Tim from Southwest Bikes in Las Vegas, NV is no stranger to building dreamy bikes, we last featured his insane Honzo CR build, and in the near future we’ll be sharing his Operator CR with you, for today though, it’s this head-turning Process X CR.
“Basically I wanted to build a killer bike that I can take anywhere and be able to pedal up if I wanted to and still be able to handle the gnarliest downhills. I made the build spec extremely similar to my Honzo CR and Operator Cr so that changing from bike to bike will feel as similar as possible. I Built all three bikes as nice as possible because I plan on hanging on to them for the next few years instead of changing them out every season which is what I traditionally do.”
Kicking things of with suspension, Tim has gone for the latest from Fox with Factory 38 fork in classic Shiny Orange
A Fox Factory X2 handles rear suspension duties while a Sram Descendant Carbon crankset and SRAM XX1 chain form the beginning of the drivetrain.
That gold XX! chain mates up with a matching Lunar Sram XX1 Eagle 10-52 Bronze cassette and SRAM AXS XX1 rear derailleur.

The wheelset is an Indusrty Nine Enduro 315c 32Spoke with custom anodized spokes and hubs.

Up in the cockpit, you’ll find a Diety Copperhead 35mm length 35mm clamp stem in bronze holding a set of Diety Speedway carbon 35mm rise bars in place. The grips are from Motor company AME and are their lockon 1.3 model.
Hope Tech takes care of stopping this beautiful rig with their Tech 3 E4 brakes in ano orange.

Down at the wheels, you’ll find matching orange ano Hope Floating rotors, a  180mm rear and a 200mm Front.

A 200mm Fox Transfer Factory seatpost with orange Raceface dropper lever is held in place with a Diety Circuit Clamp in bronze.

A Diety Speedtrap saddle completes the bike’s contact points.


And the whole build rolls on Maxxis tires, upfront there’s an Assaegi EXO+ 3C 29×2.5 and out back a DHR2 EXO+ 3C 29×2.4, the rear wheel is sporting Cush Core 29” XC insert in the rear.