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    Quiring SuperBee 650b @ Iceman

    Another custom 650b frame builder...
    Scott Quiring was showing a Custom Ti 650b bike at his Iceman "Ice Cycle Expo" booth this year. More info over at MMBA.org - What is the Quiring Super Bee?

    jw

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    That's pretty stunning. Pictures don't do Quiring's bikes justice since they look so good.

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    Very Nice!
    “Those that say it can’t be done should get out of the way of those doing it.”

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    pretty cool!

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    that's hot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Pacenti
    Very Nice!

    Kirk,

    The Tires went on the Stans No Tubes 355 650b rims really easy. As in not alot of effort to make them tubeless. Nice job on the tires !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bells Brewery MTB
    Kirk,

    The Tires went on the Stans No Tubes 355 650b rims really easy. As in not alot of effort to make them tubeless. Nice job on the tires !
    Glad to here it! Fwiw, Stan told me these tires seal up better than any non-tubeless-ready tire he's ever tested.

    I am looking forward to your detailed ride report!

    Cheers,

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    Curious as to the size of that frame, the geometry of it, and whether or not that is a 650b specific fork up front or just a 29er that works fine with this wheelsize.

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