Nico Vink's Customized Scott Gambler | GMBN Professional Motorcycles

Nico Vink is likely one of the highest freeriders on the planet, well-known for fantastic jumps and methods. While out at Chatel Motorbike Park, Blake was once fortunate sufficient to be talked thru his customized Scott Gambler through Nico, together with all of the information about the new Ohlins fork and why he nonetheless rides 26 inch wheels. Test it out right here.

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Body: Scott Gambler 2018 medium
Rear Suspension: Ohlins 480 Coil Surprise – 240mm
Entrance Suspension: Ohlins DH Race 200mm twin air chamber
Wheelset: 26″ Hope Wheelset
Tyres: Schwalbe 2.three Magic Mary’s
Brakes: Hope V4
Rotors: Hope 203mm
Handlebars: Vink signature 790mm
Grips: Opposite Vink signature bars
Stem: Hope direct mount 50mm
Crankset: Hope 165mm
Chainring: 36t Hope
Pedals: Hope F20
Cassette: Unmarried sprocket
Chain Guard: Hope built-in bashring guards
Rear Mech: Vink customized SB One chain tensioner
Seatpost: Opposite Vink signature
Saddle: Opposite Vink signature

Anything else Else:
Vink continues to be the use of the former version Scott Gambler linkage gadget as a result of he prefers the way it feels for freeride and jumps slightly than the more recent, racer, Scott linkage.

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25 Replies to “Nico Vink's Customized Scott Gambler | GMBN Professional Motorcycles”

  1. It seems like a pretty dialed in bike. The guy knowns what he is doing and he doesn't do the mainstream stuff. He is combining what works for him, the best of old school like 26" wheels and singlespeed with the best of the new tech like highly developed fork and frame. Awesome review!

  2. Do 26inch wheels save you any weight or make it easier to maneuver a bike in the air? And why are your berms so smooth looking? You must get more rain?

  3. Hi guys! love this channel ive been wanting to get into mountain biking over the last month and next week I'm planning on buying a Bike to do so!

    Im getting a bike but i want to know is front chain rings or 3 ok and which is also good for general use (riding to from work??)

    Im planning to go with giant, jsut not sure which model will suit general needs as wel las a good beginner track bike?

  4. #askgmbn
    Hey Guys, I've just ordered myself the new Cube Hanzz 190 Race, which ist why I'm already planning how I can get everything out of it.
    As it comes with an on-the-fly adjustable travel up front of 160-180 I wonder If I could make it an Enduro Bike by buying a second shock to bring it down to lockable 170 in the back.
    The current one is 222*70. What do you think?
    Will a 216*63 shock make my new bike an enjoyable enduro bike?
    Maybe offset bushings to lift my bottom bracket?
    As I'm living in a van, I can't have all the bikes I want. Having a 200mm fork for real downhill action also sounds like a good option to me.
    I'd be stoked to hear from you guys.
    Keep shredding to all of you.

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