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    Spent the week before the LT100 in Lake City acclimatizing, 4 wheeling, and enjoying some of Colorado's high county single track.
    Its not what you ride its how you ride it...

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    Here's another. Just figured out how to post pic lol!
    Its not what you ride its how you ride it...

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    almost endo

    Here's a link to a short clip of me on my 08 stumpy
    Leaf pile Jump Video - Pinkbike
    Its not what you ride its how you ride it...

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    I'm sure the guy who neatly piled the leaves is happy with you...good thing there were not stones or hard branches in the pile, that would have been nasty...

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    Just picked up a Stumpjumper, it's my first 29er and I cannot believe how much I like it!


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    2010 Specialized Enduro Expert test colour frame, converted to Evo
    Fox DHX RC2 shock
    Marzocchi 66 RC3 Ti fork
    XT M785 brakes, 203\180 rotors
    XT/SLX 2x9 gears, 12-36 cassette
    DT Swiss rims, Spec 20mm/XT 10x135mm hubs
    Answer Pro Taper bars, Truvativ 50mm stem
    Spec Henge saddle, KS i950r post
    Raceface Evolve cranks, 36/22, NRG pedals
    Spec Chunder/Clutch SX tires, tubeless
    Last edited by PembyCW; 12-29-2012 at 03:26 PM.

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    Its not what you ride its how you ride it...

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    My 2001 or 2002 (forget what year) Specialized P.3
    Pretty much stock except for a few changes
    Fork: Marzocchi Z3.5 with thicker oil to reduce rebound
    Seat: Titec DH Berserker Saddle with titanium rails
    Tires: IRC Kujo DH for the trails/mud and Maxxis Holy Rollers for my everyday tire (just installed so nice)
    Pedals: Stock Specialized P.3 pedals with metal pins and added on Power Grips straps
    Grips: Just ordered ODI Rogue Locking grips
    Computer/Cyclometer: Specialized Speedzone Sport Wireless
    Toby Hendersen Enterprises (THE) Black Front Fender
    Lizard Skins Chainstay and Headset Guard (Black)








    Bike is an absolute blast - fast, maneuverable, relatively light bike - frame is a medium size.

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    2012 Camber Expert

    My baby!







    Upgrades:

    Stans Flow Ex on Hope Pro 2 Evos
    RaceFace Bars
    Hope stem & bar ends
    XT brakes
    XT shifters i-spec

    I also swapped over the Reba Lowers from My Trek HT so the Spesh has white lowers and the Trek now has black -= which matches both bikes much better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikewoodsuk View Post
    My baby!
    That thing is pretty sweet. I'm jealous of the white fork. But I might be biased.




    (I know it looks pink, but it's not.)

    Sun Ringle Charger Pro 29 wheelset
    Maxxis Ardent 2.2 LUST/Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25 (tubeless)
    Race Face Turbine 3/4 riser bar (725mm)
    Easton Havoc 65mm stem
    Odi Rogues (best thing!)
    WTB Pure V saddle
    XT pedals
    XT cassette
    SLX shifters
    SLX crankset (2x9)
    SLX medium cage rear derailleur (wrecked the XT)
    SLX M675 brakes (couldn't get the Avids to shut up, and SRAM wouldn't help)

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    From the last ride of 2012:
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    why the 90mm stem?

    Quote Originally Posted by colnago888 View Post
    Upgrades include:

    1. Crossmax ST
    2. S-Works Ground Control 2.1 (2Bliss)
    3. SRAM XO Trigger 2x10
    4. SRAM XO 2x10 Crankset 39/26
    5. Ritchey WCS Carbon Riser Bar
    6. Raceface Turbine 90mm stem
    7. SRAM X0 Front Derailleur
    8. Selle Italia SLR Saddle
    9. Shimano XTR Race Pedals
    10. Weight (w/pedals): 25 lbs

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    Evo has a shorter top tube and I just felt too tight with a 55 or a 60 mm stem, I'm building a hardtail right now and I'm going with a 60 mm stem. Coming from a road background, I am just used to being stretched out. Personal preference mainly due to comfort. I was told that I would probably be more comfortable with a shorter stem on the Stumpy EVO, but I had a 55 mm and it did not feel comfortable.

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    First ride of 2013
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    Last edited by ZAMIRZ; 01-17-2013 at 10:38 PM. Reason: I meant first ride of 2013

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    Not a mtb, but my beloved '99 Fatboy Hemi
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    Here's my first 29er, Epic Expert Carbon Evo R 29, although it's more Evo T(rail) with a 120 mm fork than Evo R(acing). The big wheels make winter riding so much easier because of soo much more traction than on a 26" bike.




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    ^^Like this lots

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    Rockhopper 29

    Hi All, I'm new to MTBR. Good to join!

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    Ready for another year.
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    Long story short...I am getting into biking due to my knees and don't think that the road genre is for me. I am drawn to Specialized for some unknown reason. I really only want to spend in the $500 range for my first bike, but think the RockHopper is probably the way I want to go. I will do some city riding and not sure how extreme I will go, but I live in DFW and there are some great trails in the HIll country and nearby that I bet I get into.
    Anyone own a Rockhopper that can help? I'm not in the range for the higher end bikes yet...but this brand is calling me.

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    Here my Custom 2010 Specialized StumpJumper
    2012 RockShox Revelation XX 150mm Fork
    Easton Haven Carbon Bar
    Easton Haven Carbon Seatpost
    Custom Wheelset Black Chirs King Hubs Red DT Swiss Spokes an Pacenti TL28 26er rims
    RaceFace Carbon Sixc Crankset
    MRP G2 SL
    Fizik Seat Carbon Rails
    Maxxis crossmarks Tires
    Stan's no tubes
    SRAM XO shifter
    SRAM XO type 2 rear derailleur 1x10
    Crank Brothers Eggbeater
    Avid XX Disc Brakes 7" Rotors
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerB's View Post
    Here my Custom 2010 Specialized StumpJumper
    2012 RockShox Revelation XX 150mm Fork
    Easton Haven Carbon Bar
    Easton Haven Carbon Seatpost
    Custom Wheelset Black Chirs King Hubs Red DT Swiss Spokes an Pacenti TL28 26er rims
    RaceFace Carbon Sixc Crankset
    MRP G2 SL
    Fizik Seat Carbon Rails
    Maxxis crossmarks Tires
    Stan's no tubes
    SRAM XO shifter
    SRAM XO type 2 rear derailleur 1x10
    Crank Brothers Eggbeater
    Avid XX Disc Brakes 7" Rotors
    I'm not sure you put enough money into it.

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    Nice bikes everyone, waiting to get mine back from shop then some pics.

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    An 06 S-Works frame that I bought on 1/10/2013


    and had it built and ready to ride by 1/12/2013


    1/13/2013 1st ride with no complications!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeboy89 View Post
    My 08 stumpy on the colorado trail near the end of seg 1. july 2010.
    Well hello there! Looks a lot like mine! These things are getting rarer all the time and never seemed as common as the other stumpy models for some reason...

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