Post your All MTN/Funduro hardtail

Discussion in 'Enduro / All Mountain' started by No Skid Marks, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. No Skid Marks

    No Skid Marks Blue Mountain Bikes Brooklyn/Lahar/Kowa/PO1NT Raci

    Sorry if it's been done.
    Tough bikes, slacker geo only please, there's a place for 29ers, and XC hardtails already. No offense meant.
    Show us what you've got.
    Here's my current do it all.
    Frame - Titanium 17" Voodoo DJab. Thanks Softek.
    Rear shock - Titanium
    Front shock/fork - Marzochhi 55s
    Handlebars - Diety Dirty 30s
    Stem - PO1NT 50mm
    Headset - Works components to slacken it 1 degree.
    Grips - ESI foam
    Saddle - SDG BelAir, only arse love I allow.
    Seatpost - SDG I-Beam micro, might get a height adjust one but.
    Front brake - Avid Juicy 7 and Carbon, they're light, and I like them.
    Rear brake - Some old titanium rotor I had wears hella fast and loses over 10% in braking power.
    Cranks - XT 170s
    Chainguide - No need.
    Chain - KMC hollow pin.
    Pedals - PO1NT Podium
    Front derailleur - NEVER!
    Rear derailleur - Nuvinci 360.
    Front shifter
    - That spots reserved for seat post adjuster if I go that way.
    Rear shifter - Nuvinci 360.
    Cassette - N/A 18tooth for now.
    Front hub - Atom Lab Pimp Lite
    Rear hub - Nuvinci 360
    Front rim - Stans Flow
    Rear rim - Stans Flow
    Spokes - DT
    Nipples - Ally
    Tyres - Burning through the old collection.
    Tubes -Tubeless with Stans tape.
    Total weight - 1274 with Nuvinci and Marz 55s.
    Last edited: May 31, 2015
  2. rone

    rone Eats Squid

    Ragley Blue Pig. Best hardtail i've ever owned.

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  3. g-fish

    g-fish Likes Bikes and Dirt

    Best sort of bikes these ones. And that ragley is great, came so close to buying one when I bought this:

    Chumba HX1, 650b'd, revelations, saint brakes, big wide bars.

    Quote from the other thread:
    I've given the bike a big ol' write up here:
  4. aanon

    aanon Likes Dirt

    Nice bikes above, all of em'
    Here is my Cotic Soul,put it up last week in ''post your ride'' but i reckon it belongs here.

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  5. Aaron547

    Aaron547 Likes Dirt


    My only bike. Bought the frame recently when the rear shock on my dually died, mainly just out of curiosity. Been awesome so far, reckon I'll stick with it. Good way to make old trails feel new again!
  6. skwiz05

    skwiz05 Likes Bikes and Dirt

    This shit heap count?

    The old Morphine...goes like a rocket....

  7. bikeyoulongtime

    bikeyoulongtime Likes Dirt

    my ancient red 456 is jealous.. and may well highside me this arvo for even looking at the machines in this thread. evil thoughts.. yknow.

    dodgy action screengrab from the big roller boulder on boulder at the youies a while back..

    ..and a wee bit of flight 456 on the local.

    Last edited: Jul 4, 2012
  8. brutasauras

    brutasauras Likes Dirt

    Ragley Blue pig first generation one, bought the day they were available from crc a few years ago, here`s a pick of her at Rawsons pass Mt Kosciuszko ( in april it bloody snowed) and doing a hot lap around Bathurst. It is definitely been an all mountains bike:smile-new:

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  9. converge11

    converge11 Likes Dirt

    this is exactly what i'd like! looks tough as!!!
  10. wkkie

    wkkie Likes Bikes and Dirt

    Homemade cromo

    Gday all,

    Here's a link to my machine from the post your ride section, with a bit more info about the frame and some history on the bike.

    Frame - Galah, Custom Hardtail (Onyx Pearl, powdercoat)
    Fork - 08 Fox Talas 36, 100 - 160mm
    Headset - Aireal Evo 1.2 (Red)
    Bottom Bracket - Shimano Saint (Gold)
    Cranks - Raceface Atlas AM, 175mm (Silver)
    Chain - SRAM PC-991
    Chainring - Chromag, 38t (Black)
    Chainring Bolts - Token (Gold)
    Pedals - Wellgo MG-1 (Grey)
    Seat - SDG Patriot, I-Beam (Black)
    Seat Post - SDG I-Beam, 350mm, 26.8 (Black)
    Seat post clamp - Hope, QR (Gold)
    Handlebar - Easton Monkeylite DH carbon, Hi rise, 25.4
    Grips - ODI Extreme lock on (Grey)
    Stem - Aerial Industries, 50mm (Gold)
    Brakes - Shimano Saint
    Disk Rotors - Shimano Saint, 8 inch
    Front rim - Mavic 721, 32 hole
    Front hub - Aireal Industries, 20mm (Gold)
    Front Tyre - Maxxis Lopes Bling, Bling 2.35, Single Ply
    Rear rim - Alex DX 32, 36 Hole (Silver sidewall)
    Rear Hub - Aerial Industries (Gold) 135mm, 12mm Axle
    Rear Tyre - Maxxis Ardent, 2.4 Dual Ply
    Rear Cog - Gusset, Double Six, 16t
    Rear Axle - Aerial Industries 12mm, 135mm


    Last edited: Jul 5, 2012
  11. GDonehue

    GDonehue Likes Dirt

    I have almost finished my year and half on the Charge and it has been a blast. took a bit of getting used to coming off a 140mm DS, but has been the most fun I have had in ages re-learning how to ride.

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  12. dano_mtb

    dano_mtb Likes Dirt

    Ragley Blue Pig

    Frame - 2011 Ragley Blue Pig, 16"
    Fork - 2011 Rock Shox Sektor TK ,15mm thru axle,140mm
    Headset - Nukeproof Tapered
    Bottom Bracket - Hope (Gold)
    Cranks - Shimano SLX
    Chain - KMC
    Chainring - Hope, 32t (Silver)
    Chainring Bolts - E-Thirteen (Gold)
    Chain Guide - E-Thirteen XCX
    Chain Tensioner - Home Made from spare parts
    Pedals - Shimano XT ,SPD
    Seat - Zero Zeath
    Seat Post - KS i900r Supernatural
    Seat post clamp - No name brand
    Handlebar - Chromag Fubars Polished, 700mm
    Grips - Answer DH
    Stem - Chromag Ranger, 70mm (Blue)
    Brakes - Formula RX ,White
    Disk Rotors - Formula, 180m
    Gear Shifter - Shimano XTR , 10 Speed
    Rear Derailer - Shimano XT
    Front Wheel - 2012 Shimano XT Trail
    Front Tyre - Maxxis Ignitors UST 2.35
    Rear Wheel - 2012 Shimano XT Trail
    Rear Tyre - Maxxis Crossmark UST 2.1

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  13. mr636

    mr636 Likes Bikes and Dirt

    All these Ragleys are sweet!!

    Makes me wanna get my hard tail on.
  14. shirtz

    shirtz Likes Bikes and Dirt

    same. i cant really afford to many bikes these days and keen for a bike to smash around some smooth trails in the berra or maybe NZ. what kinda geo does those ragleys have? might have to go on a hunt....
  15. rb baby

    rb baby Likes Dirt

    My NS Core 1, love it !!

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  16. rone

    rone Eats Squid

    Mine sits unsagged at 71° seat tube and 65° head angle with 140mm Pikes. Plenty of cheap deals on pigs on CRC, or alternatively the new On-One 456 Evo is designed by the same guy, costs $275US + shipping and the Geo is almost identical.
  17. MrCove

    MrCove South Shore Distribution

    just rebuilt/reclaimed my Cove Foreplay, single speed, 140mm forks, 730mm bars

    would probably benefit from a Works Comps headset to slacken it off............. any in stock Rod? 127mm headtube, traditional 1 1/8th, could go -1* or 1.5* if possible

    it looked like this a year or 2 ago.


    will take an up to date pic soonish...
  18. No Skid Marks

    No Skid Marks Blue Mountain Bikes Brooklyn/Lahar/Kowa/PO1NT Raci

    Looks super stiff out back.
    Yeah Crankin has an angle set for that. Will PM you.
  19. MrCove

    MrCove South Shore Distribution

    yep, it's not built for comfort!!!
    16" stays and a 23" top tube in old money

    be a shame to not use my 8 year old KING headset anymore!!
  20. GDonehue

    GDonehue Likes Dirt

    I am looking at my next HT AM purchase at the moment. I have ridden just about every DS rig in the category and just did not find them as much fun - so it is HT for me.

    Options so far are either the new 456 Ti (coming out in a month or two), a Stanton Slackline Ti (probably a three month wait), Privee Production Shan (little worried about how versatile this is by comparison to the first two) or a custom Ti build from Triton... Even with the higher cost of the Ti frames they still run at a lot less than a full DS rig. Considering a 650B compatible build for the custom job but not sold on that as wheels are still too rare and what it picks up on the pedal it loses in the tights.

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