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    Let's See Those 29er Rigids!!

    Hey Guys, Just thought it would be cool to show off our 29er rigid bikes. Thanks JB
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    here's my SIR9
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    Love my Salsa.




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    Here's my Jabber.






    It's brother should be on the trail this week sometime.
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    i see spots

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    Una mas El Mariachi.
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    walt

    pic from last year, build is a little different now, but still rigid.
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    ITS HERMANSONS FAULT!!!

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    True North

    a carbon fork still counts as rigid, right....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma_rider
    a carbon fork still counts as rigid, right....?
    If it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck....

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    Mary SS


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    Vassago w/ speedhub, On-One carbon fork.
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    Great thread! Older photo and many updates have followed. We'll see if we can get a newer one this weekend!

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    El Mar

    Another Salsa El Mar
    Old photo...doesn't show sweet brass bell, golden selle an-atomica, king cages and cog. Coming from a full-squish fisher 29er...I love this bike.
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    Hey SS1980 - I've got a Jabberwocky coming soon, and I notice the Surly Tuggnut on your drive side. First, I assume you installed this because the wheel was moving on that side? Second, do you have one on the non-drive side also? I've heard of the brake side moving when braking hard and the drive side moving when cranking hard. Did you experience one or both of these? Thanks!

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    details here

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    Here's my Eriken in rigid mode. I have since put the Reba back on it since I sold the fork. I'm thinking of getting another rigid fork for it.
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    Monocog 29er



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    Quote Originally Posted by SINGLESPEEDER1980
    Hey Guys, Just thought it would be cool to show off our 29er rigid bikes. Thanks JB
    It's always cool to show off one's rigid.
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    Here's a pic of the ChiTi Columbia from Christmas time. I've since changed out the stem, bars and brakes to a 120x15 Thomson stem, Jones bars, and Paul Comp. CrossStop brakes. It's one of the two best riding bikes I've ever owned (along with my Strong). I've stripped those hideous decals from the fork and replaced them with some subtle Columbia decals too.
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    I'm in with my Strong rigid 29er ss :

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    I'm in with my Strong rigid 29er ss : I really like checking out the beautiful bikes on this thread
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    Tres Hombres

    Here's three that are currently in the stable. Two others have been sold, and two more customs are here being built. Yeah........you could say I like rigid 29"ers!
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    my desalvo steel fixie with a niner brand fork painted to match.

    <img src=http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/2940/desalvo29fixiekr3.jpg>

    also, my quiring ti when it was fixed. it now sports a lefty, thomson post and selle italia storika saddle and a freewheel/rear v-brake ss set up.
    <img src=http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/6258/cimg1416cd1.jpg>

    there are some classic bikes on this thread!!!
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    Blue rigid spot

    Heres mine, built in 2006...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown
    It's always cool to show off one's rigid.

    That's what she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAVERICKHOSS
    green spots
    That would be one rigid bike and one hardtail (both nice).
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    Quote Originally Posted by 100%CheeseFree
    AAHHHH!!! You are the owner of the Charger PG!
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    El Mariachi, the color maybe blue, but nothing about it makes me feel blue. It's been one of the best bikes I've every owned.
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    Yes it is me, more here......Peacock Groove.
    ITS HERMANSONS FAULT!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vernon VernDog
    Heres mine, built in 2006...
    Wuzzat front hub?
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    Here's one pic.

    See some others at here (scroll down a bit to see it fully built)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 100%CheeseFree
    Yes it is me, more here......Peacock Groove.
    Ahh, I was mostly MIA in February
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    here is my mary. but I took the ridgid off. I just couldn't go a fast as I wanted to with the ridgid. but will more than likely put it back on for the winter.




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    My beast

    Quote Originally Posted by SINGLESPEEDER1980
    Hey Guys, Just thought it would be cool to show off our 29er rigid bikes. Thanks JB


    '07 MC29er. '03 XT cranks with Vuelta ring, Wellgo SPD pedals, Perofrmance Bike carbon bars and stem, Hope Mono Mini 160mm brakes and lever, WTB Speed V saddle, and Shimano 8 speed chain.

    I still haven't trashed the headset yet. I got a Cane Creak S2 on standby.

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    Lynskey

    The Lynskey
    Here's how the new Lynskey looked right after building it up. Not a good pic, but I had to get one of it sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown
    It's always cool to show off one's rigid.
    Are you saying you have a 29-inch rigid?
    "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated" -- Mark Twain.

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    Redline Mono 9

    Got the Redline Mono 9 a couple of days ago and I'm really digging riding rigid.

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    More pictures here.

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    Good job! Ninerrr...

    Here's my 2 week old Niner One 9.
    Love the way it handles!



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    Plain ol GF X Caliber with lots of ups.

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    17" Monocog Flight


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    My Vulture

    It switches back and forth from a rigid to a Reba. Here it is rigid.

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    I gotcher stiffy right here...

    If you look really, really close you can see that both ends are locked out.



    Heh heh heh...

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    A Badger up a tree.

    From my ride today.



    After I got home and cleaned it up a bit...

    My ego is bigger and better looking than yours.

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    here's our shop's demo FrankenRig, complete with price tag. Franken because it was just a frame when we got it...pieced together with decent stuff just laying around. It's about 24lbs.

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    Surly Karate Monkey. Now it has Eno cranks.
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