Trevor’s Nomad is currently setup to slay descents and climb comfortably from the bottom of the day’s last bike park run to his car. That climbing handicap can be almost entirely blamed on the Sram 7-spd XO1 group. The crisp shifts and rear derailleur security are all part of why full DH rigs are so fun to ride.
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Full details below:
Frame: 2018 Santa Cruz Nomad CC
Weight: 32bs 3oz
Shock: Rock Shox Deluxe Air RCT with 195psi, 4 clicks of rebound, and 3 clicks LSC (both measured from open)
Fork: Fox 36 Performance Elite HSC/LSC 27.5″ 170 Kashima Boost 110QR with 78psi, 3x 10cc tokens, 11 clicks of rebound, 8 clicks of HSC, and 5 clicks of LCS (all measured from open)
Hubs: Industry Nine Torch Classic 32H
Hoops: Stans Flow MK3 hoops
Front Tire: Maxxis DHF 2.5WT EXO Maxxterra (25psi)
Rear Tire: Maxxis Aggressor 2.5WT DD (29psi)
Tire Insert: Huck Norris (27-35mmin rear only)
Bar: Deity Blacklabel (38mm rise 800mm wide)
Grips: Sensus Lite
Stem: Deity Copperhead 35mm
Brakes: SRAM Code RSC
Rotors: SRAM Centerline 200/180mm
Shifter: SRAM XO1 DH 7-spd
Cranks: SRAM Descendant DUB Carbon 170mm
Chainring: SRAM Eagle Boost X-Sync 34t
Pedals: Deity TMAC Flat Pedals
Rear Der: SRAM XO1 DH 7-spd
Cassette: SRAM XO1 DH 7-spd
Post: 9point8 Fall Line 200mm
Saddle: Deity Speedtrap AM
Mud Guard: Syncros Mudguard
Headset: Cane Creek 40
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