With another riding season just around the corner, its time to showcase a few drool worthy custom builds from the team at Outside bike and Ski in Canmore.
The words ‘cost effective’ and ‘financially viable’ don’t usually come to mind when talking about high end carbon mountain bikes, but I don’t think that really matters in the end does it?
Our good friends at Visa and Mastercard can foot the bill for now, while we get to enjoy the finished product!
Garmin Edge 25 with K-edge top cap mount
The new Raceface Turbine dropper post with 150mm of travel
EVOL air can and custom tune by SuspensionWerx out of Vancouver
Hope Pro4 hubs
When your trail bike is your downhill bike you gotta go Full Beast Mode!
2.5 Dh casing Maxxis Minions on rims that don’t technically need tires to work ( for Aaron Gwin anyway)
The new DHX2 with High and Low Speed compression/rebound adjustment
32.5 Lbs of bike park fun!
Yeti SB6C Turquoise edition!
28.4 lbs. Large frame
Need the Sixc cranks to clear the chain stays on the new 148mm Boost rear end on the yeti
Carbon hoops by Light-Bike. Build by Jody Johnson
The new Hope PRO4 Hubs
Internal routing on all cables. Aesthetically very pleasing.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt BC
25 lbs of awesome!
Red is 10% faster….fact
Traded out the Ardents for some DHRII grip!
Pedals are not stock.