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Pro bike: Sam Schultz' Subaru-Gary Fisher Gary Fisher Superfly, May 23, 2008

Sam Schultz has already achieved a lot
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Schultz has many tools available to him
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The new Superfly not only looks good
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The matching RockShox Reba fork
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Gary Fisher's new G2 geometry
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Schultz prefers a bar-mounted lockout lever
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We expect a lot from this name in the future!
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Bontrager's new Jones Dry X tread pattern
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A narrow 1.75" tire is used out back for reduced weight
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Schultz's custom Bontrager carbon crankset
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SRAM's X-9 front derailleur
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Even though SRAM's PC-991 chain uses hollow pins
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Surprise, surprise,
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The lack of rear suspension and the 2x9 gear setup
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Stopping power comes courtesy of Avid
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The one-piece caliper body
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Schultz runs a 160mm rotor up front…
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…but a smaller 140mm one in back.
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And yes, Schultz only runs three titanium bolts per rotor.
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Nokon aluminum cable housings are another popular choice
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A Bontrager saddles rests atop a Bontrager carbon post.
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More carbon fiber is found
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As usual, Subaru-Gary Fisher bikes are built
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