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    Frame: Niner EMD9
    Fork: RS Reba dual air
    Wheels: Stan's Crest w/ZTR hubs and DT spokes
    Tires: Maxxis Crossmark (rear), Ardent (front)
    Brakes: Avid Elixir CR
    Cranks: XT w/Niner single speedring and MRP 1x chain guide (1X9)
    Rear Der: XT
    Cassette: XT
    Shifter: XT
    Chain: XTR
    Pedals: CB Eggbeater C
    Seatpost: Thomson
    Stem: Thomson
    Grips: Ergon GX1
    Saddle: Fizik Nisene

    Weight is in the low 25 lbs. Will be 24 when i get lighter tires and go tubeless here soon.

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    [QUOTE=jhardeman]Just built this up. New to me 2007 Turner Sultan. Moved all my parts from my On One Inbred. Plan to cut the fork once I have it dialed.



    What Salsa bar do you have on that? Whats the width and sweep?
    Thanks

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    I literally just built it up today and have not cut and bled the brakes. Please don't comment about that. I already know
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    Canfield Yelli Screamy



    Frame - XL Yelli
    Fork - Marzocchi 44 Micro ti
    Wheels - Stans Flows with Hope Pro II hubs
    Brakes - Formula ORO K 24
    1x9 Drivetrain - Truvative Stylo cranks (32t)
    Shimano 12/36 cassette
    X9 shifter & derailleur
    Tires - Specialized Purgatory 2.4
    Weight - 29 lbs with tubes
    No moss...

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    Here's a couple of bikes my brother just put together

    The Yeti is a hoot to ride.

    The Intense is just crazy; I've ridden speeds over rough stuff I've never accomplished before.

    Nice to have him as my bro fo sho!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil335
    How do you like that DT Swiss fork? Is that the Carbon version?


    Looks like a Marzo 44 to me....
    And I don't think DT makes non-carbon forks.

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    23lbs of fun

    Life is like riding a bicycle - in order to keep your balance, you must keep moving. ~Albert Einstein

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    RMB Vertex SE

    I hope there is enough room on the bandwagon for me:



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    Quote Originally Posted by kidhaulinbike
    23lbs of fun

    Very nice! I really like the color, what do you call it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeD
    Very nice! I really like the color, what do you call it?
    I call her milk of magnesia or seafoam..lol

    Its one of those hate it or love it colors. I love it cause nobody else that I personally know has that color!
    Life is like riding a bicycle - in order to keep your balance, you must keep moving. ~Albert Einstein

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    2011 VooDoo Canzo 29er My New Ride!!

    2011 VooDoo Canzo 29er Specs!!

    Frame: Canzo 29er Large 4" travel
    Front Fork: Fox RLC
    Rear Shock: RockShox Monarch
    Wheels: Pure from bicycle wheel warehouse Front hub interchangable Rear DT Swiss 370
    Tires: WTB Prowler 2.1 running them tubeless with Stans Kit
    Skewers: Red Hope
    Seatpost Clamp: Red Hope
    Crank Set: FSA with External BB
    Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy's
    Front Derailleur: SRAM X9
    Rear Derailleur: SRAM X9
    Cables: Jagwire
    Hydraulic Hoses: Jagwire
    Brakes: Magura Marta SL
    Rotors: Front Ashima 180mm Rear Ashima 160mm
    Seatpost: TruAtiv
    Seat: WTB Rocket
    Headset: Chris King
    Stem: Thompson 100mm 0 Degree
    Bar: Specialized S-Works Carbon robbed from 06 Epic
    Shifters: X9 no displays
    Grips: ODI Oury Lock Ons
    Cassette: SRAM PG 990
    Weighs in at 29.11 lbs without front derailleur and before tubeless





    "Addicted to 29" Wheels!!"

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    Update: Motobecane Outcast 29 disk.

    Just threw some new parts onto this bike.





    Spoke nipples are green btw... Doesnt show well in the pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eauxgod
    I hope there is enough room on the bandwagon for me:


    Sharp bike! What's the weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skilikeme
    Sharp bike! What's the weight?
    19" @ little over 26 lbs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eauxgod
    I hope there is enough room on the bandwagon for me:


    Beautiful bike. I don't know why, but I love how the cranks match the gray of the frame. Everything flows really well.

    Nice job.

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    My vanilla bone stock "11 X-Cal. This is my first foray into 29ers. I sure hope I love it as long as my recently departed '94 Bridgestone MB-3.


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    Hey claybustr, what brand is that rear mudguard you're running?

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    I'm pretty sure it's a SKS

    Quote Originally Posted by JBO
    Hey claybustr, what brand is that rear mudguard you're running?
    SKS Extra Dry Quick Release. I've had it for a few years. I need to find a good front mudguard now. I'm open to any suggestions.

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    picking her up early nxt week (final payment will be made via tax return

    here's a quick cell phone snap

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    Quote Originally Posted by claybustr
    SKS Extra Dry Quick Release. I've had it for a few years. I need to find a good front mudguard now. I'm open to any suggestions.
    Sks makes a 29er front shockblade. But from what I've seen, when it comes to this style of front fender, a 26 inch version works fine, I have a 26 inch shockboard on my 29er (pictured above) and it works fine.

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    2010 Specialized Stumpjumper SS 29 Rigid
    19.1 lbs


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buggyr333
    Sks makes a 29er front shockblade. But from what I've seen, when it comes to this style of front fender, a 26 inch version works fine, I have a 26 inch shockboard on my 29er (pictured above) and it works fine.

    Thanks, I just ordered a Shock Blade. I had heard a couple people complain that they fell off easy but I dig the way it looks.

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    I also have a RIP9 set up the exact same way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by claybustr
    Thanks, I just ordered a Shock Blade. I had heard a couple people complain that they fell off easy but I dig the way it looks.
    I haven't had mine fall of yet.seems pretty anchored in there.

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    Niner WFO9+Rohloff:













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    1x9 ???

    Quote Originally Posted by htfu_aaron
    23 lbs 8 oz with The Captain Control 2.2/2.0
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/51182386@N05/5402717994/" title="IMAG0172 by htfu_aaron, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5297/5402717994_ed7921f4be_b.jpg" width="1024" height="613" alt="IMAG0172" /></a>

    Is this a 1X9....I am thinking 1x10 could be my race setup this coming season....but not sure if 32x36 is low enough for a we grind of a climb.....

    A lot of 29er guys are single ring on the front.....really cool.

    The 29er wheels make everything taller.....so I have my concerns. please tell me I will be strong enough to pedal a 1x9.

    cheers

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    Well it depends. Do you routinely use the smallest 2 cogs on the back with your 22 in front? A 32x36 is 25.8 gear inches a 22x26 (the 3rd smallest cog on an 11 or 12 34) is 25.4 gear inches. If you can get by without ever using the smallest 2 cogs then you will be good to go.

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    It is 1x9, 32t chainring, 11-32t cassette.

    I personally felt like the 32 in the rear was enough but its really personal, it kind of boils down to my riding style (not to toot my own horn but I'm just more of a power-type rider). I literally NEVER used my granny ring when it was there.

    If i were doing 6+ hour endurance stuff I may consider for a cassette 34t large cog, maybe a 36 if someone made one that wasnt a boat anchor and didnt cost an arm an a leg, but a 32 has been manageable so far.
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    my updated 29r pic

    and my pimping pink chain
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    Riding a mtb is like a reset button, 10 mins in and there is nothing else in the world that matters.
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    Man , turn down the volume on that chain .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS
    Man , turn down the volume on that chain .
    dont lie you know you want one
    Quote Originally Posted by craftworks750
    Riding a mtb is like a reset button, 10 mins in and there is nothing else in the world that matters.
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    I've got some purple bar-ends if you want them for that Rasta Peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    I've got some purple bar-ends if you want them for that Rasta Peace.
    haha yes, they will go with my ano purple water cage . honestly though when i got the chain i though it was more a redish pink color and it would be close enough to the red hubs it would look passable at a distance but oh was i way off .
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    Quote Originally Posted by insanitylevel9
    my updated 29r pic

    and my pimping pink chain
    man, thats some colorful bike... an orange grip would give that more color...
    Padyak lang ng padyak!

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    Anthem

    My new Amthem X1 (aussie spec)
    Picked it up last weekend, only had a couple of rides, but I already Love it!
    Im 6'6": and this is my first 29er and the difference for me from my old 26" anthem is amazing.

    Currently stock, and apart from a stans kit it will stay that way for a while until I save the $$$ for a better wheelset. Any recomendations? Im 260lb.

    And before the chorus of "you too big/heavy for an anthem" Ive ridden a 26anthem for the past 5 years with nothing more than a wheel rebuild with heavier spokes. With no problems.
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    Thought I'd share a couple of photos of my new 29er build.
    quite a simple build
    On-One Scandal built up 1x9 with SRAM X9 and SLX Crankdet, Rockshox Recon Gold TK, Stans Rims with Superstar Switch Hubs. Comes in at 23.5 lbs.
    Really happy with it and fully converted to the 29er hype!
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    Great looking Scandal dude! I am waiting on wheels for my Inbred and cannot wait to ride that bad boy!!!You will have to let us know how it feels once you get her out and get her dirty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregnash
    Great looking Scandal dude! I am waiting on wheels for my Inbred and cannot wait to ride that bad boy!!!You will have to let us know how it feels once you get her out and get her dirty.
    Took the Scandal out earlier this evening on a 20 miler. It feels fantastic, rolls really well and is amazingly fast and responsive! Went flying past a roadie on a climb(!). He didn't look too pleased!.
    Best thing about it for me is that the geometry is soooo good, loads of benefits and none of the perceived 29er disadvantages. I'd recommend a Scandal 29 er to anyone. £235 GBP is the bargain of the Century.
    Previously I had a Genesis Singlespeed which was fun but i would always tend to grab my Heckler if there was the remote chance of any lumps in the trail. Part of the problem was that I bought a bike a little small for me. At the minute it looks like my Hecker might be playing second fiddle!

    Enjoy your inbred!

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    Oh dont worry I will enjoy my Inbred. What length fork is that? Are you running 80mm or 100mm?

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    It's the stock 100mm but you can drop it down to 80mm by fitting the internal spacer.
    Feel good at 100mm though do will leave it at that for a while. At least till the fork needs a service!

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    Here's me, Redline 460 29er (2008) with a reba xx remote lockout fork (100 mm), some avid bb7 brakes, and specialized saddle/pedals. I'm putting a set of stans flows onto it with hope pro II hubs, and schwalbe 29x2.35 big apples onto it this upcoming week, too... it's a road warrior.




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    my kona hei hei 2-9

    I've been building this bike up after a friend signed me up for the trans rockies this coming August. Seemed like a good excuse to make the switch to 29er. It's a 2009 Kona hei hei 2-9 deluxe with a rp3 rear shock and f29 100mm up front
    Sram X0 shifters and rear derailleur
    XTR front derailleur
    XTR 11-34 cassette
    race face deus cranks with 26-32-44 rings
    Eggbeater pedals
    Chris king bottom bracket
    American classic 29er wheelset set up tubeless
    KCNC seatpost
    SARS headset (I'll be changing that to a king later on)
    Avid juicy 7 brakes 160r 180f
    Easton ec70 bars 680 wide
    Ritchey 100mm WCS stem
    Ergon grips
    nokon cables w/ middleburn oilers
    All together it came in at 26lbs on the dot. Now if it would just stop snowing I could actually go out and ride it.
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    My new race bike.

    Can We Start a New Post Pictures of your 29er Thread?-jobo1.jpg
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    wow theres some very nice 29ers being shown...
    heres mine...nuttin special, its my first 29er and it has made me fall in in love with riding again.
    I dig dirt!

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    Nice Jamis Fred. I was looking at those at one point. Hopefully this weather stays with us for at least the weekend so I can get out and ride. (up in N. NV at least)

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    Here're some pics from the maiden voyage of my Tallboy tonight...





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    Oh those Haven Carbon rims!!!! me want!
    I have a tallboy too and its sex on wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lewiscomposites
    Now if it would just stop snowing I could actually go out and ride it.
    A little snow shouldn't stop anybody
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    Hey guys I'm on iPad and I don't see like half of the pics here. Why?
    rower & power

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    Quote Originally Posted by panplan
    Hey guys I'm on iPad and I don't see like half of the pics here. Why?
    Are you logged-in ?

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