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    Nashbar Bee's Knees...

    Nashbar 650 SS

    Anyone ridden this? Interesting to see on Nashbar...

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    Good on N-bar for the B, That big fat downtube looks out of place to me. Being picky!

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    ignore...duplicate post
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    Good looking, simply spec'd bike. Absurd gear ratio (38x16) if it is to be taken on trails with any climbs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by baker View Post
    Cool, simple spec bike. Absurd gear ratio (38x16) if it is to be taken on trails with any climbs...
    Exactly my thoughts. No non-sense simple build......and that gearing caught my eye

    I like it.

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    Smile

    I bought one on black friday.

    Downtube is triangular like the Alloy SS 29er they sell. XL w/Egg Beaters weighed in at 27.2 lbs.

    First trail ride was 38/16 combo. I wised up and bought a 32T raceface chainring. Much better for rolling foothills
    Nashbar 650b SS; Cannondale F29; Kona Kikapu Deluxe Diamondback Overdrive Sport 29er; BMX Viper; Pansonic DX-1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCkikapuD View Post
    I bought one on black friday.

    Downtube is triangular like the Alloy SS 29er they sell. XL w/Egg Beaters weighed in at 27.2 lbs.

    First trail ride was 38/16 combo. I wised up and bought a 32T raceface chainring. Much better for rolling foothills
    Do you like it?

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