAT (well 29+) on this ride some might enjoy this trip report

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    Anybody know the reach numbers on the Echo frames? Specifically the large and XL? The geometry charts on the website don't mention this measurement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleanutz View Post
    Anybody know the reach numbers on the Echo frames? Specifically the large and XL? The geometry charts on the website don't mention this measurement.
    At the risk of asking a stupid question. What is the "reach"? This is at least the second time someone has asked for it. The website gives effective top tube length. I've always interpreted reach to be a combination of that and stem length.
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    It's the portion of the top tube length that's in front of the BB.

    Reach is the length of a horizontal line drawn between a vertical line up from the center of the BB to the center of the head tube.

    In my experience a longer reach puts the front wheel out farther in front of the rider and allows greater confidence when descending. I'm sure others will disagree but I haven't found any negative effects on other ride characteristics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleanutz View Post
    Anybody know the reach numbers on the Echo frames? Specifically the large and XL? The geometry charts on the website don't mention this measurement.
    Echo Large measured (+-10mm) as
    Reach 430mm
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