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Dec. 14, 2017, 8:20 p.m.
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Re: NSMB - 2017 - Full Suspension Bike Thread

Posted by: shoreboy

Nice bike!  Custom steel is pretty darn cool.  Not sure I could stomach the price of that one though.  Enjoy!

Shockingly not as pricey as you might think. Keep an eye on what starling have in store for 2018.

Dec. 14, 2017, 7:50 p.m.
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Re: NSMB - 2017 - Full Suspension Bike Thread

Posted by: HeyZeus

I'd guess they are the alloys based on the shape where it meets the crank-arm.

sweet looking ride for sure

You are correct. I'm very impressed with the pedals. They just feel right.

Dec. 11, 2017, 1:13 p.m.
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Re: NSMB - 2017 - Full Suspension Bike Thread

I like to tease.... but fine I've edited the original post with the details.

Dec. 11, 2017, 11:27 a.m.
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Re: NSMB - 2017 - Full Suspension Bike Thread

I've been hiding this one for too long...

Details:

  • Starling Murmur frame custom painted by 7Pot Customs in the UK
  • DVO Diamond fork set to 150mm travel and Emerald rear shock
  • Steerer tapped for a OneUp top cap and EDC
  • We Are One Agent rims laced to P321 hubs (such a nice wheelset)
  • Race Face NEXT cranks, 30t chain ring (now a OneUp Switch chainring)
  • XTR shifting over a EThirteen 10-44t cassette
  • Renthal Apex 33mm stem, Fatbar carbon 35 trimmed to 780mm wide
  • Hope Tech 3 E4 brakes
  • 9Point8 175mm travel dropper post
  • King headset and bottom bracket
  • Ergon saddle and grips
  • Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5" WT front and 2.3" rear (likely will swap the rear for a DHRII soon)
  • OneUp flat pedals (these are so good I'm back to running flats full time)

As built with the EDC it weighs in at 32.5lbs.

Ride wise... silent, smooth and picks up speed and maintains it exceptionally. I'm shocked with the grip that this bike seems to find and have been reveling in the slingshot effect when I let it run tear through a corner. Admittedly getting the rear shock set up took some time but now the bike is dialed for my tastes.

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