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    Copperhead rode

    Just got the new Uzzi built. Pretty happy with it.

    RTW, whadda ya think about your work?
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    Imagine stumbling through the woods and finding THIS

    This just got copied into my `Uzziporn` folder:
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    2010 Intense Uzzi
    2009 Wilier Izoard

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    Sweet!

    Hey MtnbikerX, Nice work on the new bike. Love the copper with iodine wheels. I started a new thread asking for opinions on the Hammerschmidt with an Uzzi and haven't got any responses. Would you mind giving a quick synopsis of what you like or dislike about the Hammerschmidt with your Uzzi? Thanks and congrats on the new rig.

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    Tld

    I can't think why anyone would NOT like the Hammer on anything. I had a works blue Uzzi last year and rode it mostly in the woods but one trip with it to the mountain showed how versatile the HS could be. I had plenty of clearance under the bottom bracket, middle ring speed capability and could still handle the pedally stuff like I was on an XC bike. The shifting is instantaneous and it carries it's own bashguard. Also no issues with cross chaining. It works great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikerx
    I can't think why anyone would NOT like the Hammer on anything. I had a works blue Uzzi last year and rode it mostly in the woods but one trip with it to the mountain showed how versatile the HS could be. I had plenty of clearance under the bottom bracket, middle ring speed capability and could still handle the pedally stuff like I was on an XC bike. The shifting is instantaneous and it carries it's own bashguard. Also no issues with cross chaining. It works great!
    Nice Ride! DHX air, interesting......

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikerx
    Just got the new Uzzi built. Pretty happy with it.

    RTW, whadda ya think about your work?
    As usual, beautiful bike X.
    I am also curious about the airshock, all my friends with Uzzi VP's are running coils.
    Keep us informed.
    Sweet man !
    RTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikerx
    I can't think why anyone would NOT like the Hammer on anything. I had a works blue Uzzi last year and rode it mostly in the woods but one trip with it to the mountain showed how versatile the HS could be. I had plenty of clearance under the bottom bracket, middle ring speed capability and could still handle the pedally stuff like I was on an XC bike. The shifting is instantaneous and it carries it's own bashguard. Also no issues with cross chaining. It works great!
    Thanks for the reply! I am heavily leaning towards going that route. Its nice to hear you have really liked it. The help I have received so far on the forum has been great so thanks again for helping me out. Cheers

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