2011 GT Ruckus 7

7 years 2 months ago - 7 years 2 months ago #38632 by dmarsh15
dmarsh15 created the topic: 2011 GT Ruckus 7
Here is my latest bike:

I will be doing the Gravity East Race at Windham on this during the World Cup Weekend. Anyone who has the chance should try and make it out there to watch the Pros ride. You can watch the XC and the DH races there.

My next part on this will be the Cane Creek Angleset and I cant wait to race this thing. I rode it at Swain and absolutely love it.

GT Ruckus 7 Build:

Fork: Fox Van 36 180 with Kashima
Shock: Rock Shox Vivid R2C
Cranks: Truvativ Descendent
Chain Guide: Straitline Silent Guide
Pedals: Deity Decoy
Saddle: SDG Fly
Seat Post: SDG Carbon Fiber
Derailleur: Shimano Saint Short Cage
Cassette: Sram
Brakes: Avid Code R
Wheels: Atomlab Pimplite
Front Hub: Atomlab Pimplite
Rear Hub: Hope Pro II EVO
Tires: Schwalbe Wicked WIll
Stem: Black Market
Bars: Race Face Atlas Uncut

Last Edit: 7 years 2 months ago by dmarsh15.

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