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Nicolai Nucleon AM.

October 27, 2010

Basically what you see here is an Nucleon TFR + Helius AM …And in 2011, it’s birth , its being introduced as…

The Nucleon AM.With the possibilities of 150-193mm of travel with the use of different rear shocks and mounting holes, the versatility of this Nicolai has reached a new level.

Besides the blue “Extra Loves”, other special items in forms of custom painted matching yellow ZTR flow rims, Limited Edition BlackSpire Deep Cup DH set in blue, and not forgetting these New RockShox’s 2011 Lyric Solo Air in 170mm @just 2.1kg and the all new and awaited Vivid Air in Mid-High Tune for this Nicolai’s Leverage Ration Application.

This gem you see in this pictures was carefully plan for since March when we first heard of the possibility of a new G-boxx Bike offer by Nicolai with similarities of the hot selling Helius AM which was launched in year 2009. We immediately placed an order for the customer with no information of the new product, but that simple trust in Nicolai’s passion in producing nothing but the best they could ever do in their own special and magical factory in Germany.

Color choice was the most difficult point for purchasing a Nicolai Aside the multiple options with further multiple choices( usually colors or different mountings). But it was relatively easy this time as the customer wants the bike to resemble his Old Suzuki RM 250 in Yellow, blue and white. Luckily the owner of Nicolai Bikes, Mr Kalle Nicolai, happens to have the same motor bike. And with this we were guessing maybe that’s one of the reason this frame has been used in the latest 2011 Catalog in-conjunction with the numeric Magazine in celebration for Nicolai’s 15th Anniversary.




3 Comments leave one →
  1. Thomas Uhr permalink
    December 3, 2010 5:33 am

    Congratulations – Beautiful bike! Could you post size and weight? Thanks Tom

  2. attitudebikes permalink*
    December 3, 2010 11:34 am

    Complete bike weight 18.5kg, size L fully painted.


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