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Mountain Cruiser 1

Mountain Cruiser
Mountain Cruiser Mountain Cruiser It goes up! it goes down
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Other Jay The Hill custom Mountain Cruiser Custom geometry, low and slack by some standards 10 years ago. It has a bottle cage and provision for derailleurs
Rear Shock Other None You don't need a shock to cruise
Fork Rock Shox Sid tuned by ISO Tuned, Drake worked his magic, and it's still decent for such a vintage one. Sure it's flexy, I mean compliant. it's probably the sketchiest part of the bike but it does the job
Headset Hope Gold yes it's pure gold!
Handlebar Atomlab really high rise Spray painted black!!! This part it what makes this old school XC-like machine into a shred-able machine
Stem Kore BMX stem 50mm it's super heavy and I assume pretty strong
Grips ODI Oury lock on bit fat grips offer a bit of comfort
Brakes Shimano Frankenstein XTR front, SLX rear
Brake Levers Shimano Saint
Shifters Other Nope It's a singlespeed dummy
Front Derailleur Other Nope hmmm
Rear Derailleur Other Nope You know , a singlespeed!!!
Chainguide Other Nope it's gold!
Cranks Shimano XT hand then ankle polished with passion
Chainrings / Sprocket Chromag 35t gold there's some magic with even number
Bottom Bracket Shimano XT
Chain KMC
Cassette / Rear Cog Other 17T I also run 18t, 19t or worst 20t when I feel like a pussy
Pedals Canfield Brothers Crampon Mountain super low profile, Thanks the Canfield Brothers!
Front Rim Mavic XM 819 UST Rim strong and old, UST is a much cleaner tubeless system than all these stupid strips
Rear Rim Sun Ringle Big Fat Rim Pretty burly, they come from a tandem, heavy AF
Hubs Hope Pro and gold!
Spokes Other maybe 36 or so
Front Tire Kenda Nevegal 26X2.35 hmm old shool but half decent
Rear Tire Kenda Nevegal 26X2.35 26 for ever
Saddle Intense
Seatpost Easton EA 70 Carbon fiber, yeah!
Seatpost Clamp Other
General Info
Model Year 2019
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Additional Info I have been riding modern high end dentist bikes for a while and this thing was sleeping in the garage, some new big tires and handlebar revealed the beast sleeping in this old retired gentleman. Happy trails!
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