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Antidote Bikes build a Porsche-modeled custom Carbonjack 29 in Mamba Green

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Stefan, the owner of RTB Bikes, didn’t have to look far for inspiration when he built his 2020 Antidote Carbonjack 29. His new superbike had to perfectly match his super car; the Porsche Panamera GTS Sport Turismo with its striking Mamba Green paint job. We’d say he did a pretty good job there, wouldn’t you?

All images courtesy of Jakub Reichhart

Antidote Carbonjack Porsche Custom Build

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While this doesn’t quite enter the realm of Dangerholm’s ultralight high-performance custom builds (see the Hyper Spark for reference), this custom Antidote Carbonjack 29 is nevertheless extremely drool-worthy, especially when sitting pretty next to the Porsche super car its modeled on.

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The Porsche-modeled Antidote Carbonjack 29 custom build weighs a claimed 14.9kg

With Stefan’s goal set, Tom, the co-owner of RTB Bikes, took over the customization of all parts and the final build.

antidote carbonjack 29 porsche green mamba paint job

Antidote Bikes produce their frames entirely in-house in Poland. They also have
their own paint shop and offer custom paintwork in pretty much every color imaginable, making individual dream builds like this one possible.

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Build Spec

  • Frame: 2020 Antidote Carbonjack 29, size XL, Custom Paint Mamba Green Metallic
  • Fork: Öhlins RXF Air 160mm, custom decals
  • Shock: Öhlins TTX 22M 210x55mm, custom color
  • Wheelset: MDuro Carbon rims, Chris King hubs, Sapim D-Light spokes
  • Front tire: Onza Porcupine 29 x 2,4 TRC 60 TPI Tubeless Ready
  • Rear tire: Onza Porcupine 29 x 2,4 TRC 60 TPI Tubeless Ready
  • Tubeless valves: SUPACAZ Ventil Star Valvez 50mm, oil slick
  • Brakes: Trickstuff Direttissima, 4 piston, black
  • Brake adapter: Intend PMPM+20/23
  • Disc rotors: Trickstuff Dächle HD 203 Heavy-Duty
  • Drivetrain: SRAM XX1 eagle AXS DUB 1×12 Groupset, Boost, 175mm cranks
  • Pedals: DMR Vault, custom paint
  • Headset: Intend Stiffmaster, 14mm stack height, ZS44 / Cane Creek 40 ZS56
  • Stem: Intend Grace FR 35mm
  • Handlebar: Antidote Candy Ray 810mm, 34mm rise
  • Grips: ODI Rogue Lock-On, 130mm
  • Seatpost: Rockshox Reverb AXS A1 170mm, 30,9mm
  • Seat: Ergon GE1 Factory oilslick

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3 years ago

Hahaha–April Fools!

Dan Lind
3 years ago
Reply to  luggednut

I’m pretty sure this is probably true. Nothing really indicates it’s an April Fool’s prank….seems reasonable to me. Gorgeous paint, terrific build!

3 years ago

What makes it a “porsche-modeled” bike? Is just because the colors are similar and then had pictures taken with a porsche? I don’t get it. Also that porshe is obviously a street car, so why use a “street/road” car as inspiration for a MTB? Does this make sense to anyone else? Guess it makes sense if you don’t think about it or maybe if I actually read the article.

Ferdinand VK4501
Ferdinand VK4501
3 years ago

Tinker, the bike has 15% more parts than a standard bike, those parts can only be installed
by an authorized mechanic, who flies in via 1st class on Lufthansa from Stuttgart.
Hence it is Porsche-like.

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