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It's pretty late so first of all I want to present my bike:
the gallery shows also my other bikes and former ww projekts

my xc bike

Frame: Chaka Scandium 20” ‘06 1400 g
Fork: German A. Kilo Air, powder coated 1328 g
Headset: Cane Creek ZS-22 integrated 71 g
Aheadcap + Screw: Syntace Aluminum 10 g
Stem: Syntace F99 Chrome 120mm 101 g
Stem Spacers: Syntace H.A.T. Spacer 1 1/8 11,1 g
Handlebar: Syntace Duraflite Carbon 119 g
Grips: Titec Pork Rinds shortened 12 g
Bar Ends: XLC Pro Team 56 g
Brakes: Magura HS 33 Special Edition white tuned 790 g
Booster: 2x Sitting Bull Carbon 46 g
Crankset: Truvativ Stylo ’05 890 g
Pedals: Crank Bros. Eggbeater S 265 g
Shift Lever: Sram X.0 with cables 220 g
F-Der: Shimano Deore 130 g
R-Der: Sram X.0 long cage 210 g
Chain: Sram PC99 Hollow Pin 270 g
Cassette: SR Suntour CS-Axon-S9 11-32T. w. Ti-Ring 242 g
Wheelset: DT 4.1 Rim/ 320 Hubs/ 2.0/1.8 spokes/ nipples, Tesa rim tape 1750 g
Tubes: Maxxis Flyweight 186 g
Tires: Continental Twister Supersonic 720 g
QR: Tune skewers 52 g
Seatpost: Syncros 240 g
Seatpost clamp: Salsa 24 g
Saddle: SLR white 140 g
Housing: Nokon 36 g
Misc ? g


Total: 9350 g

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here's a direct picture
the projekt is still going on ...
but I'm still waiting since the eurobike fair on some new stuff like:
Syntace P6 seatpost, aluminum bolts, Xpedo pedals and so on
I hope that I can afford a Tune wheelset this year, but the one I have is good enough for a while.
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OK, I want to add some personal information. I'm 24 years old and I live in Lahnau/Atzbach that's in Hesse in the middle of Germany. I started riding very early like, I guess the most of you, on a little bike for children. But because of my younger brother, I didn't have to drive it long and so I got a real Race-BMX. So he could use the small one. I think that was the time when I got the offroad virus. After a short time with a very heavy and cruel MTB. I got a good one like many of my friends and so we had always someone to ride with. We had a lot of fun building dh tracks. Very nasty ones without suspension. ;-) I also did a lot of other sports but cycling was always one of my favourites. Since 7 or 8 years cycling is my sport Nr.1 and I spend most of my money for it. Every experienced rider knows the difference between a heavy bike and a ww one. So that's why I like to improve my ride. Always a bit faster...

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