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Just built her up a few days ago. Its got the euro paint scheme. I broke her cherry real nice on a few rides already.. Rides like a cloud and tracks like an arrow. 9.5" s of travel goodness.

Still some fine tunning and a little mods to do.

Took a few pics of her after the ride.. they are proofs and background needs to be cleaned up but enjoy the porn anyways

photographer Mike Lord from from https://www.six3events.com/























 

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I was so close to getting a gambler this year, but they werent shipping my model to the states apparently, so I bought a intense 951 instead:) but I still really want to give the gambler a go maybe it may be my 3rd downhill bike :D
 

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Iv only had a few days of ridding on it so far.. I figure I'll play with the travel some time later. I do know it ramps up quicker with the shorter travel settings.. be good for free riding
 

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NWS said:
Looks flexy.

But seriously, nice bike. Is the rear shock rate as progressive as it looks?

What are the clamps for at the front of the head tube? Adjustable angle?
To answer you yes.. You can change out just about anything on this frame. The head angle can be changed from 64* (at now) to 66*. The clamps loosen and it spins to change the angle.

The rear travel and progressiveness can be changed from 7.5", 8.2" and 9.5" of travel. The shorter travel ramps up the shock quicker so more free ride friendly. the longer travel is more linear.

length of the bike can be changed with short or long rear drop outs. Long for faster straight lines or short for twisty techy.
 
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