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    Finally done!!!

    So a few years ago I bought this bicycle frame because it was the geometry I needed, it had great reviews, and I am an Easton Ultralight fanboy. However after I started the build I found out I was too heavy. these Ultralights evidently have a recommended weight limit of 300 pounds. I was 365....well I am closer @ 305 so I decided to finish her. GIDDYUP!!


    Frame is formerly called Soul Cycle Dillinger(now called Ot-Out cycles) The forsrks are just basic rigid disk. All Sram X9 drive train except for the shifters...those are X7(the good ones that used to be X9). The Brakes are a Xtech hydrolic/mechanical and the crankset is FSA V-Drive Wheels are Mavic 719 disc with x9 hubs. They were through axle but have aluminum adapters converting them to standard. Rear wheel had to be re-disc'd. Hey I am still big so I need the beefy wheels. Changing seat soon. But I am happy with the choices. It runs smooth and executes very well on gravel roads and dirt roads along with street. The Tires are massive Geax Tattoo balooners.

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    That thing is sexy as hell! Great build.

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    bravo sir, bikes look sexy when they're clean!

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