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Cane Creek Cycling Components, Industry Nine, Reeb Cycles, Thomson Bike, Maxxis tires, and Oskar Blues Brewery have teamed up with The Pisgah Conservancy to support their local forest system — the Pisgah Ranger District of the Pisgah National Forest. The Pisgah Project is a one-off bike build with each component selected by the partnering companies. The Pisgah Project raffle bike is capable of handling anything Pisgah can throw at it. And there is only one way to win it…enter the drawing at the bottom of the page and be the lucky person drawn!
Frame – REEB Sixfiddy / Hand welded from OX platinum steel in Lyons Colorado. Featuring a 44mm head tube, Paragon slider dropouts, and “trail style” geometry.
Cockpit – Thomson / Elite X4 Stem (40mm) machined in Macon, Georgia from 7000 series aluminum mated with Thomson’s All-Mtn. 750mm bar and Cane Creek’s 110 Series ZS44/28.6|EC44/40 headset
Suspension – Cane Creek Cycling Components new Launch Edition HELM fork (#20 out of 300) featuring 7 different adjustments, 35mm black stanchions, and superb ride quality.
Wheels – Industry Nine’s Backcountry360 wheelset, with a 36mm inner width — the perfect choice for the new breed of Plus and Wide Trail tires. Utilizing their signature System spoke and hub technology they have created a stiff, strong and lightweight trail wheelset. Industry 9 offers 100% customization with 11 colors to choose from and a handy website called the AnoLab to help you design your dream wheels.
Tires – Maxxis supplied a new set of 27.5×2.6 wide trail tires. The recently launched Forekaster insures grip up front and the fast-rolling Rekon protects against pinch flats and sidewall slashes out back.
Seatpost – Thomson sent over an Elite External Dropper post (125mm) and a beautiful machined aluminum collar to compliment REEB’s traditional cable routing.
Drivetrain – Shimano’s full XT group is a tried and true workhorse that shows no signs of slowing down. We’ve included a 34-tooth front chain ring paired with an 11-42 rear cassette.
Brakes – Shimano’s XT 180mm front hydraulic disc and 160mm rear is the industry standard all others try and measure up to.