anyone have any luck putting two water bottle cages on their spur? size medium frame specifically.
I haven't tried specifically, but on my size large it looks like it would not fit. It's already pretty tight between a single water bottle on the downtube and tube strapped to the top tube.anyone have any luck putting two water bottle cages on their spur? size medium frame specifically.
hey man, I'm waiting for my gx build from Bikedeal as well atm, waiting for Ido to put a wheelset together for me. would love to have a riding partner for this new ride, coming from the enduro background, I dont really know a lot of mellow trails.Been waiting since September and it's finally here.
X01 Build with BTLOS carbon wheels.
Medium frame, weighted as pictured at 11.7kg with tubeless sealant and pretty heavy flat pedals.
Now I need a dropper with more travel (180 or 210mm).
Can't wait to ride this thing
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Yep it's pedal strikey for sure! That said, I'll take it due to the fun and safe nature of the bike. Some shorter cranks would help.I immediately went with the 180 rotor at initial build and am keeping an eye on the cranks. My local stuff is mostly pretty smooth, but if I go down south (Southern Utah) I think I'll definitely want the 170's.
Still working on the sus setup. Ran the fork at 20% over the weekend, but trying 25% next. Rear is set at 28% and honestly don't feel the need to fiddle with it, used just a hair shy of full travel over the weekend.
I like to describe the suspension as supportive, not plush, not harsh, just supportive and poppy.Finally got some shakedowns on the Spur over the weekend; mostly fast flowy, with a few semi chunky bits. Can really only reiterate what so many others have already said.
Super quick and responsive. I feel like the sensation at speed is best described as floating; you never get that sensation of being deep in the travel, but it doesn't feel harsh or like you're running out of travel either....just floating. Pumping it is like a shot of nitro....zoooooom!!
Frame arrived yesterday 🥰 Plan is to install Invisiframe matte kit next and prepare wheels etc. Next week then build it up. Weather is still misserable, waiting for more sunny days before hitting the wet and soft trails 😀 Frame does look really good, I took the deep sea green, size large for my 84cm inseam / 184cm total height.They say that it would arrive mid-March (like next week Wednesday). Have not yet ordered all the parts as it has took while to ship over here 😁 Some new parts and some from my current bike.
Sorry to hear you situation 🙄
Nice one Mountlynx. Good looking bike and great weight. Mind if I ask what are the component specs you are using to hit that weight? Looks like a xtr groupset?Frame arrived last week. Final build with pedals: 11.34 kg. Awesome bike!
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There is a little mistake in the list. The XTR seatpost lever includes the PNW Loam 170 seatpost.
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It's a fun bike, but even though they added it, it's out of stock!!
I don't have a strong preference one way or the other, but it might work better with my current setup. I already have an SLX Ripmo, and I've been contemplating a lighter wheelset for it.Not a bad build, especially if you prefer Shimano.