Well, I have been riding my Superlight for close to three years now, figure it is about time to retire the poor thing. I did some research and finally decided to order an Ellsworth Truth frame. From what I can tell they have taken care of the problems they were having with breaking so I think this frame should make me happy.
This bike will be used for about ten races a year including one 24 hour race. The rest of the time it will just be used for xc riding. I want it to be relatively light but reliable.
I am planning on using the majority of the parts off of my Superlight to build up the Truth.
Anyway, here is how it is going to be built up.
18" Truth frame
White Brothers XC 1.0 fork
Magura Marta SL brakes
XT pod shifters w/ display removed
American Classic ISIS bb
FSA Carbon Pro crankset
Hugi 240 hubs
Mavic 317 rims
Continental Explorer & Escape tire
Thomson stem & seatpost
Fizik Gobi saddle
FSA K-Force low rise carbon bar
Odi lock on grips (don't give me too hard of a time about these)
FSA Orbit Xtreme Pro
Crank Bros Candy SL pedals
Well, what ya think?