Post your all mountain bike

Discussion in 'Enduro / All Mountain' started by ronster44, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. ronster44

    ronster44 Likes Dirt

    My Ride 2011 stumpjumper evo
    32 Float rl
    rp23 boost valve
    Roval Tranverse al
    Spec endro bar 720mm (I now love wide bars)
    Sram 2x10 x9 shifters xo rear x7 front (love 2x10 to)
    Sram am crank 36/24 with gamut chain guide
    xtr trail pedals
    spec command post 5'' drop (and dropper posts)
    eskar sworks 2.3 front captain control 2.2 rear 2bliss tubless

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  2. tasty.dirt74

    tasty.dirt74 Likes Bikes and Dirt

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    2007 Spec Enduro S Works.
    36 Talas
    Crossmax SX wheels
    Sunline Stem
    FSA Gravity light bars
    Elixir 5 brakes.... For sale, offers ! Would like Saint, or SLX...
    Pictured are Larsen TT 2.0 tyres, but these change regularly
    XO shifters and rear derailliuer
    XTR front shifter
    SLX cranks with XT chainrings
    Crank Bros 2011 pedals
    KS i900r seatpost..... the best addition so far...
     
  3. actionchris

    actionchris Likes Dirt

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    2009 Giant X0 6.7" Travel

    -DHX Air 5.0
    -36 Float
    -XO Rear Der./Shifter
    -Atlas AM Cranks/stem
    -Answer ProTapers at 750mm
    -Crossmax SX wheels
    -Elixir CR 7"f/6"r
    -Titec El Norte Post (Joplin Shat itself, got it fixed and sold it) Maybe Thomson when funds allow
    -E13 SRS+ Guide
    -36tooth Renthal SR4 Ring
    -Now now UST Conti Rubber Queens 2.4 front and back but no pic
     
  4. wespelarno

    wespelarno Likes Dirt

    Nomad MK2

    Forks: Talas
    Shock: DHX5 AIR
    Drivetrain: Shadow XT
    Tires: Intense Edge 2.5 (Not pictured)
    Brakes: Elixir 5

    Rides beautifully, I'm into the more aggressive side of all mountain so the slightly heavy duty build is perfect.
     

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  5. BLKFOZ

    BLKFOZ Likes Dirt

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    GF Roscoe 3
    rp23
    rp24 Talas
    XT spec
    Elixir CR's
    Rhythm pro scandium hoops
     
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  6. tasty.dirt74

    tasty.dirt74 Likes Bikes and Dirt

    Whats a RP24 Talas ?:eek:
     
  7. rone

    rone Eats Squid

    OE Fox 32 Talas fork with 90 to 130mm travel. Found on Treks/Fishers etc.
     
  8. dangersean

    dangersean Likes Bikes

    dodgy phone camera pic..
    Santa Cruz Nomad 2011 frame
    2009 160 TALAS
    1 x 10 X9 gruppo
    MRP G2 guide
    lots of fun & gets up or down anything I have the balls to ride
     

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  9. rone

    rone Eats Squid

    Nice. Looks like 70's porn.
     
  10. paulb

    paulb Likes Dirt

    Beautiful bike
     
  11. paulb

    paulb Likes Dirt

    Posted both of these bikes before

    Transition Covert

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    Banshee Spitfire (phone pic)

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  12. HEC

    HEC Likes Bikes

    My addiction

    As All-mountain as i could go. 16.02 kg with 178mm travel on the rear, 160mm up front.
    Hope this is well received amongst such good company:)
     

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  13. BLKFOZ

    BLKFOZ Likes Dirt

    Its actually adjustable 140-120-100mm according to the top of the fork where you turn it and most references, but some references say 130-110-90. Either way it works well - good for extended climbs where it can be dropped to 120 or 100mm. I rarely touch the lockout. Tapered steerer and 15mm through axle is pretty stiff too.
    Cheers
     
  14. slowandold

    slowandold Likes Dirt

    Anything from Santa Cruz will always be well received. Unfortunately for you though it would appear that the letters XC are prominant on your peddles. Instant disqualification !
    Joking. Looks fantastic.
     
  15. MrCove

    MrCove South Shore Distribution

    i think you may regret saying that
    they are DX pedals
    one of the all time classic pedals
     
  16. HEC

    HEC Likes Bikes

    Thanks, but as Adam kindly pointed out they are Shimano DX pedals.
    My design brief for this bike was make it bomb-proof and try and keep the weight down.
    I have considered an adjustable seat post, but I'm just not sure about weight vs necessity.
     
  17. slowandold

    slowandold Likes Dirt

    OOPS My mistake.

    Will now retreat quietly to my corner.
     
  18. wespelarno

    wespelarno Likes Dirt

    Cheers. It has been the perfect do everything bike ao far. If I bust my ass I keep up with my mates on XC bikes, and if I hang on tight I'm pretty even with my mates on DH sleds (in aus atleast). Only thing I wish it had was a bash ring at the front that would allow me to maintain 3 chain rings.
     
  19. digitalhippie

    digitalhippie Likes Dirt

    Ibis Mojo HD

    Cleaned the Mojo HD the other day, good oppo to take an eye candy pic. Svelte Sugar, love it!

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  20. paulb

    paulb Likes Dirt

    Coincidentally the banshee in the pic above also has 'XC' pedals ;)

    And I agree your Santa Cruz looks great. But I'm a sucker for orange bikes. A Bullit? That's a solid looking swingarm.

    I've ridden with a guy with a Bullit - was impressed with how well it went over everything. My two, the Banshee and Transition are only 14kg apiece. Still climb ok, just a little slower.
     

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