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Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon

Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon
Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon Mini Santa Cruz Chameleon
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Santa Cruz Custom made, aluminium made for 20 inch wheels, seat tube app. 10 inches
Fork ------- Silverock Carbon fiber
Headset ------- LitePro 44mm, flush
Handlebar ------- Other 580mm x 40mm, carbon fiber
Stem ------- Meroca Ultra Short 35mm
Grips ------- Reverse Youngstar 98
Brakes ------- Litepro 108mm
Brake Levers Tektro Junior Junior, with small reach
Rear Derailleur ------- SS Muqzi Cog changed for a lither one with ceramic bearing, narrow wide
Cranks ------- Sinz L 120mm 5x110
Chainrings / Sprocket ------- Stone Narrow Wide, 34T
Bottom Bracket ------- Muqzi Titanium 68x110mm
Chain ------- VR Sport 9R half hollow 16T
Cassette / Rear Cog Shimano Shimano CS-9000
Pedals VP Components VP-225 nylon
Front Rim Alex Alexrims DM22 20 inches
Rear Rim Alex Alexrims DM22 20 inches
Hubs ------- Front DT Swiss Onyx, rear VNT by Formula SS hub
Spokes ------- CN 2.0
Front Tire Kenda Small Block 8 2.35 with Schwalbe 7c extralight tubes
Rear Tire Kenda Small Block 8 2.35 with Schwalbe 7c extralight tubes
Saddle ------- Vader
Seatpost ------- Marin Lite
Seatpost Clamp ------- Funn Frodon
General Info
Model Year 2020
Riding Type Dirt Jump/Urban
Weight 18 lb 0.4 oz (8175 g)
Additional Info I hate heavy kids bikes, so I made one to be on the light side. It is a kind of tribute to Santa Cruz Chameleon, I call it Mini Chameleon, daughter calls it sunray... welll... it seems she will not start a death metal band anytime soon... Gathering the parts and assembly took some time, but when it was ready my daughter was just the right height to start riding it. The goal was to have the bike, with pedals, under 8 kg, but the catalog weight of parts was in few cases much smaller than the actual. I will not post the names of the companies :-) Still, a goal is a goal, so for the springtime I am considering going tubeless and lacing the wheels with butted spokes, maybe changing the seat for a lighter one and using titanium bolts. Any advice is more than welcomed!
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