New here... saying' hello

WickedSistahEast

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
Tim... I'm super impressed with the wheels as a whole. I went for the full Industry 9 deal, buying a complete wheel set. This means I get their hoops, straight pull spokes and the hubs designed to work with those spokes... some people don't love the fact that the spokes are proprietary, but I like the fact that they designed the system to all work together. This video really sold me on them.

I don’t have the fun colors, but I have the full wheel set with hub. L-o-v-e it!!!
Oh, and welcome... even if I’m a little late to the party
 
I don’t have the fun colors, but I have the full wheel set with hub. L-o-v-e it!!!
Oh, and welcome... even if I’m a little late to the party
Yea... I didn't go with a custom, crazy color set up either... You can probably tell by my road bikes, I generally stay pretty mellow in terms of color. The Fuse is my craziest color scheme.
 

MadisonDan

Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
Please retake photo with crank arm and valve stems in the correct position, as well as the chain on the small cog.

C’mon man!!!! We expect more from you!

Kidding.
Not really. Please fix

Nice looking bike anyway. No go get it dirty.
 

pygmypony

Well-Known Member
The hits just keep on coming.... scored this for a deal last week. 2017 Enduro Comp 29'er. This is my first full squish bike and I was in love with it at Hartshorne last weekend. I've already made some adjustments since this pis was taken.

sweet looking ride! looking forward to hitting some trails with you on that!
 
Please retake photo with crank arm and valve stems in the correct position, as well as the chain on the small cog.

C’mon man!!!! We expect more from you!

Kidding.
Not really. Please fix

Nice looking bike anyway. No go get it dirty.
hahaha.... I snapped that pic real quick as soon as I got it home. The excitement took over. I'll definitely snap some legit pics with the real camera once I get it dialed. I did get it dirty already. I grabbed some miles at hartshorne/huber last weekend and it did get dirty. Then I washed it.
 
So... Sold my Enduro last spring and decided to pick up a Diverge and build up a gravel bike with some parts I had from other take-offs. It is a pretty basic build. I didn't weigh it, because I'm fairly certain it isn't that light, although it does feel lighter then I expected. Shimano Ultegra R8000 mechanical group set with a 105 crank and Stages power meter, 50-34. I'm running TRP Spyre SLC carbon mechanical brakes. I have two wheel sets... one is 700x38 and the other is 650x47. I actually like the 650's better and I haven't taken them off the bike since putting them on. The 700c wheel set will be saved for an eventual disc brake road bike.

2018 Specialized Diverge E5 limited edition Copper frame set.






Here are the 650's. A couple of shots with of the Diverge out on the road... err... trail?