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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by no skid marks, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. no skid marks

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    I know it's premature, but this is my 2013 ride, and won't be changing.
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  3. supercow

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    Hmm, a tad premature dont you think?
    Couldn't you just have posted your bike in the 2012 rides, given it's actually 2012?
     
  4. Huck Banzai

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    Is that a raw 888? Custom work, or will MZ provide to factory riders, etc?

    hmm...
     
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    I got the 888 used(but pretty much new), not sure if it's off a Glory or retail model, luckily for me it perfectly matches the silver/raw anodized Zerode. It's just the base model 888RC3 but I swapped the steel spring for a Ti one I had and slapped my Avy cart in the other leg.
    Yeah, should've put it in the 2012 thread, wanted to ride it but so I didn't have time to search for it.
    That Turner looks cool.
     
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    Also posted it on Rotorburn a while ago. Zerodes are really growing on me now
     
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    2013 KTM 200 XCW. it's a 2smoker...BRAAP BRRAP!

    as for my MTB rides, i'm sticking with my ol' faithfuls...
    DH - SC V10C


    AM/Enduro - Trek Slash


    i am looking forward to the USD dh fork offering from DVO Suspension. that may be my next fork for 2013 season, and probably finally gonna cave and goto 10spd and new saint stuff for the dh bike.
     
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    The zerodes are a really neat quiet bike , there was a good few in whistler this year. I am tempted to buy one.
     
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    SAme as this year and last year.
     

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    I very much doubt that DVO will have a dual crown at retail in the 2013 calendar year.
     
  12. IH8Rice

    IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    thats what their plan is i do believe. they will be showing pics of it soon too but they havent said if its a USD or RSU


    edit: my 2013 ride goes into production soon...i hope
     
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  13. big cal

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    It's a USD fork according to the latest dirt mag.
     
  14. IH8Rice

    IH8Rice I'm Mr. Negative! I Fail!

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    they sorta eluded to it on PB but didnt say much more. have to check that article out
     
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    "This is not a DVO fork showin in the video."
     
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    Mine is a 2013.







     
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  18. Mo(n)arch

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    ^^27,5" ?^^
     
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    Ben, you're cheatin', you're insider ;>
     
  20. bullcrew

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    Just built it up blue i9 hub/spokes are waiting for the 721s to get back from powdercoat and ccdb air o. Backorder


     
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    ^thats going to look so dirty with the blue wheels

    I still demand a picture of them on the lime green bike too
     
  22. buckoW

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    no...
     
  23. Juddos

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    Frame - Evil Undead Carbon - Medium
    Rear shock - Cane Creek Double Barrel Air
    Front fork - Fox 40 RC2 Kashima with K9 Fork Thrust Bearing
    Handlebars - ENVE Carbon 800mm
    Stem - Chunked Ti
    Headset - Evil Angleset
    Grips - Funn
    Saddle - Nukeproof Ti
    Seatpost - Thomson Elite
    Front brake - Formula The One
    Rear brake - Formula The One
    Cranks - X0 Carbon
    Chainguide - CSixx DH
    Chain - KMC X10SL Gold
    Pedals - Twenty6 Predator Ti
    Rear derailleur - X0 Type 2 Clutch 10 speed
    Rear shifter - X0 10 Speed
    Cassette - Shimano
    Wheelset - Mavic Deemax Ultimate
    Tyres - Maxxis Minion UST DHF

    Total weight - 16.1kg





     
  24. Iridemtb

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    Please... Delete this thread and wait till December. For real. This is retarded. Why didn't you just make a thread to show how you like your own ride...
     
  25. no skid marks

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    It's a later in the year than the 2012 thread started. Companies have their 2013 bikes out, and being sold, blame the industry.
     
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  26. marshalolson

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    28.25" ????
     
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    Did I miss the thread with your review of this bike? How's it compare?
     
  28. atrokz

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    This is really making me want a new DH rig for next season. So many good options these days.

    Ideas:

    Gambler
    Wilson Carbon (prob the best choice, really)
    V10C (might be too dead feeling for me)
    Demo Carbon or Alu
    Aurum
    Fury (I can get this at cost)

    Hmmmm.....
     
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  29. yuroshek

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    Still a ways out...
     
  30. bullcrew

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    No real ride time yet, initially it pedals REALLY well and corners tight. Its really manual friendly and pops off stuff, swapping the rear around takes little effort.

    I'll have some solid time shortly but it does feel a bit like the Sunday except it doesn't fall off the compression at end stroke, rather hits the semi platform and holds it but blows through it if need be.

    I will say that I am really liking this bike right off the bat, its handling will be a strong suit for it. I liked the m9 but wanted more input from the bike and what's going on (more lively) and I messed with it a bit. Put a leg over the pivot without dialing in anything yet and was immediately smiling...
     
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    my 2013 Trailbike, whenever it gets here...
     
  32. Iridemtb

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    It's okay, haha. I am just out of the loop dude. What can I say. That's lame. By 2020 they are going to have 2022 out on shelves in January of 2020. Retarded.
     
  33. sethimus

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    just because the official calendar is jan-dec doesnt mean a business year should be the same. call the stuff 2012/2013 like the snowboard scene does and it fits again. who said new stuff should arrive in january anyway?
     
  34. UiUiUiUi

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    or just create model numbers instead of model years :)

    the Demo 8 MK 10 available oktober 2012 :)
     
  35. iRider

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    And only change models if you REALLY have improved something (new colorwayz don't count) and not only because it is Eurobike/Interbike time!!!!!!!!!
     
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    2013 Banshee Legend



    Frame - 2013 Banshee Legend, Large
    Fork - 2012 Fox 40 RC2
    Shock - Cane Creek DBair
    H/S - Banshee reducer
    Stem - RF Atlas FR SL Direct Mount
    Bar - RF Atlas FR Stealth
    Grips - RF Sniper
    Post - Thomson Elite
    Seat - Chromag Moon DT
    Cranks - RF SIXC 165mm
    BB - RF
    Ring - RF Single 36T
    Guide - Straitline Silent Guide
    Pedals - Straitline
    Derailleur - Saint
    Shifter - Saint
    Cassette - Ultegra 12-27 9spd
    Chain - SRAM PC971
    Brakes - Saint 200mm F&R
    Wheels - Sun Ringle ADD Pro
    Tires - Minion DHF/DHR2 tubeless





     
  38. Mo(n)arch

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    That thing is saaaaweet!
    How is the CCDBair doing?
     
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    Wow that's an awesome legend. If I had cash to spare I'd gladly go that way. Maybe with slightly lighter wheels.
     
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    should have her built soon.