BeOne raw 17" (updated pics)

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fuzzz
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thats my new one week old 9,0kg bike

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Frame: Beone Raw pro series 2010
Fork : Fox 32 F100RL
Brakes: Avid Ultimate carbon
Brake rotors: Alligator Windcutter 6-polts 160mm
Saddle : Selle San Marco Mantra
Seatpost : noname carbon 190gr
Stem : Ritchey WCS white
Headset: FSA Orbit Z white
Handlebar: Truvativ Stylo World cup
Bottle cage: noname carbon 25gr
Wheels: Fucrum Red Metal 1
shifters: Sram X0
Crank : Truvativ Stylo 3.3 GXP
Front derailleur: XTR
Rear derailleur: Sram X0
Tires: Schwalbe Rocket Ron Evo 2,1
Pedals: Eggbeater C
Cables: XTR
Chain: Sram PC-991
Cassette: Sram PG-990 red
Tubes: Continental Supersonic
Headlight: Fenix PD30 (R5)
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Love it.

Now let's see it dirty!! :twisted:
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fuzzz
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hope I can ride with her this year,cause we have not the best season of the year...terrible weather condition all month :(

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by elasto

Nice bike! It's a bit offseason weather here too. :(

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Hi Elasto, thanks
I wanted to order no saint frame but the dealer said that deliverytime is 2011 march so I ordered Beone it cost a bit more but the look is ok and the weight also...for me at least :)
but you have nice bike too...like it...
noticed that you have alligator windcutters aswell, but then saw ashimas....didn`t it work out with ultimate or what?

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by elasto

Windcutters were horrible rotors at least for the front brake. They pulse like hell and have no power. Ashimas were a little better but now I have Formula R1 brakes with Formula rotors and they are superior compared to those light and cheap chinese rotors.

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oh....... :shock: I was looking for a good rotors and looking for reviews and decided to buy these...damn I wanted pulsing free brakes...
but we`ll see....bike is standing in my living room so I can`t tell about my set....hope they are ok....

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Very nice build! :thumbup:

How are the frame? stiffnees? are the seat stay flexing for more comfort? etc. etc.
Have thought about buying is for a new project.

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i was driving my bike on the road cause it was dark and little roads are in terrible condition, to give a full review I have to ride in woods and on technical track....
seat stay...hmm I didn`t notice any changes...but on the road its normal I think I`m not a proffesional biker :oops:

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nice, light ride wth no performance loss :thumbup:
why don't run tubeless?
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thanks painless.....tubeless rocket ron 2,1 evo are heavier than my current tires with tubes..... :)

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well UST tyres are other question. but get new schwalbe tubeless ready (similar weight as old schwalbe tyres) and sealing it cuold be quite good performace. also new conti X-king racesport (also tubeless ready) have very good marks from users.
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by elasto

I run those exactly same tires (2,1" Rocket Ron EVO) tubeless on Stan's Alpine rims. The grip and comfort offroad is awesome when running lower pressures than with tubes and not to worry about snake bites.

I think the frame is the same as my No Saint MaxAri. BeOne Raw, No Saint MaxAri and 2008-2009 Ghost HTX Lector (the one that Sabine won the olympics) are all same frames with very little differences like cable routing etc. Anyway great frame for racing, very stiff. Not as comfortable as some more flexing frames like Cannondale Flash.


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elasto wrote:Windcutters were horrible rotors at least for the front brake. They pulse like hell and have no power. Ashimas were a little better but now I have Formula R1 brakes with Formula rotors and they are superior compared to those light and cheap chinese rotors.


I tried my bike and was beding in rotors and pads....so far no pulsing and no sound at all...fingers crossed

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