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Nicolai G19 29 Protoyoe INSYNC Racing Mullet Setup 8

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Parts
Frame: Nicolai G19 29" Prototype
Rear Shock: Öhlins TTX Custom
Fork: Rock Shox Boxxer World Cup
Headset: Cane Creek Angleset -1 degree
Handlebar: Chromag Fubars OSX 780mm
Stem: ------- OnOff 30mm
Grips: DMR Deathgrip
Brakes: Shimano Saint M820 Galfer Discs
Brake Levers: Shimano Saint M820
Shifters: SRAM GX DH 7 speed
Rear Derailleur: SRAM GX DH 7 speed
Cranks: Shimano Saint
Chainrings / Sprocket: Hope Technology
Bottom Bracket: Shimano
Chain: SRAM
Cassette / Rear Cog: SRAM GX 7 speed
Pedals: Chromag Scarab
Front Rim: DT Swiss
Rear Rim: Hope
Hubs: Hope Technology
Spokes: DT Swiss
Front Tire: Maxxis high roller 2 29"
Rear Tire: Maxxis highroller 2 27,5"
Saddle: SDG
Seatpost: Thomson
Seatpost Clamp: Hope Technology
General Info
Model Year: 2019
Riding Type: Downhill
Weight: 38 lb 2.2 oz (17300 g)

Vital MTB member Martin_Prophet Martin_Prophet 5/22/2020 3:02 PM

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Assuming that the biker did a mistake when typing the bike's information, I believe that VitalMTB should remove the wrong information and not place a downhill bike weighing 1.7 kilos. Thank you.

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Pretty sure any reader would know that’s incorrect. Why not just be stoked on a rad looking DH bike?

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So for you the incorrect is right. Or maybe you are saying I have to get used to wrong informations and typos all the time? And who told you I am not stoked with this beautifull bike?

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I didn’t say you need to get used to typos was just simply stating that it’s kind of not a big deal to me because the bike far outweighs its weight. No one told me you weren’t stoked on this bike I was only trying to lighten the mood you set by demanding typos to be corrected. No worries man I’d rather be out riding than looking at a website anyway on any day! Peace out ✌🏻

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that big beautiful ohlins CNCed reservoir matching up on a nicolai with all its CNCed bits - simply perfect!

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