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Specialized Pitch Pro EVO

Specialized Pitch Pro EVO
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Parts Brand Model Additional info
Frame Specialized Pitch Pro 2011 - Loic Bruni 2016 inspired Paint job
Rear Shock Fox Racing Shox rp2 With offset bushings
Fork Rock Shox Lyrik RC2 DH 170mm travel
Headset Works Components -1°
Handlebar Renthal Fatbar Lite 31.8 760mm gold
Stem Renthal Apex 50mm
Grips Ergon GE1 Evo Black
Brakes Hope Tech3 E4 Purple and blue
Brake Levers Hope Tech3 E4 Purple
Shifters Shimano SLX SL-M7100
Rear Derailleur Shimano SLX M7100 11spd
Chainguide Other Mozartt Meno 34t Yellow
Cranks Shimano SLX M7120 165mm
Chainrings / Sprocket Other Garbaruk 34T Black
Bottom Bracket Other Wheels Manufacturing BSA 68/73 24mm
Chain KMC x11EL Black
Cassette / Rear Cog Other Garbaruk 10-46 Gold
Pedals DMR V11 Purple
Front Rim DT Swiss EX471 26” 28H
Rear Rim DT Swiss EX471 26” 28H
Hubs Hope Pro4 Black 28H
Spokes DT Swiss silver
Front Tire Maxxis Minnion DHF 2.5 WT EXO+
Rear Tire Maxxis Agressor 2.3 TR EXO+
Saddle Fabric Scoop Radius Sport Black/White
Seatpost Other DXC DP/ONE 150mm
Seatpost Clamp Other Reverse Components Blue
General Info
Model Year 2011
Riding Type Trail / All-Mountain
Weight 31 lb 4.9 oz (14200 g)
Additional Info Hetr is my latest project. This Specialized Pitch Pro from 2011 has been taken to it’s limits, I think… So, where to start? Fisrt the frame. I got it second hand from a user at the pinkbike buy and sell. There were some dents here an there, so after stripping the original paint, I applied aluminium filling. After a lot of sanding, prep and masking I achieved my objectieve of making a paint job similar to one of my all time favorites, the Loic Bruni specialized Demo from 2016, used in the Loudes and Cairns world cups. To improve the geometry of the bike I installed a -1 degree headset from works components and offset bushings. This combined with the 170 Lyric forks, slackens the bike to 64 degrees, while keeping the bb height at the original height, wicht was pretty good. The seat tube angle is about 76 degrees. Other details include the hope brakes, the short cranks, the V11 pedals, and last but not least the garbaruk cassette and chainring (bling bling). I also manage to squeeze in a strap under the bottle cage and route the dropper post cable internally, through a cable routing hole on the downtube. I’m proud of this bike, it’s stable and jibby but the fact I’m certainly most proud of is being able to revive a neglected bike and turn it into a modern-ish 26 inch, enduro/trail machine. Cheers!!
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