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    Completed my yeti stable

    I have converted all my bikes over to Yeti. I liked the asr 5 so much that I ended up getting the 303r as my race bike, and I liked those bikes so much, I had to get the DJ as my pump track/slalom bike. This thing is 22.5 pounds of awesome.





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    Nice build!
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    Quote Originally Posted by azdog View Post
    Nice build!
    Thanks man.

    First laps on the backyard track....

    First laps on the yeti from Jeremy Raney on Vimeo.

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    Nice build and badass "backyard"
    Want a one of a kind bike? Message me for a one of a kind paint job.

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    I got my frame this weekend It's made of awesome.

    A couple of questions for you:
    1) I opted to go SS on it with SLX cranks instead of geared. Thinking of doing 32x14. What are you running?
    2) What fork do you have on it? An 831 seems like a great choice, and Pricepiont has them for $500 right now, but I could get an X-fusion for around $400.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripes View Post
    I got my frame this weekend It's made of awesome.

    A couple of questions for you:
    1) I opted to go SS on it with SLX cranks instead of geared. Thinking of doing 32x14. What are you running?
    2) What fork do you have on it? An 831 seems like a great choice, and Pricepiont has them for $500 right now, but I could get an X-fusion for around $400.
    I just put gears on mine over the weekend for the slalom races coming up. I had a 32x16 on it for my pumptrack and jump trail, but I ran out of gears in a slalom race a week ago.
    32x14 sounds good. I had that "gusset" single speed setup, and it worked great on my regular I9 hub. And man, the 831 is awesome. If you can get one for $500, I would jump all over that.
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    [QUOTE=Jeremy R;9057334]Thanks man.

    First laps on the backyard track....

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    Now this is badass. Nice pumptrack build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailbrain View Post


    Now this is badass. Nice pumptrack build!
    Thanks man. It was all hand dug by me too. Ha, so much work, but so worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy R View Post
    Thanks man. It was all hand dug by me too. Ha, so much work, but so worth it.
    Yep...its a labor of love. We have been working on and riding my friend's backyard pump track for several years now. Many shovels full of dirt and can's of beer have been moved.

    It looks like you made really good use of the space. About how much room did you have to work with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailbrain View Post
    Yep...its a labor of love. We have been working on and riding my friend's backyard pump track for several years now. Many shovels full of dirt and can's of beer have been moved.

    It looks like you made really good use of the space. About how much room did you have to work with?
    5 acres.
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