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Giant ATX Team '0130/08/2003

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Giant ATX Team '01 (Owner: Gavin Lee)

Gavin Lee's Giant ATX Team '02

Frame: 2002 Giant ATX Team 17" 1329 g
Fork: 2002 RockShox Duke XC (200 mm Alloy steerer) 1594 g
Headset: Cane Creek ZS 92 g
Expander and Plug: Cane Creek 18 g
Stem: Giant Alloy Road Racing w/ Carbon insert 120 mm 150 g
Handlebar: Easton EC70 Carbon 580 mm 141 g
Grips: ? ? g
Saddle: Selle Italia SLR XP 182 g
Seatpost: USE Alien Carbon 27.2/350 mm 168 g
Seat Binder: Giant OEM 25 g
Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore LX 126 g
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore LX 287 g
Shifters: Shimano Deore LX ST-M570 (122/116 g) 238 g
Brake Levers: Avid AD-3 (97/97 g) 194 g
Crank Set: Race Face Prodigy XC 22/32/44T. 175 mm 628 g
Bottom Bracket: FRM CU2-BB AL ISIS 68x113 mm 135 g
Cassette: Shimano Dura-Ace 12-27T. (incl. lockring) 185 g
Chain: Shimano CN-7701 295 g
Brakes: Avid Single Digit 7 (182/180 g) 362 g
Skewers: Mavic 94 g
Wheelset: Mavic Crossmax 1542 g
Rim Tape: Velox (10/11 g) 21 g
Tubes: Continental Race 26 Supersonic (100/103 g) 203 g
Tyres: Continental Twister Supersonic 1.90 (355/353 g) 708 g
Cables & Housings: Jagwire 4.0 + Avid Flak Jacket 175 g
Pedals: VP 162 270 g


9145 g
20.16 lbs
Gavin Lee's Giant ATX Team '02

With a budget of less than AUD$ 3000, this bike was built using proven and lightweight components.
Tried a 2002 RockShox SID SL but found it too flexy and expensive for my riding style,
the Duke XC is smooth and robust, half the price of the SID too!
Future planned modifications include upgrading the derailleurs and shifters to 2002 XTR.
The Mavic CrossMax wheelset was purchased from the shop owner 2nd hand, but he only rode them
a few times, wheels were almost brand new, good value at half the RRP!

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