My New Bullit. Changes to come- cut steerer once I find my preferred bar height, Easton monkeylite DH bar, drop the big from the fron and add a bash ring.
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My New Bullit. Changes to come- cut steerer once I find my preferred bar height, Easton monkeylite DH bar, drop the big from the fron and add a bash ring.

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 Gotcha. Salute

As you've mentioned you're doing AM, light FR with the thing, that setup is pretty much perfect. I'm saving up for a new frame actually, at least 7" rear travel (current rig is a 130mm trail bike), and the Bullit is defo on the list. I was also looking at the Transition Blindside and the Spesh SX Trail. Still got a lot of thinking and saving to do, lol Big Grin
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 Haha. If you're ever over here in the UK near me, you're welcome to have a blast! Smile

One thing I will advise is demo whatever you have your eye on. Bit of a no brainer. I got lucky with the bullit- there were no demo bikes anywhere near me, so just gambled and it paid off and suits my style of riding perfectly.
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 Props on the build. What size frame is your Bullit?

How'd you find the ride your Bullit? Characteristics? tup
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 It's Large mate. I've only managed time for a quick ride round the block, so haven't had a chance to do some actual riding yet. I rode up quite a big hill near my street and I was really surprised and impressed at how easily it went up. I was expecting it be bobbing and bouncing all over, but it stayed firm and kept going. I'm so glad I went for the 2-step lyrik for this reason. I can drop the travel from 160mm to 130mm with the flick of a dial and really makes pedalling easier.

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