Post your wicked BANSHEE thread....

ned_stp

Likes Dirt
2016 large frame

Pike RCT3 solo air fork
26" LB carbon rims
Hope pro2 Evo hubs
Xt brakes
Can Creek Double Air IL shock
Zee 1x10 - bout to pull the trigger on a SRAM NX eagle 1x12.
Ascend XL dropper
ENVE bar
Chromag Trailmaster seat
Race face Evolve crank


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ned_stp

Likes Dirt
Ordererd a non brown seat and a purple seat to keep the world in balance...:rolleyes:

First ride was at Beechworth last weekend. Destroyed a set of pedals on pedal strikes. Going to extend the Pike to 160mm to get the BB up a bit.
 

ForkinGreat

Random Krishna
Ordererd a non brown seat and a purple seat to keep the world in balance...:rolleyes:

First ride was at Beechworth last weekend. Destroyed a set of pedals on pedal strikes. Going to extend the Pike to 160mm to get the BB up a bit.
Cool, now you can get those purple pedals you wanted ;)
That spitfire looks good in raw.
 

SummitFever

Likes Bikes and Dirt
Slowly getting the big banana dialed in. I'm now running Manitou front and back. An ex-Moorey 160mm 27.5 Mattoc out front and a new McLeod in the rear. It's a very planted bike that just loves to rail the corners but at present I just can't get enough "pop" off smaller jumps and trail features. I think I'll need to give the rebound circuit on the fork a little love. Have also been swapping between my Syntace 28mm ID rims and the Crests at 23mm both shod with the same Schwalbe 2.35 tyres and to be honest I can't tell the difference. For riding the single track, the Crests are so much lighter and do make the bike much more fun overall.

 

slider_phil

Likes Bikes and Dirt
Slowly getting the big banana dialed in. I'm now running Manitou front and back. An ex-Moorey 160mm 27.5 Mattoc out front and a new McLeod in the rear. It's a very planted bike that just loves to rail the corners but at present I just can't get enough "pop" off smaller jumps and trail features. I think I'll need to give the rebound circuit on the fork a little love. Have also been swapping between my Syntace 28mm ID rims and the Crests at 23mm both shod with the same Schwalbe 2.35 tyres and to be honest I can't tell the difference. For riding the single track, the Crests are so much lighter and do make the bike much more fun overall.

I love/hate my Crests. On one hand, they're light and fast. On the other hand they require constant re-tensioning and always seem to be out of shape. Maybe that's just my riding style though

Always had a soft spot for the yellow Banshee colorways
 
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