Bucky

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Well as long as you're happy, but the seller sure got a good deal.

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That is about the normal going price for them, sure you can find them for less but not that often

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My current project needs a couple of bits then the frames off for powdercoating.

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I have this together for some ditrt jumping this summer.

Giant brass, fox vannila fork, truvative cranks howitzer, halo hubs on halo and mavic rims, Deore disc.

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Same old 650B kit I've been running for couple of years but got myself a nice new frame.

I think it may well be time for some new brakes though.

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What's up with those? The lever design is the best one shimano have ever done, massive power. Same levers as my saints, only without the gold knob.

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Those SLX brakes don't offer that great a power unfortunately, however are very comfy! Mine work well enough for me to cope

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Recently built 2000 Specialized P3, surprisingly light bike!

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Too short and no rear disc mount :P Absolutely hated mine!

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My new XC beast, ready for my first long distance enduro event this Sunday! First proper (Read:Sensible) bike I've ever owned, after a long list of street, DJ and 4X bikes! She is one of 6 bikes in my current collection, but by fair one of my favourite!

Tyres are to be replaced with something a bit bigger after the race, and the wheels with something lighter and tubeless compatible.

Spec is as follows:

Frame: On One Whippet carbon 18"

Fork: RockShox sidehop XX 120mm X-Loc

Headset: On One Smoothie

Cranks: Shimano XTR M970

Shifter: Shimano XTR M980 10s

Mech: Shimano ZEE Fr 10s

Cassette: Shimano Tiagra 11-30 10s

Chain: Sram PC-1070

Chain Guide: Modified Superstar Top Guide Converted To Direct Mount

Bottom Bracket: Token BB92 Press Fit

Brakes: Shimano XT M775

Rotors: Shimano XT RT76

Bars: Octane One Chemical 750mm

Stem: Superstar Zenith 50mm

Grips: Funn Lock Ons

Pedals: Wellgo SPD

Seatpost: Maxim Race

Saddle: Ragley Ti

Front Hub: On One Max Adaptable

Rear Hub: On One Max Adaptable

Front Rim: Mavic XM119

Rear Rim: Mavic XM119

Spokes: Sapim Race DB

Tyres: Onza Canis 26x2.00 120TPI

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absolutely stunning

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absolutely stunning

Cheers boss!

Weighing in at a featherweight 10kg, she really does fly!

I think the words the head mechanic in work used were "it's very Euro!" :P

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That's beautiful!

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Love it, I kept fancying the carbon 456, even more so when they where on offer but nothing else of Mine was lightweight :P

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My new XC beast,

This makes me happier than a bike should.

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Love it, I kept fancying the carbon 456, even more so when they where on offer but nothing else of Mine was lightweight :P

I'm seriously tempted by a 456 as well! A race weight 150mm travel hardtail sounds somewhat appealing! :P Having ridden them against the steel, it's probably worth noting the Steel was actually funner to ride as I was worried about hurting the Carbon! Although the straight off 1kg weight saving was enough to make it nicer to ride over a whole day!

This makes me happier than a bike should.

I'm just waiting for the photographs from the Enduro race I did yesterday to come out! Even after 50 miles I was loving how she rode, and grinning like an idiot!

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Thought you may appreciate another of my steeds!

Frame: Nukeproof Snap Regular

Fork: Fox F-Series 120mm R

Headset: Ritchey Comp

Cranks: Shimano Deore

Chain: KMX Kool 1.1/8

Chain Tensioner: Gusset

Chain Guide: Blackspire Stinger

Brakes: Shimano Deore M595

Front Rotor: Shimano XT RT76

Rear Rotor: Avid Cleansweep G3 (Shimano RT-76 On It's Way)

Bars: Gu trials 760mm

Stem: RaceFace Ride 70mm

Grips: Funn Lock Ons

Pedals: Ritchey Race SPD

Seatpost: Point One Racing

Saddle: Blank Basic (Ragley Ti On It's Way)

Front Hub: On One Max Adaptable

Rear Hub: On One Max Adaptable

Front Rim: Mavic XM119 (Octane One Solar 33 On It's Way)

Rear Rim: Octane One Solar 33

Spokes: Sapim Race DB

Rear Tyre: Maxxis Advantage 2.4

Front Tyre: Continental mountain King 2.4

Just need to wait to get into work to grab some spokes, and then I can build up the Octane One rim onto the front. Also got a new saddle and rotor in the post to make it all look a bit more rad! The plan is to throw the XT brakes from my On One onto here once I can afford some XTR Races for the her.

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Enjoy!

James

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Both gorgeous. I love my steel 456summer season, epic amounts of fun to hoon around on.

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As I am clearing out and tidying up the workshop, I might as well get pictures of everything up! This is my '98 Stumpjumper M2, currently singlespeed and rigid for that all out hardcore look! Although usually resigned to commute duties, she gets the occasional whizz around the local singletrack every now and then!

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She is soon being transferred into a geared On One 456 or Inbred for my dad however... sad times!

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my next non trials bike(retro ahoy!)

marin nail trail 1995,used only as a home trainer yeah!

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here is my baby, proposed plans are some RC34 Forks, clip in pedals of some sort, some decent tubeless tyres LUST i reckon and a dropper post. I cannot wait to get some money!

I also plan to strip the frame down entirely and powder coat it white.

I also recently designed a replaceable carbon tube version or the santa cruz nomad, considering making that to see how it does, but needs work still. maybe by the end of next year :)

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Wanting to upload pics of my roadie and mtb onto here

Howwwww ????

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Wanting to upload pics of my roadie and mtb onto here

Howwwww ????

Photo bucket then link the image. Can't wait to see your mtb.

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My Meta 55

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