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    My Zion 737EBB

    So far I love it! There has been no learning curve for the pedals at all. I rode toe straps for YEARS and thought it would be more difficult than this to go clipless. THIS is painless! Still a few tweaks here and there like the seat angle, fork pressure, etc.

    I appologize in advance for the size. Here she is hanging out on the couch while the wife was shopping :shock:





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    Lookin good. What cranks are those? 170mm length?

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    Very nice Mike. Got mine built last night too.
    You and I are the only guys I have seen using the Sun DS2's (at least pics of anyway).

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    It is a medium frame. I wouldn't mind trying out a small if I ever get the chance though! I love the DS2s so far. Only a few short rides but they seem great! The cranks are Deore LX Hollowtech arms attached to a XT BB. 175mm length. For those wondering about fork clearance, its great but only after about 10 minutes with a file. Not too bad for a CHEAP fork if you pick it up with the extra discount through Jenson.
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    MikeCordell,

    Is that a small frame?

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    I weighed it yesterday after it rode me to the local bike shop for a tube change. Came in at 25 1/4. Lightest bike I own!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeCordell
    It is a medium frame. I wouldn't mind trying out a small if I ever get the chance though! I love the DS2s so far. Only a few short rides but they seem great! The cranks are Deore LX Hollowtech arms attached to a XT BB. 175mm length. For those wondering about fork clearance, its great but only after about 10 minutes with a file. Not too bad for a CHEAP fork if you pick it up with the extra discount through Jenson.
    I'm looking at getting this frame along with a reba, but I keep reading that the fork clearance is an issue. What part are you filing down to make it fit?

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