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    Nicolai
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    Nucleon AMs Arrived!

    haha, busy building one of them up now.. converting an AFR to rohloff.. then the other two frames..

    Some quick , bluury iphone low light low res photos... haha more detailed pictures to come!







    custom dizzy camo green. with self selected 3 x RAL colours

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    Very nice.Love the Dizzy green camo

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    attitude - are all your clentele in singapore ?

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    Nicolai
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    hi TLR, yes they are but cycling has picked up in recent years so many man made trails ( paved) and many overseas rides to islands in Batam, Trails in Changmai Thailand, Neighbour Malaysia Mountain trail happens almost every month now! Hence more customer are into non-main stream brands with custom options for their liking

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    Mean ass looking Nucleon AM.... What was the weight if I may ask?

    I love my Nucleon TFR, but have to be totally honest and say, the increased weight is just not enough of a swing for me to keep my TFR built up, so always end up going back to the FR....

    Sorry to go off topic, so again, be keen to hear the weight of the Nucleon AM...

    That dizzy camo looks sick, very cool indeed...
    The_Lecht_Rocks: whafe - cheeers - may i offer an official apology for the wagon wheeler "dis-belief"

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    nicolai are really knocking out some supremely impressive framesets !

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    I'd also love to know the weight of a "real" Nucleon AM. Much as I love my Helius AM it's already eaten one rear mech and I damaged another last night with a spectacular laydown slidding bail... having no rear mech to Bu**er is still a good idea for the likes of me... but the 10lbs penalty of my old Nucleon is not worth it!

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    I must say Attitude, you create some absolutely stunning builds. The attention to detail is awesome.

    Always look forwards to opening a new one of your build threads. Eye candy stuff indeed.

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    Wow... simply stunning!!!
    Check my Site

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    Thanks guys for your comment and feed back, we are constanly improving and detailing is what Nicolai is all about to start off with! so the only way is to enhance it!

    here's the AFR with rohloff converison ! ENjoy!

    http://attitudebikes.wordpress.com/2...-helius-afr-r/


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    Been a while since our last updates, this Heilus Travel As well

    http://attitudebikes.wordpress.com/2...helius-travel/


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    Two Nucleons Arrives, Was too excited to build the Sulfer yellow one in SIze L i forgotten to weight it , the Fire Department red size S frame/anodized rear swing arms with shock and headset weights 9kg flat.

    Yellow nucleon complete build 18.5kg.

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    ATT. Get a full pic of that afr up

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    steep fast and loose :)
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    att - are you on facebook / updating on any social site ?
    i want to follow your builds

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    Yes we are on facebook just Add us on facebook with email info@attitudebikes.com

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    Wow! That Afr is a work of art,green annodized flow rims............very pimp.

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    ATT. How did you go about stripping the 4.2 rims on the H-travel? Pm if you prefer.

    Cheers

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    Hi RPM, nothing magicalm due to the high Quality material use by DT swiss 4.2rims, we choose the white colour ones and have them paint removed by paint remover, give it a light sandpaper job to create the gradient and a light clear coat. Custom replicated decals to take away the red which the customer dislike

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    Oops, forgot they did painted ones, thought you had somehow stripped the ano!

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    Ano can only be painted over. like the flow rims on the nucloen am

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