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White, And The Shadows Of it.

March 30, 2011

White, Silver and Black. That’s all you see on this straight forward but yet sophisticated concept behind this build.

Started as being last 2010 NS Majesty Frame featuring a unique paint job of half matt black with white graphics blending into the gloss black towards the rear triangle of the frame. This was one of the reason the 2010 model was chosen over the 2011 by Dewey, owner of this custom rig.

Light weight and purpose build was in mind throughout the weeks of planning for this bike and Fox fork was never intended on this ride as it will blow the budget until a good deal came along for this brand new FOX 831. Which fits in as one of the light weight dirt-jump 4X fork but if you are paying retail, you are sure to lighten your wallet as well!

Snowing in white are a set of Primo Hollow Bite 3 Piece Crank , White colony Spanish BB and matching Colony Headset and White FITBikes Pivotal Seat.

Glittering in polished silver, the new 2011 XTR Mineral oil brake set on the latest 2011 Magura Storm SL rotors.Yes, its a carbon bar. More Whites from the NS Aerial Pro Large Stem, Clarks BMX flanged grips.

Black and Hidden away in darkness are the Hope Pro2 front hub on QR15. Bolt on 2011 NS Rotary 9T cassette rear hub matched with front 25T sprocket, tensioner from NS Bikes, hubs are laced with Wheelsmith butted spokes onto a pair of Custom Decal-led White Atomlab Pimplite Rims in resemblance to the 2011 Pimplite rims with lazer etched logo coming in and less then 2 months time?

All in all, it may not be your full blown Dirt jump or 4X rig. But it sure fits what Dewey had in mind for a light weight, light usage “jump bike” for occasional adrenaline rush over the gaps or getting some airs off the ramps. And If it works ultimately, there’s no wrong on how you build it, who build it and definitely no reason to ask, why build it.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. taha permalink
    May 8, 2011 3:42 pm

    hw much?

  2. attitudebikes permalink*
    May 20, 2011 2:12 am

    Do email to info@attitudebikes.com

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