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    Thanks! I'm really happy with the build. Rims are 40mm carbons, not from derby though. Can't wait for the snow to melt and take it for a ride.
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    Ya think its the first one I've seen, very nice! Whats the wheel set? Derby rims? 27 lbs is crazy light for what kind of bike it is and size

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    Thought I would show of my T275 Expert. It was part of a demo fleet in Big Bear, CA and got it pretty cheap at the end of the bike park season as a park bike. I converted to tubeless after pinch flatting my first ride. I also had to have the dropper post rebuilt. Outside of that it is a solid bike and it blows me away how well it pedals with so much travel! I unfortunately spend most my time on the Spider Comp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus1029 View Post
    Thanks! I'm really happy with the build. Rims are 40mm carbons, not from derby though. Can't wait for the snow to melt and take it for a ride.
    Im with ya about the snow and its need to get the HELL OUT OF HERE! But its kind of starting to show sings of warming up here in newhamshire. Have you gotten any rides on the bike or wheels? What rims do you have, nexti? I really like my Derbys but wouldn't mind trying some other wide carbon rims
    Once you go slack, you never go back!

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    Probably looking a few weeks outs before the snow melts here, but no rides as of yet on the bike or rims. I got my rims from iplay, but in the end, I believe they are all made in the same place.
    Quote Originally Posted by vice grips View Post
    Im with ya about the snow and its need to get the HELL OUT OF HERE! But its kind of starting to show sings of warming up here in newhamshire. Have you gotten any rides on the bike or wheels? What rims do you have, nexti? I really like my Derbys but wouldn't mind trying some other wide carbon rims

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    I am thinking of putting a 1 degree Works Components head set on mine when I get it. Anyone else try this?

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    Here's mine. I just finished building it, and I figured I'd take a few pics before I get it dirty (tomorrow). Came in just under 27lb (26.9).

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    Just finished building mine. Bought the frame 6 weeks ago and then started acquiring all the components. It's still too snowy and/or wet to ride trails around here, but took it for a spin today and it feels pretty awesome.

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    Getting there...
    Just have to put the dropper post on and my new wheels are coming in today (light-bicycle with Hope hubs, spare wheel set on there now).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jduffett View Post
    Here's mine. I just finished building it, and I figured I'd take a few pics before I get it dirty (tomorrow). Came in just under 27lb (26.9).

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    Nice build what are your rims?

    Got out on dirt for the first time yesterday, so much fun! I feel guilty I ordered a new bike
    Once you go slack, you never go back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vice grips View Post
    Nice build what are your rims?

    Got out on dirt for the first time yesterday, so much fun! I feel guilty I ordered a new bike
    They're Derbys.
    I felt guilty just swapping out all the parts that came on it - gonna be a long time before I can justify replacing this bike! What did you order?

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    Trek remedy 9.8, wanted a little more xc kind of a bike. Kind of wanted a an other 27.5 wheeled bike because I could have used my derby wheels on it. Guess I'm going to have to buy some 29ers now
    Once you go slack, you never go back!

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    had mine out for 2 big rides now, already made some changes (28T up front, MRP AMG - not shown) and a sturdier back tyre is on its way ... bike fits me well and rides great, the marzocchi is an eye opener too. better still, i only twigged today that i've been riding it in short travel mode








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    Quote Originally Posted by jduffett View Post
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    amazing bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragetty View Post
    sweet Rig.

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    Just picked it up yesterday.
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    Drool. Im not fit enough for a rig like that. congrats. enjoy that bad boy.

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