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    Kish Ti Hardtail

    Here's some indoor pics of my bike I just built up today.
    it's a 17" and it weighs right at 23 pounds. I coulda made it lighter, but I am happy with the way things turned out. I only got a chance to ride it about 8 miles on the trails, then it started raining, so I cut my ride short to avoid eroding the local trails. I'll post more pictures in outdoor lighting when the sun comes back out. It rides nice

    Build list:
    Frame: Hardtail Kish Ti
    Suspension Fork: Fox F80X
    Headset: Chris King (silver)
    Stem: Thomson
    Handlebar: Titec 118
    Grips: Titec
    Seatpost: Thomson
    Saddle: San Marco Strada
    Seatpost Clamp: Salsa
    Brakes: XTR Vbrakes
    Shift/Brake Units: XTR (displays removed)
    Front Derailleur: XTR
    Rear Derailleur: XTR
    Bottom Bracket: XT
    Crank Set: XT
    Pedals: Eggbeaters
    Chain: XT
    Cassettes: XT
    Skewers: Salsa
    Wheels: Chris King Universal w/ Mavic 717's laced with DT Comp's
    Bottle Cage: King Ti

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    So nice! Kish is great. I have one of these on the way, will have it very shortly!
    Please do post more photos when the weather clears, etc., if you have a chance.

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    I have had the bike about a month now, and all I can say is WOW,

    This thing is light and it rides sooo nice. The back end is nice and flexy, and it steers/corners like it's on rails, and goes exactly where I point it, built up with the parts that I do, it is amazing on the trails. The fork is nice on the climbs too, there's some new pics of my bike and a pic of when I put some blue Ritchey Mud Max Tires on it for a race, and some pics of the welds
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    Good job! Sharp

    Kish rocks. Very nice bike.

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