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NOBL Bike Check - Aaron's Revel Ranger

NOBL Bike Check - Aaron's Revel Ranger
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Revel Ranger
Rear Shock RockShox SIDLuxe Ultimate 2021
Fork RockShox Pike 130mm
Handlebar OneUp Components
Stem Race Face Turbine 35mm
Brakes Shimano SLX
Shifters SRAM NX Eagle
Rear Derailleur SRAM GX
Cranks SRAM GX
Cassette / Rear Cog SRAM GX
Front Rim Other NOBL TR33
Rear Rim Other NOBL TR33
Hubs DT Swiss 240 EXP
Spokes Sapim D-Light Sapim CX rays up front to save weight, and then SSapim D-Lights in the rear.
Front Tire Maxxis
Saddle WTB Volt
Seatpost Race Face Aeffect
General Info
Model Year 2021
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Additional Info This is “Seb Vettel”. I was looking for a bike that could hold its own on some of BC’s gnarly double black terrain while also appeasing my XC racer/HRM wearing/weight weenie roots. The Revel Ranger caught my eye for a couple of reasons Revel is a similarly sized company to us, cranking out some awesome products, and I really appreciate that. Plus the frame looks sleek and fast. I’ve got some fairly middle-of-the-road parts on there, but the money is spent where it matters. I alternate between chunky enduro tires and lighter XC tires depending on what mood I am in. As a personal touch, I threw on a “#5” on the top tube -which happens to be Sebastian Vettel’s car number (I am a big Formula 1 fan)
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