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  1. #76
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    ... and if we just ... Here's my new Moto-lite

    I've got 300 miles on it so far and they're the best 300 miles I've ever had on a bike.

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    Here is my New-Old Loco Moto that I just built up. I am in love with this thing. Check out the push Vanilla 125 RLC. I am borrowing the fork, but I hope to buy it if I like it.



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    Here's my new blade.
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    Every time I look at a Motolite I get goose bumps. Guess it's going to be my next bike

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    yep...yep...



    There's nothing particularly cool about mine, other than the fact that I'm headed out the door to go ride a section of the Colorado Trail on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *rt*
    sorry, you get the rider too.


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    It all started with the blue Loco in November '03, then the SS Riddler in October '04 and the Drop U just before Xmas.

    Pewter Loco is my wife's.
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    Switchblade



    Not the greatest picture in the world, but thought I'd post it anyway...Think it's an 03 'blade, was told it was a small, but not convinced...

    Anyway, 5" rockers, Float RL, Pace RC40s, Hayes discs, Kore wheelset XT transmission with Race Face chainset...

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    ... and if we just ... That elusive Anodized RX100

    Here is mine. Finally arrived about 3 weeks ago – was ordered 1st week in Jan. Had some damage while shipping but nothing that Chad at Red Barn couldn’t take care of. The down tube was heavily scratched at the Titus sticker but the sticker is so thick it kept the frame from being knicked except for in one tiny spot. At least the sticker is good for something because it's ugly. The images show the look w/o the sticker and I think it looks great that way! I do plan to replace the sticker more for protection than anything else. Well, I'll see if I can talk myself into putting them back on.

    About 26.5lbs. With spec. pictured. I’m already thinking about how to trim a pound or two but that will need to happen as the bike parts begin to break. The Kendas Karma DTC which came on it are fast but I opted to swap out for the Mythos XC which have a lot more turning bite(side knobs) to them.
    It rides great as I was expecting. Frame is very stiff. The XT HTII cranks at 175mm (longer than my old cranks) really give it a powerful feel - stiffness and stroke combined.
    The bike still bobs lightly while on the "stiff" setting on the RP3 if pushed hard but it's very minor - worth pointing out but not complaining about. I skip the middle position only using firm and plush settings. It really is nice to adjust for the different trails we ride. It's a great feature. From basic flat trails to very technical stuff. It has given me a much more "safe" feeling on the especially taking those roots sticking out three inches on the downhills - don't get that "going over the bars if I don't slow down" feeling and lack of control. Not to mention I don't get the sh%^ kicked out of me by the trails.

    Overall spec:
    Frame: RX100, 2005
    Fork: Fox RLC130 brought down to 100mm (BTW, love it!)
    Bar: Titus rise (may put my Bonty flat bar on there instead)
    Brake Levers: Avid Ultimates (upgrade courtesy of Chad)
    Stem: 120mm 6 degree rise Titus
    Headset: Chris King
    Pedals: my old 959s
    Crankset: XT M760 (175mm)
    Wheelset: DT XR4.1d, Onyx hubs, DT spokes
    Brakes: Avid Mech.
    Tires: Mythos XC K 2.1s
    Saddle: Terry Fly Ti (comfy)
    Fr. Der.: XT
    Rr. Der: SRAM x.9
    Seatpost: Is Titus, will be Thomson setback (I like to lay down on the bike)

    Last but NOT least, buy your next bike from Chad at Red Barn Bicycles. I know I will. His customer service has been great, his effort to make sure the bike was perfect for me at arrival was over the top, his pricing was not beat. So he gets caught up at work and can't answer my every email right away (there were probably too many!) all the time - no big deal at all. We all have those days. His care for the product and you is amazing.
    Thanks Chad!
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    My Ride

    Some shots on how she looks now , almost compleated , just need my 5.25 links and RP3
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    Here is my 05 RX100 on the Cristalp trail (after 115kms of pain, altitude of 2700m). It was built by Wrenchscience 2 weeks ago
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    bad pic, great bike.

    I test rode a Large RX100 around a month ago and decided that I had to have one, but in medium, which more closely matched the Giant NRS I've been riding for the last couple of years.

    So, I got one. I had Mike at Trails Edge call Titus on the 30th of June, had this frame within the week (I took what they had on hand that sounded like it would look good. Even Titus likes strong month end numbers)

    The build:
    '05 RX100, medium
    Rock Shox REBA SL (so far, great fork and a good match)
    Thomson post and stem
    Ritchey flat bars, TGV grips and bar ends
    Selle Italia Trans Am saddle
    Ritchey disc Pro wheelset
    SRAM 9.0 rear Drailleur
    XT front Drailleur
    SRAM 9.0SL shifters (8 Speed)
    SRAM 11-32 8 speed cassette
    Magura Julie brakes (great modulation, but I'd really like something lighter AND more powerful)
    LX Crank and external BB
    WTB Exiwolf 1.95 and 2.1 tires
    Tubes of non descript lineage...

    First bike that I've owned in a long time that I haven't felt like I "settled" for. I'd have taken a better or more pics by now, but I've been busy riding it...
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    here's mine

    I just posted these images on a different post, I thought I'd add to this post.
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    '04 Talus Switchblade

    Bought the frame and fork a year ago April. Then selected every component. Been lovin' it ever since.
    Here are 2 pics: Monarch Pass and South St. Vrain Cr. (no, I don't actually ride down the creek).
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    Here's my new ride. A bit rushed getting it all together, but its better (fit wise, I hope) than my XL Epic.
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    Mine, in order:





    29er, I don't ride kiddie wheels anymore:





    comparo w/kiddie wheeled:

    FS: Everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by PointBoy
    Hey Trail Nazi is your RX polished or grey ano?
    Here is my brand new 2005 RX100 in grey ano. Just built by Chad at Red Barn - Thanks Chad!!
    Reba Team, XTR, Avid mechs, Mavic 819 w/ CK's, Titanium bar & stem. 24.5lbs. Did I mention I love this bike!
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    '04 SB (w/ RP3 & freeride lowers)

    At Skeikampen, Norway.



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    Another 29er

    Titus/Speedgoat Asylum/Racer-X 29er
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    Cool thread.. thanks for the pics!

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    Here is my RX

    Just got it a few days ago - nursing some fractured ribs, so its road bike for awhile.
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    I've seen the error of my ways

    Meet the new bike - an '05 frame purchased used in '05.




    Same as old bike - the '02 sold in '04. The new one is 1 size larger.


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    Here is a SUPERMOTO>>>>>>>>>>>>
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    Quote Originally Posted by downhillboy
    evrybody just post pictures of your titus.
    only bikes!!!!!!
    Here is a SUPERMOTO!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Switchblade after 1st Ride

    Just got my "pre-owned" Switchblade in the mail. I took it for an ill-fated first ride (got a flat and crashed.) The only real complaint I have is the Magura Martas, while offering good modulation, were pretty weak in stopping power. I guess I should have tested them out on safer terrain first, but they just couldn't provide enough stopping power to even rub off speed on a sketchy downhill (leading to the crash.) I'll try bleeding them to see if it gets better. Otherwise, I'm quite happy with the bike.
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