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Added 1 photo to Buysell
Feb 16, 2017 at 18:15Feb 16, 2017
Sep 6, 2016 at 21:46Sep 6, 2016
Know very little about this fork. Came with a used frame I bought but ended up using a different fork.
Added 1 photo to Buysell
Sep 6, 2016 at 21:37Sep 6, 2016
Sep 6, 2016 at 21:36Sep 6, 2016
Don't know much about it. Believe it came off a roubiax. Carbon legs and steerer, zinc leg insets. Tapered steerer.
Added 2 photos to Fetish-freccia
Jul 7, 2016 at 18:14Jul 7, 2016
Jul 7, 2016 at 18:13Jul 7, 2016
You read that right, this is a custom built Fetish Freccia. Fetish was a small frame builder that went out of business, but not before producing these unique aluminum frames. Built up with a mix of Shimano Ultegra, 105, and tiagra parts, a reynolds carbon fork, and shimano R500 wheels. Components were purchased mostly as a bundle from their previous owner who I suspect took a spill which scraped up the brake hoods. Frame has never been crashed (scratches are from u-lock). Flat pedals on for sale but will come with a pair of shimano 105 pedals as well. Short stem shown was to shorten the reach for myself (5'10"). I have a 100mm stem which will be included for larger riders. Everything is running smooth, feel free to ask any questions.
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Jun 27, 2016 at 17:35Jun 27, 2016
First Ride: Tantrum Cycles Missing Link Suspension
Great innovation and creativity. Hope everyone's paying to where they should be taking their designs.
Added 5 photos to Bandit
Mar 2, 2016 at 23:04Mar 2, 2016
Mar 2, 2016 at 23:02Mar 2, 2016
What you see is what you get: 2013 Bandit frame (rear thru-axle) built up with a Kashima fox shock, pike 454 air, descendent cranks 170mm, raceface 32t ring, mrp g2 top guide, x9 with 11-36 cassette , elixer 7 brakes with carbon lever, 180mm rotors, roval traverse wheelset (have been bombproof, very impressed), 740mm boobars with short stem, seat has carbon rails, mallet 2 pedals, minion 60a 2.35s. Still love this bike but decided to replace my two bikes with one all-rounder. Transition was ahead of the game in making an aggressive trail bike. Tough frame mated to tough components but still very light. Don't be fooled by the travel numbers, while it climbs wonderfully and threads the needle in tight trails, this bike punches well above its weight class and can handle anything Cumberland, Tzhouhalem, or Hartland can throw at you. Trades related to an all-rounder or a fully rigid 29er are welcome.
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