Saucyride pinkbikeoriginals's article
Jul 10, 2021 at 19:44Jul 10, 2021
Video: A Close Look at Andréane Lanthier Nadeau's Rocky Mountain Altitude Race Bike
On mine it's a Z1 coil with black lowers, and there's red highlights that match the lettering on the frame. Clean, but not too matchy-matchy.
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May 26, 2021 at 19:18May 26, 2021
May 26, 2021 at 19:15May 26, 2021
Built this bike from frame up in 2018, but frame may be 2016 or 2017. Always the nice-day bike in the fleet, not my wet weather steed. Ridley says it's a small with a 54cm seat tube, but Ridley's race geo fits pretty big. I'm about 6'1" and this felt a touch small. Unless you want a pretty race-y fit it's probably best suited for 5'6" to 5'10", or up to 6' if you want to get low. Hasn't seen regular use in a year, time for my wall art to get used by someone. Specs: - Ultegra R8000 shifters, derailleurs, brakes, cassette (11-30) - Ultegra RS700 C30 wheelset - Rotor crankset and Q-Rings (52-36), If desired, I have the original no-Q chainrings that came with the crankset (52-36 as well) - FSA Energy bars and stem (44cm bars, 130mm stem) - Fizik bar tape - Continental Grand Prix 4000 SII tires Other info: - Chain replaced prior to listing, factory lube removed, Squirt wax lube applied - Your choice of either a 4ZA (Ridley house brand) cirrus elite saddle, or a carbon railed Ghost branded saddle. Pro Stealth saddle NOT included. - Pedal and cages not included 7.62 kg's with my computer mount, cages, the heavier stealth saddle pictured, and pedals
Saucyride bicyclerider's article
Feb 9, 2021 at 12:04Feb 9, 2021
Dangerholm's Back With Another Wild Build - The Hyper Spark Project
Dangerholm has done more for Scott brand advertising than Scott.
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Jan 9, 2021 at 17:24Jan 9, 2021
Pinkbike Poll: Would You Rather Buy a Frame Only or a Complete Bike?
I've seen this comment already but it still applies, being a bike mechanic makes the frame up builds a lot more feasible. But on any OEM bike I buy, the minimums are changing all cockpit components to what I like and changing wheels to something I've built.
Saucyride mikekazimer's article
Dec 7, 2020 at 9:50Dec 7, 2020
Field Test: 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude - The All-Mountain Enduro Bike
I bought the purple nurple coloured frame about a month ago, somehow found some parts available to build it, and am now three rides deep. Started in shortest/steepest positioning, making it suuuper playful, this thing is a hoot. The north shore jank has never been more fun and lippy.
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Sep 23, 2020 at 19:47Sep 23, 2020
Sep 23, 2020 at 19:39Sep 23, 2020
Do you want to go fast? This bike is made for speed and blurs the lines between XC and all mountain. I bought this December 2019 with the intention to race XC this summer, but covid cancelled those plans. Overbuilt for racing needs, perfect for general trail riding. Carbon goodies near everywhere, aluminum where it should be. If you like labels, call it down-country or up-duro, but either way you want it, she bangs. Frame - Intense Sniper Trail Sz Large with upgraded linkage brace for just the right amount of rear end stiffness Fork - Fox Factory 34 Stepcast Shock - Fox Factory Float Evol Wheels - DT Swiss M1700, these use 350 hubs with super reliable star ratchet engagement, rear has a ding but spins true and hasn't affected holding pressure tubeless. Shifter - XTR 9100 12s Derailleur - XTR 9100 12s Cassette - XT 8100 10-51t 12s Chain - Sram XO Eagle (more durable than shimano chains) Cranks/BB- Sram Stylo DUB carbon cranks + BB, Eagle 32t chainring Brakes - XT 8100 4-piston front, 2-piston rear Rotors - Shimano RT-81 ice-tech, 180mm front, 160mm rear Cockpit - Intense 780mm carbon bars with alloy stem, Raceface grips Seatpost - Depends how tall you are, either a 125mm travel SDG Tellis, or 150mm X-Fusion Manic. Both are cable actuated with easy service/replace cartridge internals. Saddle - Your choice, either a lightweight Carbon 4za Cirrus Pro with a scuff or mint condition Alloy 4za Cirrus Pro Rubber - Maxxis High Roller II front, Rekon rear No pedals or bottle cages Mechanic owned, regularly cleaned and maintained, but being used there are normal wear marks/heel rub Everything runs smooth, suspension lowers and air can serviced most recently in September 2020 Fits me well at 6'1", Intense says 5'8" to 6'2" for large. Located in Burnaby, would meet up around lower mainland.
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