Brodie Force 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $649.00

Product Description

  • Frame: 6061 Shaped Butted 29'er
  • Handle Bar: Brodie XC Riser 25.4
  • Stem: Brodie XC 4 Bolt
  • Brakes: Tektro Novela 6" Disc
  • Cranks: Shimano Acera 22/32/42T

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Possible upgrades for 2010 GT Force 2.0

Hey guys, I've been mountain biking for about the past year and really enjoy it. Started out on an old trek hardtail, but now I'm riding a 2010 GT Force 2.0. Most of the riding I do is all mountain type stuff if that helps out with anything. Basically I'm just wondering what are some upgrades I can ... Read More »

Force CX-1 on a 10 speed casette?

Hey, I made a stupid mistake when ordering my custom wheelset, and I'm now stuck with a 10-speed hub and a Force CX-1 group. I'm not really concerned about the 11th gear, since I'll be commuting with this bike and only wanted the single ring goodness of the CX-1. Is it possible to just leave one co ... Read More »

why is my new Bronson is so much better than my GT force?

People keep asking me what the difference is and my reply is climbs better and descends waaaay better. I think people are looking for more detailed reasons, unfortunately I'm not at that level of bike knowledge yet. So, why such the huge difference? Or could it be just my new bike exciteme ... Read More »

2014 Force/Sensor 1x11 hangar question!?

I bought a frame only Force, there is an insert in the hangar that accepts the oem derailleur, the der has an attachment on both sides of the hangar. I pulled that out and installed my standard XT der direct and it only has an attachment on the outside of the hangar. Problem is, I am running a 10 sp ... Read More »

SLX shifting - lot of force to shift

I have a new bike with 10-speed STX shifters and rear derailleur. The amount of force that it takes to shift is much higher than what I'm used to with 8 and 9 speed systems. Instead of an easy click, there's a significant amount of force required (particularly when using the thumb actuated lever). ... Read More »

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