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  1. #9601
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    Quote Originally Posted by spunkmtb View Post
    So what was the process of turning your Zee's green?
    Calipers are powder coated. My brother was getting some stuff done for his truck and had his guy throw those into the batch. Darn good match.


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    2018 Evil Calling
    *Frame Size & Color: Large Angry Dolphin
    * Fork: Fox 34 Performance Elite
    * Brakes: Sram Guide R
    * Cranks: Sram Eagle GX
    * Front Derailleur: N/A
    * Rear Derailleur: Sram Eagle GX
    * Pedals: HT Composite
    * Stem: Raceface affect 35
    * Handlebar: Spank 35 Vibracore
    * Seatpost: Raceface Turbine Dropper
    * Saddle: WTB Pure Pro
    * Bottom Bracket: Sram
    * Cassette: Sram Eagle GX
    * Headset: FSA
    * Grips: Raceface
    * Front Tire: Onza Ibex 2.4x27.5
    * Front Rim: Stans Flow MK3
    * Front Hub/Skewer: I9 Torch
    * Rear Tire: Onza Ibex 2.4x27.5
    * Rear Rim: Stans Flow MK3
    * Rear Hub/Skewer I9 Torch
    * Weight 29-30ish
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    Quote Originally Posted by hw523 View Post
    2018 Evil Calling
    *Frame Size & Color: Large Angry Dolphin
    * Fork: Fox 34 Performance Elite
    * Brakes: Sram Guide R
    * Cranks: Sram Eagle GX
    * Front Derailleur: N/A
    * Rear Derailleur: Sram Eagle GX
    * Pedals: HT Composite
    * Stem: Raceface affect 35
    * Handlebar: Spank 35 Vibracore
    * Seatpost: Raceface Turbine Dropper
    * Saddle: WTB Pure Pro
    * Bottom Bracket: Sram
    * Cassette: Sram Eagle GX
    * Headset: FSA
    * Grips: Raceface
    * Front Tire: Onza Ibex 2.4x27.5
    * Front Rim: Stans Flow MK3
    * Front Hub/Skewer: I9 Torch
    * Rear Tire: Onza Ibex 2.4x27.5
    * Rear Rim: Stans Flow MK3
    * Rear Hub/Skewer I9 Torch
    * Weight 29-30ish
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    My Meta AM v4.2


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    Here is the current state of my rig, bought it new in 2009 and still shreddin past everyone at the bike parks Hard to part ways with this thing, I've owned it for too long.

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    08 Enduro: '12 Van RC2, Push DHX 5 coil, Flow EX, Hope m4, 750mm bar, Blacklite Post.

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    Nordest Bardino
    Funn Fatboy 800mm bars
    Funn 40mm Stem
    XT groupset and brakes
    X-Fusion 140mm Trace
    X-Fuson HiLo 125SL dropper
    Hope hubs laced to WTB i23 rims
    Running 1x10

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    2015 Trek Fuel EX 8, fully stock at the moment



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    2017 Bronson CC
    2017 Fox 36 Factory
    Avy worked Monarch Plus
    We Are One 30mm Carbon Wheels with DT350 hubs and 54t ratchet upgrade
    Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 F/Maxxis Aggressor 2.5 R
    Deore XT 1X11 with Wolftooth 49t GC
    Deore XT Brakes
    203mm rotors F/R
    Absolute Black 30T Oval Chainring
    Race Face Turbine Cinch Cranks
    Reverb 150mm with Wolftooth Sustain Lever
    Race Face Chester Pedals
    SC 800mm Carbon Bars
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    I wouldn't **** you, you're my favorite turd.

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    Wasn't thrilled with boost or any of the new 'cool' features so I stuck with my Giant Trance Advanced 1 2016.

    Here it is with new wheels from Zelvy in Australia!








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    Pivot Mach 5.5

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    Bikes are my time machines.

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    2018 Following MB

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    Just Built
    2018 Following MB
    120mm Rockshox Debonair Delux RC3
    140mm Fox 34 Factory
    GX Eagle Groupset
    Raceface Turbine Cranks, 32T Ring and BB
    Hope Stem
    Deity Mohawk Bar
    XT Brakes and Rotors
    Hope Boost Hubs with Raceface Arc 30 Rims
    Fox Transfer 130 Dropper
    Deity Knuckleduster Grips
    Wolf Tooth Components Dropper Remote
    Maxxis DHR and DHF

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    Here's my 2016 Transition Patrol, just finished applying the new graphics. I took a chance on the Marzocchi when I was building the bike, Jenson's were clearing them out at the time. I liked it so much I picked up another from the classifieds for another build down the road.


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    2018 NukeProof Scout
    2019 Ridley X-Trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-K View Post
    Upgraded my setup with a new Cotic Rocket 2018 frame, McLeod and Manitou Mattoc.
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    A lot of great looking bikes!! Here’s my baby, Canfield Riot with Push Industries coils front and back. Full Deity build, and we are one carbon wheels with onyx hubs
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    Nice ride man! What does it weigh?
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    26er's for life!!!

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    Let's see those AM setups-jekyll.jpg

    Still shredding a 26". 2013 Jekyll. I need to get rid of the 180mm. Looking at a 160mm Pike. I also have a Reign SX on the way.

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    I play on the best department store branded ride ever

    Here is my bike stats:
    Schwinn Protocol 2.7

    *Frame Size & Color: 17" Royal Blue powder coated, matte

    * Fork: SR Suntour Epixon 27.5, 120mm travel, air

    * Brakes: Generic mechanical front, Shimano SLX rear

    * Cranks: Jiankun iXF 170mm crankset, 104 BCD

    * Front Derailleur: Tourney, used as jump stop

    * Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 DH

    * Pedals: FBM N!CE Nylon platforms, Lightning Wrap

    * Stem: Bavel 50mm

    * Handlebar: TruVativ Holzfeller DH-Riserbar, 680mm wide

    * Seatpost: TranzX 100mm travel Dropper

    * Saddle: Schwinn

    * Bottom Bracket: 68mm threaded w/ 32t oval

    * Cassette: Sunrace 8s 40-11

    * Headset: Generic

    * Grips: Kona Key Grip

    * Front Tire: Generic 2.25

    * Front Rim: Schwinn Alloy, double wall, 36h

    * Front Hub/Skewer: Generic 9mm QR, 36h, disc

    * Rear Tire: Continental TrailKing 2.4 with ProTection

    * Rear Rim: Schwinn Alloy, double wall, 36h

    * Rear Hub/Skewer: Shimano Deore M525 9mm QR, 36h, disc

    * Weight: 35lbs

    My bike during reassembly replacing a worn '06 marzocchi am1:
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    I know this is right at the border between XC and AM, but the frame LOVES both. I've got about 110mm travel in the rear, I have 120 up front, and this bike needed the oval to counter the drag of the weight, which is 4lbs more than diamondback's best aluminum enduro bike, the release.

    Here is my bike reassembled:
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    2018 XX1 Firebird

    uprgrades:

    saint brakes with 203mm front rotor
    Chromag 40mm stem
    Enve M9 bar at 795mm
    KS Lev Integra 175mm dropper
    SDG saddle
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    Cool, dude. I would like to get the same one.

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    Let's see those AM setups



    * Frame Size & Color: Rurok Cordillera
    * Fork: Pike rct3 with debonair mod
    * Brakes: saint with icetech rotors
    * Cranks: xtr 980
    * Front Derailleur: none
    * Rear Derailleur: gx 11spd
    * Pedals: cb mallet dh
    * Stem: funnduro
    * Handlebar: fu40 chromag
    * Seatpost: revive 160mm
    * Saddle: wtb valcon
    * Bottom Bracket: ck
    * Cassette: gx 11spd
    * Headset:
    * Grips: sunline
    * Tire: hr2 2.4
    * Rim: wtb i29 asym
    * Hub: CK

    Rurok is a Philippine bike brand.

    They're also coming up with a 180mm 29er



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    Frame: Pivot Mach 5.5

    Rear shock: Fox Float X2

    Fork: RS Lyrik with 160mm air shaft

    Wheels: Bouwmeester Tammar with DT 240 hubs

    Tyres: Maxxis Minion 2.5" DHF WT front, Maxxis Minion DHR II 2.3" rear tubeless

    Cranks: Shimano XT 36/26

    Rear derailleur: Shimano XTR Di2

    Front derailleur: Shimano XT Di2

    Handlebars: Pro Tharsis Trail Di2

    Stem: Truvativ Descendant 50mm

    Grips: Ergon GE1

    Seat: Selle Italia Flite something

    Seatpost: Bike Yoke Revive

    Cassette: Shimano XT 11-40

    Brakes: Magura MT7 with HC3 levers

    Shifters: Shimano XT Di2 front, XTR Di2 rear

    Headset: Cane Creek 40

    System display: Shimano XT Di2

    Chain: Shimano XTR

    Pedals: Mavic Crossmax

    Bottles: Canyon Eject

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    First ride with my Banshee Prime

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    This is my fully custom BMC Speedfox 01. Started life as a stock 2017 Speedfox 02 XT build then through warranties, broken parts, and swaps from other bikes has become an Enduro smasher.
    Surprisingly the only parts to have not broken/ needed upgrading are the wheels and saddle.

    Frame: 2015 (brand new in 2018) BMC Speedfox 01, gloss carbon

    Fork: 2019 Rockshox Lyrik RC2 160mm

    Rear Shock: Rockshox Monarch RCT3 plus Debonair

    Brakes: SRAM Guide Ultimate

    Cranks: Race Face Next R

    Drivetrain: SRAM XX1 11spd

    Cassette: e*thirteen TRS+

    Pedals: Shimano XT Trail

    Stem: Control Tech Lynx 50mm

    Handlebar: SMAC Innovations DPA 38mm rise

    Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb Stealth B1

    Saddle: WTB Volt Team

    Grips: DMR Deathgrips

    Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 (F) Maxxis Aggressor 2.3 (R) w/ Huck Norris

    Wheelset: DT Swiss M1700 Spline 2

    Weight: 28-29.5

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    2015ish BMC SF01 Enduro Build
    1981 Schwinn Voyaguer 11.8 modernized into gravel/light trail use

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    YT Jeffsy 27.5 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ride-beer-rinse-repeat View Post
    My new ride - just broken in.

    * Frame Size & Color: Large black Butcher
    * Fork: Rockshox Revelation XX
    * Brakes: BB7 - old school and indestructible
    * Cranks:Truvativ Stylo
    * Front Derailleur: What's that?
    * Rear Derailleur: Sram X9
    * Pedals: Time Atac
    * Stem: Truvativ
    * Handlebar: Easton Vice
    * Seatpost:Easton Vice
    * Saddle:WTB Gel - sensitive butt
    * Bottom Bracket:Truvativ
    * Cassette: Sram 11-34
    * Headset:FSA
    * Grips:Sette ergo
    * Front Tire:Michelin Wild Gripr
    * Front Rim:Easton Havoc
    * Front Hub/Skewer:20 mm
    * Rear Tire:Michelin Wild Gripr
    * Rear Rim:Easton Havoc
    * Rear Hub/Skewer Easton 9mm
    * Weight Just south of 30 lbs

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    it is harder to get fit than to stay fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by las-palmas View Post
    Front derailleur is what you have if you want to sit down in the saddle when climbing instead of walking next to the bike. ;-)

    Yes, this exactly. Also, nice Jefsy above.
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    Mine, waiting for spring.

    Norco Sight C9
    GX Eagle
    Guide RS brakes, 200F/180R, Kool Stop pads
    Wolf Tooth dropper remote and bling kit
    Minion DHR and DHF
    Deity Black Kat pedals

    Otherwise, stock.

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    My Bird Aeris 120LT

    2018 Pike 140 RCT3 DebonAir upgrade
    2018 Super Deluxe RCT 210x55 (130mm)
    XTR 11s trigger+rear mech, 11-42
    Rotor R-Raptor 32T
    Bontrager Line Pro flats
    350CL boost hubs, Spank 350 Vibrocore, DT Comp, DT brass nips
    Kenda Hellkat PRO ATC 2.4/Nevegal2 PRO ATC 2.4
    XT M8020 4pot brakes 203/180 RT99
    OneUp 170 dropper
    Fabric Scoop Race Radius saddle
    Renthal 33 stem, Fatbar Carbon 800
    ODI Rouge grips
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    Let's see those AM setups-img_5447.jpg

    My new Specialized Enduro Elite 29er

    Carbon Frame, aluminum rear triangle

    Φhlins RXF 36 air fork 160mm
    RockShock Monarch Plus RCT3
    Deity 35mm Carbon bars, Knuckleduster grips Speedtrap Saddle
    SRAM Code R brakes
    WTB Vigilante 2.6 Trailboss 2.6 tires

    the #edurosaurus

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    SC 5010cc

    work in progress :
    5010cc
    2017 pike rct3 150mm
    fox dpx2
    truvativ descendant dub 32t.oval
    garbaruk 11-48
    xtr m9000
    crank brothers iodine 780mm
    rockshox reverb 170mm
    selle italia slr superflow
    formula r1 racing
    ztr arch mk 3 dt swiss240s
    maxxis minion dhr2 wt 2.40 front - rear
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    2005 Cannondale Prophet custom build. by Jason Brendlinger me

    I've posted this before but it's changed a lot since then. Why bother building up such an old frame? Because I can't afford a new bike and I love the way this one rides.

    Current specs:
    05 Prophet frame
    Rock shox monarch 200x50mm custom tuned by Dirtlabs
    2016 Fox 34 factory 150mm 27.5 15mm non boost
    Shimano m8000 xt shifters, crank, BB, derailleur.
    Wolftooth 32t narrow wide chain ring
    SRAM 11spd cassette and chain
    Shimano MT55 wheelset 26"
    Magura MT5 brakes and storm rotors 180mm/160mm centerlock adapter
    Race face next bar 725mm, and stem 60mm. Tried to find a middle ground between old school geo and newer
    Raceface ride seatpost 27.2
    Ergon saddle and grips
    Raceface aeffect flat pedals
    Continental trail king F/R 2.2

    This frame allows for a 27.5 conversion. The fork is such a huge upgrade over the 2012 Marz 44 rlo that I had to install it even with 26" wheels. Rides amazing. Still dialing in the settings.
    I have a set of wtb vigilante/trail boss 27.5 tires. Got tubes. Just need to find or build a 27.5 wheelset with the old 135mm rear spacing and the conversion is complete.

    Love to find a good 27.2 dropper over 100mm that doesn't cost a fortune.

    These custom builds are never really done of course! I know a new bike would ride better but I love the way the bike rides now and I can't afford a new complete. I also did a ton of research on Prophets and I know them inside and out plus I love to tinker and build bikes.

    I named it Grave Metal. That's Latin for Heavy Metal. Hey? NERDS RIDE TOO!
    It's tongue in cheek plus it IS heavy. I'd guess about 33lbs or so? Fun project!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Energetik View Post
    2005 Cannondale Prophet custom build. by Jason Brendlinger me

    I've posted this before but it's changed a lot since then. Why bother building up such an old frame? Because I can't afford a new bike and I love the way this one rides.

    Current specs:
    05 Prophet frame
    Rock shox monarch 200x50mm custom tuned by Dirtlabs
    2016 Fox 34 factory 150mm 27.5 15mm non boost
    Shimano m8000 xt shifters, crank, BB, derailleur.
    Wolftooth 32t narrow wide chain ring
    SRAM 11spd cassette and chain
    Shimano MT55 wheelset 26"
    Magura MT5 brakes and storm rotors 180mm/160mm centerlock adapter
    Race face next bar 725mm, and stem 60mm. Tried to find a middle ground between old school geo and newer
    Raceface ride seatpost 27.2
    Ergon saddle and grips
    Raceface aeffect flat pedals
    Continental trail king F/R 2.2

    This frame allows for a 27.5 conversion. The fork is such a huge upgrade over the 2012 Marz 44 rlo that I had to install it even with 26" wheels. Rides amazing. Still dialing in the settings.
    I have a set of wtb vigilante/trail boss 27.5 tires. Got tubes. Just need to find or build a 27.5 wheelset with the old 135mm rear spacing and the conversion is complete.

    Love to find a good 27.2 dropper over 100mm that doesn't cost a fortune.

    These custom builds are never really done of course! I know a new bike would ride better but I love the way the bike rides now and I can't afford a new complete. I also did a ton of research on Prophets and I know them inside and out plus I love to tinker and build bikes.

    I named it Grave Metal. That's Latin for Heavy Metal. Hey? NERDS RIDE TOO!
    It's tongue in cheek plus it IS heavy. I'd guess about 33lbs or so? Fun project!
    I'm running a KS Lev 125 27.2 in my XC frame that I've been pretty happy with.

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    Dang it, now I'm running a coolness deficit for sure.

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    Oh I didn't know the Lev came in 125mm 27.2 diameter. I'll definitely look into that. Thanks for the info!

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    Small Frame
    - DVO Diamond (green)
    - Cane Creek Headset
    - Shimano Hollowtech II BB
    - RaceFace Cinch Narrow Wide 34T (green)
    - RaceFace Ride cranks
    - RaceFace SixC Ibeam seat post
    - RaceFace Atlas Ibeam saddle
    - RaceFace Atlas 35 Handle Bar (green)
    - RaceFace Atlas 35 Stem 40mm
    - Shimano XT HG95 SIL-TEC 10 Speed Chain
    - Shimano Deore HG-50 10S Cassette - 11-36t
    - Shimano Zee M640 Shadow+ 10 Speed Rear Derailleur
    - Shimano Zee M640 10 Speed Rear Shifter
    - Shimano Saint M820 brake Front
    - Shimano XT M8020 brake Rear
    - Mavic Crossmax 27.5" Wheelset
    - Maxxis Minions , tubeless
    --32.25lbs
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    2019 (?) Motobecane HAL Boost

    Fork: 2019 Rockshox Pike RC2 Debonair 150mm (stock)

    Rear Shock: Rockshox Monarch RL (stock)

    Brakes: XT 180mm (stock)

    Cranks: FSA Orbit ZS (stock)

    Drivetrain: SRAM GX 12spd (stock)

    Cassette: SRAM GX 10-50 (stock)

    Pedals: Raceface Chester

    Stem: Truvativ Husstlefelt 50mm

    Handlebar: Spank Spike 800 Vibrocore 800mm 35°

    Seatpost: KS one (stock, hate it)

    Saddle: WTB SL8 (stock)

    Grips: Schwinn ergo

    Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5, Rear Maxxis Minnon DHR 2.4 (Stans NoTube)

    Wheelset: Spank Oozy 345 trail

    Two complaints: water bottle holder position and dropper post. I will be upgrading that after we move into our new house.

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    This is what mine looks like till something else breaks and needs to be replaced:

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    Quote Originally Posted by las-palmas View Post
    This is what mine looks like till something else breaks and needs to be replaced:

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    Daddy chill

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    This is my 2018 Trance.
    Basic bike but does everything pretty well.

    Full SLX 1X drivetrain and brakes
    Fox Rhythm 34 and float performance shock
    Maxxis High roller 2 front and rear.
    Bang on 14kg's








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    Components:

    • 2018 Process AL/DL 29 frame (size M, 9.7 lbs)
    • RockShox Super Deluxe RCT shock
    • SRSuntour Durolux 36 RC2 29" fork*(set to 170mm travel)
    • Front Wheel: 29" ZTR Flow Mk3 + Hope Pro 2 + Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5WT EXO casing
    • Rear Wheel: 27.5" ZTR Flow EX + Hope Pro 2 + Maxxis Aggressor 2.5WT DD casing
    • BikeYoke Revive 160mm dropper post
    • Shimano XTR m9120 brakes*
    • Clarks vented floating rotors
    • Shimano XTR m9100 shifter (set to 11 speed) + rear derailleur (med cage)
    • E*thirteen TRS+ 9-46 cogs (11 speed)
    • Shimano XTR m9020 cranks (165mm)
    • Renthal cockpit (Fatbar Lite + Duo 40mm stem + Push-on grips)
    • WTB Volt Ti saddle
    • Sixpack Millenium pedals
    • Bike weight: 34 lbs (estimate)

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    Spot Rollik 150

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    Yeah buddy!

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    Mostly Stock ‘18 Jeffsy 29 AL... shown full 29 here but ride 27.5+ and Mullet+ quite often...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNU_BLIND View Post
    Just under 30lbs! My nukeproof mega 275 xl stock weight was about 34lbs...after new tires down to 33lbs...found a stoopid good deal on some SRAM rail 50's, hopefully that'll bring it down to 31lbs and change. Next upgrade will be replacing the nukeproof okla dropper that is 120g away from 2lbs itself. Then I might be able to actually ride my bike.
    This is AM not weight weenies.
    Mine is 17kg. Downhill tyres and components that are strong (and heavy) so I can get home. I do not care about being first or last.
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    Quote Originally Posted by las-palmas View Post
    This is AM not weight weenies.
    Mine is 17kg. Downhill tyres and components that are strong (and heavy) so I can get home. I do not care about being first or last.
    Your Ibis? wouldn't have thought it was possible to get the weight that high? or is that 'as ridden', with all the lights/bags etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Howard View Post
    Your Ibis? wouldn't have thought it was possible to get the weight that high? or is that 'as ridden', with all the lights/bags etc?
    Light and external battery, 2 water bottles on saddle (1½ litre), the white canister that looks like a water bottle is with tools and of course tyres that are rigid instead of light, CushCore insert and sealant to keep the little air there is room for in the tyres inside. Saddle bag and of course pedals (some weigh their bike stripped, I do not). The comfortable saddle and Ergon grips are not lightweight either, but good for many hours on the trails. Almost forgot the pump. Bike is ready for anything being it just a few hours or a ride that could last into when light is needed. SinceI had CushCore inserts and downhill tyres I have had no sliding around on loose over hard with around 18 – 20 psi and with Quadboss sealant every little thorn hole has been sealed so my pump and spare tube have not been used.
    On top of that I have a Wingnut Enduro backpack with a 3 litre Source bladder with Osprey magnetic valve plus dried fruit when going out on longer tours. I was lighter myself 7 years ago when I was riding the bike with the lightest components I could find, but the air is still fresh and the exercise is needed in order to stay healthy as long as possible.
    Just for fun, and since you asked, I took the scale used for weighing luggage when traveling by airplane and found out that precise weight is 17,815 kg with the components on the picture (not my clothes, helmet and shoes).

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    Quote Originally Posted by las-palmas View Post
    Light and external battery, 2 water bottles on saddle (1½ litre), the white canister that looks like a water bottle is with tools and of course tyres that are rigid instead of light, CushCore insert and sealant to keep the little air there is room for in the tyres inside. Saddle bag and of course pedals (some weigh their bike stripped, I do not). The comfortable saddle and Ergon grips are not lightweight either, but good for many hours on the trails. Almost forgot the pump. Bike is ready for anything being it just a few hours or a ride that could last into when light is needed. SinceI had CushCore inserts and downhill tyres I have had no sliding around on loose over hard with around 18 – 20 psi and with Quadboss sealant every little thorn hole has been sealed so my pump and spare tube have not been used.
    On top of that I have a Wingnut Enduro backpack with a 3 litre Source bladder with Osprey magnetic valve plus dried fruit when going out on longer tours. I was lighter myself 7 years ago when I was riding the bike with the lightest components I could find, but the air is still fresh and the exercise is needed in order to stay healthy as long as possible.
    Just for fun, and since you asked, I took the scale used for weighing luggage when traveling by airplane and found out that precise weight is 17,815 kg with the components on the picture (not my clothes, helmet and shoes).

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    So you have a 12-13kg bike with 5-6kg worth of luggage attached, just because you store a lot of stuff on a bike, doesn't make it a heavy bike in the same way that a DH/freeride bike is heavy. i.e. the weight is in the structure/durability of the bike, not pumps, tools and lights hanging off it.

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    Whatever.

    You are right.
    Everybody is right.
    In something.

    Maybe none are right in everything.

    Still pedalling uphill the weight counts no matter if it is from components or frame weight.

    Or do you think that I should take off the weight of brakes; fork, GPS, light, pedals, saddle, sealant, shock, and tyre inserts, and wheels?
    When riding with superlight components I had to stop rather often to fix and pump. Once the GPS ran out of battery power and I was in the middle of wherever without a map and while pedalling uphill I was lucky enough to break the chain. Fixing it is no problem as I have tools with me, but without it would have been a long walk to nearest place where I could call a taxi.
    Be prepared or walk home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by las-palmas View Post
    Whatever.

    You are right.
    Everybody is right.
    In something.

    Maybe none are right in everything.

    Still pedalling uphill the weight counts no matter if it is from components or frame weight.

    Or do you think that I should take off the weight of brakes; fork, GPS, light, pedals, saddle, sealant, shock, and tyre inserts, and wheels?
    When riding with superlight components I had to stop rather often to fix and pump. Once the GPS ran out of battery power and I was in the middle of wherever without a map and while pedalling uphill I was lucky enough to break the chain. Fixing it is no problem as I have tools with me, but without it would have been a long walk to nearest place where I could call a taxi.
    Be prepared or walk home.
    Point is, people don't include all the extras like tools and lights when quoting a bike weight (or if they do, they mention thats its including all those things, that not everyone might take). It's like weighing yourself with a backpack full of stuff on your back.

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    Same answer as before Tom Howard:

    You are right.
    it is harder to get fit than to stay fit

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    :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Howard View Post

    Very nice ride bro! How much does it weigh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredman69 View Post
    Very nice ride bro! How much does it weigh?
    Thanks, Lots.

    Around 36lbs, but as the weight is central in the frame, it rides much lighter.

    Got some carbon cranks in the works that should trim 1/2 a pound off though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Howard View Post
    Thanks, Lots.

    Around 36lbs, but as the weight is central in the frame, it rides much lighter.

    Got some carbon cranks in the works that should trim 1/2 a pound off though
    Nice!
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    This is for when the trails are a bit less rowdy or longer rides

    Stealthy... by tom.howard.562, on Flickr

    Details here https://www.vitalmtb.com/community/T...77/setup,39053

    upgrades I'm waiting to fit are a Cane Creek DB IL, Chris King ISO hubs (an eBay bargain) and an AXS rear mech, shifter and reverb, that are on back order

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    Got my Intense Primer all set up

    Got my Intense Primer all set up, just waiting on the carbon E13 wheels (free with the bike) really glad I tried a few bikes first... several I wanted were pretty amazing pointing down and on the go fast trails but suffered in the tight stuff and climbing... this really feels like a great balance for what I ride.
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    Orange Five 2017, size XL.

    Dvo diamond
    Dvo topaz T3 air
    Dvo garnet 150mm
    Sixc cranks, slx derailleur, xt 11-46 cassette, slx trigger
    Spank oozy trail 395+ wheels / Progress carbon wheels
    Weight with carbon wheels with ardents 29.5 lbs,
    And with spanks and magic mary/Hans dampf 31.5 lbs

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    Updated my Orbea Rallon with the 2020 linkage kit and a new rear shock, w/ a longer stroke 2020 Fox DHX2 230x65mm. Now with 170mm front/rear travel. It's like having a new bike! or a reason to buy a mid/short travel bike

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    Dabomb Castle Bravo
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    Manitou Swinger 3-way with SPV
    Rock Shox Revelation dual air
    Continental Mountain King front
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