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  • 03-22-2015
    manosstiv
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    Hi all,
    I searched the thread because i want to change my setup from 160mm to 180mm rear travel for more downhill fun. I had back thoughts for climbing but as i m reading here, you have not climbing issues. So i decide to go for longer rear travel and will post my experience. i attached photos of my riding toy. :thumbsup:
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  • 03-22-2015
    jojotherider
    Pretty. Is that the works blue? Not sire if there were other blues or not...
  • 03-23-2015
    manosstiv
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jojotherider View Post
    Pretty. Is that the works blue? Not sire if there were other blues or not...

    Thanks. Yes that's it. As far as know that blue is the only version. Works blue means that you can see aluminium through the paint
  • 05-12-2015
    AndrewShulik
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    Hi every1

    here is mine, almoust done

    sorry for the potato photo

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  • 05-27-2015
    Boot
    Where, oh where, is the new Uzzi?????

    Mines well used and Im looking to replace it in near future. Any news or gossip?
  • 07-28-2015
    Boot
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Boot View Post
    Where, oh where, is the new Uzzi?????

    Mines well used and Im looking to replace it in near future. Any news or gossip?

    Well that's it. My Uzzi has died. Cracked rear triangle and no spares from Intense.

    Rest in peace buddy.

  • 07-28-2015
    AndrewShulik
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  • 07-28-2015
    Wheezy
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  • 07-31-2015
    SparkyAlumni
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Boot View Post
    Well that's it. My Uzzi has died. Cracked rear triangle and no spares from Intense.

    Rest in peace buddy.


    I'm dying inside!!!
    PS: I have no experience with them, but, check out these guys (it's worth a shot):
    Photo albums | GripSport

    Also, I've heard the name "Pyrobike"/"Pyrotech" thrown around the forum as well.

    Best of luck.
  • 07-31-2015
    jojotherider
    Uzzi Experiment by Joel Miranda, on Flickr

    I picked up an old 888 to try out on my Uzzi. I liked it a well enough for some casual park riding at Stevens Pass. It was nice to have a stiffer fork for Stevens compared to my Fox 180 Talas that's normally on there.

    I plan on doing more park riding so I did end up selling one of my other bikes and picking up a Session. Maybe the Uzzi will end up getting sold so I can buy a Tracer. :) The Uzzi is just so fun everywhere though.

    -joel
  • 08-03-2015
    Wheezy
    ^^ That's awesome. Been considering doing the same for quite a while now and for some reason have never pulled the trigger.
  • 08-03-2015
    AndrewShulik
    and I grab ,y uzzi for do it all thing

    when i want i put on 200mm fork and dh everything, in local city spots use 180mm single crown
  • 08-31-2015
    mrholman2000
    Large 2012 Intense Uzzi, with green Fox 180 36 Coil Forks compete with spare springs. Rear shock fitted with 500lb Ti spring (I am 14 stone).
    XTR rear mech and trigger, Saint cranks and 34T Renthal Ring and new Saint pedals. Reverb dropper with Fizik Gobi, saddle, Hope V2 brakes with braided hoses and 203 rotors fitted to 2012 Havoc Wheels with Orange Hubs..... Tyres available are either Barons, or DH Swampthings or DH high rollers, buyers choice..
    Rental 50mm stem and Uncut Fat Bars
    Chris King headset, Shimano Bottom Bracket.
    Bike is in awesome condition having been used a couple of times only. All original receipts available.
    email or call at 408) 753-0672 or jenkinsmichael692@gmail.com

    Reasonable offers only, No Trades, Will ship globally
    Any number of pictures available, please supply email address....
  • 09-02-2015
    Christopher Robin
    Have any of you ever weighed your Uzzi frames? (with or without shock)
  • 09-02-2015
    jojotherider
    Out of curiosity, what would the point of weighing only the frame be?


    Anyone here running an XT 10 speed with a oneup 42t cog? My LBS said he couldn't do the install because of the way it hung off the hanger and that it didn't line up well. I could buy the rad cage for an extra. I ended up with x9, but I was just curious what others experiences were.
  • 09-02-2015
    Christopher Robin
    Comparison to other frame weights to determine rough build weight.

    Sent from my D6653 using Tapatalk
  • 09-02-2015
    jojotherider
    Ah, that makes sense.
  • 11-05-2015
    Kung Pao
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    I know Im a little late joining the Uzzi family but heres my new baby. I have previously owned Intense Carbine SL, Carbine and Tracer T275c. I still have the T275c but I wanted a dedicated park/shuttle bike. I was originally looking to build up a 951 but decided on this Uzzi instead. I have no regrets, heres vid of my first ride on her a couple weeks ago;
    Telonics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ukHRW0I2MU
    Snow Summit Bike Park:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oufd0Ir6KtA
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  • 11-05-2015
    Shredman69
    Cool Kung Pao! How do u like it? How does it compare to your tracer?. Nice vids too, I'm actually going to ride Aliso tomorrow. Prob Lynx and Rock it or car wreck. I haven't ridden telonics yet though cause my riding buddies are too scared. I just mounted my camera on my frame so I'll post some vids when I get back.:thumbsup:
  • 11-05-2015
    Shredman69
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Christopher Robin View Post
    Have any of you ever weighed your Uzzi frames? (with or without shock)

    My size small raw Uzzi was 8.3lbs with a CCDBA. I have an X2 on it now and it's a little lighter. My total bike weight is 28 pounds even.:cool:
  • 11-06-2015
    Kung Pao
    Sweet Shredman Telonics is by far my favorite trail at Aliso. You need to try it, its definitely a HUGE step up from Lynx, car wreck and Rock it. It is a very steep fast trail. Its hard to compare the T275 to the Uzzi, I would say the T275 is definitely lighter, more easy to flick around and very "poppy" off jumps. The Uzzi is confidence inspiring, way more forgiving especially on the rough stuff and super fun to just point it down. I have rode my T275 down Telonics a bunch of times but the Uzzi makes it easier. I dont think I have the DHX dialed in yet. I have a Marz 66 Ti fork and I love it, it is butter smooth, but I am still trying to get the DHX to match it right now.
  • 11-06-2015
    Shredman69
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Kung Pao View Post
    Sweet Shredman Telonics is by far my favorite trail at Aliso. You need to try it, its definitely a HUGE step up from Lynx, car wreck and Rock it. It is a very steep fast trail. Its hard to compare the T275 to the Uzzi, I would say the T275 is definitely lighter, more easy to flick around and very "poppy" off jumps. The Uzzi is confidence inspiring, way more forgiving especially on the rough stuff and super fun to just point it down. I have rode my T275 down Telonics a bunch of times but the Uzzi makes it easier. I dont think I have the DHX dialed in yet. I have a Marz 66 Ti fork and I love it, it is butter smooth, but I am still trying to get the DHX to match it right now.


    Cool man! Yea, I'd love to do telonics, but I don't have anyone to shuttle it with. I've done suicide, (super fun too) and the guy I rode it with said telonics is a little easier. Speaking of Lynx, here's my vid from today, (with a little extra at the bottom). The vid of Rock it didn't work for some reason.

    http://youtu.be/EjkXhy1aLxs
  • 11-09-2015
    AndrewShulik
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    200 mm front test
    and i don't know how to back to 36 van... 40 rides amazing

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  • 11-09-2015
    jojotherider
    Have you ridden uphill with it yet? I had an 888 on mine for a week or so after riding some lift access. It wasn't the worst thing, but it sucked on any climbs. Plowing off stuff was pretty awesome. Going back to the 36 made it feel like a kids bike. It was fun to throw it around.
  • 11-09-2015
    AndrewShulik
    jojotherider, no i didn't try, coz Fox 40 - dh fork, and i dont do uphill on this bike, coz i build it for descent) it make no sense yeah ?)
  • 11-09-2015
    jojotherider
    So you only do lift or shuttle access with it? Or maybe hike a bike? I'd stay with the 40 also. Or maybe get an older dh bike. I picked up a 2010 session this year and its a lot more fun at the lift park for me. The stiffness at the back is a world of difference. I actually ended up selling my uzzi in favor of something less aggressive.
  • 11-09-2015
    AndrewShulik
    i do lift with my own hands)

    in local spot we have something like mini dh or super d, where the time of the track near 1 - 1,30 mins
    after that you take your bike and come up by your own ^)
  • 11-09-2015
    Kung Pao
    Oh Nice. Too bad I didnt see your post, I just rode Aliso yesterday (but I rode my T275) heres video of 5 Oaks, Rock It and Lynx from yesterday's ride.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KCxELs1AdQ
  • 11-09-2015
    Shredman69
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    Originally Posted by Kung Pao View Post
    Oh Nice. Too bad I didnt see your post, I just rode Aliso yesterday (but I rode my T275) heres video of 5 Oaks, Rock It and Lynx from yesterday's ride.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KCxELs1AdQ


    Nice runs man! Do u ride up from the park at the bottom? I've done a hike a bike up 5 Oaks once, cause I didn't know how to get to the trail head. I've only ridden up from the park. When I go up there though, it's usually on a Monday or Friday. It's a little crowded with hikers on the weekends.
  • 11-10-2015
    Kung Pao
    I go up to 5 Oaks from the streets. Its usually the first trail I hit because I park on Canyon Vistas. I just go thru the neighborhood up along the back yard of homes (just look for the water towers). I only ride on weekends, done 5 Oaks a ton of times and I have actually never seen a single hiker. Its a super fun trail you should check it out.
  • 11-10-2015
    Shredman69
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Kung Pao View Post
    I go up to 5 Oaks from the streets. Its usually the first trail I hit because I park on Canyon Vistas. I just go thru the neighborhood up along the back yard of homes (just look for the water towers). I only ride on weekends, done 5 Oaks a ton of times and I have actually never seen a single hiker. Its a super fun trail you should check it out.


    Cool thanks bro, I'll check it out next time I go.