My Bikes

Both these bikes have now been sold 😦

Stay tuned for some updated info on my current bikes.

Added some more pictures 8th feb:

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Giant Trance X2 (2011)

At the core of the trail-devouring Trance X, lies an ALUXX SL frameset-the lightest alloy 5-inch travel full suspension in Giant’s history. Radically FluidFormed™ and using the latest, lightweight co-pivot design, the Trance X frameset pushes aluminum full suspension bike technology to new limits of weight, strength and performance.

• OverDrive headtube for maximum front end stiffness without weight penalty
• Stable 69.5/73.5 head-tube/seat-tube geometry for outstanding trail riding/enduro racing characteristics
• Post-style rear brake mounts for powerful, accurate stopping (Trance X only)
• Integrated PowerCore bottom bracket for superior frame stiffness (Trance X only)
• MegaDrive Downtube/toptube for unparalleled front-end stiffness

Specialized Rockhopper Comp
Specialized Rockhopper Comp

Specialized Rockhopper Comp 29er (2013)

The Rockhopper is a time-tested XC hardtail built for cruising fire roads and slicing through singletrack. Equipped with Tektro Draco hydraulic disc brakes and a RockShox XC28 29″ suspension fork with lockout, the Rockhopper Comp combines performance with value in a package every rider will appreciate.

  • Fully butted A1 Premium aluminium frame with ORE down tube for a lighter, more compliant and durable bike
  • Suntour crankset with forged alloy arms and Octalink-splined BB interface means greater durability and better shifting performance; sealed cartridge bearing BB is reliable and easy to service
  • Tektro Draco hydraulic disc brakes/levers with Light Wave rotors create increased control and superior stopping power for more confident braking
  • RockShox XC28 fork features TurnKey hydraulic damping, lock-out, alloy steerer tube and externally adjustable rebound for plush and lightweight trail performance
  • Shimano Deore Shadow 9-speed rear derailleur shifts super crisp and has increased clearance from trail obstacles

6 thoughts on “My Bikes

      1. Likewise for your follow. I enjoy reading and seeing pictures about other people’s two wheeled adventures. It’s even better when it comes from a part of the world I haven’t been to yet, though my wife and I would love to visit your area.

  1. Cool, you have a full sus and a hardtail 29er. I want to upgrade my fully first and then invest in a good all around hardtail 29er. It’ll be a while before I could afford one haha

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