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    Quote Originally Posted by knottshore
    It has to be the mini van oozing dork - as a 29er SS is all good-
    Hahaha, you got me there.

    But there is nothing easier for transporting my bike!

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    My Selma w/new El Mariachi fork.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wish I Were Riding
    Hahaha, you got me there.

    But there is nothing easier for transporting my bike!
    I feel you- I think my wagon is cool $h!t... great for hauling bikes and gear... but most peole I work with are not quite on the same page
    oh well!
    I Just wish I could ride more!


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    2007 Haro Mary SS


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    I'll play

    My Indy Fab Steel Deluxe 29er SS (current weight around 22lbs)<br>
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    The Selma above is my current bike but for the sake of the thread here are 2 of my SS's from last year.




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    Here's mine

    This is my first 29er and I think I didn't hold back, Maybe a little.
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    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock
    This is my first 29er and I think I didn't hold back, Maybe a little.
    HOLY SHEEEEET!

    i thought i had a nice bike (knew i wasnt going to win any weight weenie contest) but damn dude, way to take it to a whole new level!

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    My First 29er, just finished it.
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    Thanks Man. I knew it was going to be light just because of the parts I wanted to ride but I was suprised. I guess since it's SO close to sub 14lbs I should get some Scrub rotors Huh? ;-)
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock
    Thanks Man. I knew it was going to be light just because of the parts I wanted to ride but I was suprised. I guess since it's SO close to sub 14lbs I should get some Scrub rotors Huh? ;-)
    You could probably lose those last 30 grams by trimming your brake hoses. Nice ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEtheDOG
    You could probably lose those last 30 grams by trimming your brake hoses. Nice ride.
    Sand off the paint and take off the grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock
    Thanks Man. I knew it was going to be light just because of the parts I wanted to ride but I was suprised. I guess since it's SO close to sub 14lbs I should get some Scrub rotors Huh? ;-)
    A true weight weenie build isn't weighed with pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock
    This is my first 29er and I think I didn't hold back, Maybe a little.
    Where do you ride that thing? What kinda gearing is that? Talk bout spinning!

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    Here is the latest setup for my Jabberwocky


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    Custom belt SS

    Here is my freshly rebuilt Fuji tahoe pro 29er with my custom belt drive conversion. I machined a 6061 aluminum coupler, split the frame, welded it in, reheat treated the frame, and powdercoated it. 21 lbs with crappy wheelset, new wheels should shave almost 2lbs off.

    08 Fuji Tahoe 29er pro frame with custom 6061 splice for belt install, powdercoated white
    Nuke proof Carbon rigid fork
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    ESI grips
    Avid Juicy 5 brakes with 160mm rotors
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    FSA carbon seatpost
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    Crankbrothers mallett pedals
    Gates 46/24 cogs, 118T belt
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    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-24072010013.jpg

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    Here she is:
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    Quote Originally Posted by E !
    Had to get me a inexpensive all around bike. I now get to ride singletrack to work,sweet!
    Nice ride......... but not rigid and not SS.
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    ooops

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLightGo
    Nice ride......... but not rigid and not SS.
    wrong thread,doh!

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    C'mon man, that's not an SS mtb...& not even rigid!

    Well, since you're a mod & it's a nice bike, i'll let it slide.

    By the way...singletrack going to work? That's cool!

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    Dang, GLG beat me to it!

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    sorry guys

    I'm on a few beers and 2 shots of Jack. Had the wrong browser window open-BAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by E !
    I'm on a few beers and 2 shots of Jack. Had the wrong browser window open-BAH!
    Definite SS/rigid concoction though.
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost27
    Here she is:
    Beautiful bike! What stood out most to me is the color coordination. Not something you see everyday. good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nordstern1
    Beautiful bike! What stood out most to me is the color coordination. Not something you see everyday. good job!
    Thanks man! Lots of time, thought, and effort went into it.

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    Here is my Jamis Exile SS...
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    Good job! metrotuned full rigid ss 29er



    above: metrotuned cocaine white full rigid ss 29er

    The XXIX was fun and rode superbly with the 420 a-to-c non-suspension corrected (a 26" 80mm fork) carbon fiber magnesium fork (Pace RC31). It was a huge improvement over the factory unicrown rigid steel fork and a welcome improvement in climbing and agility versus the 80mm Fox F29 RLC.
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    IRO Model 19
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    Inbred

    On-one Inbred (Ti Lynskey)
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    My first 29er: Karate Monkey




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    Simple, Understated, and Awesome!!
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    Some upgrade on my One9

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    Rebuilt on Saturday with parts I had in the garage. I knew there was a reason I didn't want to part with the 'cog:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_in_Jersey
    which handlebar is this?
    (something like "fo-bar" - cannot read it excactly...)

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    Fully rigid?


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    You know, as opposed to partially rigid ;-)
    "You can't discern by calculating in your mind how it will work. You have to feel how it rides differently to understand."

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    Damn guys...you got me rethinking going rigid. My first mountain bike, though it was a 26er, was a 1995 Trek 7000. I rode rigid for 8 yrs and had no problem with it. I think I may have to go at it again....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ///MikeD
    Damn guys...you got me rethinking going rigid. My first mountain bike, though it was a 26er, was a 1995 Trek 7000. I rode rigid for 8 yrs and had no problem with it. I think I may have to go at it again....
    I did the same thing in the early 90"s rigid 26er, I swore I would never go back especially after they did away with elastomer forks and moved to air.

    A 29er with some high volume tubeless tires makes a huge difference. I am 18 years older now and I ride more gnarly trials and I dont feel nearly as beat up as I did back then after a ride.

    Go for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by collideous
    Fully rigid?

    WOW.

    What is the weight on that bike? Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMCCRNA
    I did the same thing in the early 90"s rigid 26er, I swore I would never go back especially after they did away with elastomer forks and moved to air.

    A 29er with some high volume tubeless tires makes a huge difference. I am 18 years older now and I ride more gnarly trials and I dont feel nearly as beat up as I did back then after a ride.

    Go for it!

    joe

    Yeah, i'm looking at a Redline Monocog Flight 29er or Surly Karate Monkey right now. They get great reviews and won't break the bank.
    But I do hear you on the larger tires.

    BTW, who has the best prices??

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    Rigid steel & gears to climb the Rocky Mountains- 1 medium, 1 small.


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    Here's my beater, as seen elsewhere. Motobecane with OEM headset, cranks, b/b, and wheels- everything else has been upgraded from the parts pile. About 24 pounds. I use it for street thrashing and the occasional dirt jump or beer run. \m/ \m/


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    Quote Originally Posted by BottomBraket
    Rigid steel & gears to climb the Rocky Mountains- 1 medium, 1 small.
    SS for the win ... even in the rockies, and certainly on this thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjenkins@
    SS for the win ... even in the rockies, and certainly on this thread!
    Thank you, but not with these knees.

    Oh, sorry, I missed the SS in the thread title.

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    Jabber

    New Jabber. Posted in the Vassago thread also but I can't live without a few double posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ///MikeD
    Yeah, i'm looking at a Redline Monocog Flight 29er or Surly Karate Monkey right now. They get great reviews and won't break the bank.
    But I do hear you on the larger tires.

    BTW, who has the best prices??
    I've had both the Flight and KM (still do in fact). Both great rides - can't go wrong either way. Outdoor Outfitters does pricematch and they were great to deal with when I got my KM.
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    my WW. finally got around to weighing it: 22.1 lbs.


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    Fully rigid: Check!
    29er wheels: Check!
    single speed: Check (for now).


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