BIKE CHECK: SAZALI'S
WHO’S RIDING WHAT?
Frame: Evil Bike Co. – The Insurgent, Medium (Slimeball)
Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch Plus RC3 Debonair
Fork: RockShox Pike Solo Air RCT3
Grips: ODI Troy Lee Designs Signature Lock-On grips
Handlebars: Easton Haven 35 Carbon Riser Bar, 40mm rise.
Stem: Easton Haven 35 Stem, 40mm
Headset: Evil Bike Co specific FSA Integrated No. 57/68 Headset
Saddle: Deity Mainline Ti Saddle
Seat post: Brand X Dropper Post with Easton Haven Dropper 1x Remote Lever
Brakes: Shimano XT M8000 with Shimano XT RT76 6-Bolt Disc Rotors (Front & Rear 180mm)
Cranks: Shimano XT M8000 Single 11 Speed Crankset
Pedals: Deity Bladerunner
Chain Ring: Shimano XT M8000 Single Chainring 34T
Cassette: Shimano XT M8000 11 Speed 11T – 40T Cassette
Shifters: Shimano XT M8000 11 Speed Trigger Shifter, Rear – Bar Mount
Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT M8000 Shadow+ 11 Speed Rear Mech
Rims: Easton Arc 30
Hubs: Hope Pro 4 Hubs
Spokes: DT Swiss Competition DB Black Spokes
Tyres: Maxxis DHR II EXO 3C
Tubeless/Tube: Stans NoTubes 30mm Rim Tape & Sealant
Chain guide: Evil Bike Co e13 Integrated Carbon Chainguide
WHO'S THE RIDER?
Instagram ID: sazz_escapologist
Affiliated Ride Group: No ride groups. I would just ride alone or with my best friend from my secondary school days.
How often do you ride?: 2 – 3 times per week, sometimes 4.
Favourite Trail: Bukit Timah Trail would be my all time favourite since I started mountain biking.
Years on 2 Wheels: I started cycling in secondary school on a BMX but fell in love with Mountain Biking in 2006. I bought a Giant mountain bike to cycle to rock climb at Bukit Timah quarry. One day, I decided to give the mountain biking trail a try. Never looked back ever since.
Dream Bike: KTM Super Duke 790 Prototype.
Bike Check: Who's Riding What? is an on-going feature that showcases regular riders and their very own customized (or stock) builds. It's always fun to see what frames and components our local riders are sporting. Photos of Bike Check: Who's Riding What? will be shot by riders themselves in most cases unless we bump into them at the trails and volunteer to shoot the bike. We invite everyone to contact us and showcase your very own build! Send your email to email@example.com and title your email "Bike Check: Who's Riding What?". Include just one (01) photo in the email so that we know you are a genuine rider. We will reply with our Bike Check Form. Hear from you soon! Ride!