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Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 11:08 Quote
Few of my noble steeds


^^Evil Wreckoning
Push Elevensix
Fox Factory 36 W/ Push ACS3 Coil
Fax Transfer Dropper
Renthal Carbon Fatbar
Hope V4 Brakes
Hope Floating Rotors
Sram X01 groupset (AXS oil slick cassette and chain)
Wolftooth dropper lever
Fabric Scoop saddle w/ carbon rails
Enve M730
Industry nine Hydra hubs
Industry nine A35 stem
Maxxis Aggressor rear Maxxis DHF Front
DMR Deathgrips
Crank Bros Stamp 11 pedals


^^ Evil Calling on Winter wheels (Run Crank Bros Synthesis E11 w/ Hydra Hubs in the summer)
Push Elevensix
Fox Factory 36 W/ Push ACS3 Coil
Fax Transfer Dropper
Enve M7 Bars
Hope E4 Brakes
Hope Floating Rotors
Sram X01 groupset (XX1 gold cassette and chain)
Wolftooth dropper lever
Fabric Scoop saddle w/ carbon rails
WTB Asym i35 26"+
Industry nine Hydra hubs
Industry nine A35 stem
Surly Dirt Wizard 2.75"
DMR Deathgrips
Crank Bros Stamp 7 pedals


^^ New Evil Faction 2 build
Parts purchased and going on:
Fox Factory 36 831 DJ fork
profile column cranks
Profile galaxy sprocket
cult half link chain
cult mid bb
deity Highside bars
Deity Cavity stem
deity retina setpost
deity frisco i beam saddle
DMR deathgrips
Hope E4 rear brake
Spank spoon 32 wheels
industry nine hydra hubs
Maxxis dth skinwalls

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 12:51 Quote
EXT-USA wrote:
I am not currently aware of them making the Storia available in that size but that is probably because they are focused on development of a fork. However, they have stated that they want us to let them know when people are asking for something out side of the current range of availability so they can gauge demand and that they are working on other projects so I will pass that along. Perhaps something that would cater to more short travel sizes is in the works? I am not sure though.

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 13:32 Quote
thunder-nuggets wrote:
EXT-USA wrote:
I am not currently aware of them making the Storia available in that size but that is probably because they are focused on development of a fork. However, they have stated that they want us to let them know when people are asking for something out side of the current range of availability so they can gauge demand and that they are working on other projects so I will pass that along. Perhaps something that would cater to more short travel sizes is in the works? I am not sure though.

oopsie, you weren't supposed to spill those beans right? is it that really sexy shiny one we saw on a Nicolai with an EXT? i.e this one?


Maybe this should be in a PM.

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 13:49 Quote
ChunkySalsa wrote:



Nice man, how does it handle in the snow?

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 13:55 Quote
[Quote="sosburn"]
thunder-nuggets wrote:
EXT-USA wrote:
I am not currently aware of them making the Storia available in that size but that is probably because they are focused on development of a fork. However, they have stated that they want us to let them know when people are asking for something out side of the current range of availability so they can gauge demand and that they are working on other projects so I will pass that along. Perhaps something that would cater to more short travel sizes is in the works? I am not sure though.



Maybe this should be in a PM.

yup

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 13:59 Quote
[Quote="thunder-nuggets"]
sosburn wrote:
thunder-nuggets wrote:




Maybe this should be in a PM.

yup

No worries, just a suggestion

Posted: Dec 12, 2019 at 14:01 Quote
ChunkySalsa wrote:
Few of my noble steeds



Sick wreckoning.
Why not bigger rotors?

Posted: Dec 13, 2019 at 4:51 Quote
sosburn wrote:
ChunkySalsa wrote:
Few of my noble steeds



Sick wreckoning.
Why not bigger rotors?

180/180 with Hope V4s is Plenty, handles regular enduro spots and Highland like a dream

Posted: Dec 13, 2019 at 4:56 Quote
chriskneeland wrote:
ChunkySalsa wrote:



Nice man, how does it handle in the snow?

Pretty well, was a little out matched in this 10" of fresh but was surprisingly grippy


Posted: Dec 13, 2019 at 7:05 Quote
Beauty bikes... just perfect! I have a question re the Surly Dirt Wizards - how are they? I know those are 26+ and I am curious about the 27.5+ 3.0" versions.. hows the front end traction compared to a DHF?

ChunkySalsa wrote:
chriskneeland wrote:
ChunkySalsa wrote:



Nice man, how does it handle in the snow?

Pretty well, was a little out matched in this 10" of fresh but was surprisingly grippy


Posted: Dec 13, 2019 at 7:44 Quote
CDT77 wrote:
Beauty bikes... just perfect! I have a question re the Surly Dirt Wizards - how are they? I know those are 26+ and I am curious about the 27.5+ 3.0" versions.. hows the front end traction compared to a DHF?

ChunkySalsa wrote:
chriskneeland wrote:


Nice man, how does it handle in the snow?

Pretty well, was a little out matched in this 10" of fresh but was surprisingly grippy


I run 2.3" Aggressor Rear and 2.5" DHF front on all of my bikes and ive been impressed with the dirt wizards so far. Most of my riding with them has been cold, wet, snowy, or wet leaves and they hook up really well.

Posted: Dec 14, 2019 at 7:49 Quote
Can a Fox X2 fit in an Offering?

Posted: Dec 14, 2019 at 10:14 Quote
Forced bike layoff after surgery so I took the chance to do some maintenance and clean up on my Insurgent. New Hope BB, ACS3 Push upgrade on the 36, grips, chain, and a tyre still to go on. I stupidly roundeded out the 5mm hex on my rear axle, so am waiting on a replacement before I can do the rear tyre swap...

Looks like all the other black Evils, but I'm still in bike-love with it!


Posted: Dec 14, 2019 at 11:12 Quote
austenselk wrote:
Can a Fox X2 fit in an Offering?


yeah a trunnion mount one will

Posted: Dec 14, 2019 at 12:07 Quote
sosburn wrote:
austenselk wrote:
Can a Fox X2 fit in an Offering?


yeah a trunnion mount one will

Excellent. Thanks.


 
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