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Nicolai G1 tailor geometry
Nicolai G1 tailor geometry Nicolai G1 with custom geometry Trickstuff Maxima brakes Paul components seatpost trigger Nicolai G1 tailor geometry Nicolai G1 tailor geometry Nicolai G1 tailor geometry Nicolai G1 tailor geometry
Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Nicolai G1 Tailor made geometry. Factory raw finish
Rear Shock Other Fast suspension Fenix Fast suspension Fenix with custom valving
Fork BOS Deville 35 170mm
Headset Chris King InSet 2 Black
Handlebar Renthal Fatbar 35 Black
Stem Renthal Apex 35
Grips Ergon GD1 Factory Slim Black
Brakes Trickstuff Maxima
Shifters Shimano XTR
Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR Shadow+
Chainguide MRP Sxg Carbon
Cranks Race Face Next R
Chainrings / Sprocket Other Absolute Black Oval 30T
Bottom Bracket Chris King
Chain Shimano XTR 11 Speed
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano XTR 11 speed
Pedals Burgtec Penthouse MK4 Black with Ti axles
Front Rim Other Santa Cruz Reserve 27
Rear Rim Other Santa Cruz Reserve 27
Hubs Chris King ISO Disc
Spokes DT Swiss Competition black
Front Tire Maxxis Assegai 27.5x2.5WT 3C maxxgrip TR
Rear Tire Maxxis Highroller II 27.5x2.35 3C maxxterra DoubleDown TR
Saddle Ergon SME3
Seatpost Thomson Covert Elite Dropper 150mm with Paul components trigger
Seatpost Clamp Thomson
General Info
Model Year 2019
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 34 lb 2.7 oz (15500 g)
Additional Info This bike is built around a Nicolai G1 frame with a longer reach - right between M and L - as well as a G16 headtube to fit a zero stack headset. In addition to that, it is fitted with a custom pair of Santa Cruz Reserve wheels with Chris King hubs and a Fast suspension Fenix shock which has a custom valving. My main goal with this bike was to assemble a bike from brands that manufacture products in house - in Europe when possible as that’s where I live - favouring small brands with outstanding products and the ability to get direct interactions with their engineers or owners (Nicolai, Fast, Burgtec) over big OEM ones (Shimano and Maxxis being the most notable exceptions ). Of course, a bike is still meant to be fun and perform - to some extent - so reliability and performance of the parts where obviously a driver as well. My goal being to keep this bike as long as possible, repairing instead of throwing away.
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