phalanx

I'm 17, love everything mountain bike, and aspire higher in racing and everything I do!

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phalanx shaunmm's photo
Oct 19, 2014 at 6:41
Oct 19, 2014
Cheers!

phalanx shaunmm's photo
Oct 18, 2014 at 16:07
Oct 18, 2014
woop woop! thanks for showing some love to the place!

phalanx shaunmm's photo
Oct 18, 2014 at 13:19
Oct 18, 2014
thats a rad turner too.

phalanx aaronvanderploeg's video
Oct 2, 2014 at 14:27
Oct 2, 2014
video
what that song?

phalanx Kop5's photo
Sep 28, 2014 at 11:59
Sep 28, 2014
It stands up on its own? lol rad

phalanx phalanx's photo
Sep 28, 2014 at 11:49
Sep 28, 2014
Cheers man

Selling
Sep 28, 2014 at 10:56
Sep 28, 2014

Nukeproof Solum with all Deity

$1700 USD
This is the bike that I want to see you on for pushing the sport further, it feels absolutely incredible if you like steel frames, meaning its a little on the heavy side, however, with chain-stays you can slam, along with the superior strength of all the components, this bike definitely compensates, especially with the integrated seat clamp and chain tenisioners. The 100% deity components gives it incredible handling (from what i could compare to other dirt jumpers just on the street). This bike has never been pushed, but that is subject to change depending on how long this ad is up (I broke my fibula). I am selling because I wanted a fun project to complete that looked great, now that I'm done, I feel its time to move on to the DH projects for the 2015 season. The bike it set up for a 5,11 to 6,1 rider, but if you swap the top and bottom headset spacers, it can fit a smaller person. The bike is intended for dirt, but I am 100% confident in its street abilities (it feels tall and tight and is the easiest bike to manual I have ever experienced) Background info: Nukeproof has apparently discontinued the solum, this may change, but I assume it's because Jack Fogel. is no longer with them, which means the bike is now a one of a kind, especially paired with the deity. Just looking at it will show that. The Marzocchi 4x WC that is on the bike is heavy(4 lbs), but compares to some of the top forks out there performance-wise. It has compression adjustment along with rebound, and completes the hardened look to the bike. (it can be set for any weight really The Deetraks are used, but in very good condition, and still as shiny as ever. Complete Part list: 2013 Nukeproof solum with Nukeproof warhead headset Deity Parts: -fantom stem -topsoil bars -enoki grips (best grips on the market IMO because of the expanding internal cone) -vendetta cranks with vendetta spindle -armada BB -termite 25t sprocket -compound pedals -syringe seatpost -metric pivotal seat -valve caps (not shown in pictures but they are purple and will be on the bike when shipped) Brakes are Shimano mineral oil, and feel awesome (no bleed needed) they go to a regular avid rotor Schwalbe Crazy Bobs should speak for themselves, but I've been told by a good source that they last very, very long Deetraks wheelset front+rear with the hubs. Marzocchi 4x WC with a medium length steer-tube, painted to match the bike (a couple layers that can come off to show the awesome white underneath) don't worry, the paint was for aesthetics not to conceal cracks. HALO 12t drive in the rear is going to last a very, very long time Origin8 single speed conversion has a flange to make the kit look smooth Schrader tubes, KMC 4000series single speed chain(good luck snapping it) This is all worth a bit over 2 grand, which is close to what a retailer would charge, and so I'm making the price about 15% off what I would assume retail to be. I am negotiable on the price given where you live and what shipping ends up being, so message me and we can talk, I'd like to help us both out.

Added 9 photos to Wood-Ramp
Sep 22, 2014 at 20:08
Sep 22, 2014
phalanx LamaCycles's article
Sep 10, 2014 at 8:00
Sep 10, 2014
2014 Bike Check: Peter Comstock
damn. That is an incredibly dialed bike. Can't wait to see what he pulls off.
phalanx deityusa's video
Aug 29, 2014 at 8:37
Aug 29, 2014
video
woo woo hell yeah

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