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Crewkerz Cleep !

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This bike is incredibly stiff, if you are looking for stiffness, this is the bike you need.

Even not being a very good rider, i can appreciate how effective this bike is, and i can realise how much power is loss in each movment with bikes using ISIS Bottom brackets or such.

They've also done a lot of small improvments over the Quark 2 : Insert for the tensionner, rake mount and tyre arch, 1.5" steerer ...

In my opinion, this bike is THE most "modern" bike trial on the market.

This is a bike i highly recommand.

And Again Customer support is the greatest.

I had to deal with Christian in the past, to me he seem very passionate about what he does.

Quick Specs :

- Crewkerz Cleep long (1090/380/+65) frame and fork.

- Crewkerz Wheels

- Brakes : rear hs33 ("old" style) + 185mm BB7 front brake

- Tires : Der Kaiser, speed king 2.1

- Maxxis ultralight tubes

- Cranks/freewheel : Crewkerz, splined.

- Try-All single cages pedals

- Titanium, alloy, nylon (hs33 crossover "clips") bolts almost everywhere

- Crewkerz Stem

- Trialtech Carbon bar.

Approx. Weight : 9.4kg, which is not so bad i think using a bb7 and a der Kaiser

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Looks nice. Could you put a picture up of the rear brake mounts though please.

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gorgeous, but not alot of tyre clearance! :nerd:

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gorgeous, but not alot of tyre clearance! :nerd:

Deffo not being a dick here, but do you actually need more tyre clerance than that? Especially since it has bolt through axles. :)

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Looks nice. Could you put a picture up of the rear brake mounts though please.

I don't have one, if i clearly understand what you want, but i'll try to take one ;-)

gorgeous, but not alot of tyre clearance! :nerd:

Considering the der Kaiser as a "big" Tire, there is plenty.

Your impression is probably coming from the fact that pictures don't do justice to that point.

There are 1 to 2 centimeters of clearance everywhere, i think you can call that plenty. :wink2:

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I know it seems like a strange request and if you don't have one then it doesn't matter. I was just wondering about the welds just below the mounts.

I just checked the tarty website and they had some pics up on there. The mounts look solid but surely there's a weak point there around the weld?

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Deffo not being a dick here, but do you actually need more tyre clerance than that? Especially since it has bolt through axles. :)

dropgap = wheels buckled a few mm = rubbing

tyre on natural sections rolling of the rim slightly, unseating it = rubbing

torsional twist/flex = rubbing

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inthesystem > I agree with you on what you said above, but i can assure you that the clearance is quite good. I had qui a lot of frame in the past and the clearance was not that good.

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That looks fantastic although I do agree about the tyre clearance it might just be the photo or that massive tyre.

The build quality of the frame look second to none the rear drop outs look outstanding

Nice bike mate

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I hope this will help.

My "old" quark2 had the same clearance, i never had any issue with it.

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That cnc'd bit looks good.

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dropgap = wheels buckled a few mm = rubbing

tyre on natural sections rolling of the rim slightly, unseating it = rubbing

torsional twist/flex = rubbing

Never thought about that... haha, sorry I was wrong! :)

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