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    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaEps View Post
    A little bit of pee just trickled out of my pipi when I saw that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts
    you're riding a san jose in houston?
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.

    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    time for a trip to The Woodlands, dare I say Conroe?
    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekrow4jc


    Recently upgraded stem and post to Thomson elite as well avid clean sweep xx rotors.
    New wheels in the works, syncros ds28 (white) laced to hope hubs (red).
    This is a thread for fully rigid ss 29ers. Don't ruin it by posting a bike with a derailleur. I cannot stand looking at it (the derailleur).

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTT
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.



    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.
    Ahhh, which is why it made me happy when the Navy stationed me in Washington State. I hated the trails within an hour of NW Houston. I've got epic riding within 10min!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKTrain
    Ahhh, which is why it made me happy when the Navy stationed me in Washington State. I hated the trails within an hour of NW Houston. I've got epic riding within 10min!
    Did you hate Double Lake???

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    Springtime in San Antonio.

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    First MTB and it has been a blast! SS and rigid is the way to go! lol
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    Emory Kalahari Kruiser

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    First singlespeed, first rigid, first 29er, first tubeless... sold a nice Cannondale hardtail and a really nice carbon roadbike to build up my dream bike... or at least my realistic dream bike.


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    2009 Raleigh XXIX

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    My XXIX
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lets_Ride
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    Ok, I have to ask which Bontrager tire is that? I know others can see it and know from one tread block; I was born without that gene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Ok, I have to ask which Bontrager tire is that? I know others can see it and know from one tread block; I was born without that gene.
    Bontrager 29.3 team issue. Came standard on my Rumblefish 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTT
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.



    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.
    yea there is only two trails that I know of here in the woodlands , Conroe on the other hand might have a few I would not want to hang around.

    maybe you should show me around the Houston trails this summer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lets_Ride
    Bontrager 29.3 team issue. Came standard on my Rumblefish 2
    They look much higher volume than a 2.25, and it looks like you have two fronts mounted there?
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    no garage door porn shots but here is my 17.2lb One9


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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    They look much higher volume than a 2.25, and it looks like you have two fronts mounted there?
    Yep. They are big for 2.25 and yes they are actually two fronts but that how they came specced on the RF2. I am not a fan of Bonty tires but these are awesome on the front and not too bad on the back. The big volume is also nice on the fully rigid

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkrobe
    Nice rides. I'll have to post mine when I get home...

    If anyone is wondering, a Stout on a P-35 will fit in the frame, and so will an Ardent [snugly].

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7daysaweek
    Not rigid anymore... but it used to look like this.

    I knew my bike wasn't the only dirty one in this thread!

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