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    Intense Cycles Factory Forum

    I thought this would be a cool way to give some insight into the daily happenings here at the Intense factory. I'll be posting random photos from the shop as often as possible. Feel free to add requests, and let me know if there's anything you'd like to see more of! Let's keep the comments positive please! Here are a few to start-

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    Kenny finishing up assembly on an Uzzi frame

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    Was just able to snap this one of world-famous Rick the Welder doing what he does best, layin' dimes!

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    All that sweet goodness like colorful gumdrops so close to Christmas...Shame on you Sam!!


    BTW Thanks for those bearings... (and stickers)

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    I'm a Tig welder at Boeing, I also do the Heat Treat. Is it possible to see the Heat Treat set-up, I believe it's like the set-up here, a "drop-bottom"? I wish I could go in there and weld my own frame. I love to see pics of the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Was just able to snap this one of world-famous Rick the Welder doing what he does best, layin' dimes!
    I miss him posting here! But good to see he is still creating art.

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    Can we see some of the Asian composite side of things? Are they painted in Asia or US&A?

    Also some of the design process, r&d, prototype bikes etc

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    Sam, I noticed that the Uzzi frame that Kenney was finishing up has a Crane Creek DB air shock. Does intense recommend the standard air canister or the XV canister?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thelma Viaduct View Post

    Also some of the design process, r&d, prototype bikes etc
    Prototype bikes? Haha you know I can't do that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dab View Post
    Sam, I noticed that the Uzzi frame that Kenney was finishing up has a Crane Creek DB air shock. Does intense recommend the standard air canister or the XV canister?
    We recommend standard can for the Uzzi, but based on personal preference on how you'd like the bike to ride you can play around with the XV can as well as volume adjust spacers.
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    Fresh candy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by azmxr177 View Post
    I'm a Tig welder at Boeing, I also do the Heat Treat. Is it possible to see the Heat Treat set-up, I believe it's like the set-up here, a "drop-bottom"? I wish I could go in there and weld my own frame. I love to see pics of the shop.
    Correct, industrial drop-bottom furnace. I'll try to grab a pic for ya later.

    EDIT: This is what you're looking for

    To the Point: Heat Treating Aluminum Frames - Pinkbike
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    Sam - thanks so much for putting these up! I took a tour a few years ago and was definitely a great day!
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    Gettin' JIGgy with it!



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    This is such a cool thread, thanks for posting Sam!

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    More frames being born

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    Awesome pictures, makes me appreciate my 13 Uzzi even more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
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    those welds look more like nickels
    breezy shade

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    Hmmmm the Intense factory in Temecula. What could possibly be missing from these photo's.......INTENSE RED WITH YELLOW GRAPHICS. The color scheme that built the name.
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    From raw material to aluminum art

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
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    Awesome! Throw some Intense red on there now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Awesome! Throw some Intense red on there now.
    Just for you...Kovarik's M1 Frame

    Also, watch him shred in a new edit released today: Summer of Summit: Segments - Chris Kovarik - Pinkbike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Just for you...Kovarik's M1 Frame

    Also, watch him shred in a new edit released today: Summer of Summit: Segments - Chris Kovarik - Pinkbike

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    Kovarik is beyond rad... the man can shred like no other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gretch View Post
    Kovarik is beyond rad... the man can shred like no other.
    Thank's for that I got my red fix on.
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    Machine Shop Monday!

    Lower links mid-production

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