Long, low, and slack. On steroids. This is Russ's new Geometron.
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In an unfortunate turn of events, Russ's previous bike, a 29in Devinci Spartan was stolen- leaving an opening in the stable for a new bike. The resulting bike is very long, very low, very slack, and very German.
This is Russ's version of a trail bike. With its burly alloy frame cladded with a dual crown fork, coil shock, and downhill casing tires- it's hard to differentiate this bike from a DH race bike. Upon further inspection, however, you'll find that this bike is complete with a dropper post, 12 speed XT/XTR Drivetrain, and lightweight wheelset, making it somewhat of an all-rounder.
Frame: Nicolai Geometron G1 Size Longer
Fork: Rockshox Boxxer Ultimate 190mm 29"
Shock: EXT Storia G1 Spec - 205x65
Crankset: Shimano M8100-1 XT 12spd
Chainring: Shimano XT 32t 12spd
Derailleur: Shimano XTR M9100 12spd
Shifter: Shimano XTR M9100 12spd
Chain: Shimano XTR M9100 12spd
Cassette: Shimano XTR M9100 51t
Pedals: ANVL Tilts - Silver
Hubs: Industry Nine Hydra - Silver
Rims: CRD CR29 V2 - 29" front / 27.5" rear
Front Tire: Maxxis Assegai DH 3C MaxxGrip
Rear Tire: Maxxis Dissector DH 3C MaxxGrip
Seatpost: Oneup 200mm - Wolftooth Light Action
Headset: Hope Headset
Bars: CRD Stooge 813 - 30mm Rise
Stem: CRD 35 Vagrant 35mm Length
Grips: Renthal Super Tacky - Black
Brakes: Sram Code RSC - Rainbow Bolts
Rotors: 220/200mm Sram Centerline
Suspension duties are handled by a Rockshox Boxxer Ultimate and EXT Storia.
Russ wrapped wheels from CRD (the wheel company he owns and operates) in a Maxxis Assegai/Dissector combo.
It's not a complete build without a set of high quality, reliable brakes. Code RSC's are Russ's favorite!