This isn’t Bellingham enduro racer Nick Ryser’s first time here on the Dream Build pages. His last Process, affectionately known as Purp ‘n’ Turq was quite the head-turner and set the bar pretty damn high. Well, Nicks’s latest build definitely gives it a run for its money. We should clarify that this Process 134 isn’t actually pink. It is, in fact, gloss sunset orange w/ indigo and peach decals but Pretty in Gloss Sunset Orange doesn’t really work as a title. Anyway, the bike…you’re here about the bike!

The glaring obvious changes made on Nick’s custom race bike would have to be the shift from Air to coil out back and the change to Marzocchi at the same time. Out back the bike is sporting a Marzocchi Bomber CR coil shock and up front, you’ll find a Marzocchi Bomber Z1 150mm w/ 44mm offset.
Nick kicked things off in the cockpit with a Works Components -1º headset which, combined with the 150mm fork gives the bike a 64º head angle. The handlebar is the carbon Stooge from Cascade Racing designs and it’s mounted to the bike via a Cascade Racing Designs Vagrant stem with Ti bolts. Stopping on the 134 remains in the capable hands of the stock SRAM Guide R’s.
PNW components Loam grips are matched with the very popular PNW components Loam lever which is connected to PNW’s 170mm Bachelor post.

The 170mm PNW components Bachelor post is super tidy. While Nick is running the stock wheels he has swapped out the Maxxis rubber for a set of Vee Tire Co Snap WCE gravity tires in 2.5F 2.35R. The customization finishes with a set of composite Kona Wah Wah II pedals.