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Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike

Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike
Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Syntace X-Fix multi tool is always there ready to use for small adjustments on the fly or to operate both front and rear axle. Tune Prince Straightpull rear hub in BOOST for the EVO6 rear end for improved chain line for 1x drivetrains and equal spoke lengths Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Formula's PULL master cylinder is both compact and achieves a very light lever feel. The R1 Racing is the lightest production brake at just 267g Formula's PULL master cylinder is both compact and achieves a very light lever feel. The R1 Racing is the lightest production brake at just 267g Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Formula's new ULTRAVIOLET colour leading the way on the 140mm extended travel ThirtyThree 29er fork. Bike Ahead rims, hand made in GErmany, 290g per end, 24mm internal, 29..3 external... Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike We do like Tune's black on black carbon top caps... great match for the stems and Tune bars. Syntace's MicroLock 38 hasa  nice seal to keep the dirt out Komm-Vor, the name says it all. Comfort. Yes the Tune Komm-Vor is a comfortable saddle despite being almost 100% carbon. Space for a bottle holder is maintained with Liteville's Horst Link suspension design. Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike Liteville 101 MK1 - 10kg 29er alloy XC race bike
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Rear Shock Rock Shox Monarch RT3
Fork Formula ThirtyThree 29er 140mm travel, ULTRAVIOLET
Brakes Formula R1 Racing Polished, Kevlar lines, Ti hardware
Brake Levers Formula Ra Racing
Shifters SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 12Sp
Rear Derailleur SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 12 Sp
Cranks SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 12 Sp
Chainrings / Sprocket SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 32t 12 Sp
Chain SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 12Sp
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM XX1 Eagle Gold 10 - 50t
Pedals Other SQlab 511 medium
Front Rim Other Bike Ahead Tune Blackburner Skyline 29er
Rear Rim Other Bike Ahead Tune Blackburner Skyline 29er
Hubs Other Tune Skyline Straight F: Princess Straight Boost, R: Prince Straight Boost
Spokes Sapim CX-Super
Front Tire Schwalbe Thunderburt 2.25"
Rear Tire Schwalbe Thunderburt 2.25"
Saddle Other Tune Komm-Vor 95g
Seatpost Other Tune Schwarzes Stück 126g
Seatpost Clamp Syntace MicroLock 38 with integrated dirt wiper seal
General Info
Model Year 2017
Riding Type Cross Country
Weight 23 lb 13 oz (10800 g)
Additional Info the Liteville 101 was built to be a 29er XC race machine. How does it differ from the more known Liteville 301? It is built for 29" wheels and has 120mm travel rather than the more typical 140 - 160mm. The suspension is optimised for forward drive utilising IGUS bushings in the top tobe rather than needle bearings. The headangle is a little steeper, and the headset and headtube saves some weight by not having a headagle adjustment option as seen on the 301. This particular bike was buil to be a fast race bike. Although the rear has 120mm travel, we gave it the EX (extended travel) version of the Formula 33 29er fork which has 140mm travel instead of the regular 120mm. This makes it a little slacker and makes it an extremely capable bike even if the going gets a little rougher. Sticking with a non-Boost front end also saves some weight over going the wider Boost option, the fork only weighs 1580g which is extremly light weight given it has 140mm travel. Drivetrain was going to be none other than the current flagship SRAM XX1 Eagle 1x12. Wheels are Tune's lightest offering in 29er and wide rim, Tune's Blackburner 29er Skyline XC with Sapim CX-Super upgrade over the regular Sapim CX-Ray spokes and come in at just under 1200g. The Bike Ahead rims which are hand made in Germany are 24mm internal, 29.3mm external and with a weight of just 290g are world cup material, in fact you'll find these wheels and rims on several world cup XC race bikes. Hubs are Tune's new range of Skyline the Prince and Princess Strightpull hubs with 32 spokes per wheel in a 3x lacing pattern for a very direct force transfer from axle to rim. The seatpost and saddle are also lightweight offerings from Tune as are the stem and 750mm riser bars. The frame has both space for a bottle holder (we've gone with our favourite Tune Uni bottlecage), has a rockguard to protect the derailleur, a spare derailleur hanger bolt in the BB shell, Syntace's X-Fix multi tool that is mounted to the Syntace X-12 rear axle and operated both axles. The rear end uses the Syntace EVO6 standard which both provides an improved chain line for 1x drivetrains as well as equal spoke lengths and spoke bracing angles on the rear. We are very happy to hear that the owner of this bike has provided some fantastic initial feedback and says he has never owned a bike that booth climbs with such ease yet is also such a fast and confident descender. The only thing you would change on this bike to make it more of an all-rounder every day 29er trail bike would be some other wheels (Such as Syntace W30 29er wheels) with other tyres and a dropper post, other than that the bike is ready to roll as your all-rounder trail bike when not in Race mode as shown above.
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