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    Post your YETI AS-X PICS !!!

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    Up Up :d
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    plenty of AS-X's over at yetifan.com


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    you asked for it!

    here's my 'the best of'
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    Here is mine with the new 888RC I just put on it. No action pics but hopefully once the weather cools a bit I'll get her out and take some
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    What bottom bracket are you guys using with 2 ring chain guides?

    Here is a not so good shot of mine.

    Fork is 06 Marz 66RC2X. Huge improvement over the Breakout+


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    What you think about a fox 36 fork on my 2005 ASX frame? or you prefer a marzoocchi 66 on this frame??

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty81
    What you think about a fox 36 fork on my 2005 ASX frame? or you prefer a marzoocchi 66 on this frame??

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    Matteo....
    The 66 is awesome. I don't have it dialed in complete quite yet though.

    I've never ridden a Fox fork of any kind some I couldn't comment on the performance. Yeti does spec the AS-X with a 36 now. They would not have done that unless they thought it was up to snuff.

    The new FR Rock Shox forks look very promising too.

    Show us some pics of riding in Italia and congrats on winning Cupa di Mundial!

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    Two pics of Tina, my wife, on her AS-X. I'll do these in MTBR upload order, rather than as displayed.

    First photo is at Sandhill Ranch last year, when the bike had the Jr T. She loved that fork.

    Second photo is in Pacifica, from earlier this year, when she was 4 months off a broken arm and 4 months pregnant. She hit this jump a little too aggro for my taste. Luckily, baby Olive came out fine. The bike is sporting a Zoke 66rc.

    Anyone know who makes a DH rig for a 21-inch rider?

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    Quote Originally Posted by levee67
    Two pics of Tina, my wife, on her AS-X. I'll do these in MTBR upload order, rather than as displayed.

    First photo is at Sandhill Ranch last year, when the bike had the Jr T. She loved that fork.

    Second photo is in Pacifica, from earlier this year, when she was 4 months off a broken arm and 4 months pregnant. She hit this jump a little too aggro for my taste. Luckily, baby Olive came out fine. The bike is sporting a Zoke 66rc.

    Anyone know who makes a DH rig for a 21-inch rider?

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    A wife riding and jumping on an ASX ?! How can you beat that ? This picture with wrecked car is NICE!

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    A couple of mine...I'm saving up for a 66 or a Totem for the front end next season for sure - I want a lighter front end, as much as I love the Shiver.

    In action (corkscrew stunt):


    New rims, tires, and Juicy 7's this year (this pic still has the Hayes):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summit
    A couple of mine...I'm saving up for a 66 or a Totem for the front end next season for sure - I want a lighter front end, as much as I love the Shiver.

    In action (corkscrew stunt):


    New rims, tires, and Juicy 7's this year (this pic still has the Hayes):

    Looks good Josh!

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    ... and if we just ...

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    Damn...sick pics matty. Where in Italy is that?
    Wait until Spring Bandini

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-stein
    Damn...sick pics matty. Where in Italy is that?
    Pila and Cervino mountain ( on maxiavalanche trail )..Valle d'Aosta Italy

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    Cwm Carn, Wales

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    Nice cwm carn pic! heres mine





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    Here are a couple small jump shots of me on the AS-X. We've found a really cool road gap drop that I plan on hitting soon. The drop is about 6ft with a nice tranny, I hit the drop already but landed flat on the lower road due to not enough speed. Gonna have to dust off my full face helmet and get some big speed going to clear the whole gap!
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    Let's try this one again:
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    Frankie your pics are not helping my 66 lust. Your bike is tits.

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    haha sorry does this pic help?


    the 66s are great!! Im not sure if you noticed but they are the 2006 66 sl model. Which means they are air forks so even lighter than regular 66s although the main bonus to the sl model is that they are black!!.They are also better than triple clamp forks as I can pretend to people I can do bar spins which is helped by being too lazy to cut down my break/gear cables!

    I have also made the bike even cooler by 1, putting a 35 mill stem on so it feels like a bmx
    2, adding really wide silver handle bars so it feels like a motorbike
    3, crashing so much most of the stickers have fallen off making it even blacker
    4, crashing so much the letters have fallen off and it only read BOMB instead of BOMBER

    Also looking at all the pictures I was wondering why everyone runs big bettys, I ran them untill I skidded all the tread off the back then accidently stabbed the side wall trying to cut the side nobbles off to fit on my hardtail. Anway the maxis minnions ST I switched to are MUCH better. The only time that my big bettys preformed well was if I woke up really early and rode when the morning dew was still around, I dunno not that usefull for me as it takes over an hour to drive anywhere good to ride!

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    At rest . . .




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    My ASX....

    Some Pics from Winterberg Bike Park...


    I know my action photos need some work....

    Wait until Spring Bandini

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