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Oct 11, 2016 at 0:54
Oct 11, 2016
Stunning, in fact the whole set is, nice swan.

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mattwragg mattwragg's photo
Sep 29, 2016 at 4:22
Sep 29, 2016
I think it's Works Components. Either way, Works are good guys who make great headsets.

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mattwragg mattwragg's article
Sep 27, 2016 at 1:13
Sep 27, 2016
From the Top: Dale McMullen and Ali Beckett of Vitus and Nukeproof Bikes
Errr... The history is the same? "After the American bicycle boom of the 90’s, came a dramatic decline in the market and Nuke Proof Industries struggled to continue trading. In 2004 Northern Irish DH racer and long term admirer of the brand, Michael Cowan, saw the chance to save the brand. He set about acquiring the trademarks with the aim to re-invigorate the iconic brand. A leading and influential mountain bike racer himself, Michael put in place a product development team of experienced and passionate riders." Dale and Ali are those experienced and passionate riders...
Sep 22, 2016 at 9:40
Sep 22, 2016

Ridiculous playbike needs to go *price drop*

$800 GBP
I have just lost the use of my bike store, so need to downsize and this bike is my least used, so... This was a bit of fun that got out of hand. When I switched over to 27.5" I had all my 26" parts leftover and we had a Commencal Absolut frame in the roof... This was the result. To be honest it's a bit impractical - 1550g DT Swiss EXC1550 carbon rims on a playbike probably won't last too long, but they are very nice and very light... And if the rims do go, you are still left with a pair of 240S hubs, which are a great base for any wheelset and retail for over 500 Euros alone. The fork is a factory edition (ie. Kashima and FIT damper) Fox 36RC2, dropped to 80mm. Cranks are XX carbon with a Wolftooth narrow/wide ring. Renthal cockpit, Thomson seatpost and clamp, Shimano Zee gears with an SLX rear brake (LH). Tyres are boxfresh Schwalbe Tabletops. I'm sorry to see this go, but can't justfy keeping it...

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