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    Tracer 275c DVO

    Intense Cycles shows today the new limited edition Tracer 275c DVO.
    In fact, is the same version that the Pro built, but now offers a new colour frame, fork is the newest DVO Diamond 160mm travel and the shock is the Coil Jade. Also the rear derailleur and the Flow rims has a custom decals.
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    Good looking bike. I'd make a few changes but that's mainly personal. preferences
    1. Chromag BZA bars in green, black Chromag stem, Chromag Trailmaster saddle, Chromag squarewave grips
    2. Hope Tech V4 brakes, 203 mm front 183mm rear Hope floating buzzsaw rotors
    3. Thomson stealth dropper
    4. Carbon hoops with Chris King hubs

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    Trust me, the pictures don't do it justice!! This bike looks awesome in person and the ride is amazing....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SRALPH View Post
    Good looking bike. I'd make a few changes but that's mainly personal. preferences
    1. Chromag BZA bars in green, black Chromag stem, Chromag Trailmaster saddle, Chromag squarewave grips
    2. Hope Tech V4 brakes, 203 mm front 183mm rear Hope floating buzzsaw rotors
    3. Thomson stealth dropper
    4. Carbon hoops with Chris King hubs
    My preferences:

    ENVE Mtn stem
    ENVE DH bar
    ENVE M70 wheelset with I9 hubset
    Race Face next SL crankset.

    Check out more info: Tracer T275C DVO Limited Edition - Pinkbike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Trust me, the pictures don't do it justice!! This bike looks awesome in person and the ride is amazing....
    Like all Intense Cycles!!!.

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    Just tried to get one, apparently not coming to Canada until the fall (if at all) according to my shop's supplier. Sad panda

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    What does it weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Trust me, the pictures don't do it justice!! This bike looks awesome in person and the ride is amazing....
    And how much is it with that build?

    Is green the only color option?
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    So good looking and green is rarely my favorite color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old_Skool View Post
    So good looking and green is rarely my favorite color.
    And apparently it's the only color and it's free.

    My inquiry post above, unanswered.
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    Considering that the 951 DVO was only available with green bits, I think it's safe to say that will be the same for this build as well. As for price, it looks like it's a Pro build with DVO fork and shock, so I'd speculate that it's going to be a few hundred (?) more than the Pro's MSRP of $6600. Let's see how close I am when Sam chimes in
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    Quote Originally Posted by E-man View Post
    Considering that the 951 DVO was only available with green bits, I think it's safe to say that will be the same for this build as well. As for price, it looks like it's a Pro build with DVO fork and shock, so I'd speculate that it's going to be a few hundred (?) more than the Pro's MSRP of $6600. Let's see how close I am when Sam chimes in
    Yes, this will only be available as seen in the pictures. No frame-only option, just complete builds.

    USA MSRP: $6,899 (standard PRO build is $6599).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Yes, this will only be available as seen in the pictures. No frame-only option, just complete builds.

    USA MSRP: $6,899 (standard PRO build is $6599).
    Thanks for answering Sam, I'll start playing the lottery in hopes of a jackpot.
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    After seeing the 951 DVO in person, I can imagine how sweet this thing looks in the flesh. Thank goodness I have my newly-revamped Tracer VP to ride again this year to protect my wallet... Blue bikes are my favorite, but I do like green...

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    A few more teasers!

    Tracer 275c DVO-dvo-tracer-2.jpgTracer 275c DVO-dvo-tracer-3.jpgTracer 275c DVO-dvo-tracer.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Trust me, the pictures don't do it justice!! This bike looks awesome in person and the ride is amazing....
    Got my order in today! so stoked.....think it was the last XL shipping at the end of the month...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sconi View Post
    Got my order in today! so stoked.....think it was the last XL shipping at the end of the month...
    Nice!!
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    Nice to see that there are black bolts for the cable guides on the downtube now. Always felt like the silver ones looked that came with my T275. Looked like they were sourced from the hardware store.

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    Sam, stop it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    A few more teasers!

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    Hey Sam any divulge on the weight between the two builds?
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    How is the coil for trail riding? Currently building a t275 carbon and I'm planning on replacing the Monarch. Trying to decide between a jade with ti coil or a CCDBa CS. This bike will see jumps and occasional bike park duty. Maybe keep the monarch for lighter trail rides and a jade for bike parks and more aggressive riding considering I'll probably switch between the travel settings depending on the day's location.

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    Just curious, is the DVO stuff that great? I thought the pike and ccdba-cs on it were the shit. Is dvo making something better, or just more bling factor. hard to beat the pikes performance, and according to intense, the ccdba-cs was the "best shock you could get" (from a customer service rep). so what's so special, color, and maybe a fork and shock that are almost as good? I'm not a negative nancy, and it looks ****ing sick, but performance wise and durability wise, i'd be hard pressed to spend my dough on that much coin without the support of rockshox or cane creek. does dvo have the support and reliability that the other brands have? who knows, i might even get one just cus it looks dope, but I'd rather stick with a pike and CC because everyone knows and loves them. Would hate to drop that much $$ and not get the service RS and CC deliver. But I don't know anything about DVO. Maybe they're the cats meow. I've owned a pro build with ccdba-cs, and I'm getting a new bike. besides color, is the dvo shit worth it, or am i just getting bling. either way, getting another T275C, but i'd like to know more about the dvo stuff. doesn't seem like there's that much support for them, so when you break something, is it coming in a week or in a couple months. Like I said, I've owned one of these and will buy another, but I'd love more info on the DVO stuff. Not just that it "looks sick"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Hey Sam any divulge on the weight between the two builds?
    Standard pro build is almost exactly 28lb, DVO edition bike is almost exactly 30lb.

    Both bikes weighed in medium with tubes, not tubeless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    Standard pro build is almost exactly 28lb, DVO edition bike is almost exactly 30lb.

    Both bikes weighed in medium with tubes, not tubeless.

    Nice weight for all that bike. Thanks!
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    Got to ride one of these baby's today. Might have been a size to small but WOW that bike is awesome.

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