Everti Phoenix

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scotty
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by scotty

Hi All,
This is my Everti Phoenix, I put a brief photo up last year but it's had a few tweaks since then...
The main change is the wheelset, which is Tune Mag180, Mig70 with Corima Aero rims.

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by 109er

Nice!
green jacket, gold jacket...who gives a sh*t

scotty
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by scotty

Photo's added...

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by TOflat

Very nice, WEIGHT IS NEEDED!! I'm curious since that's supposedly one of the lighter ti frames out there.

scotty
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by scotty

Its weighing in at about 6.6 on a crappy scale with the Corima's and over 7 with the Fulcrum's.

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by Frankie - B

Hey, that is cool! in some strange way the stem looks good on this bike. I like the complete bike. great job!
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by Roobay

Very clean build, looks sharp and built to last , tell us more about the maker :unbelievable: :noidea: :welcome:
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by Juanmoretime

Definitely a fine sample of the gray metal! :thumbup: Very nice matching of the components. A current weight and build list would be great.
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scotty
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by scotty

Here's a very rough build list...

Frame Everti Phoenix
Fork Easton EC 90 Superlite
Stem Easton EC 90
Bars Easton EC 90
Seatpost MCFK
Seatclamp Carbonfreaks
Derailleur Band Carbonfreaks
Saddle Fizik Antares 00
Brakes Zero gravity
Shifters Sram Red
Crank Sram Red BB30
Cassette SeqLite
Rims Corima Aero
Hubs Tune Mag180/Mig70
Skewers Carbonfreaks
Cables Yokozuna

The frame is a crash replacement for a previous Everti I had, I went with them again as I was very happy with the first one.
This frame has a BB30 crank and 1½ to 1 1/8 headtube.

As far as the Everti brand goes I don't know a huge amount but the owner is a guy called Kurt Knock who designs them and I think they may be made in Asia (not 100% sure). I was originally looking for a Litespeed, Moots frame but they were just a bit too expensive so I went with the Everti after searching for frames and I have to say I'm more than happy with it.

Any more Q's.. let me know :lol:

scotty
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by scotty

I had the bike weighed in my LBS and it's tipping the scales at 6.6....
I'm officially a WW.. :D :D

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careful the Bray Wheelers UCI Commisaires dont come knocking 8)

scotty
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by scotty

Some upgrades made for this year... New Sram group 10 Speed.
I went back to an Arione, I just prefer it.
I'm trying out the Farsport clinchers..
I also got a set of Ciamillo Gravitas brakes.. I know reviews a bit mixed but I'm happy enough with them so far....
Weight has now dropped to 6.4.

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by GT3RS

Lovely bike. Classic combo of bare metal bike and black finishing kit. I'd be interested to hear how you get on with the farsport wheels.

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by scotty

Yeah, I'm interested to see how the wheels get on too... so far so good, I'm still wearing in the brake track so can't really comment on their performance just yet.

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