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The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike 8

The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike
The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike The Rapid Wrench- Santa Cruz V10C Promo Bike
Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Santa Cruz V10C
Rear Shock BOS Stoy Rare
Fork Fox 40 FIT RC2 Kashima
Headset Other K9 Angled -1
Handlebar Truvativ Blackbox Danny Hart Gold
Stem Hope Top Crown & Integrated Stem Gold
Grips ODI Purple
Brakes Hope Tech M4
Brake Levers Hope Tech M4 Gold/Purple
Shifters Shimano Saint M820 10spd
Rear Derailleur Shimano Zee
Chainguide Other Carbocage Gold/Purple
Cranks Shimano Saint M810 Polished
Chainrings / Sprocket Other Hope 34t Gold
Bottom Bracket Shimano Saint M810
Chain KMC X10SL Gold
Cassette / Rear Cog OneUp Components DH Block 7spd (11-26 SRAM PG1070))
Pedals Loaded Precision AMX Signature CroMo Gold
Front Rim Mavic Ex 729 Disc Rim
Rear Rim Mavic Ex 823 Disc Rim
Hubs Hope Pro2 Evo Gold
Spokes DT Swiss Competition Black
Front Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF
Rear Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF
Saddle Other Zero Zenith Team SL Carbon
Seatpost Other GUB XL Gold
Seatpost Clamp Black Market Bikes Gold
General Info
Model Year 2011
Riding Type Downhill
Weight 37 lb 7.7 oz (17000 g)
Additional Info Introducing The Rapid Wrench Melbourne Santa Cruz V10C promo bike. I own and run my mobile bike mechanic business within Melbourne, and what better way to turn heads than with this amazing fully custom bike. This build started as a fun paint job, but ended with a full dosage of custom graphics and full parts matching to become a show bike. As an extra bit of history, this bike used to belong to Nathan Rennie in his race season. After I stripped and sanded the frame, Magneto Industries took care of the graphics for the frame, forks, shock, mud guard, and wheels. Phillip Buckman took care of the painting and clear-coated it after the graphics were applied. I had a KustomCaps.com make me a custom laser-etched headset cap with business graphics. I polished the Saint cranks, and the brakes were rebuilt with fresh seals (6 years old now) and treated to color coding. EightyOneSpices went out of their way big time to match up the correct sizing and colors for the CarboCage. TiBike hooked me up with 30 colored titanium bolts, while 80HD hooked me up with their bling 2-piece crown/steerer in purple. Lusty Industries supplied the newer style square head tube badge. The Mucky Nutz mud-guard and Loaded Precision pedals were supplied by Pushie Enterprises, and a titanium anodized spring thanks to Tornado Titanium. See more at: www.therapidwrench.melbourne Special thanks and contributions for helping me get this rig together: Philfy's wheel restorations and spray painting Magneto Industries EightyOneSpices eightyHD Industries Pushie Enterprises KustomCaps.com​ Maxxis Bike Tyres Australia Hope Technology Ltd Tornado Titanium Tibike Lusty Inustries Gallant Lee Photography
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