Page 6 of 6 FirstFirst ... 23456
Results 251 to 292 of 292
  1. #251
    "El Whatever"
    Reputation: Warp's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Posts
    18,826
    Quote Originally Posted by Testmaen
    The new "C"-lever can be retrofitted.
    Might as well get one. I already have a 50mm and 57mm shocks on hand.
    Decisions, decisions...
    Check my Site

  2. #252
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    Might as well get one. I already have a 50mm and 57mm shocks on hand.
    Decisions, decisions...
    Dont think i would bother if i had a "B" lever,run it in the next hole down and be happy with that,Its only 2mm travel difference.

  3. #253
    "El Whatever"
    Reputation: Warp's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Posts
    18,826
    Quote Originally Posted by norcosam
    Dont think i would bother if i had a "B" lever,run it in the next hole down and be happy with that,Its only 2mm travel difference.
    Mine is an "A" with the plugged top hole. At any rate, the higher leverages fit better my meager weight.
    Check my Site

  4. #254
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    Mine is an "A" with the plugged top hole. At any rate, the higher leverages fit better my meager weight.
    Could you not just drop it to the next hole down from where you run it now.It does depend if you are a heavier rider.

  5. #255
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Posts
    635
    Nick-o-lai,

    have you built it up yet?

  6. #256
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Posts
    313
    Testmaen - sorry, no not yet!

    Am waiting for some new parts and a new set of wheels (ordered, parts in, not built yet). Planning on going 10 speed so am just waiting to get hold of the X0 stuff, which I don't think will be until October.

    Will post up some frame pics on the weekend. Still haven't had a chance to take any yet.

  7. #257
    mtbr member
    Reputation: 5c0tty's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Posts
    264

    Here is the spec on mine...

    Nicolai Helius AC - Setup Database



    Riding terrain conditions: Surrey Hills, Wales and Scotland trail centres, XC, Single Track and much more..

    * Rider info: Height 5ft11 Weight 12.6 stone.

    * Frame: Helius AC Medium in Kawagrun
    * Fork: Fox 32 Float 150mm Custom Kawagrun
    * Shock: Fox RP23
    * Brakes: 2011 XTR Race
    * Cranks: 2011 XTR Tripple
    * Shifters: 2011 XTR
    * Front Derailleur: 2011 XTR
    * Rear Derailleur: 2011 XTR
    * Cassette: 2011 XTR 10 Speed
    * Chain: 2011 XTR
    * Pedals: 2011 XTR SPD
    * Stem: Thompson 50mm
    * Handlebar: Easton EC70 MonkeyLite CNT XC Riser
    * Seatpost: Thompson layback
    * Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Ti Rail
    * Bottom Bracket: Chris King Black
    * Headset: Chris King satin black
    * Grips: ODI X-Trainer Lock-On Lime green
    * Wheels etc: Roval Traverse EL Disc Wheelset
    * Front Tyre: Bontrager XR4 TLR Team Issue 26x2.2
    * Rear Tyre: Bontrager XR4 TLR Team Issue 26x2.2
    * Inner Tubes: Bontrager Race X Lite 26x1.90-2.125
    * Cables: Shimano XTR

    * Overall Weight: 12.4kg or 27.3lbs

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/5c0tty/5233878149/" title="P1020895 by redhotgtir, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5287/5233878149_3e7a30eab2_b.jpg" width="1024" height="576" alt="P1020895" /></a>
    Nicolai Bikes in the South of England head to..
    http://www.head-for-the-hills.co.uk

  8. #258
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Posts
    108
    I see a lot of different variations here in this thread, almost all of which I am unqualified to assess right now, but would take too long to test, let alone think about much.

    So as a shortcut to thinking much, what do people think of the "default" complete bikes offered on the Nicolai website? Any obvious stuff to avoid or upgrade? Or better off getting the frame and suspension and going from there yourself?

    EDIT: Forgot the link - http://www.nicolai.net/46-1-Helius+AC+kompl.html

  9. #259
    "El Whatever"
    Reputation: Warp's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Posts
    18,826
    Quote Originally Posted by tantrumizer
    I see a lot of different variations here in this thread, almost all of which I am unqualified to assess right now, but would take too long to test, let alone think about much.

    So as a shortcut to thinking much, what do people think of the "default" complete bikes offered on the Nicolai website? Any obvious stuff to avoid or upgrade? Or better off getting the frame and suspension and going from there yourself?

    EDIT: Forgot the link - http://www.nicolai.net/46-1-Helius+AC+kompl.html
    At 4K+ Euro, you'd be better off putting the bike together yourself, IMHO with your own choice of components.

    The complete bikes from Nicolai have solid specs (maybe a little weak at the wheels in the Pro and Elite versions) and I personally would go for the Hope version even when I prefer Magura brakes (for no other reason that I have been using Maguras for over 6yrs now) if I had that kind of money.

    You may see a lot of variation here, but the central theme is the same. A trailbike of ~150mm travel with a mix of sturdy and light parts. It comes down to personal preference.

    Some people put more emphasis on suspension, others in light weight, some prefer Rohloff drivetrains, etc.

    I personally think that the AC is a very versatile bike that is rather easy to build right. But you have to also consider that the average Nicolai rider is someone who has spent some time on other bikes and knows what he/she wants from the bike.
    Check my Site

  10. #260
    mtbr member
    Reputation: dipper's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Posts
    1,407
    Complete bikes from nicolai are not available here in the uk qnd suspect further afield. hence they're all custom built.

    As warp says, I don't think they're hard to get right. Biggest decision would be coil or air and sturdy wheels versus light wheels.

    If it's a trail bike you're after I'd err on the side of sturdy as it'll be more fun.
    www.gravity-sports.co.uk

    flash bikes for flash gits

  11. #261
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    52
    To add some confusion I took delivery of my 2011 AC and it came with a "B" lever. This is a large frame and after the very helpful importer contacted Nicolai they stated that all 2011 take a 57mm stroke by Large and above have a "B" level and not a "C", good luck finding that on Nicolai's web site!

  12. #262
    mtbr member
    Reputation: sdr08's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Posts
    522
    Quote Originally Posted by smh151
    To add some confusion I took delivery of my 2011 AC and it came with a "B" lever. This is a large frame and after the very helpful importer contacted Nicolai they stated that all 2011 take a 57mm stroke by Large and above have a "B" level and not a "C", good luck finding that on Nicolai's web site!
    Hi, The link below has been posted on here before by someone else and it clearly shows on the last page that the small and medium frames are fitted with 'C' type levers where the large and XL frames are fitted with 'B' type levers for 2011. Hope this helps.

    http://www.nicolai.net/files/federweg-he-ac-2011.pdf

    Hope this link works.

  13. #263
    mtbr member
    Reputation: dipper's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2005
    Posts
    1,407
    Unless it's a 29er in which case the small and large use a b and the medium uses a c!
    www.gravity-sports.co.uk

    flash bikes for flash gits

  14. #264
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    "B " lever in second hole with a 57mm stroke will be close to a "C" in the top hole.

    Why have they done that

  15. #265
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    52
    It's also nice that the small and large have 147mm and the medium and extra large have 146mm. I know its a millimeter so not important its more that they know this and publish it, well if you can find the document anyway. Not many manufactures do this but then they also make it far less confusing as well when ordering a frame and wondering if your shock will fit.

  16. #266
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    * Rider height, weight, ride style e.g XC, endurance,trail, hucker etc

    * Frame, Size, & Color:Large,Ano Black,with Red extras
    * Fork:Bos Deville 140mm
    * Shock, i2i, stroke,CCDB 200x57mm Ti spring
    * Brakes:Avid X0 Red--203mm front 183mm rear,with hope floating rotors
    * Cranks:Sram X0,2x10,26-39.175mm,Red
    * Shifters:Sram X0 2x10,red
    * Front Derailleur:XX 2sp,high clamp bottom pull
    * Rear Derailleur:X0 2x10.36
    * Pedals:xtr
    * Stem:Thomson 70mm
    * Handlebar:Truvativ Noir Carbon
    * Seatpost:Thomson Masterpiece
    * Saddle:SDG Bel-air TI
    * Bottom Bracket:Chris king Red
    * Cassette:XX 11-36
    * Chain:Sram 10sp hollow pin
    * Headset:Chris King red
    * Grips:Odo lock on,Ano red clamps
    * Front Tire:Nobby nic 2.25 tubeless
    * Front Rim/ Spokes:Mavic SX
    * Front Hub/Skewer:Mavic SX
    * Rear Tire:Nobby nic 2.25 tubeless
    * Rear Rim:Mavic SX
    * Rear Hub/Skewer:Mavic SX
    * Cables:Black
    * Misc:
    * Overall Weight:Just below 30lbs


  17. #267
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Posts
    294
    - 22C in last week ...
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Nicolai Helius AC - Setup Database-sivuprofiili.jpg  


  18. #268
    "El Whatever"
    Reputation: Warp's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2004
    Posts
    18,826
    Quote Originally Posted by pergamonx
    - 22C in last week ...
    Sweet... how's the Van doing??
    Check my Site

  19. #269
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Posts
    648
    2 nice ac's

  20. #270
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Posts
    294
    Quote Originally Posted by Warp
    Sweet... how's the Van doing??
    VAN is ok. Have not yet had chance to test it in normal temps - allways less or more minus degrees. Changed oil to smoother ones. Perfect for winter conditions, at least that can I say.
    Like those angles now.

  21. #271
    steep fast and loose :)
    Reputation: The_Lecht_Rocks's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    3,270
    pergamonx - it looks really well thought out - when will we get a full ride report ?

    are they the carbon haven wheelset ?

  22. #272
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Posts
    294
    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks
    pergamonx - it looks really well thought out - when will we get a full ride report ?

    are they the carbon haven wheelset ?
    Let`s see
    Wheelset are normal Havens, not carbon ones. Pick those because wanted one lighter set, other three wheelsets are all between 1900g - 2100g. Tyres are not ultralight ones, there`s FA 2,4 TLR Trailstar in front and NN 2,25 TLR Pacestar in rear.

  23. #273
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Posts
    115
    Quote Originally Posted by norcosam
    * Rider height, weight, ride style e.g XC, endurance,trail, hucker etc

    * Frame, Size, & Color:Large,Ano Black,with Red extras
    * Fork:Bos Deville 140mm
    * Shock, i2i, stroke,CCDB 200x57mm Ti spring
    * Brakes:Avid X0 Red--203mm front 183mm rear,with hope floating rotors
    * Cranks:Sram X0,2x10,26-39.175mm,Red
    * Shifters:Sram X0 2x10,red
    * Front Derailleur:XX 2sp,high clamp bottom pull
    * Rear Derailleur:X0 2x10.36
    * Pedals:xtr
    * Stem:Thomson 70mm
    * Handlebar:Truvativ Noir Carbon
    * Seatpost:Thomson Masterpiece
    * Saddle:SDG Bel-air TI
    * Bottom Bracket:Chris king Red
    * Cassette:XX 11-36
    * Chain:Sram 10sp hollow pin
    * Headset:Chris King red
    * Grips:Odo lock on,Ano red clamps
    * Front Tire:Nobby nic 2.25 tubeless
    * Front Rim/ Spokes:Mavic SX
    * Front Hub/Skewer:Mavic SX
    * Rear Tire:Nobby nic 2.25 tubeless
    * Rear Rim:Mavic SX
    * Rear Hub/Skewer:Mavic SX
    * Cables:Black
    * Misc:
    * Overall Weight:Just below 30lbs

    NICE!

  24. #274
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Posts
    108
    OK, I'll play too.

    * Rider 186cm, c. 87kg, ride style - don't know yet, this and that

    * Frame, Size, & Color: Large, Ano Black,with Red extra love and white decal
    * Fork: Fox 32 Float FIT 150mm RLC
    * Shock: DT Swiss XM 180
    * Brakes: Shimano SLX 180/180
    * Cranks: Hammerschmidt FR (24t)
    * Shifters: Sram X9 2x10
    * Front Derailleur: Must have fallen off somewhere
    * Rear Derailleur: Sram X9
    * Pedals: Kona Wah Wah
    * Stem: Trutativ Stylo
    * Handlebar: Trutativ Stylo
    * Seatpost: Rock Shox Reverb 420mm
    * Saddle: Selle Italia - el cheapo
    * Bottom Bracket: Hammerschmidt
    * Cassette: Shimano SLX 11-34
    * Chain: HG-X
    * Headset: Acros AH07 red
    * Grips: Ergon GA-1
    * Front Tire: Fat Albert Snake Skin
    * Front Rim/ Spokes: Notubes Flow/DT Swiss Aerolite
    * Front Hub/Skewer: Shimano XTR
    * Rear Tire: Fat Albert Snake Skin
    * Rear Rim: Notubes Flow
    * Rear Hub/Skewer: Shimano XTR with the axle from a Saint
    * Cables: ?
    * Misc: I didn't expect to be sent an FR Hammerschmidt (expected the AM), but I couldn't be bothered changing it in the end, due to the raft of logistical hassles it would present. Also, Hammerschmidt pimpkit in red.
    * Overall Weight: I don't know. I don't want to know. It would just make me want to change things.

    This is my first MTB. It's probably totally extravagant for a first bike, but I was swung by someone's signature saying life's too short to ride bad bikes. And why should I ride around my 1500 EUR Cube for 2 years, all the while waiting for my Nicolai? I happily admit I now have all the gear and no idea.

    I wanted a Nicolai, because it was something different (in looks, approach, being not made in Taiwan, no yearly model "updates"), they focus on MTBs, they are German and I like Germany, they have a reputation for durability and the reviews were good. And they can take a Hammerschmidt, the reason I first came across them.

    I wanted an AC because 90% of the time I'll be riding to and in my local hills (not too drastically steep up or terrifying down, 500 vertical metres max) and the rest of the time I'll take it to the Alps and ride lifts up.... and I wanted a single bike for that. I tried an AM and it felt like a smooth-rolling tank. Pretty cool, but probably not needed so much here.

    Being a first bike, I'll be useless for ride reporting, so I won't bother. Suffice to say, unlike all the other bikes I've ridden (from friends, demos or hire), it's the only one that really felt like "my bike". I'm happy.

    The purchase process was frankly a bit of a nightmare. I'm not sure I would buy another Nicolai. I'll have to at least wait until I've forgotten about it.

    Here's a pic from the first ride. Friendly advice welcome on obvious setup mistakes. I asked an LBS to build it and maybe they've missed something. We have to do some work on the cabling soon (shorten brake cables and reroute a couple with some different cable guides).
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Nicolai Helius AC - Setup Database-nic_af.jpg  

    Last edited by tantrumizer; 03-29-2011 at 11:49 PM.

  25. #275
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    52

    Finally Got a Shot of my AC

    Looks bigger in the picture than it really is, although it is a large.

    Nicolai Helius AC - Setup Database-scaled_bike.jpg

  26. #276
    steep fast and loose :)
    Reputation: The_Lecht_Rocks's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    3,270
    smh151 - whats the weight please

  27. #277
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    52
    Not taken it to the shop yet to use their hook thingy and have no scales at home, based on previous bike though I'd say north of 28 lbs. I prefer that nothing breaks though.

  28. #278
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    Very nice but i would think about 29lbs

  29. #279
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Posts
    22


    * Rider info: Height 5ft10 Weight 13.6 stone.

    * Frame: Helius AC Medium in white
    * Fork: DT Swiss EXM 150
    * Shock: Fox RP23 BV
    * Brakes: Magura Louise Carbon 180f/160r
    * Cranks: Race Face with 38t chainring
    * Shifters: Rohloff
    * Front Chainguide: Rohloff
    * Rear Derailleur: Rohloff
    * Cassette: NA
    * Chain: SRAM PC1
    * Pedals: XT SPD
    * Stem: Thompson 70mm
    * Handlebar: Easton EA70
    * Seatpost: Gravity Dropper
    * Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Rail
    * Bottom Bracket: Chris King Black
    * Headset: Chris King Steel Inset
    * Grips: ODI Lock-On
    * Wheels Front: Mavic 819UST on Hope Pro II
    * Wheels Rear: Mavic 819UST on Rohloff
    * Front Tyre: Schwalbe Nobby Nic 26x2.25
    * Rear Tyre: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 26x2.25
    * Cables: Shimano XTR

  30. #280
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Posts
    14
    Quote Originally Posted by pergamonx View Post
    AC-height 545-555 has already tested and will be no problem - geo is even better compared to existing 535mm measured height and rear suspension is CCDB with 57 mm stroke and top hole in use, if someone miss this information...
    Sorry if I didn't get this,
    does this mean I could use a Lyric RC2L Coil U-Turn in an AC?
    (545 +/-5 vs 530mm)
    Anyone using this setup in the mountains?

  31. #281
    mtbr member
    Reputation: yetiman71's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Posts
    320
    My new AC 29er (2013 spec).



    Rider height, weight, ride style e.g XC, endurance,trail, hucker etc: 6ft 2", 80kg rides pretty much everything in Scotland......XC, trail, Mountains, wee hucks.

    * Frame, Size, & Color: Large Ano Black
    * Fork: Fox 34 Float
    * Shock, i2i, stroke: Fox Float R 200x57
    * Brakes: Formula RX 180/160
    * Cranks: Hammerschmidt
    * Shifters: XO / XT
    * Front Derailleur: None
    * Rear Derailleur: Saint Short Cage
    * Pedals: Deore Trail
    * Stem: Easton Havoc 35mm
    * Handlebar: Easton Havoc 35mm Carbon 800mm
    * Seatpost: Reverb
    * Saddle: SDG
    * Bottom Bracket: Truvative
    * Cassette: XT 34t
    * Chain: Connex
    * Headset: Hope
    * Grips: Lizard Skins Lock-Ons
    * Front Tire: 2.4 Ardent
    * Front Rim/ Spokes: Easton Haven alu
    * Front Hub/Skewer: Easton
    * Rear Tire: 2.4 Ardent
    * Rear Rim: Easton Haven alu
    * Rear Hub/Skewer: Easton
    * Cables: Shimano
    * Misc:
    * Overall Weight: 32.04lbs

  32. #282
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    Very nice.And stealth looking.

  33. #283
    mtbr member
    Reputation: thepimpmessiah's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Posts
    539
    Looks really good in the metal too.

  34. #284
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    1,096
    sweet :-) I have one kinda similar ;-) You like it I hope :-)
    Aka chainline...

  35. #285
    mtbr member
    Reputation: yetiman71's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Posts
    320
    It's early days but yeah I like it.....a lot

  36. #286
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Posts
    87
    Looking for a new frame to replace my Devinci Dixon. Hopefully a large Helius AC would build up around the same weight as my large Dixon (31.15 lbs) with a tough build.

    Has anyone out there weighed a large 2013 Helius frame with shock etc yet?

    Is the Nicolai bushing system very durable for up here in NE Scotland? My last bike with bushings (Banshee Spitfire) had mega issues with it's bushing system which wore out very quickly and wore into the frame.

    Looks like the perfect machine for the mud, rain and rocks of Aberdeenshire!

    Be very interested in size large build weights and opinions on durability of the 2013 models.

  37. #287
    steep fast and loose :)
    Reputation: The_Lecht_Rocks's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2007
    Posts
    3,270
    Scarlet, have you been in touch with gravity sports ?

  38. #288
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Posts
    87
    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lecht_Rocks View Post
    Scarlet, have you been in touch with gravity sports ?
    Thanks Lecht, I just had an email conversation with Gravity sports and they made an excellent offer for the frame only option. Think I am going to go for it, looks like a stunning bike for up here!

  39. #289
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    1,096
    I have heard there may be a Custom AC/AM29 frame/shock and forks available in May 2013, Now that the Ion29 has been signed off....
    Aka chainline...

  40. #290
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981


    Riding terrain conditions:Rocks/roots/steep/Xc/Trails,

    * Rider height, weight, ride style e.g XC, endurance,trail, hucker etc

    * Frame, Size, & Color:AC 650b Pinion
    * Fork:Revelation 650b RCT3
    * Shock, i2i, stroke. Rockshox Monarch RCT3 plus
    * Brakes:Avid XO Trail, 200mm front,180mm rear
    * Cranks:Pinion
    * Shifters:Pinion
    * Front Derailleur:
    * Rear Derailleur:
    * Pedals:XTR M980
    * Stem:Truvativ T40 75mm black
    * Handlebar:Bontrager Carbon Rhythym 750mm,15mm rise
    * Seatpost:Rockshox Reverb Stealth,Rh Shifter(running under bars LH)
    * Saddle:Sdg Ti
    * Bottom Bracket:Pinion
    * Cassette:Pinion
    * Chain:Sram PC 1091r
    * Headset:Reset Racing
    * Grips:ESI chunky
    * Front Tire:Nobby Nic 2.35x650b
    * Front Rim/ Spokes:Bor 1388
    * Front Hub/Skewer:Bor 1388
    * Rear Tire:Nobby Nic 2.35x650b
    * Rear Rim:Bor 1388
    * Rear Hub/Skewer:Bor1388
    * Cables:Sram,
    * Misc:
    * Overall Weight: 32.5lbs
    Last edited by norcosam; 08-08-2013 at 11:48 AM. Reason: Add photo

  41. #291
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Posts
    1,981
    * Rider height, weight, ride style e.g XC and Trail. 6ft 1"

    * Frame, Size, & Color:AC 650b Large, Ano black and red extras
    * Fork:Revelation 150mm RC3
    * Shock, i2i, stroke 215x63mm Rockshox Monarch RC3 Plus
    * Brakes:X0 Trail
    * Cranks:XO 2x10 26/39
    * Shifters:X0
    * Front Derailleur:X0
    * Rear Derailleur:X0 type 2
    * Pedals:Xtr
    * Stem:Truvativ T40 75mm
    * Handlebar:Bonrager Carbon 750mm
    * Seatpost:Reverb
    * Saddle:SDG
    * Bottom Bracket:Chris King
    * Cassette:Sram PG 1070
    * Chain:Sram 1070
    * Headset:Reset
    * Grips:ESI chunky
    * Front Tire:Nobby Nic 2.35
    * Front Rim/ Spokes:Stans Flow EX
    * Front Hub/Skewer:Bor MD7
    * Rear Tire:Nobby Nic 2.35
    * Rear Rim:Flow EX
    * Rear Hub/Skewer:Bor MD7
    * Cables:Jagwire
    * Misc:
    * Overall Weight:29.8lbs

    Last edited by norcosam; 08-10-2013 at 01:10 PM.

  42. #292
    mtbr member
    Reputation:
    Join Date
    Oct 2004
    Posts
    87
    Pikes finally arrived.

    26", front mech and granny ring. Perfect for the mountains of northern Scotland.
    Nicolai Helius AC - Setup Database-101_3373.jpg

    31.15lbs

Page 6 of 6 FirstFirst ... 23456

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •