The hardtail

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The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:42 pm

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Frame: Carrera Fury 2009 18"
Fork: 2012 Rockshox Reba RLT White 120mm and 15mm Maxle Lite
Front Derailleur/upper guide: Shimano XT M770
Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX
Shifter: Shimano Deore
Chain Device: Blackspire Stinger BB Mount Blue
Cables: Shimano XTR Outer in blue and Fibrax Teflon coated inner cables
Chainset: Shimano SLX triple 175mm- single ring with bash guard
Bash Ring: Straitline Bash Ring Serrated 36T Blue
Chainring: FSA DH 36t
Bottom Bracket: Shimano Hollowtech II XTR
Cassette: Shimano Deore 11-34
Chain: KMC X9 Silver
Pedals: Shimano M530
Brakes: Formula Oro K18 180mm front and 160mm rear rotors
Hydraulic Hoses: Superstar in Blue
Stem: Superstar Zephir 70mm with Blue Faceplate
Handlebars: Sunline V1 745mm 19mm Rise Blue, cut down to 720mm
Headset: Superstar Integrato Blue
Spacers: Hope Blue
Grips: ODI Troy Lee
Wheels: Sunringle Charger Expert White, Stans tubeless system
Tyres: Maxxis Minon DHF 2.35 60A both ends, setup tubeless
Saddle: SDG Bel Air RL Ti Rails
Seatpost: Nuke Proof Warhead Layback Black 31.6mm (cut down 1.5inches so I can drop the saddle lower
Seat Clamp: Hope QR Blue
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Re: The hardtail

Postby Angry Bird » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:47 pm

Ummm didn't you already have a ridiculously long thread for this? Not complaining, looks lovely.

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Re: The hardtail

Postby ilovedirt » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:49 pm

Is there anything stock left on that?!

Saw your spicy as well btw mate, very nice bike. Something you can properly rag downhill as well ;)
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Re: The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:51 pm

Angry Bird wrote:Ummm didn't you already have a ridiculously long thread for this? Not complaining, looks lovely.
yeh, just couldn't be bothered with that anymore. Much simpler this way :)

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Re: The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:53 pm

ilovedirt wrote:Is there anything stock left on that?!

Saw your spicy as well btw mate, very nice bike. Something you can properly rag downhill as well ;)
errr.... No :lol:

The Spicy is great fun to ride indeed. Rides so nice and feels so much better than the hardtail on the DH track. I've got another Mini DH coming up at the end of Janary so it should be fun on a proper bike. I had to do the last one on the hardtail but I finished respectably none the less

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Re: The hardtail

Postby ilovedirt » Fri Dec 30, 2011 22:54 pm

Ahh nice, where at?
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Re: The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Fri Dec 30, 2011 23:03 pm

The races are at FOD. After that the Gravity Emduro series should start so I'll be doing the whole lot of those. I'm off to the Alps in July too. Uplift weekend in Feb and lots of other stuff going on so a good year for me in 2012 as bikes go. :D

If you're no about my local track, it's Kinver. There's a bit of everything there, freeride, normal runs and a good steep, techy one too. The only bad thing is that they're a bit short.

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Re: The hardtail

Postby ilovedirt » Fri Dec 30, 2011 23:07 pm

Ahh nice one, never been to FOD before, it's on my list though! Out of interest, is it uplifted, and is there a train station close by? You should get yourself to Moelfre, cracking beginner downhill track!
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Re: The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Fri Dec 30, 2011 23:12 pm

There is an uplift if you want it but I don't know about the train. Moelfre looks good but it's a long way to go and it's not a place that my riding mates tend to go to so I can't bag a lift there. :(

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Re: The hardtail

Postby ilovedirt » Fri Dec 30, 2011 23:39 pm

Ahh fair play. One to keep in mind if you get the chance though. I love it there!
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Re: The hardtail

Postby andy46 » Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:52 am

Really nice bike, good work.
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Re: The hardtail

Postby sensi10 » Tue Apr 10, 2012 20:46 pm

Hi hope you dont mind me asking I am currently very interested in the fork you have fitted and am proberbly going to buy some , was wondering what you think of it , whats the adjustable travel like does it ever play up ? Have a Fox f120 at the mo and really want more adjustment .

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Re: The hardtail

Postby getonyourbike » Sat Jan 12, 2013 16:08 pm

I thought I'd update this before it gets split and sold in the next month.

It's been retired from being forced to ride/race DH over a year ago, before I got a FS but it's going back into service for an XC race tomorrow, so it's all good. :)


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