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    Quote Originally Posted by stiingya View Post
    You know that dual crown fork is gonna void your warranty...
    LOL. Actually just got done repainting that fork, with custom decals. looks much better now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickyx5 View Post
    You need an anthem frame for those components

    Really Crest? and KNCN goodies on a 6" travel frame?? What is next?? a SID??
    Generally speaking I agree with that logic as such light parts can limit the bikes ability to be thrashed! Which is what makes a 6" bike so much fun to ride...

    But parts scale with rider weight, flows may seem more logical for a 6" bike than Crests. BUT, a 300+ lb rider will on average bend the crap out of flows if they ride hard. So for that person it makes more sense to go with an even stronger/heavier rim. (of which notubes doesn't even make cause they must like the fact that DH's have to buy extra rims for replacement parts!)

    Looking at the whole set up of the bike it seems likely it's intended for a rider that weights in on the light side!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969 View Post
    LOL. Actually just got done repainting that fork, with custom decals. looks much better now!
    NICE! yea it does...

    Have you thought about going to a coil in the back?
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    I guess you are right .. If you are light, and easy on gears, you can get away with lighter parts.

    I'm a WW myself and a 145 pounds rider. I even succefully (well, I used the warranty just one time) used ZTR Race wheelset as my everyday rims on my "XC" bike for 2 seasons.

    But this bike, geez, at least some 27" wider bars (I think he already put ones a little wider). These bars are like 22"

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    [attach]647316[/attach
    my new Giant Reign XO with 180mm Fox Float RC2's and Fox RP2 rear shock.
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    Good job!

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    Here is my 7 day old toy.






    fantastic looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiingya View Post
    NICE! yea it does...

    Have you thought about going to a coil in the back?

    Actually I tried to put a Romic coil on it but the bottom "shock cage" would not allow
    the shock to be mounted. I'm not sure what kind of coil would work with that set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodd4721 View Post
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    my new Giant Reign XO with 180mm Fox Float RC2's and Fox RP2 rear shock.
    NICE! very cool...

    Quote Originally Posted by rep_1969 View Post
    Actually I tried to put a Romic coil on it but the bottom "shock cage" would not allow
    the shock to be mounted. I'm not sure what kind of coil would work with that set up.
    Well crap, I almost got rid of my old Romic and thought I should save it to try it on the Rx. (course it's been a year an a half since I had that thought) Guess there's no point in keeping it around anymore then...?
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    Fu*king awesome bike. Way above my skills.

    Changes from Stock:

    -Kind Shock i900r (must!)
    -Raceface Atlas AM 725 bar
    -PRO FRS 50mm stem
    -E13 Heim2 chain guide
    -Bash E13 Turbocharger 36T
    -SLX 36T chainring
    -Selle SMP Extra saddle
    -HT MAGNESIUM MN06SS Nano pedals
    -Avid Clean Sweep G2 203mm rotor (180mm to the rear)
    -Maxxis Highroller 42a ST DP 2.5 (front) e 60A DP Maxxpro 2.35 (back).
    -BB - XTR










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    Good job!

    Nice! Awesome to see a bike that looks like it's actually being USED!

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    beauty blue giant

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    Even though, I love shapes of 2012 Reign frame tubes, it's really bummer it has press fit BB :| so, you can't any kind of chain device
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    I like the metal shield underneath the rear shock to protect it on the 1st page as shown. I might do the same. Any tips on it?
    06' Gary Fisher Cake 2dlx with Azonic MTN X Pedals
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    Here is my 2011 Reign 1.
    After having the bike for 1 full week, I was finally able to take it for a spin.
    I was able to do some fine tuning with the help of Mr Snips.
    And the obligatory bike next to tree in yard pic.
    build spec:
    <table bgcolor="#FFFFFF" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%"><tbody><tr><td class="copymediumblue" valign="top">Fork: Fox 32 Float RL w/ 15QR 150mm Travel
    Shock: Fox RP2 Boostvalve w/ XV Sleeve
    Handlebar: Giant Connect SL, Low Rise 31.8
    Stem: 70mm Giant Connect SL
    Seatpost: Giant Connect SL, 30.9
    Saddle: Fizi:k Gobi XM (Giant LTD Edition) w/ K:ium Rails
    Shifters: Shimano SLX M660 Rapidfire, 3x10 Speed
    Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX, Direct Mount
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX Shadow, Top Normal, 10-Speed
    Brakes: Avid Elixir 5 (Giant LTD Edition), [F] 185mm [R] 160mm
    Cassette: Shimano HG81 11x36, 10 speed
    Crankset: Shimano SLX, 24/32/42
    Bottom Bracket: Shimano Press Fit
    Rims: DT Swiss E540
    Hubs: [F] Giant Tracker Sealed/CNC w/ 15mm Axle, [R] Shimano Deore, 32h
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal, 120 tpi, 26x 2.35 Folding
    </td></tr></tbody></table>
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    GIANT reign 1 2012

    Finally got a new MTB. All i can say is three words. Totally bad ass. I think this may be the best bike i've ever had. All stock except wider easton bars and stem. Took it on a shakedown ride at bootleg canyon this morning. The maestro suspension climbs so well and then on the flipside it tracks so well on the downhill. The only part i think is kinda cheap is the deore rear hub. Whats up with that? Anyway heres the pics to capture the real color. It is awesome in person,blood red.
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    Nice to see the Rockshox bits. That shade of red is very close to the original Reign at the top of this page...

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    I just got rid of my santa cruz blur carbon xc (great race/training bike) and got a reign one. so far I am very impressed i can still climb all the steep hills i did on the blur, but can now smash the dhs and not worry about cracking my frame.

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    Here is my 2010 Reign 2, size M. 12450g of pure fun






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    12459gms = 24.4lbs.,....

    What was changed from stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by E ! View Post
    Finally got a new MTB. .
    Is that a medium? What's it weigh?

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    What was changed from stock?
    Almost everything

    Frame - Reign 2 2010 size M - stock
    Fork - Fox Float R QR15 - stock
    Wheels - Mavic Crossmax ST 09
    Rotors - Ashima ARO-03 180/160
    Brakes - Hayes Stroker Trail
    Tyres - Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2,25 EVO
    Cranks - Race Face Deus XC
    Shimano XT triggers, cassette, and front & rear der
    Pedals - Shimano 540
    Saddle - WTB Rocket V Ti rails
    Seatpost - Giant Connect - stock
    Stem - Race Face Atlas AM 70mm
    Handlebar - Crank Brothers Cobalt 11 680 15mm rise

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    Quote Originally Posted by tungsten View Post
    12459gms = 24.4lbs.,....
    actually 12459grams = 27.45 lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickyx5 View Post
    actually 12459grams = 27.45 lbs
    You're right, I kinda' thought that was too good to be true.

    I'd entered 12450 into the converter..........

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    Wow, really nice bikes,
    I have question for you guys, currently I´m buying Reign 2 2012, since my LBS in Croatia doesn´t have bike in store, I can´t see what size should I get? I´m 183 cm (6´) tall, and I don´t know should I get M or L size, my inseam is 91 cm (35.8 inches). Main reason for my question is that, I used to have Glory 1 2007 M size, and I´m not certain in manueverability of the L size bike.

    Thanks

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    You'd be a large, Im 5'10 with a 31" inseam and the medium is perfect to a hair to small.. but it makes it nice for throwing around.. My brother has ridden the demo large reign 1 at my LBS
    and he's 6' and 36" in seem and it fits him great..
    2011 Reign, Fox rp23, 2012 Fox 36 Talas 160, Crossmax Sx, Sram X9 2x10 Group, XO brakes, Easton Havoc Bars (nice and wide!!)

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    good looking bikes.

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    my reign1 before i sold it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roscoedillan View Post
    my reign1 before i sold it.
    Nice, what did you get next?
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    Everytime you ride in mud, god kills a kitten.

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    2010 Reign 1 Action Videos

    Hi People,
    Can we post here videos of our reigns too? hope so, there is nearly no action here.

    Back in October, I broke my left arm in a stupid crash, and was off the bike for a long time. Still am.
    In the mean time, our local gang organized a totally amateur competion with friends from other parts of Portugal.
    A friend had just broken his Reign X lower link, so I borrowed him my 2010 Reign 1 (already in this thread) for that day.
    For your viewing pleasure, he is half of my age, twice my skills, and guess what: has a Gopro...
    I spent the day taking times, and driving up and down with a cast in the arm :-)
    Worth it, nevertheless

    First video from the "race", which has some (boring) uphills
    <iframe width="560" height="461" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/gxNKd4ZQTsM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    Second video, from the rest of the day, exploring other fantastic trails, in Sintra, Portugal:
    <iframe width="560" height="461" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/SQZdxRe2TWE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    Last edited by marsupilami; 01-01-2012 at 09:57 PM.

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    Fantastic!

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    Clicked through the last 6 pages or so, didn't see any 2011 Reign x1s, so here's my new toy. All stock so far, want to get a dropper seatpost, a quieter chainguide and maybe some brakes, not sure how i feel about the elixir 5s yet.


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    Just been though all 13 pages of this thread.

    I have a 05 Reign frame coming this week (hopefully, I haven't got shipping confirmation yet....) I picked it up for cheap. It will be my first FS frame to compliment my SS HT.

    The frame has the original Swinger on it and I plan on running it till it blows. Can anybody tell me about changing the shock out to a Van R? How does it change the bike? I know I am getting a head of my self I am just pumped to get the bike built up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsupilami View Post
    Hi People,
    Can we post here videos of our reigns too?
    Don't know how it's done in your country, but I think you should get your other arm broke for racing through people on multi-use trails with family's on them... riding sure, but seeing those two guys elbowing at each other for the single lane on "singletrack" with hikers on the trail up in ahead of them was pretty lame...

    I'm all for going fast, but that was some BS!

    (now if this was a DH course that isn't supposed to have people walking on it than I apologize, but it doesn't look like that's the case to me)
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    Quote Originally Posted by stiingya View Post
    Don't know how it's done in your country, but I think you should get your other arm broke for racing through people on multi-use trails with family's on them... riding sure, but seeing those two guys elbowing at each other for the single lane on "singletrack" with hikers on the trail up in ahead of them was pretty lame...

    I'm all for going fast, but that was some BS!

    (now if this was a DH course that isn't supposed to have people walking on it than I apologize, but it doesn't look like that's the case to me)
    Good news, bro!!! No need to break the other arm, the broken one is already healed !! I can break it again.
    And then I'll make sure to break one arm of everyone involved, for punishment of beeing part of such a terrible thing.

    pfff
    You might have your point, but that happened in about (that) 1% of the trail, and going uphill. Furthermore, we often share the trails with pedestrians, in peace and safety. The usual reaction is just joy, even if in "competition mode".
    I've made at least 10x more dangerous close calls in the last Mega alone, and it had a professional organization.

    Relax, dude. But don't get out of your glass bell jar, or you might get hurt. Or worst. You may cross a red light or something, and then as a coherent guy you are for sure, you'll just suicide yourself.

    If you agree, I'll break the two arms of the guys fighting for that position. Fair enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stiingya View Post
    Don't know how it's done in your country, but I think you should get your other arm broke for racing through people on multi-use trails with family's on them... riding sure, but seeing those two guys elbowing at each other for the single lane on "singletrack" with hikers on the trail up in ahead of them was pretty lame...

    I'm all for going fast, but that was some BS!

    (now if this was a DH course that isn't supposed to have people walking on it than I apologize, but it doesn't look like that's the case to me)
    Stiingya,

    I must add to the story ! I am the guy fighting for position with the blue helmet. Fortunately here in Portugal we don't fret on tagging trails for multi-use, horse use, trekking, biking, whatever. There are trails open for motorized, not open for motorized and not open at all and it works perfectly fine. In fact the people you say were "uuuhh" so frightened and at risk for us passing by in a 100 meter wide trail were actually cheering as we went by! But you know what ? I could be the one at risk for their unleashed dog... but well that would be the chicken and the egg story, no? Guess our reasoning.. Let's get along !

    Anyways as for you wishing for Marsupilami (what a stupid name F calls himself on the forum) to break another arm it almost got fulfilled but in the form of a wrist. Nonetheless I must say that you should conduct all that anger and practice reverse digestion of a big pole.

    Nice rides on your perfectly groomed, tagged and so civilized trails !

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    Quote Originally Posted by miguelfonseca View Post
    Anyways as for you wishing for Marsupilami (what a stupid name F calls himself on the forum)
    Don´t you dare cursing again on Marsupilami!!! He's the most awesome carachter ever!
    Francisco was already taken when I got here. I freak out when that happens.
    Enjoy your intact arms until I see you again, you hikker assassin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miguelfonseca View Post
    Stiingya,

    I must add to the story ! I am the guy fighting for position with the blue helmet. Fortunately here in Portugal we don't fret on tagging trails for multi-use, horse use, trekking, biking, whatever. There are trails open for motorized, not open for motorized and not open at all and it works perfectly fine. In fact the people you say were "uuuhh" so frightened and at risk for us passing by in a 100 meter wide trail were actually cheering as we went by! But you know what ? I could be the one at risk for their unleashed dog... but well that would be the chicken and the egg story, no? Guess our reasoning.. Let's get along !

    Anyways as for you wishing for Marsupilami (what a stupid name F calls himself on the forum) to break another arm it almost got fulfilled but in the form of a wrist. Nonetheless I must say that you should conduct all that anger and practice reverse digestion of a big pole.

    Nice rides on your perfectly groomed, tagged and so civilized trails !
    MEGA NANO LOL !!!!!!! Tugas kick asss

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    My new to me 05 Reign built with mostly stuff I had around. Thinking about bumping the fork to 160mm.


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    Reign 2.
    Atlas Bars.
    Straitline pedals.
    Custom powdercoat.
    The rest stock..
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    2012 Reign.
    2010 Rincon.

    i like bikes

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    anyone know what Reigns are coming to australia for 2013 only got 1 & 2 in 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooverGiant View Post
    Reign 2.
    Atlas Bars.
    Straitline pedals.
    Custom powdercoat.
    The rest stock..
    nice bro, love the black n gold, i got a 2012, 2 the same, so i gather you powder coated the links your self ? that would look nice with a gold stem, ive got a black market, underboss 50mm gold stem on mine n it looks dam slick.... i just put some deity dirty 30 bars on, there the bomb, i got the same straitline pedals as you in black n gold (JL special editions) your bikes lookin sweet mate, cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone's L'axeman View Post
    nice bro, love the black n gold, i got a 2012, 2 the same, so i gather you powder coated the links your self ? that would look nice with a gold stem, ive got a black market, underboss 50mm gold stem on mine n it looks dam slick.... i just put some deity dirty 30 bars on, there the bomb, i got the same straitline pedals as you in black n gold (JL special editions) your bikes lookin sweet mate, cheers
    Thanks man!
    I just got my new ring setup with bash.. I love it! Next is a Bionicon chain guide.
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    2010 Reign Updates

    Okay here is the latest installment of my 2010 Reign

    Picked up as frame only, the moved components from my 2008 Reign. Updated a few things along the way.

    Sun Charger Expert wheels run tubeless with Schwalbe tires
    Replaced my older XT with a newer set
    Replaced RP23 with Monarch RC3, have one ride on it.
    Added Bionicon C-Guide

    Off to test it out tomorrow after work.

    I am quite happy how the bike is setup, built to take some abuse, with some pretty heavy duty rubber to handle the steep, rocky and muddy terrain, and still just above 31.5 lbs as she sits. Here is how she looks now.

    Cheers
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    2011 Giant Reign 2

    After '08 Reign X and '10 Trance X, now I finally choose just the right weapon for myself:
    My medium sized 2011 white Reign 2 with Enduro/Super-D set up.

    Stock except some heavy upgrades:
    Fork: White Fox Talas 36 R 160mm.
    Wheelset: White ZTR Flow rims, Ano Red Loaded Precision spokes, Ano Red Hope Pro2Evo hubs.
    Tires: Kenda Nevegal Stick-E 2.50 front, Kenda Nevegal DTC 2.35 rear.
    Stem: White DaBomb Glock 45mm.
    Handlebar: White 170mm Pro FR-S Riser 40.
    Handgrip: White Odi TroyLeeDesigns.
    Brakeset: Shimano Zee with 203mm Shimano XT rotors.
    Shifters: Stock Shimano XT.
    Front Der: Stock Shimano SLX.
    Rear Der: 10-speed Shimano XT.
    Chain Retention System: Bionicon C-Guide.
    Crankset: 170mm Shimano XT Race 24-38T.
    Sprocket: 10-speed Shimano XT 11-36T.
    Shock: Stock Fox Float RP2.
    Seatpost clamp: Ano Red Hope.
    Seatpost: RockShox Reverb 125mm.
    Saddle: WTB Pure V.
    Sorry no in action photos yet...
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    2006 reign with mods

    will upload a better pic soon with newer parts

    sun ringle charger expert rims 2011
    fox rp2 2011 standard can(non xv ) 54mm stroke 200mm eye to eye
    rock shox lyric 2 step air 20mm axle 120mm-160mm
    juicy 5 front 180mm
    juicy 3 rear 160mm
    pro bars 700 wide 38mm rise os
    pro stem 70mm 10deg
    sram xo long cage rear mech 2007
    shifters; sram x7
    tyres; front maxis highroller 2.35 single ply
    rear; conti vertical pro 2.3 single ply
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    Hey Gembong, nice reign, any idea how much it weighs?

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    Two generations

    The 1998 ATX and its descendant!
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    My 2013 Reign 1:

    2010 Giant Trance X3
    2013 Giant Reign 1

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    An updated pic of my reign. Have more upgrades to make like shifters and brakes. Will post more pics once I do more.
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