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    My 2018 Stylus

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeedTheWolf View Post
    What bike is that? Looks awesome.
    It's a custom titanium frame. It rides awesome too
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    My 2018 Stylus
    Nice first post! And nice bike! Welcome!

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    2015 NS Eccentric

    Now with 2 degree angle set and 29 inch fork! Still with 27.5 inch front wheel but will try mullet at some point. Head angle is around 65 degrees now, so no need to be afraid on the steeps any more..

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    65* and slacker on a hardtail feels so right.

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    Still love the honzo but the carbon sync'r is super fun too.
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    Lans if I may ask, where did you have the bike made? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lans View Post
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    I always had a thing for long travel hardtails but was having a hard time sourcing one in my size. So I took a risk two months ago and went custom. Looked into what is the latest trend in bike geometry and made some assumptions based on my experience on other bikes.

    She turned out great I think. A few rides in and I'm still nowhere near the bike's limit.

    Some numbers

    475mm reach
    445mm chainstay length
    63 HTA
    78 STA
    -50 BB drop
    clearance to run 29x3.0 tires at the rear

    I was hoping to replace my xc bike with this and was worried that it would be too much of a barge on flat and tight trails. It wasn't. Despite the slack head angle and 1280mm wheelbase it felt very maneuverable and balanced. Manuals and bunny hops were no problem at all too.
    Lans if I may ask, where did you have the bike made? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lans View Post
    It's a custom titanium frame. It rides awesome too
    Where did you have the frame made?

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    Stache mixed wheel size

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    Trek Stache 5 with Pike Charger 2 RC 29+ 120mm (still need to cut the forks steerer).

    Currently running mixed wheel sizes out of curiosity.
    Front: Vittoria Barzo 29x2.6" on stock i46 (Duroc 50) rim so far; tire still round and no cornering issues (measures 63mm at at shoulder knobs and 67mm at the side wall while being rated as ETRTO 65-622)
    Rear: Schwalbe Rocket Ron 27.5x3" on i40 rim

    I really like this setup over the stock 29x3" f/r. More precision when steering and faster to accelerate. Head angle became slacker and I did notice climbing performance decreasing. Where I ride its mostly flat and when it gets steep occassionaly the bike is still rideable but requires me to get into a more forward position. I trade in climbing perf. over faster accelaration and more trail feedback. For my riding the stock config just made the trails I ride appear too muted and boring.
    27+ in the rear saves my spline and the Barzo up front is also quite comfortable given that is has considerably less height and volume.

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    Currently running mixed wheel sizes out of curiosity.
    Front: Vittoria Barzo 29x2.6" on stock i46 (Duroc 50) rim so far; tire still round and no cornering issues (measures 63mm at at shoulder knobs and 67mm at the side wall while being rated as ETRTO 65-622)
    Rear: Schwalbe Rocket Ron 27.5x3" on i40 rim.
    You should also post this up in the "97.5 All Mountain" thread, people there might like to see it...

    Here's mine, Norco Torrent with a 29x3.0/27.5x3.0 combo. Bike just rips, I don't have any trouble climbing with it either.
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    2018 Chameleon Al Large

    DVO Diamond BOOST fork @140mm
    Cane Creek 110 headset
    We Are One Agent 29” carbon rims w/Hope hubs
    2.5” Minion DHF/2.4” DHR II
    Fox Transfer 125mm dropper
    Wolftooth ReMote LA
    SQlabs 611 Ergowave saddle
    Hope seat post clamp

    11 speed drivetrain:
    XTR derailleur
    XTR shifter
    X01 cassette
    XX1 chain
    Hope BB
    Hope 170mm cranks
    Hope 30T chainring
    Deity TMAC pedals

    Controls:
    Rental Apex 50mm stem
    Nukeproof Horizon 780mm carbon bar w/25mm rise
    Hope Head Doctor/Spacer Doctor/bar ends
    ODI Rogue grips

    Brakes:
    Hope E4 Tech 3
    Hope floating rotor 180mm F/R
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    Figured I would contribute. Vitus Sentier VRS
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    My Ibis DV9 (Wife's AIR9 Alum 29er is on it's way!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lans View Post
    It's a custom titanium frame. It rides awesome too
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    what are the specs on this? i think i like the st and ht angles. i'm not trying to rip on you because it is a beautiful bike, just curious. why didn't you go for sliders? they're not just for ss.

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    2005 Norco Torrent.
    Bought recently as a new/ unused frame and built up. Such a fun bike to ride, even more fun when you stick the nose down a hill or drop-off. The long travel fork soaks up everything... not a lot of fun going back uphill though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishwrinkle View Post
    what are the specs on this? i think i like the st and ht angles. i'm not trying to rip on you because it is a beautiful bike, just curious. why didn't you go for sliders? they're not just for ss.
    I've posted the specs before
    78STA
    63HTA
    445CS
    475Reach
    -50 bb drop
    160mm fork

    Don't need the complexity and additional weight of sliders

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    Bike is still awesome. It's so awesome I decided to go ahead and give it a burlier twin

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    200-215 rear travel high pivot enduro bike. I'll make a post once the frame is done and the bike is built up. In the mean time I'll continue enjoying my awesome hardtail.

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    2019 Commencal Meta HT AM (XL Frame)

    2018 Fox 36 Performance
    Full GX Eagle Drivetrain except XX1 Chain
    Full Deity Components Kit
    Spank Spike 29" Vibrocore wheels
    WTB Vigilante 2.5
    WTB Judge 2.4
    SRAM Code R Brakes (200/180)
    SDG Tellis 150mm Dropper

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    2014 Stache AM SoftTail shown with 15mm Slacker Puck to complement the 120mm Manitou Minute Pro. Currently sporting a 140mm Fox 34 Factory from the same era.
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    Fresh off the mechanic’s stand
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    Ritchey Timberwolf. Fresh off the mechanic’s stand
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manolis View Post
    Wie gross ist die Gabel?
    sieht mega gross aus, schoenes Velo
    always mad and usually drunk......

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    Ist eine Rock Shox Lyrik RC2 DH Solo Air mit 170mm. Klingt groß, fährt sich aber super haha.

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    2017 Ritchey Timberwolf (s)
    Enve M70 wheels
    Lefty Supermax 2.0 fork
    1x11 XT drivetrain
    Absolute Black Oval Chainring
    2.5 Minion DHR (front) & 2.3 Aggressors(rear)
    work in progress...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss H0g View Post
    2017 Ritchey Timberwolf (s)
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    Lefty Supermax 2.0 fork
    1x11 XT drivetrain
    Absolute Black Oval Chainring
    2.5 Minion DHR (front) & 2.3 Aggressors(rear)
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    How long is that fork? It looks like the BB is level with the hubs.
    Rigid SS 29er
    SS 29+
    Fat Lefty
    SS cyclocross
    Full Sus 29er (Yuck)

    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    It's not even October yet... but the last 3 to post a picture are ready for the Halloween ride!

    Cool rides!
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    How long is that fork? It looks like the BB is level with the hubs.
    Fork is 160mm long. But I have a travel limiter from Cannondale inbound. Going to to down to 140mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss H0g View Post
    Fork is 160mm long. But I have a travel limiter from Cannondale inbound. Going to to down to 140mm.
    Oh, good, the headtube is much more likely to stay attached to the frame then.
    Rigid SS 29er
    SS 29+
    Fat Lefty
    SS cyclocross
    Full Sus 29er (Yuck)

    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    It's not even October yet... but the last 3 to post a picture are ready for the Halloween ride!

    Cool rides!
    Two of them are mine-my posts aren't showing up on my phone, so I unintentionally duplicated them. In any event, you can see the progression from week-to-week with new tires, deleted rim stickers, etc.

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    2011 Cotic BFe and a question.....

    I just finished bingeing this entire thread. Took me about 2 weeks.
    I bought the Cotic 2 weeks ago (thus the binge) for $400. It was built up with all the parts that are now on the green bike. I upgraded darn near everything to new and better. I kept the SLX crankarms, bb, stem, and
    Project Sixpack bars.

    Chris King headset
    Rockshox Sektor DPC 150mm (new)
    XTR brakes (180mm) and shifter (new)
    XT wheelset (used)
    Kendra Nevegal X Pro 26” (new)
    Saint pedals (my parts bin)
    Sunrace 11-40 10 speed (new)
    32 tooth narrow wide chainring (new)
    Magura Vyron 150mm dropper post (used)

    I have only done 2 commuting rides so far.

    My question is on the green bike. I bought it for $50 at the co-op. No branding on it due to the paint job. It is too big for me. I knew that, I just needed a frame for all the stuff removed from the Cotic. I am trying to sell it. Does anyone have any ideas as to the brand/model? Or is it just a cheapo, department store aluminum frame?





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    I got some new shots, final setup and she's a blast to ride! <3

    Also, have some of the wife's Orbea Loki! Very nimble bike for the weight.

    Ibis DV9














    Orbea Loki










    I'll get some of the Niner Air 9 when I'm done upgrading the brakes.
    2019 Ibis DV9
    2019 Niner Air 9 2-Star
    2018 Orbea Loki 27+ H10

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