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    SCOTT SCALE HYDRAULIC 6,5kg

    Hello,
    today i awant to show you my or the first lightest hydraulic bike !!!
    with hydraulic gear system !!
    weight 6,5kg with bottle cage and bar end !!
    see more photos under my blog :

    COMPLETE SCOTT SCALE CUSTOM Emanuel SCHICHER 's light bike blog

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    Looks ready for some babyheads and ledges if you ask me.

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    why??

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    The Acros A ge gear works much better than shimano xtr and sram xx but the only problem is that its not so often produced like sram or shimano... everypart comes from a cnc milling machine !!
    if look in my blog you will also see photos of the hydraulic !!

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    That's almost too light for off roading! I'd be scared to ride it in anger.
    On the plus side, I like the hydraulic set-up, very cool. I assume it is fairly smooth in use?

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    hmm.. i don#t thing its too light because the gurantee works to min 90kg for all components!!
    SCOTT SCALE HYDRAULIC SUPERLIGHT BIKE 6,52kg
    http://emanuelschicher.wordpress.com...-scale-custom/

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    too light, Scott frames crack from just looking at them wrong way.
    I rather have Ti or steel frame then disposable frame. Come to North East US and try to ride it on some rocky trails. Sure it will climb very well but it will not survive.

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    hello,
    i i am from austria and we have also a lot mountains ;-)
    google : austria topo :-)

    this year i want to build a titan bike , but which titan frame is the best???
    SCOTT SCALE HYDRAULIC SUPERLIGHT BIKE 6,52kg
    http://emanuelschicher.wordpress.com...-scale-custom/

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    There is no best but check out Firefly and Independent Fabrication.

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    Its not exactly my taste, but that is just really cool to see.

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    Now that is sick nasty.


    Yes PLEASE.
    You in Oklahoma City? If yes, come ride with us.

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    Bar ends...

    Don't you hate it when a sentence doesn't end the way you think it octopus?

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    the big question... does it get ridden?

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    I have been wondering how those work after seeing them at interbike. Is it as precise as a XX group?

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