Pro Bike Check: Logan Binggeli's KHS 7500

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Logan Binggeli rallied his KHS 7500 to a significant victory at the 2nd round of the 2015 Southridge USA Winter Series at Fontana. Check out the details of the build and some notes about how he sets it up.

- Frame: KHS 7500
- Frame Travel: 160mm
- Frame Size: LARGE
- Rear Shock: FOX Float X
- Fork: FOX 36 170mm using 2 orange volume adjusters with 95 psi
- Cranks: Shimano XTR, 175mm length
- Chainring: 38t
- Cassette: Shimano road cluster, 11-25
- Rear Derailleur: Shimano Zee short cage
- Shifter: Shimano XTR
- Chainguide: MRP 1x
- Pedals: Shimano DX
- Brakes: Shimano XTR
- Rotors: 203mm ICE Tech front rotor, 160mm ICE Tech rear rotor
- Tires: Maxxis Minion 2.3
- Wheels: Spanky Oozy 295 shown here. (Logan mentioned he will be on ENVE 70 rims with Atomlab hubs for the remainder of the season.)
- Handlebar: Spank Spike Race at 31-inches wide with 2-inch rise
- Grips: ODI Lock-on
- Stem: Spank Spike 50mm, 0-degree rise
- Saddle: WTB Volt
- What's Logan picky about with his setup? He likes bars rolled back and his suspension stiff.
- Logan's current suspension set up is for racing. "I tend to ride in the middle and front of the bike, so the fork is very stiff and the rear shock is set to 25-percent sag. This bike is set up for Fontana but is a good reflection of how I'd ride the bike on most tracks."

Credit: Dan Severson
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