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Jun 7, 2020 at 16:31
Jun 7, 2020
Bike Check: Neko Mulally's Intense M29: Downhill Southeast - Windrock 2020
@NorCalNomad: I think the departure from the classic Intense design aesthetic might have something to do with the fact that this frame was designed in conjunction with CERO designs (see It takes a few design cues from the Unno Ever which Cesar Rojo spent several years designing, racing and refining. Personally, I think it's a stunning bike!
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May 27, 2019 at 22:24
May 27, 2019
These forks are simply stunning in person. The machining is gorgeous, and the extent of the thought and care that has gone into the design is abundant. Cornelius truly is a wonder! And (which is more) they also work beautifully!

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Jan 12, 2014 at 0:18
Jan 12, 2014
Hey dude, happy to help. I'm pretty crap with Facebook but will look you up there if I get a moment. If you wanna catch me more directly just drop me an email at ydopen@ Happy to share what I know if it can help. Cheers, M

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Jan 10, 2014 at 0:15
Jan 10, 2014
Hi, that's awesome you've got your frame!! The bb shell will be a 73, the old isis cranks will probably be too short for it. Most modern 73mm cranksets should work with it. I'm running a saint setup, you should stick with the external bb set ups and you'll be fine. The Hadley hub should be easy enough to sort, I can recommend putting ceramic bearings in it, they make a huge difference. Just make sure that you whoever works on the hub has the right tools. Good luck with the build and let me know if you need any more tips. Cheers!!

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Nov 27, 2013 at 14:40
Nov 27, 2013
Thanks man. It's a pretty cool bike, that's for sure - and still rides brialliantly after all these years. The 2003/2004 models take a custom 160mm rear hub made by Hadley to fit the floating brake assembly inside the frame. Earlier frames (2001/2002) came with a modified 135mm hope hub. The hubs came with the frame from the factory, so whoever's selling you the frame you're looking at should sell the hub with the frame. The hub will only fit these frames so it's pretty much useless on its own. Hope this helps.

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