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    Best and fastest bike i've ever ridden! TOP FUEL P1
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    that looks awesome!

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    Trek Top Fuel carbon

    Here is mine. Build her from scratch. I loved my first ride.

    Frame: Trek Top Fuel Carbon 17,5" w/ Fox damper ... 2.008g
    Fork: Fox Float F32 100mm Fit4 ... 1.552g
    headset: Extralite ... 58g
    stem: Extralite HyperStem -6° 80mm ... 68g
    handlebars: Extralite Hyperbar UL 680mm ... 87g
    grips: Esi Chunky ... 66g
    saddle: Selle Italia SLR Tekflow ... 96g
    seatpost: NewUltimate 31,6 x 350mm ... 142g
    seatpost collar: Tune Carbon ... 6g
    shifters: Shimano XTR 11x2 M9000 ... 206g
    front der.: Shimano XTR FD-M9020E ... 103g
    rear der.: Shimano XTR RD-M9000GS ... 222g
    brakes: Shimano XTR M9000 ... 396g (including the caliper Ti bolts)
    rotors: Hope Race Floating 160mm (2pcs) ... 158g
    cranks: Cannondale Hollowgram 172,5mm + Race Face Cinch axle + 34/24T Specialites TA chainrings ... 498g
    BB: Ax lightness 41x30mm ceramic ... 55g
    cassette: Sram XX1 10-42T ... 271g
    pedals: BBB Ti (SPD compatible) ... 280g (picture w/ XT pedals)
    Wheels: Duke Lucky Jack carbon rims (inner width 24,5mm) + Extralite HyperHubs + Sapim CX Ray ... 1.248g
    tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2,25" ... 530g (Front) + 583g (Rear)

    9,5kg with pedals and Garmin 520.
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    Here's my Fuel EX 9.8, stock just with a 1x conversion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by farfromovin View Post
    Here's my Fuel EX 9.8, stock just with a 1x conversion...
    Did you just put a 1x chainring on the 2x crankset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asuprice View Post
    Did you just put a 1x chainring on the 2x crankset?
    Yup, 1x and 2x is the same XT crank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farfromovin View Post
    Yup, 1x and 2x is the same XT crank.


    Picked mine up today. Ergon grips are all I've put on so far. Waiting for my orange Race Face chainring to go with my blue Rave Face Atlas cinch cranks. Ready to get this thing on some trails tomorrow.

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    Loving the problem solver clamp and the 35mm carbon bars.
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    after 10 years of not riding a bike I decided I needed to get back in shape. Got a steal on this yesterday so it had to come home with me

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    I am happily rolling along on my Superfly 9.8 2014. I like bright green, so this bike made a good impression before even touching it

    Many upgrades, best has been 29mm wide rims.
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    Mamba Gary Fisher Edition

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    Odyssey Triple Trap Pedals
    Bontrager Cruise Gel Seat
    Cats Eye Water Bottle Cages
    Bones Brigade Sticker (under the seat post)
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    I haven't seen triple traps in a longtime. Them bad boys hurt haha.

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    Yeah Triple Traps are kinda old school I guess. Back in the '80-'90's I used to race BMX... so I'm used to 'em (and the pain they may bring) but I'll stick with it.

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    When I bought by Fuel I brought my old Primo pedals and the sales guy looked at them like they were from outer space hahaha. He talked me into buying the Shimano Saints which were half the weight. I just took off the saint cause them suckers hurt too. Now I remember why I went clippless

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    New Remedy 9.8 29

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    It might not say Trek...but I swear it's a 2015 Trek Marlin 29er with powder-coated frame and manitou fork. Also has upgraded pedals, grips, and saddle. Fun bike.
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    Is that the ride that drops you at the top of the trail head??

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    Just picked this up last night for $750!! Superfly in brand new condition!!Photos of your TREK'S-20160520_184241.jpgPhotos of your TREK'S-20160520_184336.jpgPhotos of your TREK'S-20160520_184347.jpgPhotos of your TREK'S-20160520_184358.jpgPhotos of your TREK'S-20160520_184306.jpg

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    Just picked this up last night for $750!! Superfly in brand new condition!!Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxrider512 View Post
    after 10 years of not riding a bike I decided I needed to get back in shape. Got a steal on this yesterday so it had to come home with me
    Is that a 2016 marklin 6? I got the same color...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Benney View Post
    Is that a 2016 marklin 6? I got the same color...

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    Yes it is. The color is actually what caught my eye

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    @FoxRider I got the black on a week ago, so far so good, Love it dude.

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    If you have a problem please feel free to PM me.

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    2016 X-Caliber 9, with a Reba RL Dual Air, Stans Arch EX wheels, Hope Pro II hubs, Maxxis Ikon 2.35 tubeless, Oury Lock On Grips, Truvativ Hussefelt 40mm stem, Cateye Padrone and Shimano M520 pedals.


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    99 Trek 9.9 Pro OCLV Carbon XL

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    Here's my 1999 Trek 9.9 Pro that I built sparing almost no expense through a LBS back in the day and finally refreshed this season. The front derailleur finally caved so now it's a shimano XTR rear with a single ring Wolf 32, the rest is as originally built--Chris King head, Race Face Ti stem and carbon cranks, Rolf Propel wheels and hubs, Marzocchi 2001 Z2? Atom Bomber, Paul linear brakes, Ti bars, new Ground Control Grid knobbies, WTB seat, Thompson Elite post and Bontrager bar ends, Time pedals and a real Ringle bottle cage! I have been riding it more often now that the weather is mild and found some muddy patches in between tarmac & gravel trails on today's ride. It's a very nice hardtail still and I hope I can find a set of heavier Marzo springs to add to the fun but that's probably unobtanium at this point.
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    My Trek Crossrip Elite and my wife's Trek Neko SLX


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    delete please

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    My 2016 Trek Remedy 8 27.5

    Here's my bike bought 3 months ago. I just put a Gravity Carbon DH Rise Bar 710mm and my old pedals.

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    Mind the trendy Instagram filters...


    Overkill daily commuter at this stage. Last time I rode this on a proper trail was around 10 weeks ago, fractured my wrist.. and I'm still feeling a little pain. More time for proper recovery.
    Can't afford to be off work for another 6 weeks just because I couldn't wait =(

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    double post
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    My remedy 8

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    Top fuel 9.8 and my newest edition p1 Madone
    2016 Trek Project One Madone 9 with all SRAM Red 22 drivetrain and Bontrager Aeolus 3 wheels
    2016 Trek Top Fuel 9.8 SL -Absolute Black oval chainring
    2016 Vassago Verhauen IPA copper-Stans Arch, I9 hubs, X-fusion trace, Raceface next post, Renthal carbon bars, Bontrager seat/stem, Absolute Black oval chainring, Raceface cranks
    2015 Trek Stache 8 -back to stock

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    Mr Fuel 8

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    Sitting in front of a sandstone cliff in Tasmania, where Charles Darwin once took notes during his voyage on the Beagle.

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    Here is the '17 Fuel EX 5 I just picked up. As soon as I got it home I installed the Diety kit and KS dropper. I'm waiting on a set of centerline rotors so I can install my Guide RS brakes. After that will the 1x10 conversion.

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    2013 Fuel EX8
    I upgraded my ride when I received a bonus for 25 yrs of employment in the same place.
    The EX8 replaced the 2004 Fuel70, which replaced the 1994 930SHX.
    Some little changes to adapt to hitting the steeps here in Colorado Springs Colorado. Some adaptions for my 240# as well.

    203 rotor front, finned pads.
    Swapped a Fit4 damper in fork – night and day smooth. Added 3 mm oil to the DRCV air spring –to act as a reducer and modify spring curve. PUSH reducer in rear shock.
    Rhythm grips – bigger for bigger hands
    Risers and ‘not cool’ saddle – works with some back issues I have.
    Drank the Kool-aid – 32t One-Up ring, and 11-42 Sunrace with Goat link. Mathy, the low is equivalent to the stock 22x32 so not so far off.
    Ended up with a spare front shifter – made a stealth dropper remote, it would be a little cooler if I had a stealth post, but the Command Post has been great. I am pretty particular, so I like having 3 set positions, otherwise I’d be constantly adjusting a little higher, a little lower and so on.
    XR4 Expert work well in the rock, hardpack, gravel and wet gravel combos I hit here. 2.35 front, 2.2 rear. I may go back to the XR3 rear, the back end is almost to sticky, and I like to be able to swing that out sometimes.
    Custom scrapes and scratches. My home trails 5 riding minutes aware are in Palmer Park, a rocky singletrack oasis in the middle of town. No Flow trails –just gnar, but I put in plenty of time in Cheyenne Canon and other Colorado locales.
    I Love this bike!

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    Cool idea with the shifter/remote dropper on the cable actuated Command Post, How does she work? Can you post pics of the new steed? Thanks.

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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead!

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    I got a Fox Transfer dropper the other day. It isn't actually installed here but I couldn't resist a photo as soon as it arrived, haha. Right click open in new tab for higher res.

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    2017 Fuel EX 9.8 27.5plus.
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    New to me 2012 Rumblefish craigslist score with about 900 miles and brand new tires.

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    Lots of nice bikes, I might be a new owner of a Trek 8.3 DS if the test run goes well. I plan to check out the store tomorrow and take a spin around the block. Ill be sure to post of I do get it

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    Rear shock cable

    Does the rear shock cable route affects performance of the shock? It normally comes in a loop and on top of shock.

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    Here is mine. Build her from scratch. I loved my first ride.

    Frame: Trek Top Fuel Carbon 17,5" w/ Fox damper ... 2.008g
    Fork: Fox Float F32 100mm Fit4 ... 1.552g
    headset: Extralite ... 58g
    stem: Extralite HyperStem -6° 80mm ... 68g
    handlebars: Extralite Hyperbar UL 680mm ... 87g
    grips: Esi Chunky ... 66g
    saddle: Selle Italia SLR Tekflow ... 96g
    seatpost: NewUltimate 31,6 x 350mm ... 142g
    seatpost collar: Tune Carbon ... 6g
    shifters: Shimano XTR 11x2 M9000 ... 206g
    front der.: Shimano XTR FD-M9020E ... 103g
    rear der.: Shimano XTR RD-M9000GS ... 222g
    brakes: Shimano XTR M9000 ... 396g (including the caliper Ti bolts)
    rotors: Hope Race Floating 160mm (2pcs) ... 158g
    cranks: Cannondale Hollowgram 172,5mm + Race Face Cinch axle + 34/24T Specialites TA chainrings ... 498g
    BB: Ax lightness 41x30mm ceramic ... 55g
    cassette: Sram XX1 10-42T ... 271g
    pedals: BBB Ti (SPD compatible) ... 280g (picture w/ XT pedals)
    Wheels: Duke Lucky Jack carbon rims (inner width 24,5mm) + Extralite HyperHubs + Sapim CX Ray ... 1.248g
    tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2,25" ... 530g (Front) + 583g (Rear)

    9,5kg with pedals and Garmin 520.

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    My first Trek, so proud of it : in the (western European) forest, it looks like a green ninja Pure carbon SF 9.7 stock, waiting for my new XR3 Team Issue tires to go real ninja in the deep woods.


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    Stache 7 17.5

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