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    Just built up an '08 Spark 10


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    Let me share this. Completely new build, picture has been taken during maiden ride. Now need to find appropriate bottle cage, but Iíve found itís not easy!

    Sparks...lets see em-spark_01.jpg

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    I'm using the Elite Ciussi Side on my Spark.With the Elite, I can remove and insert the bottle from the side.
    When it's 20 below freezing and the snow lays 10 inches deep, bicycle commuting kind of sucks.

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    I will sorely miss my Spark.

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    Wow. I guess there's no reason to post pics of my ride! It's just a lowly stock Spark30. LOL

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    Iíve found this. Pretty low profile, gives ~7mm gap between bottle and monarch GATE lever. If not enough will go for Cuissi Side, thanks regnar.jensen!

    Sparks...lets see em-spar_cage.jpg

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/20669947@N03/4113440435/

    I got my 650b ZTR rims and Gold, Hope Pro II hubs, ordered spokes and Gold Aluminum nipples, so in about a week I will update this picture. After Christmas I'm installing a Extralite E-Bones crankset and Formula R1 brakeset. That should get this thing down to under 23lbs.
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    My spark

    Here is my ride. I have swapped the stem for an easton ea90, and switched to ashima rotors since the pics. It was 20.8lbs last time I weighed it, but I have shaved a few grams since then
    Sparks...lets see em-img_0455.jpg

    Sparks...lets see em-img_0456.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by musg8411
    Here is my ride. I have swapped the stem for an easton ea90, and switched to ashima rotors since the pics. It was 20.8lbs last time I weighed it, but I have shaved a few grams since then
    What’s suspension characteristic with this crank setup? Doesn’t it lock suspension on big (mostly used, I guess) chainring too much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mofoki
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/20669947@N03/4113440435/

    I got my 650b ZTR rims and Gold, Hope Pro II hubs, ordered spokes and Gold Aluminum nipples, so in about a week I will update this picture. After Christmas I'm installing a Extralite E-Bones crankset and Formula R1 brakeset. That should get this thing down to under 23lbs.
    As promised here are the pics with 650b wheels.
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    Spark 60

    made a few changes, not shown in picture xtr mid cage RD and avid elixir r
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    Sparks...lets see em-img_3183.jpg  


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    My colour co-ordinated Spark and CR1.








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    Those are some sweet machines.

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    Very, very sweet. Do you keep your seatpost that high all the time?
    I like bicycles. Bicycles make me happy. Riding them makes me even happier.
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    yeah, the 950mm inseam length and a short not so flexible torso makes for a high seatpost on a medium bike.

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    How does that go?

    "Double your pleasure, double your fun..."

    I have to confess, the one on the right is lighter since the chain and pedals have yet to be mounted. The "10" on the left comes in around 21.5 pounds, however, the "Team Edition" on the right plans to come in just below 19 pounds.

    Got the new DT Swiss World Champ Race forks mounted on the "light" one.

    (never posted a picture...not sure if I have it down)
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    Rockass

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    I've got to get some better photos of my color coordinated Scotts too.. In fact, I've got another Spark on the way for my girlfriend. My Spark was set up for winter riding in this photo..




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    From Portugal :








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    Just took delivery of another Scott Spark 20 for my girlfriend. I had been searching for a small size frame for her the entire winter and found this demo Spark which was very reasonably priced. She took her first ride on the new Spark today and hadn't been on a bike in 15 years. Did 22 miles pounding pavement which was better than I thought she would do. She caught on to the gearing and rear track-loc function rather quickly. Here are the twin Spark 20's.



    Mine has been converted to XTR with American Classic wheelset. ..Sparks are sweet machines.



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    Will be running full XTR drivetrain, FOX F120 FIT RLC, Chris King / ZTR Flow wheelset and Ritchey WCS carbon stem/handlebar

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    Aren't these frames just the most beautiful works of art?

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    One more black and red one. From Brazil



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    Heres my 2009 Spark Ltd in medium

    Out of the box



    After a few mods









    Mods

    seat mast cut down
    EP 27t granny ring
    TA 42t middle ring
    KCNC chainring bolts
    Duraace 7900 front mech with Red alloy pinch and clamp bolt
    96g carbon saddle
    AFC Bike 10t jockey wheels
    AFC Bike rear mech pivot bolt
    Rims converted to tubeless with yellow tape and Olympic valve
    Hope 140mm floating rear rotor
    Formula 160mm front
    Ti rear shox bolts
    Alloy bolts for seat mast

    Ive got a couple more mods to go

    Ti bolts for the rotors and caliper's
    Carbon inner plate for the rear mech
    Alloy bolts for the mech adjusters in red

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    Move Those Qr Levers!!!!
    I like bicycles. Bicycles make me happy. Riding them makes me even happier.
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