i had a 2008 mission 1 and it was my absolute favorite bike
The layout geometry reminds me, of the Scott Voltage FR....
I just found a used one for $600. Do you still think they are worth this 3 years later?
hey man, whats the size of your bike?
your brake leaked in 2 days? DB said FU? Pretty shitty. F Diamondback.
Climbs good in medium and firm mode on the rear shock or climb and trail mode depending on the shock you have
I'm trying to buy this bike from someone on offer up but is a Large would say this bike runs small for a medium? I've seen it at a trail the medium looked like it for small
Just got one of these things about 2 weeks ago on Craigslist for $950, so far have upgraded stem to a 45mm Wake, bars to Spank Spoon 785s, the grips to ODI lock ons, upgrading to a dropper seat post eventually, also swapped the level t brakes to Shimanos. Not a big fan of Sram brakes. Bought some Crankbrothers Stamp reps too. Solid bike thus far.
I've got the chance to get one for $1000, plus he's giving me a carbon handlebar with it. Should I go for it?
Do you know the weight of these stock or what yours weighs now,
Hi, what is your height? I see that this bike is size M. How has the experience been in that size? What do you think about size L?
This is pretty funny. I thought those park laps were familiar- blue is my local!
Thanks man, best review out there
The want is very very real for this bike. Enjoy man, shred on🤟🤙
I am currently trying to save up for this bike and have a 2016 kona lana'i with a bunch of upgrades. I am looking for more travel and a full sus because i am getting into park but dont want a full downhill bike. I don't do climbs that much but would you say this handles good on downhill. And how about jumps? I know it has 160 mm of travel in the fork which is gonna be a big upgrade compared to my 100 mm hardtail that gets beat to death. What is the travel in the rear shock? Let me know. Thanks.
I'm researching my first full-sus purchase and torn between many bikes, with this one the least expensive (I'm on a tight budget). I'm just concerned over how it might feel on climbs. I'm out of shape and not a young buck anymore, so I don't want to regret my purchase if climbing is way tougher than on my budget hardtail. Thoughts?
I'm liking the Release 2 (if I can swing the extra $, but I also enjoy bombing big descents!
The word your looking for is (Value). Just bought mine on Jensen. Thanks for your review.
And what is boost?? lol sorry I'm new to MTB 😆
Man I'm debating on the DB Release 3 or this Mission pro. Do you know what's the widest tire size that'll fit on this Mission?
hello .IM IN VIETNAMES I WANT ORDER THIS TOOL PLS SHOW IT TOMY
I wish all builders (look at you big box guys) would do this before shipping unbuilt framesets.
Cobra Frame Building: Build first, Bike hard, No mercy.
put the material your measuring with the calipers as far back in the jaws as possible. then rock the callipers back a forth over the flats on the jaws. the smallest reading is your measurement. easy peasy.
Hi, I'm planning to ream the seat tube of a vintage chromoly lugged steel road bike frame to accept a larger diameter seat post, specifically 26.8mm to 27.2mm, so ill be removing approx 0.4mm of material? correct? I'm planning to buy an adjustable hand reamer with a 26-29.5mm reaming range, the seat tube is already slotted so I'm planning on going as slow as I possibly can , the outer diameter of the lug measures approx 30.8mm, and the seat tube approx 29mm. Is this advisable? will there be enough material in the tube for it to be safe? in my head it works haha but id like an expert opinion before I go through with it, I'm doing this so ill have more options for seat posts. Thanks
It is possible to make oval headtube to normal???????
Very cool video ^_^
Question: can leaving that edge of material on the bottom of the bore cause it to interfere with a headset cup remover tool?
I wanted to put a modern 30.9mm seat post in my old aluminum Specialized MTB which originally came with a 30.8mm seat post. I used the adjustable reamer and flex hone exactly as shown here, and got a perfect fit. Thanks a billion for the tutorial!
great video, thanks a million
Love flex honing seat tubes on the lower end bikes at my shop. Makes me feel fancy lol.
Question. So I’m trying to build my own bike out of an old mountain bike frame, but the headset tubes are 32mm and I have a pair 34mm headset cups. I can fix that by using a reamer? Just wondering if it’s worth a try
This channel is amazing. Thank you
Yes I like you work bro.👍
*I gather that the average consumer would never need to do these procedures, no? We may press headset cups and press-fit bottom brackets, but I assume that manufacturers do this for us, right?*
Drill a hole wider than the slot then cut the slot. Standard practice.
Since you have a milling machine in the background, couldn't you set up the frame carefully and then use a single-point cutting tool in a boring bar to do all these jobs, without needing all those expensive hand tools? (I guess it would be a pain getting the frame carefully aligned with the boring bar though.) The funniest thing I ever saw was a machinist in a big factory whose seatpost rusted into the seat tube and couldn't be removed, so the guy clamped his bike frame into a giant lathe with a 6 ft. diameter 4-jaw chuck, and bored out the seatpost!
Hey Joe: Can you post some information about the handle you made? I'm especially interested in how it clamps to the square top of the reamer. Thanks!
You should also watch how thick the metal is in the frame as you could split the metal. I also feel these video's are no longer DIY anymore.
When I used to finesse the seat tube, we had a light abrasive brush that we put on a drill and gave it a few seconds. Worked like a charm.
Glad I found your vid Joe, good work. It's six months later; how did the press fit pan out?
I have a 2013 Nevada 1.5 black/orange. Love the thing. It’s been a great bike. But now I’m looking into upgrading the forks to air forks and the drive train. I want to make it smoother and lighter. If you want I have a video up you can see it. Fuji is just superb in my mind.
What size this?
How's the bike holding up??? I just ordered one 2021 model
how tall are you? does the 19 fit well?
I just bought one for $298.00
How heavy is it? I think the walmart bikes are way heavier, right?
I'm from Dayton Ohio, live in Kettering and currently searching for something under 5/700 , Kettering bike shop and k&g is outrageously expensive lol
I'm looking at buying this but I dont no much about bikes. I'm 6ft3 but can only get a 21 inch one would you say that is big enough for me?
The Fuji website lists this one with a price of 840 USD: http://www.fujibikes.com/usa/bikes/mountain/sport/nevada/nevada-29-1-5
A local bike shop offered me a price of 799, but still too high for me.
I just purchased this bike from a local bike shop. I added a larger seat and a kickstand. I know you’re not supposed to have a kickstand on a mountain bike but when I got off, the first thing I looked for, was a kickstand. It was gone, lol. Mainly it’s to help me get into shape. It’s difficult but I’m really enjoying it so far!! The wind in my face and neighbors to wave at but I’m too scared to lift a hand off of the handlebars, lol.
Spotted a brand new one from letgo. Getting it today for $330. Yessssss
If you didnt spend 1000.00 on a bike you didn't spend an extra 300.00 for a name
I got one of these! I love it!
Dude I have the same bike. I am riding it last two years and it's great. I even learn some tricks on it. This is great bike for 400 $ and I am still riding it all over the place (Dubai, UAE). Enjoy. Max speed I've reached off road is 38 km/h.
For anyone who owns this bike, don't beat on it too hard, the crankset/ front gears/ will bend
I love my 2017 fuji Nevada 1.4 Fuji Nevada are great bikes that don't blow the bank thought the 1.1 is over 1k. I would never waste your money on a walmart. Save you money and if you look on-line you can find last year model at great discounts. My was just $800 and I got it for $525. Just make sure you get sized and buy the right bike size for you and your riding style
those brakes are great, u can stop with one finger, shift while braking, and the precision is incredible
Fuji Nevada 1.7:
My Enduro bike: am I a joke to you?
I just bought mine too, love it!!
I have a 27.5, $575, hard tail fugi navada, new grips, shimano casset, shimano derailer, shimano brakes/shifter, and I just cleaned out my suspension. I am a MTB channel, but I can’t change my name.
I’ve owned this bike from new and love it. Wouldn’t change it
Hi Sir! May I know how much fir shipping to the Philippines? Ty
What size dropper is on the Medium?
Just bought from CS with the 10% discount voucher - good work guys, cheapest in the country!