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  1. #1151
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    My Specialized Carve SL 29er SS Full Rigid w/Carbon Fork

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    My sons Jamis 26er/650B SS Full Rigid w/ Carbon Fork
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    Krampus...


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    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er

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    Krampus...

    Nice, was this a custom build?

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    I thought all Krampus thus far were custom builds?

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    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-carvesl-web1.jpg

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    First 29er, first SS. Stock Specialized Carve SL size M (17.5), except for the SPDs and bottle cage. Thumbs up to all the other amazing rides in this thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eightyseven View Post
    I've seen one squeezed into a '10/11 model on here somewhere with enough room to spare. I doubt the clearance lessened for the '13.
    Once I burn through the stock tires I'll post pics of the upgrade.
    I'm running WTB Weirwolf 2.5's on my 2011 and there is plenty of room, though they are a relatively "small" 2.5, hadn't thought of a knard up front great idea will you use a rabbit hole rim ? Rhys.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Genesis Fortitude Adventure 29er SS build

    Loving this bike. The reynolds 725 Cro-Mo frame has horizontal drop-outs and rigid fork specific geometry - what more could you want for a 29er rigid SS build?! One day I may go carbon forks but very happy for now
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    Quote Originally Posted by konacurtis View Post
    Loving this bike. The reynolds 725 Cro-Mo frame has horizontal drop-outs and rigid fork specific geometry - what more could you want for a 29er rigid SS build?! One day I may go carbon forks but very happy for now
    I wish they did the ss as frame only. Out of interest what size is it and how tall are you? I'm cosidering one but at 5'10" can't decide between 17.5 or 19".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink View Post
    I wish they did the ss as frame only. Out of interest what size is it and how tall are you? I'm cosidering one but at 5'10" can't decide between 17.5 or 19".
    do they not? the adventure is definitely available as frame + fork only - I got one! The only difference between the 2 is the colour (admittedly the SS does look awesome in all black!) and the adventure has bosses for all sorts plus hub gear cable routing. I chose the adventure to keep future build options open. Anyway - am 6ft2 and went with the 20.5". I had a stockist (evans) order me in complete bikes with the 19" and 20.5" frame for me to test ride. I was really surprised that the 20.5 won as the top tubes are pretty long and the 19" was closer to my 19.5" 26er. Just goes to show, best to sit on it first.

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    happy with my spesh rockhopper SL SS (21") build, got the frame off CL for $150 then snowballed into this budget racer build. Still came out cheaper then the new Carve SS but with better parts hanging on it.

    Niner CF Fork
    Shimano SLX M660 crankset, geared 32x22
    Shimano XT BB
    Newly release CrankBros DH Mallets
    Niner RDO Carbon flat top handlebars, 710mm wide
    Niner Alum stem 90mm
    Easton Haven Carbon seatpost
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    Sram 8spd chain
    PP CNC 22t rear cog
    Shimano XT 29er front wheel w/ Kenda 2.2 nevengal tubeless setup
    Stans Arch rim on C'dale Fire SS hub, 32points of engagment w/ Kenda 2.2 nevengal tubeless setup
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    29/27.5er

    I like it a lot.

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    Here is my -13 unit. Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-p4pb9265674.jpg
    And some (bad) video footage: Winter trails Video - Pinkbike

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    Quote Originally Posted by blong View Post
    29/27.5er

    I like it a lot.

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    What fork is that, please.
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    Big fan of the B-Side!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus View Post
    What fork is that, please.
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    Enjoy seeing every ones' sweet rides. Just ordered a 2013 Monocog Flight. It'll be my second single speed and first rigid. Options for single speeds are becoming fewer. Glad to see people rocking them!

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    I'm running my Kona Unit SS, but I got the derailleur hanger dropout for the drive side if I decide to add gears later. 2 bikes in 1. A lot of companies are giving that option, although a I admit a dedicated SS frame always looks so much cleaner.

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    Air9C internal routing and convertible from SS to geared.
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    True, plus it has the eccentric BB so the rear triangle is super clean. I do love my steel though.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Niner EMD

    Not SS specific, but I think it looks pretty clean.
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    here is a pic of mine from todays ride. motobecane outcast 29 (obsolete) over 3 years old. Put up wet quite a few times; holding up great.Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-130322_002.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by J3SSEB View Post
    Not SS specific, but I think it looks pretty clean.
    Yeah, the EBB lets Niner use those nice minimalist dropouts. It's nice to have the option to go geared too. Met someone on the trail that had a custom frame, no gear cable stops. He said he has been riding it geared most of the time recently and has to use zip ties.

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    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-preride1.jpgPost pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-preride2.jpg

    Not a trailer queen. Just glad I don't have any derailleurs or linkages to clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerw View Post
    here is a pic of mine from todays ride. motobecane outcast 29 (obsolete) over 3 years old. Put up wet quite a few times; holding up great.Click image for larger version. 

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    Nice looking rock trail

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