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Morewood Zula

Weight: 12 Kg ( 26.4 Pounds )
Date Setup: 22nd Jun 2012
Price: N.A
With Owner? Yes
Morewood Zula 's Description:

Made the jump over from hardtail bikes to full-sus finally after delaying my purchase of one for over a year. I'll miss the hardtail's excellent climbing capabilities and ability to ride on the road efficiently but I'll have more fun on the downward side of the trails. Anyway the climbs shouldn't be much different as this isn't a 180mm long travel monster.



Frame: 2010 Morewood 'Zula' TripleButted 6069 T6, SPI Lite single pivot.

Fork: Fox 32 Float 120mm FIT CTD w/ TrailAdjust (QR15)
Shock: Fox Float RP23 BoostValve

Stem: Thomson Elite X4 (50mm)

Headset: CaneCreek 

Handle Bar: Easton Haven OS Carbon Low-riser 

Grips: ODI Ruffian 

Seat Post: KS DropZone Remote

 Saddle: Fizik Gobi XM

 Rims: NoTubes ZTR Flow

 Hubs: Hope Pro2 Evo (F) / Hadley SDH QR Disc (R)

 Tires: Maxxis Ardent 2.25

Brakeset: Magura Louise BAT

 Rotors: Braking WFIX (180mm/160mm)

Pads: Braking P20 Sintered

 Crankset: Shimano XT M770 2x9

BashGuard: AttitudeBikes Custom Fabricated

Pedals: Shimano Saint MX-80

Shifters: Shimano XT M770

Front Dee: Shimano XT M781

Rear Dee: Shimano XT M772

Cassette: Shimano HG80 9-spd.


*Parts may not follow picture as picture is rarely updated.


22/06/2012 - Swapped the components from my Scott Scale 40 over to this 2nd hand Morewood frame. Bumped up the travel for the OEM Rockshox Reba SL fork to 120mm from its original XC race configuration of 80mm.

03/11/2012 - The FSA K-Force handle bars were too short at 660mm for this bike. Changed to a 711mm Easton Haven CF set.

26/02/2013 - Bought a 70mm stem to replace the 100mm stem which was from the Scott as the original felt too long for this bike.

13/08/2013 - Changed the Rockshox Reba SL to a 120mm Fox Float 32 with 15mm thru-axle. 


Hi! Is your bike for sale? Let me know? 98253216

markylabung on 9th May 2013 1:45 PM


Sorry it's currently not for sale, thank you. :)

9th May 2013 4:52 PM


nice bike bro :) the color of the frame is attention-grabbing :)

tabledreamer on 28th Nov 2010 2:38 PM


Haha thanks bro! BTW where did you get the ODI/Troy Lee grips? They look really good on your ride!

1st Jan 2011 11:22 AM


Hey Tim, thats a nice bike. how do you find the ride?

lousypig on 12th Mar 2010 2:15 PM


Its not bad considering its a lot lighter than the Ironhorse. Though I find the long stem good for road riding, I don't feel confident on the trails with it. Might be changing it for something shorter and my friend keeps recommending me to buy this brand called Loaded.

4th Apr 2010 9:02 PM


Hi, ur bike is very nice. May I know how much u paid for it?

kichiro_1314 on 27th Dec 2009 11:35 AM


Haha thanks . Anyway the price I tell you may be different from the actual retail price so you might want to check out the dealer's webpage here on togoparts or call them. Cyclecraft is the dealer for Scott.

29th Dec 2009 9:40 PM