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Shogun Metro "Caffeine" 1

Shogun Metro "Caffeine"
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Other Shogun Metro "Steel is Real"
Rear Shock Other Its overrated
Fork Other
Handlebar Other Steel plenty of rise and sweep 4 coffee cup holders
Grips Other 30mm Alloy quilled
Brakes Pro Max Daul pivot
Brake Levers Other Alloy
Shifters Shimano Revo 7
Front Derailleur -------
Rear Derailleur Shimano RD-FT55 Short cage bitches
Chainguide Other Steel
Cranks Other Steel 42t integrated "Steal is Real"
Chain KMC
Cassette / Rear Cog Other Falcon 14t-28t
Pedals Other They have pins
Front Rim Other Alloy polish
Rear Rim Other Alloy polish
Hubs Other Steel "Steel is Real"
Front Tire Kenda White Wall Gum wall is for pussys
Rear Tire Kenda White Wall
Saddle Other It has springs so 20mm travel
Seatpost Other Steel
General Info
Model Year 1997
Riding Type Dirt Jump/Urban
Weight 33 lb 11.7 oz (15300 g)
Additional Info Work Coffee runner. Can carry 4 coffee cups. Also front pegs for ice pick grinds or work colleague to hitch a ride
1 comment
  • Kramz

    7/31/2017 12:35 AM

    "Steel is real" slogan. My steel frame is probably worse performance wise, but it rides like a piece of rich mohogany compared to the previous aluminum. It feels like a million bucks. This is a comparison between 2 similar high grade frames (Easton aluminum tubing, and Reynolds steel tubing), and the steel feels like fort Knox, whereas the aluminum is probably the creaky performance choice. Overall as an older person (28 years old), I prefer the steel, as I'm not out to set any records, and prefer the, "muted solidity", over the, "high strung, twitchy, light, noisy" feeling of aluminum.
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