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  1. #1
    trail fairy
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    Time to Fire it up

    Whats this Competitive Cyclist, now doing Ellsworth!

    http://www.competitivecyclist.com/z...ND&BRAND.ID=153

    Dang!

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    Just riding a muddy trail. . ..

    MAXXIS 4C!
    Helmet for your neck

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    Time is not a road.
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    That's pretty cool...I just built me a $5000 Rogue...but alas, my card would most certainly be declined.

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    Good find!

    This is the only place that I've seen so far that shows the various 2006 colors. Epiphany is shown in the blue and green but no black. The Moment is shown in all three colors: black, gray, black/blue fade.

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    I stand corrected, there is an option to view swatches of all available colors.

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    Buildin' one up is fun to play around with but I wonder if the weights are a tad optimistic? I built an Ellsworth Truth with discs and it came in under 23 pounds...whups, nevermind-skipped the wheelset! D'oh!

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    Boo hoo.... The frame sizing and colors don't work on the Enlightenment. I really wanted to build my bike on there and see what they say it weighs. I built up a sub 23 lb. Truth, pretty easily, even had a Reba on it. And i did not forget the wheels.

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    Built an Epiphany with:

    Pike 454 U-turn coil
    CK headset
    RP3
    XO trigger, R derailleur
    XTR cranks, cassette, F derailluer
    Hope Mini
    Easton carbon hi-riser
    Thomson post
    Easton EA70 stem
    Crossmax SL
    Nevegal UST 2.1
    Ti Fizik saddle

    For 25.9 pounds and ....$5772!!!

    Swap some trail worthy 2.3 UST's on there and add another 200 g or 7 oz.

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