3T Exploro LTD

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by JHeiro

Frame & Fork: 3T Exploro LTD size M
Handlebar: Syntace Racelite Carbon
Handlebar Tape: Zipp
Stem: Tune Geiles Teil 120mm
Crank: Quarq DZero with SRAM Force1 NW 46T
Pedals: Shimano XTR
Seatpost: 3T Charlie
Saddle: AX Leaf
Shifters: SRAM Force1
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Force1 long cage
Cassette: SRAM XG-1199 10-42t
Chain: SRAM Red
Brakes: SRAM Force1
Brake Rotors: SRAM Centerline two-piece
Rims: MCFK 27,5 MTB
Hubs: Syntace Hi-Torque
Spokes: Sapim CX Ray
Tires: Compass Switchback Hill 650x48 set up tubeless

Weight: 7235g

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by rossjm11

Wow, this is the coolest build in a long time. That frame seems truly awesome in its ability to transition to different terrains and you built it sub 16... Badass
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by Zitter

Such a cool build and great weight! You should share it to the 3T Exploro Enthusiasts FB page too

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by golfsierra

Oh the places you'll go! Swiss army bike. Very nice

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by zzmkdw

I'm considering one of these. I would like to hear a ride report, if you have the time. Types of terrain you've covered? Anything it doesnt do well?

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by jasonh

that is SICK!!! Outstanding work!
Just needs an uberlightweighteeniedropperpost actuated by the leftside Sram lever.

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by Frankie - B

This is such a great looking bike. can you tell us a bit more about the build? were there any snags that you ran into?
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by jemima

How's the ride on the 48's? I have a set of extralights but am waiting for my frame to turn up.

Very nice build. More pics please. In the sun.

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