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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    New bike day for me too. Still undecided on pedals so for now my pedals on ym Trek will have to do.

    Sick!

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    My one regret of Mountain Bike Oregon, was not demo-ing a Mach 5.7 Carbon. Next year, I will rectify that problem! Great looking bike, and I'm interested to hear how that seat post holds up. At least some companies have it right with the cable actuation on the BOTTOM of the post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    New bike day for me too. Still undecided on pedals so for now my pedals on ym Trek will have to do.

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    This will be my next bike

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    Some new parts

    Race Face Deus Stem 157G and Love the Easton Monkey Bars 270g.
    its a new build, so everything is going to be new, or new to me at least!
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    Got some parts in for my newest build
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    WHAT, WHAT, WHAT!?!? I thought they were only producing 160mm travel in the 34mm stanchions
    Ya, its not even up on foxs site yet...got hooked up by a guy who demos stuff. Supposed to be new for 2013.

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    Winter project...

    Here's what I picked up yesterday after work. It will take all Winter to get the rest of the parts...but I'll have a new ride when Spring gets here!

    Next purchase will be a Niner carbon fork...this bike is going to be rigid.
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    Finally got around to installing this stuff..

    X0 rear derailleur, PG990 cassette, and X0 shifters. I like.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoHeadsBrewing View Post
    My one regret of Mountain Bike Oregon, was not demo-ing a Mach 5.7 Carbon. Next year, I will rectify that problem! Great looking bike, and I'm interested to hear how that seat post holds up. At least some companies have it right with the cable actuation on the BOTTOM of the post.
    I'll keep the forum tuned on the post. I was hesitant, but the design is air pressure based instead of hydraulic. Works like an office chair. The LBS said thus far only 1 had warranty issues, and it was clearly user error (something with the installation I think). We'll see how it goes.

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    Badazz bike.
    Thanks!

    Got the first ride in Friday. Bike felt good on the climbs, similar to my Fuel. on the descents though, it flew. I was surprised how much quicker it was. It's a lot lighter then my Fuel as well, which changed the handling a bit. It was awesome overall.

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    2013 superfly al. this is the only picture in existence. lol ive been looking forever!!

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    this is a huge upgrade to my current mtb. mid 90s gt aggressor thats too small for me!! i cant wait to pay it off! luckily my lbs does a layaway deal sometimes. should be here in a few days hopefully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpeppyx View Post
    Got some parts in for my newest build
    Amazing! Can't wait to see it...Jedi is one of my favs

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    New pedals:

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    Thomson Elite Seat Post and Azonic QR Seat Clamp

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    Just installed a X9 front and a X7 rear derailleur.
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    A new frame to flog!





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    Turned to the Dark Side..

    At Least I'm not alone,
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    Ok start the roadie bashing now , but for the record I have not given up my mountain bike and it will forever be my baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElliotNZ View Post
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    i needed a new bike as i was always using my parents' hand-me-downs, but now im a large, as i am now 6 ft, so I got my own bike! it is so fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMacMan View Post




    That's a great cause to represent.....where did you get the jersey?

    Sorry for the multiple post, I'm getting ready to deploy so I'm taking advantage or the internet while I have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    New pedals:
    I got the same pedals. So far no complaints at all.
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    '13 Trek Madone 4.5/shimano ultegra 6700.

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    Sorry for the bad pic. The ipad2 doesn't have the best camera.
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    New "clutch" XT shadow derailleur:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason81 View Post
    I got the same pedals. So far no complaints at all.
    I had the "trail" version before with the metal cage. I realized my shoes didn't connect anywhere other than the sides of the pedal, and with these having the bigger sides it just made sense. First ride today with them and they were great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robncircus View Post
    I had the "trail" version before with the metal cage. I realized my shoes didn't connect anywhere other than the sides of the pedal, and with these having the bigger sides it just made sense. First ride today with them and they were great!
    They are a good pedal. They are my first pair so I have nothing to compare them to, but they got great reviews.
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    Tired of putting on zip lock bags/grocery bags over my socks and under my summer cycling shoes when it gets down to zero degrees (Celsius)




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    Fox Oasis

    $49 at blueskycycling.com... Needed a new one and the extra storage comes in handy especially when it gets cold.
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    2012 Rockshox Revelation RLT with 15mm Axle and 150mm of travel. I put about 15 miles on it today. It feels much smoother then the 130mm Revelation 426 that it replaced.


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    Quote Originally Posted by A1an View Post
    Latest purchase...

    beautiful ride bro!!

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    Hope Pro 2 EVO front hub
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    My new Revelation's - Can't wait to get these on my bike.
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    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplague View Post
    My new Revelation's - Can't wait to get these on my bike.
    Hey, that's what I just it on my bike. See post #3141. You're gonna like them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Hey, that's what I just it on my bike. See post #3141. You're gonna like them!
    I hope so! They are replacing some Fox 32 RL's, so at the very least I now have more buttons and dials to play with.
    Did you have to replace the splash bath oil in the lowers at all? I've heard that they can sometimes come with very little oil in them when new.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwiplague View Post
    I hope so! They are replacing some Fox 32 RL's, so at the very least I now have more buttons and dials to play with.
    Did you have to replace the splash bath oil in the lowers at all? I've heard that they can sometimes come with very little oil in them when new.
    I haven't opened them up yet. I figured I'd break them in first. I may reduce them down to 140, but I dought it.

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    Surprising enough, that's kind of my thinking with mine, the Fox's are set at 140mm and I have toyed with the idea of dropping the Rev's to 140mm, but I may try them at the stock 150mm and see how I like them.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    new toys for the SJ fsr =)
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    For my Karate Monkey.
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    Stans Flow EX 29er, Shimano RT-86 180/160 rotors, XT 9spd cassette. Still waiting on the rear 10mm thru bolt end caps from Stans for a DT Swiss RWS thru bolt.

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    Topeak Joe Blow Mountain pump to replace my 15 year old Hydrogen (Target special). This is Massive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drizzoh View Post
    This is Massive!
    Until you figure out that an air compressor works better.

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    Weapons of mass illumination!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drizzoh View Post
    Topeak Joe Blow Mountain pump to replace my 15 year old Hydrogen (Target special). This is Massive!

    Joe Blow is a great pump.

    15 years out of your old pump is impressive. I usually get 2-3 years out of my pumps but the Joe Blow feels more robust than some i've had in the past so i'm hoping for a few more good years out of her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pucked up View Post






    Weapons of mass illumination!
    are these DIY's?? if so, can you hook us up with the guide?

    thanks....
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    Avid Matchmaker '12 for cleaning up the bar a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Until you figure out that an air compressor works better.
    Lol I have one but it's a hassle to pull it out, find an extension cord and then let it charge up just for a few psi here and there. Also can't really take a compressor into the wilderness..

    Quote Originally Posted by 2_WD View Post
    Joe Blow is a great pump.

    15 years out of your old pump is impressive. I usually get 2-3 years out of my pumps but the Joe Blow feels more robust than some i've had in the past so i'm hoping for a few more good years out of her.
    Good to hear! My old pump is still working, but I'm tired of screwing on the presta adapters and having them release a few psi every time I remove them. Just wanted to eliminate that step all together. Excited to change it up and I'm intrigued by the PSI system on the Joe Blow. Perfect PSI here I come.
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    New 5.10 limited edition with insert. Very comfy.

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    purchased, not yet arrived, mr fedex tracking being monitored though
    All the gear and no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mik_git View Post
    purchased, not yet arrived, mr fedex tracking being monitored though
    Ooohhhhhh. Pretty!
    The 2012 version is sweet looking too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapski View Post
    are these DIY's?? if so, can you hook us up with the guide?

    thanks....
    Yes it's a DIY. The guide for how to is found here

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pucked up View Post
    Yes it's a DIY. The guide for how to is found here

    Good luck.
    thanks.
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    All of my new goodies came in the last week or so:
    Kinetic Road Machine trainer
    Carmichael's Time Crunched Cyclist
    A new set of tires for the roadie
    A pair of Nashbar leg warmers, which I absolutely love
    And also not pictured is a pair of winter riding gloves and a spoke wrench.

    The goal is to get fast this winter so I can hang with the sport guys next year rather than getting dropped in the first five miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    Ooohhhhhh. Pretty!
    The 2012 version is sweet looking too.
    Yes but the 26in version is impossible to buy... otherwise I would have one.

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    Time to start hitting some more technical feature on the bike. Not a full-on DH helmet, but a little extra just in case. Oh, and it's made with Earth friendly fibers. Nice.




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    Not pictured are a set of Mavic Open Pro grey 32 hole rims for my road bike (my Mavic Aksiums will go on my CX bike, which has massively crappy wheels, currently). $10/ea. for rims that originally retailed for $85/ea. Looking forward to learning to build my own wheels. Now to find a good deal on hubs.
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    Got some Marge Lites (rims) for the fat bike.

    One of the most fun and, lately, most ridden bikes I've got. Can't get enough.
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    Got my hands on these bad boys:




    Tried to give them some beauty shots before throwing them on the bike. Also snagged a North Face Jersey for a steal.

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    Best grips ever. I have the non lock on one's. Been using them since bmx days.

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    it looks too damn cool! for $45 why not.


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    WTB Wolverines and an X9 front der.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mik_git View Post
    purchased, not yet arrived, mr fedex tracking being monitored though
    That's gorgeous. Post pics of the build when you get it done, please.
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    new fork - Reba RLT, wheels - WTB TCS and tires - Bronson(F)/Wolverine(R) for my El Mar,
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    well, here's my Trancex X0. hopefully i can hold onto this one for a year. jeez

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    Fingers crossed that you can! That's a gorgeous bike you've got there.

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    faptastic!

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    Noice!

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    $80 CL find, Raleigh Gran Sport. Lol @ handlebar positioning. Perfect cheap commuter!


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    Its going to be like Christmas when it all gets here!
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    well worth the zillions of dollars in post it took to get here (stupid OZ post restrictions)
    All the gear and no idea.

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    pogies i can use on my commuter , already got pizza boxes as the mrs calls them on my MTB

    shes doing the strathpuffer this year - i can see her wanting a set for xmas

    some hot pink ones from hotpog.co.uk possibly

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    stemcaptain thermometor for my commuter also

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    Thought I'd try it for traction over rolling resistance even though people warned against it. And it was on sale


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    Thought I'd try it for traction over rolling resistance even though people warned against it. And it was on sale


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    It's definitely not a bad tire at all. Pretty good grip for SoCal conditions, and they get better as they wear down
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    Well...it was a lot of purchases that mashed into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail_rat View Post


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    Siiiiick

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    What does it weigh in at? Sick bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irishpitbull View Post
    What does it weigh in at? Sick bike.
    27lbs even.

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    well, here's my Trancex X0. hopefully i can hold onto this one for a year. jeez
    Finally a bike that can take 650b wheels Nicole! Just kidding, looking great, congrats.

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    Not really a purchase, But I got some used tires from my LBS, a Schwalbe Nobby Nic EVO, and a Specialized tire, not sure what model tho.

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    It's been almost a year, and still haven't adjusted back to a hard tail, or a 29er for that matter (from squishy 26). Trying a low cost change.

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    Back to the stock grips for a few rides until everything is dialed in, then I'll work the Ergons back in, or maybe something white. If I like it... new white stem to come as well..

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    new reba rl for my guardian! only paid $100!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swl7 View Post


    new reba rl for my guardian! only paid $100!
    NEW?!?! Nice deal!

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    Yeah that's a great deal. Does the seller has more stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swl7 View Post


    new reba rl for my guardian! only paid $100!
    Where did u find such a good deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swl7 View Post


    new reba rl for my guardian! only paid $100!
    Good deal for sure! I just got one for $50 off a friend, but its seals are blown and it needs a complete rebuild.

    Also, you may want to reroute your front brake cable. As its run right now, its liable to snag on something . . .
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    The deal was from airborne. They had a sale for three remaining forks. That's what I call good marketing. As for the front cable routing, it's fine how it is. It's short enough for me to not get it snagged. Thanks though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swl7 View Post
    The deal was from airborne. They had a sale for three remaining forks. That's what I call good marketing. As for the front cable routing, it's fine how it is. It's short enough for me to not get it snagged. Thanks though.
    He means run it on the inside of the fork leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swl7 View Post
    The deal was from airborne. They had a sale for three remaining forks. That's what I call good marketing. As for the front cable routing, it's fine how it is. It's short enough for me to not get it snagged. Thanks though.
    ah yeah, that would be better most likely. thanks to the both of u.

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    Perfect! Nice deal on the fork by the way!

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    Got some RXL wheels for $250! (plus this bikes barely a month old)


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