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    Looks like a Specialized. Rockhopper/Stumpjumper.

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    rockhopper expert ss
    here's what it looks like in real life.


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    Finally! I finally get to post on this thread. After lurking and drooling over some of these bikes I finally have 2-9er of my own; and it's rigid too. Here name is Maddison "Maddy".
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    On-One Inbred

    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-img_4027.jpg

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    Raleigh XXIX been riding for 6 weeks really enjoy this ride

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    iro model 19. just got it finished and went for the first ride today



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    Some more monkey love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocampbe
    I really want to see those beauties. Bring on the bike pron.
    Air9 Carbon, size L.
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    Damn, that Niner be awesome! [bar those funky coloured grips...]

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    Now. That. Is. Tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2melow
    Air9 Carbon, size L.

    Damn Brett, that is very sexy

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    love that niner-sexy fork looks even better with int headtube lines

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    THe Mo0seMobilE

    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er-june-10-001-2-.jpg

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    I like it.. a lot.
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    SE Stout 29er

    I kind of don't feel worthy but here you go...I have only been riding it for about 2 weeks...needs a new seat...and maybe an adjustable stem to get better rider geo but I am happy with it. I intend on using it for the first year just as city cruiser until I can get disc brakes and eventually a multi gear set up. I was really surprised how similar it was to the Redline Monocog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedsA29er
    until I can get disc brakes and eventually a multi gear set up. I was really surprised how similar it was to the Redline Monocog.

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    Well when he does make it a multi-speed bike that disqualifies the bike to be in this thread!
    Annie are you ok? Are you ok, Annie?

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    [SELF RIGHTEOUS]To even consider running more than one gear is heresy and all perpetrators shall therefore be cast out from this thread with nary a "by your leave"[/SELF RIGHTEOUS]

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    Hey yous guys...its still an SS...FOR NOW!

    Muuuhahahaha....

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    Don't knock it...

    @NeedsA29er- Don't just relegate that Stout to townie use just yet. You'd be surprised at how much you might like it in the dirt. V-brakes are plenty unless you have loooong downs, and you'll be able to ride more than you think if you give it some trail time!

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    I so need a 29'er... I feel inadequate with 26 inchers... (

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2melow
    Air9 Carbon, size L.
    Brett your bike is nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by applemacintoshuser
    I so need a 29'er... I feel inadequate with 26 inchers... (
    Is this one of those "trying to compensate situations"? haha I'm just kidding Yes you DO need a 2-9er, you'd be surprised what those things can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sslos
    @NeedsA29er- Don't just relegate that Stout to townie use just yet. You'd be surprised at how much you might like it in the dirt. V-brakes are plenty unless you have loooong downs, and you'll be able to ride more than you think if you give it some trail time!

    Los

    I hope to some time soon but I barely got my road legs about me right now! I need some time to build up leg strength and decrease fatigue. I haven't ridden much in the recent years and I realize how stupid it was to go so long and not ride. I have little stamina for a bike ride that is too long...especially on a 29er SS. I need to get more short trips under my belt before I start tackling some dirt trails! I would also like discs for that purpose as well. The last time I took a bike thru the woods...the V Brakes got wet and I ended up in a river!!! Not kidding. You know when those V Brakes get wet they don't like to stop too good!

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