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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by AlmostHeaven, Sep 17, 2005.
HCOR.Net posted a bunch of sweet photos from the pits at Fort Bill.
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that ironhorse and orange are....
Is that a standard 5th element? The shaft looks a lot bigger on Sam's bike.
d@mn, you're right. i didn't even notice that!
that thing is frikkin' HUGE!
He must be replacing that bent crankarm!
I love the paint job on that bike
sweet... i want those bars...
correction... i want the fat boys in a 30mm rise...
anyone know if BTI is the only US importer / dist ??? they aren t listing the 30 mm rise bar, just the 50mm
why is finding a (mail order) low rise 710mm / 31.8 bar so hard :mumble:
check this out...
it has a freewheel on the crankset. cool.
pretty standard on mod bikes. it's so the chain doesn't move when you backpedal
i'm diggin those Charge hardtails... http://www.chargebikes.com/
The shaft looks standard to me .
The top shock hardwere looks like a through bolt and a nylock nut
but the lower pin is still there...
first thing i noticed too (must be a UK thing), no factory support?
So nice looking!!!
And this bike must be so light:
The more I look at the GT the more I like it:
That Orange must be about 33 lbs without the pedals, maybe sub-30 lbs DH bike in the near future?
I would get that GT if it works well, I'm gonna guess that's Dave Wardell's bike?
Possibly Chris Smith's drop machine..thou he was running 888s..
That orange looks like a nice setup.
yeah that orange is the sickness
TF is the 5th factory support for all the Euro World Cups I think.
they have done for years and years
How much does Peats bike weigh now? I remember hearing it was like sub-35 with the coil 5th, but now it has the DHX Air, i bet its around 30-33 lbs.
That's so insanely light.
Did you guys find the new E-13 guide on Fabians bike yet?
Can someone post the link for this gallery as i cant seem to find it?
I click on the link in the first post, and it takes me to the IH but then no further links to more photos?
Who knows what are those hubs ACC and Commencal are using? Looks like machined out aluminum & carbon inset... Nice touch with the gold anodized spokes too, a refreshing change from black.
I hear the metal they build peatys bike with is the same stuff they make PBR cans outta.....
Probably the same thickness too...