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    Any ride reports yet?

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    Finally Finish

    Here is mine... 14 kg. (30.9 lbs.) with pedals... Now let's go out and ride!
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    Wow, very nice...like the pic with the driver 8.

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    Looking forward to hearing how the SIXC cranks hold up; they look nice! Real nice build.

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    The picture looks like your right brake lever is hooked up to your front brake. I've seen some ex motorcycle guys set it up like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuuk
    The picture looks like your right brake lever is hooked up to your front brake. I've seen some ex motorcycle guys set it up like that.
    Plus NZ, Aussie, UK (not sure about the better part of Europe) and probably a whole bunch of other countries outside of the US. The pros and cons have been debated endlessly in other threads, with no real reason for changing from the motorcycle setup. IMO the front brake on the LHS makes for fugly cable-routing, but other than that it's personal preference.

    I would love to have a back-to-back ride on a carbon gonad and Mojo HD. Anyone ridden both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by El3ctroplatano
    Here is mine... 14 kg. (30.9 lbs.) with pedals... Now let's go out and ride!
    Man, you gave me some inspiration for my new bike! Awesome build! Congrats!

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    sweet build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black RONIN
    Man, you gave me some inspiration for my new bike! Awesome build! Congrats!
    Did you not like your Mojo HD?
    "It looks flexy"

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    EXACTLY! FOR MY MOJO HD! But it hasn't arrived yet!
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    Here's my black one. 29.4lbs without pedals.
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    How do you ride it w/o pedals? (j/k)
    "It looks flexy"

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    LOL.. I had it weighed at the shop before i brought it home and put my own pedals on it.

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    Yes, I need to cut some cables and knock the headset race down, I was just pretty stoked and wanted to take a pic now :0








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    that's a great black, gold/yellow combo. nicely done stunzeed - now go get it dirty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stunzeed
    Yes, I need to cut some cables and knock the headset race down, I was just pretty stoked and wanted to take a pic now :0



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    for me too much
    but awesome ride !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbjtd
    Wow... nice rigs. However for close to the same price i think i'd go with this.... fun factor 10x ;>)

    Shity geometry...I'll stick with a carbon Nomad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfmoto39
    Shity geometry...I'll stick with a carbon Nomad.
    Yeah, who wants a single pivot 69'er anyway?
    "It looks flexy"

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    You get the BLING award...very nice

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    27.4 lbs ftw.

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    Headset for Nomad Carbon

    What's the headset on that black nomad with the Lyrik fork?

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    Love the gold, nice job!

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    Dam mrbeef(I HATED WRIGHTING THAT) you make me want to sell my 08!Real clean...

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    How can you run a 2.2 tire on back? I blew out my Prowler Mx 2.3 and had to put my UST Mtn King 2.4 and it looks like a 1999 2.1 tire. So skinny!
    "It looks flexy"

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    Just over 29 lbs with Coil sprung plushness front and rear, new 980 drive. Used an 1/18 fork with an internal HS to keep the front end low.

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