My Beone

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

Hello,
I'm registered on this forum for a long times but I don't have a lot of message and I'have never introduce myself and my bike so I do 8)
I've a Beone Pro Raw Carbon. In the past, I had a Scott Scale 30 but It is old today (2006).
So I introduce my bike, I would change wheels, seatpost and saddle and all the transmission with XTR,KMC, FRM,... but it's not for today because I have spended my money for the Beone :lol: . It's for the summer holliday 8)

Ps: on other (french and belgian) forums my name is: The Scaleur, 5150rpzt5530, Carbonracer and gofo.

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My Beone (It isn't ready, the chain isn't on the bike and the durits are to long):

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My "old" Scott Scale 30:

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I hope that you understand wath I say, sorry for my poor English but I speak French in Belgium :oops:
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Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

Description of the Beone:

Frame: Beone Pro Raw Carbon 2010
Fork: Magura Durin Race 2011
Wheels: Shimano XT
Tires: Kenda Karma DTC 2.0
Handlebar: Easton EC90 OverSize
Stem: Ritchey Pro
Grips: prologo (road bike)
Brakes: Avid Elixir R Carbon
Transmission: Shimano XT Dyna-Sys
Seatpost: Loaded X-lite (but this seatpost isn't lite :( )
Saddle: Fi:zi'k Gobi
cable housing: Jagwire L3 red
Cyclecomputer: Ciclo CM4.4 A Wireless
Bottle cage: Elite Moro
Headset: Ritchey WCS semi-integrated
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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by tonytourist

Looks like you have an aggressive position on that bike :shock:
Nice ride :mrgreen:

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

the position isn't definitive, I need to change it.
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

elasto
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by elasto

Nice bikes you got there! You sure seem to have long legs. :D

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

89 cm and 1meter85. The frame is a 19"
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

I have bought a new Fun Works N-light clamps. It weight is 7 grams on my scale but I think that's false. It's too light. My scale is a poor scale :( .

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Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

elasto
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by elasto

I have that same seat clamp, it weighs 9-10g in size 34.9mm.

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

For my first ride with the bike I can say that it's a good bike.

My only one problem is the fork but it isn't a big problem. It's jsut the paint. it's fragile and the pumping too. The anti-pumping-system is better on the Sid.
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

bodid
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by bodid

What does it weigh? I've thought about going to the 'dark' side and get off road.

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

I don't know for the weight :( . I go to buy a scale soon.
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

10.07 Kg ! I'm crying :cry: ! But I have a tube in the front wheel :? .

I go to buy new wheels and 2 Tires Maxxis Flyweight 330 for summer 8)
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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by rainerhq

Scale Biker wrote:Saddle: Fi:zi'k Gobi

Here You can save about 100g for about 100.- €
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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

Yes,I now. I also can save 80g on my seatpost with a KCNC SC Pro Lite because I need offset. It's for a near future 8) and I also need to change wheels because they are heavy :|
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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Scale Biker
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by Scale Biker

I 'm waiting for some parts:
-bar-ends Soul Kozak
-handlebar Syntace Duraflite 25.4
-2 spacers Ritchey Carbon 10mm
-SeatPost Ritchey WCS with offset
-2 Disc KCNC razor
-Grips Extralite ultragrips.

and my stem Syntace F99 is waiting at home 8)
Sorry For my English I speak French at home
My BeOne 19"

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