Archive for May, 2011

Bike Checks: New Overhaul Service on a Pivot Mach 5!

We will be featuring bikes that are full overhaul service at Tionghin from now and having a bike checks on the complete assembly!

Bike Checks on a new Overhaul Service on a Pivot Mach 5!
Tai brought us the bike with lots of changes in mind, groupset upgrade with full overhaul and preparation for the Pivot’s Firebird build! So we did it just for him! Look at the details on the bike, nothing was left behind! We will be posting the Firebird build too, so say tune!

Read on…


The overhaul result of the bike!


As good as new!


2010 Fox 32 Talas RLC FIT for all the bump absorption.


Resurface rotor and true wheels!


Cock pit with FSA K Force Carbon low rise bar and FSA stem. Sram X.0 brakes and Sram X.0 shifters for the stopping and gears.


Details of the Pivot’s logo and custom cable rub shields.


Front drive train with Sram X.0 crankset double chainring and Shimano XT Direct mount Dyna-Sys front derailleur. The crank are custom shielded too!


Rear transmission with Sram X.0 rear derailleur and Sram X.0 10 speed cassette and Sram X.0 10 speed chain!


Wheels on Crank brother Cobalt and running Continental Mountain King in tubeless set up.


Details of the Sram X.0 10 speed cassette!


The inner cassette body!


The full overhaul active DW-Link.


Custom tune Fox Float RP23 rear shock to match the DW-Link on the bike.


The Pivot DW-Link.


Full polish and shield bike ready for ride!

Components List
Frame: Pivot Mach 5 2010
Fork: Fox 2010 TALAS FIT RLC 140mm, with 15QR axle
Headset: Chris King Inset headset
Wheels: Crank Brother Cobalt wheelset
Tires: Continental Mountain King 2.2 Front and Rear tubeless
Saddle: Fizik Gobi
Bar: FSA K Force Carbon Low rise Handlebar
Grip: ODI Ruffian Lock On grips
Crank: Sram X.0 Double Chainring 175mm Cranks
Brake: Sram X.0 disc brake by Avid
Rotor: Avid G2 6 bolt Disc, 180mm(front) and Avid G3 6 bolt Disc, 160mm(rear)
Stem: FSA K Force, 90mm length, 31.8mm clamp diameter stem
Seatpost: Thomson Elite Seatpost
Pedal: Shimano DX SPD Pedals
Cassette: Sram X.0 Cassette 10 speed
Shifters: Sram X.0 10 speed shifters
Rear derailleur: Sram X.0 carbon
Front derailleur: Shimano XT Direct Mount Dyna-Sys
Chain Guide Device: None
Chain: Sram 10speed Chain

Stay tune for more upcoming new overhaul services and bike checks!

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Octane One Products are HERE!!!

Octane One SPARK 24” street/park frame for 24” wheels only
A new park and street frame with geometry designed for 24” wheels only. Perfect for low travel suspension forks (60-100mm) or rigid forks. Medium front-end length perfect for 24” wheels and a short compact rear end with a high BB. The head angle is quite steep which makes for quick handling and easy front wheel tricks. The chain stays will let you adjust the rear wheel position within the 365-381mm range. The Spark head tube is designed to work with an integrated headset (the most popular BMX standard – Campy spec). It comes with a standard threaded BB shell so you can easily fit your favorite mountain bike cranks. Simple and straight seat stays shape. With simple and straight seat stays and small dropouts w/o a derailleur hanger you get weight saving and perfect clean look. There are no cable guides attached permanently to the frame – we provide removable 3M cable guides if you need brakes . The Spark has a short seat tube extension over the top tube and integrated steel seat post collar for 25.4mm BMX size seat post. The frame comes with disk brake mounts, and fit rotors up to 185mm (no V-brakes mounts). Custom butted tubes beefed up in the stress areas keep weight low and strength high. An additionally reinforced top tube / seat tube junction is tough enough to survive abuse from tailwhips and 360’s. The new Spark is an advanced frame made from high quality double butted 4130 cro-mo steel at a great price!




Octane One VOID 3.0 dirt frame for 26” wheels
The new 2011 Void frame comes with more dirt oriented geometry and is designed especially for 26” wheels. The BB is lowered for more stability, and to fit higher forks with more travel. At the same time the frame gets a slightly steeper head angle for quicker handling. The rear end is compact and short and you adjust the rear wheel position within the 379-395mm range. The head tube is designed to work with integrated headsets – (the most popular BMX standard – Campy spec). The Void comes with a standard threaded BB shell so you can easily fit your favorite mountain bike cranks. With simple and straight seat stays and small dropouts w/o a derailleur hanger you get weight saving and perfect clean look. There are no cable guides attached permanently to the frame – we provide removable 3M cable guides if you need brakes. The seat tube extension over the top tube has been shortened and the frame has an integrated seat post clamp. The frame has no V-brakes mounts that would mess with the clean look, and the Void comes with disk brake mounts and fit rotors up to 185mm.
Custom butted tubes beefed up in the stress areas keep weight low and strength high. An additionally reinforced top tube / seat tube junction is tough enough to survive abuse from tailwhips and 360’s. The new Void is an advanced frame made from high quality double butted 4130 cro-mo steel at a great price! Same proven strength as last year.
Check out new colors for 2011.We suggest using 80-100mm travel forks for dirt, park, street and up to 120-140mm travel for bigger dirt, slopestyle, hardtail freeride. If you prefer rigid forks then you should consider using models with around 435mm axle-to-crown which will still keep the BB and front end high enough.




Octane One CHEMICAL 25.4 all-round handlebar
A very strong and light 25.4mm dirt/street handlebar that will find a lot of fans among 4X, Slopestyle, Freeride and Downhill riders too! The Chemical has new-school geometry and a 710mm width for better control over the bike and during spins. With 9 degrees of backsweep, it is very comfortable even when ridden uncut. The 75mm rise will work great for suspension and rigid forks users. Thanks to its custom tubing the Chemical is ready to take some serious abuse. Slick markers in the middle and the ends of the handlebar will make it easy to adjust or cut down.

Octane One BOLT-ON LONG grips
Bolt-on grips made from high quality rubber, equipped with 2 aluminum bolt collars, offered in various color versions to match your bike! With 145mm width these grips should be used without shifters. Mushroom style ribbed pattern is strong and comfortable. A new better, softer rubber compound is used. The result is great feel and more durability. Bar ends included!

Octane One WARP 1 INTEGRATED headset
The Warp-1 comes in a most popular BMX standard – Campy spec. This integrated headset will fit Void 3.0 and Spark frames. Build from high quality materials and fitted with sealed bearings. The top cup and crown race are made of aluminum. Star nut included.


Octane One WARP 1 sealed bearings headset
The Warp-1 is a light headset with slim and low shape. However it’s still plenty solid. Build from high quality materials and fitted with sealed bearings. The cups and top seal are made of aluminum, thicker in the places that need to be reinforced. This results in a combination of light weight and durability. Star nut included.

Octane One PIVOTAL all-round pivotal seat
A light and strong Pivotal seat. Constructed of 100% nylon with a thin padding and really nice 1 pcs micro-suede top cover. Improved base construction prevents seat damage, especially cracked or bent seat nose. The Pivotal mount was moved forward making the front-end shorter and stiffer. Stronger overall structure. Hollow bolt.



Octane One NYLON plastic Pivotal seat post
Light and short hard plastic/nylon seat post compatible with Pivotal saddles. Lighter than any alloy posts. Offered in two popular diameters: 25.4mm (for the Spark and most BMX frames) and 27.2mm (for the Void and most MTB steel frames). The 110mm length translates into to around 60mm of adjustment. Threads reinforced with alloy insert.

Octane One PIVOTAL alloy seat post
Light and short seat post compatible with Pivotal saddles. Offered in the most popular MTB dirt/street diameter – 27.2mm. This models allows you to slam your seat all the way down. New colors.

Octane One D2 alloy crank set
D2 aluminium cranks are a fresh addition to our product line in 2011. It’s a durable, good looking and lightweight ISIS type crank set made from super strong aluminium 7050. A perfect choice for dirt, park, street, 4x, slopestyle and freeride where low weight and durability is essential. Comes with two chainrings- 22T and 32T protected by strong and light transparent polycarbonate guard.



Octane One ISIS BB bottom bracket
This great ISIS bottom bracket comes with strong and super thick axle. Instead of using small and weak sealed bearings we decided to offer a new type of BB which itself acts as a big sealed bearing. The result is a durability way greater than other bottom brackets, even those with 4 sealed bearings! Aluminum cups for weight reduction.

Octane One ORBITAL 20 front hub
Light and strong hub for 20mm thru-axle forks. Great choice not only for dirt/street riders! Rolls smoothly on high quality sealed bearings. Aluminum 7075 cones. Anodized matt finish and black hardware. Disc brake compatible. Offered in 32h versions.



Octane One ORBITAL PRO premium rear cassette hub
A light and strong MTB cassette hub that runs on 4 sealed bearings. Allen female bolts for a super clean look and strong clamping force (much stronger than a standard Q-R that can be found in most hubs on the market). The cassette body is made from 7075 alloy for weight saving. The alloy cones comes with a special reinforcing insert made of steel. The hub is anodized matt and has black hardware. It is disc brake compatible and available in both 32h versions.



Octane One ORBITAL PRO SS premium rear singlespeed hub with driver
A premium MTB singlespeed hub with a 10t driver and wide flanges for great wheel strength. It runs on four high quality sealed bearings. We use a 10t driver that fit’s big strong bearings inside. The result is that the hub runs smoothly and there will be no problems at all with the driver bearings. The steel axle is cut flush with the nuts for a clean look and for safety reasons. Steel nuts give extra strength and clamping force for securing your wheel in horizontal dropouts. For weight reduction the cones have been made from aluminum. The hub is anodized matt and has nice black hardware. It hub comes with a disc brake mount and is offered in both 32h versions.


Octane One SOLAR 31 rims
Very light and strong quality rims. Heat-treated 6061 aluminium and great low and light double-wall profile. Single eyeleted. Only for use with disk brakes. Available both in 26” and 24” sizes, 32h versions and several finishes.
front and rear use



Octane One SOLAR 32 rims
Very strong and light quality rims. Heat-treated 6061 aluminium and great strong profile. Single eyeleted. Disk brake or rim brake compatible. Available both in 26” and 24” sizes, 32h versions and several finishes.



Grab them while stock last!

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Shimano’s 2012 XTR Rear Derailler

Shimano’s 2012 XTR Rear Derailler Explained on how the system works and to get the low down on its “ON” and “OFF” switch,
The newest addition to the XTR Dyna Sys drivetrain is the RD M985 Shadow Plus rear derailleur. The Shadow Plus feature provides a selectable pivot for the pulley cage that can use a heavier spring and increased pivot friction to counteract the forces of up and down chain momentum in rough terrain.
The chain bouncing can often cause noise as the chain slaps the top and bottom of the chainstay, or even cause the chain to derail from the front ring in extreme circumstances.
The new pivot when selected to the ON position dampens the cage and consequent chain movement for a nearly silent and stable riding experience. In the OFF position the derailleur will function like a standard Shadow rear derailleur and eases the installation and removal of the rear wheel by relaxing the spring tension on the cage.


Shimano didn’t waste anytime updating both their XT and XTR groups. Reissued in 2010 with Dynasys and 2×10, IceTech and directional chains, both groups aren’t exactly aging. But, for 2012, both will see improvements.

XTR gets the new Shadow Plus rear derailleur, which claims to all but eliminate chain slap and dropped chains…which means a quieter, more flawless ride. XT gets a far more drastic update, adding a 2×10 option and borrowing a lot of the brake technology from XTR to virtually create a whole new group. In the video above, Shimano’s Bicycle Components Project Manager Matt Robertson runs through the changes.

Inside the new XTR Shadow Plus rear derailleur is a locking cam gear that holds the lower pulley cage in place. The effect is considerably more resistance to the cage pulling forward, even when pushing on it manually with more force than a bouncing suspension is likely to generate on bumpy trails or big drops. The gold switch should be turned downward (off) to remove the wheel and adjust the shifting, but for riding, it should remain on. As it rotates upward, a graduated cam pushes the silver band closed, clamping down on the ratchet gear and holding it in place.

The assembly adds a bit of weight, but nothing that trail/all-mountain riders should balk at for the potential gains in performance, quiet and keeping the chain where it’s supposed to be. I played around with it on the demo bikes and it does add some resistance to the downshift (thumb lever), but most people should acclimate to it quickly. It should be available in June.

2012 Shimano XTR rear derailleur details:

  • Uses Shimano’s new Shadow Plus technology
  • Weight: 210 grams
  • MSRP: $249.99

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Octane One 2011


Octane One team rider Pawel “Turbo” Turno pulling a winter backflip at Czarna Gora, Poland

A few years ago NS Bikes decided to launch a new brand of frames and components that were designed to be strong, functional and affordable. The aim was to offer components that were not as sophisticated as NS Bikes and would allow riders to build nice bikes without having to spend a fortune.

This season Octane One is stepping up one notch and the whole line has been seriously revamped and pumped up with some high end features, colours and designs. The prices however stayed on the same level which is a very good news for everyone looking for some fresh and yet affordable components.


Brand new Octane One Spark frames during 2011 photoshoot

This small revolution began in the frames department. From this year there is a new frame dedicated for street and park appropriately named the Spark.


Octane One Spark – street and park dedicated frame designed for 24″ wheels.

This is great news for all 24” wheels enthusiast as the Spark’s frame geometry is designed for 24″ wheels only. It’s a perfect choice for low travel suspension forks (60-100mm) or rigid forks. The frame features medium front-end length, short compact rear end with a high BB. The head angle is quite steep – perfect for quick handling and easy front wheel tricks. The chain stays will let you adjust the rear wheel position within the 365-381mm range. The Sparks head tube is designed to work with an integrated headset and comes with a standard threaded BB shell so you can easily fit your favorite mountain bike cranks. With simple & straight seat stays and small dropouts w/o a derailleur hanger and cable guides you get weight saving and perfect clean look. Custom butted tubes beefed up in the stress areas keep weight low and strength high. An additionally reinforced top tube / seat tube junction is tough enough to survive abuse from tailwhips and 360’s.


Octane One Spark – advanced frame made from high quality double butted 4130 cro-mo steel at a great price

In 2011 we can also get a new version of Void frame which comes with more dirt oriented geometry and is designed especially for 26” wheels and some brand new colors and finishes. The BB is lowered for more stability, and to fit higher forks with more travel. At the same time the frame gets a slightly steeper head angle for quicker handling. The rear end is compact and short and you adjust the rear wheel position within the 379-395mm range. The head tube is designed to work with integrated headsets. The seat tube extension over the top tube has been shortened and the frame has an integrated seat post clamp. The frame has no V-brakes mounts that would mess with the clean look, and the Void comes with disk brake mounts and fit rotors up to 185mm.


Octane One Void 3.0 – new version comes with more dirt oriented geometry and is designed especially for 26″ wheels and has brand new colors and finishes

Same as in the Spark frame the custom butted tubes have been beefed up in the stress areas keep weight low and strength high. Similar to last year’s model the new Void has been made from high quality double butted 4130 cro-mo steel making it a really strong frame.

To match Void and Spark frames, the Orbital hubs are now also available in brand new colors and finishes. Everyone will find something suitable for their riding style – from casette to single speed hubs which are also offered in premium versions.


Octane One Orbital hubs in brand new green finish


Octane One Orbital SS hub in chrome finish

The handlebar range has been also extended. All round 25.4 and 31.8 Chemical handlebars made from 6061 butted alloy will now be joined by a high-end Chemical Pro 31.8 bar.


Octane One Chemical 31.8 handlebars – width 710mm, weight 380g

New Chemical Pro 31.8 handlebars were specifically designed for 4x, Slopestyle, Freeride and Downhill. They are strong enough to take hardcore beating but light enough to be used for racing. Made from butted 7075 aluminium, with low rise are really wide (770mm) and come with stylish shape.


Octane One Chemical Pro 31.8 high-end handlebars – width 770mm, weight 325g

As we all know, wide bars provide more leverage and make the bike stable and easier to control at higher speeds. A lot of backsweep makes them feel comfortable. The new bars feature amazing price to quality ratio.

In the crank department the very popular 3 pcs and 3 pcs Pro models continue unchanged in matching colors.


Octane One 3PCS PRO premium cromoly crank set

This year’s new addition is the 2pcs crank which will weight only 800g without BB.


Octane One 2PCS PRO premium cromoly crank set

The lightest & strongest Octane One tubular cromoly crankset comes in a popular & trendy two piece format. Designed as a complete set dedicated for MTB frames with unique external bottom bracket included. Comes with strong Spanish BB 19mm bearings in external alloy cups and the result is wider and stiffer system w/o weight penalty.

D2 aluminum cranks are a fresh addition to Octane One 2011 product line. They are durable, good looking and lightweight ISIS type crank sets made from super strong aluminum 7050.


Octane One D2 alloy crank set

A perfect choice for dirt, park, street, 4x, slopestyle & freeride where low weight and durability is essential. D2 comes with two chainrings – 22T & 32T protected by strong & light transparent polycarbonate guard.

This year we will also have plenty to choose from in the saddles and seatposts department. The Pivotal and standard seatposts will be accompanied by the Rocker and the Pivotal seats as well as the super light Nylon pivotal seatpost.


Octane One 2011 Pivotal, Combo and Rocker saddles

It will also be possible to get a Combo integrated seat. This super light & clean looking 1 piece seat-post combo will feature slim padding and micro suede cover. Constructed of a plastic base and connected with aluminum 25.4mm post. This results in very competitive weight & price comparing to any standard set of seat + post.


Octane One Combo integrated seat & post – weight 245g

With all these new parts and components it would be a real shame not to promote them by having some skilled riders involved. That is why this year the Octane One factory team was joined by a skilled rider from UK – Blake Samson. Along with Pawel “Turbo” Turno and Filip Soczynski from Poland they will be representing the brand during top events across the Europe in the upcoming season.


Team rider Blake Samson testing his new bike built on Octane One components

Blake Samson, born in Zimbabwe and now living in the UK is no stranger to big events. Over the years he worked his way over to the elite and got great results in competitions like Vienna Air King, UK King of Dirt, Masters of Dirt, 26 Trix and many more. 2011 season will be no different and with support from Octane One, Fox Forks MOJOUK, Halo wheels, Gusset parts, Animal Clothing, Skull Candy, OGIO bags, Mercedes-Benz Vito sport the things are looking bright.

Stay tune for the arrival news from us for Octane One 2011 Components!!

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Pivot 2011 Mach 4 New White now available!!

The innovative and best-selling Mach 4 just got better for 2011. We made it a 5/8ths of a pound lighter, yet stiffer for an even more efficient riding experience. Using the cutting-edge dw-link® suspension design, the Mach 4 accelerates instantly during hard, out of the saddle efforts and gives amazing traction while climbing and accelerating out of corners. It’s downright snappy!

The suspension soaks up the bumps in a smooth controlled manner that lets you go faster. The 92mm BB shell, carbon reinforced double row bearing lower dw-link(R), high-modulus carbon fiber upper link and one-piece rear triangle make for a zero-flex bike. Mountain Bike Action said it best: “It gives riders all the benefits of a shorter-stroke XC racer, like sharp acceleration and a dizzying rate of climb…and it delivers the downhill handling of a longer-stroke trail bike.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.

Available in stores now!

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Answer Rove AM Stems First Impression!

As Bob Dylan would say, “times, they are a changin.” A saying which is equally at home today as it was back in the 60′s regardless of subject matter. However, it could also be used when referring to the trend in mountain bike stem length, as the super long 140mm+ stems of the early days are steadily giving way to shorter stems and wider bars.

Obviously, downhill, freeride, DJ, and other MTB disciplines have run shorter stems for ages, but even those have gotten a bit shorter. Shorter stems aren’t just for extreme riding though, as many mountain bike coaches such as Gene Hamilton of the famous Better Ride Clinics, suggests XC riders use a shorter stem and wider bar to improve confidence and handling.

This need for a shorter stem that doesn’t need to withstand the rigors of extreme riding has given rise to a new crop of lightweight all mountain stems that would be would be optimized for both XC or AM bikes. To join the short stem party, Answer has put forth the Rove AM Stem, a 3D forged, post CNC’d beauty.

Jump past the break for weight, sizes, and prices!


From top to bottom: 80mm, 70mm, 60mm.

In order to accommodate a wide range of riders, Answer offers the Rove AM in 5 sizes which increase in 10mm increments from 60 to 100mm in length all with an 8 degree rise. As you can see, the Rove is offered in 3 colorways including white, black, and Charcoal. All models of the Rove AM include stainless hardware (5mm for steerer clamp, and 4mm for the faceplate) with pre-applied LocTite.

In order to try and create a knee friendly clamp, the rear of the Rove is very slim and tapers towards the back. It’s so tapered though, that the bolts protrude from the side, so if you are the type that is constantly banging your knees on your stem you might need to shorten the bolt a bit to remove the sharp edge.

Both the inside and outside of the stem’s body are tapered to create a wide surface for the handlebar clamp. The inside of the stem is quite cavernous as lots of material is removed to decrease weight.

Personally, I’ve usually run around a 90mm stem on my 120mm travel Fuel EX and only recently tried out a 70mm stem with a wider 720 bar. The result? Improved comfort, better handling, and the ability to push my seat back giving me the feeling of more power over the tops of the pedals. I like is so much, when I tried a set up closer to what I used to ride, I was uncomfortable for the entire ride and longed for the shorter stem and wider bar.

Above, you see an 80mm Rove AM stem clamping a Protaper XC Trail bar. While this is a great set up product wise, when I went from the 70mm stem to the 80mm and the 720mm bar to the 690mm, I wasn’t happy. So for me it is back to the 70mm stem with the Answer Protaper AM 720mm bar, which is one of my favorite cockpit setups I’ve tried to date.

Answer made sure to include quite a few windows in the Rove’s faceplate to make lining up the bar underneath as easy as possible. Combined with the generous hash marks on the Protaper XC Trail bars, this proved to be extremely easy. Even for an 80mm stem, the Rove is initially proving to be an incredibly stiff stem, which is a good thing since it is not the lightest.

However, my 70mm Rove AM which comes in at 177g is replacing a 70mm Bontrager Rhythm Pro stem, which has the Rove beat by only about 18 grams (just re-weighed the Rhythm Pro, and it is actually 29g heavier than claimed). However, with a retail of around $70, the Rove is a bit cheaper than the $99.99 Rhythm Pro and is available in more colors.

As you can see, weights for the Rove AM very from 168g for a 60mm stem to 179g for the 80mm. This seems to reinforce a reoccurring theme for Answer, being that while they aren’t the lightest, they do represent one of the best values on the market. One interesting note, is that while I mentioned that the Manitou Circus that I reviewed did not include a starnut, not only does every Rove AM stem include a starnut, but it also includes a compression bolt, Answer top cap, and a 2.5 and 5mm Answer spacer. This is an especially nice touch considering the Rove has a relatively short 40mm stack height which may require an additional spacer or two if your are replacing an older stem.

Available now in stores!!

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Bike Checks: New Build on a Marin Hydro Nail Trail!

We will be featuring bikes that are build at Tionghin from now and having a bike checks on the complete set up!

Bike Checks on a Marin Hydro Nail Trail!
Full build on the new Shimano XT Dyna-Sys Groupset and custom Sun Ringle wheelset!

We do provide Race Shield protections on your bikes with additional cost on the labour charges too!

Read on..


The final complete build without grips.


Front shox with Rock Shox Classic SID!


Cockpit with PZ Racing stem, Control tech flat bar, mounting on Shimano XT brakes and Shimano XT Dyna-Sys shifters.


Front drive train with Shimano XT Crankset, and Shimano XT front derailleur.


Rear transmission with Shimano XT Dyna-Sys shadow rear derailleur, Shimano XT Dyna-Sys 10 speed cassette and chain.


Braking on the bite with the XT’s!


Polishing was done to keep the bike in perfect condition for the future.


Shielded Top tube.


Headset Turning precision with the Chris Kings!

Components List
Frame: Marin Hydro Nail Trail
Fork: Roch Shox SID Race, 100mm, Dual Air
Headset: Chris King No Thread Set headset
Wheels: Shimano XT center lock hubs with Sun Ringle Equalizer 21 rims and Wheelsmith DB14 spokes with Brass nipples
Tires: Tioga 2.1 Front and Tioga 2.1 Rear
Saddle: –
Bar: Control Tech Flat Handlebar
Grip: –
Crank: Shimano XT Dyna-sys 175mm Crankset
Brake: Shimano XT Disc Brakes
Rotor: Shimano XT Center lock Disc, 160mm(front) and Shimano XT Center lock Disc, 160mm(rear)
Stem: PZ Racing, 100mm length, 25.4mm clamp diameter stem
Seatpost: Thomson Elite Lay back seatpost
Pedal: Shimano SPD pedal
Cassette: Shimano XT Dyns-Sys Cassette 10sp 11t – 36t
Shifters: Shimano XT Dyna-Sys shifters
Rear derailleur: Shimano XT Dyna-Sys
Front derailleur: Shimano XT top mount Dyna-Sys
Chain Guide Device: none
Chain: Shimano XT Dyna-Sys Chain 10sp

Stay tune for more upcoming new builds and bike checks!

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