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    bad pic

    bad pic .... wife dropped the good camera in her drink Halloween night. Tired of waiting for better pics so here is a crappy one.

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    wow...another khs....

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    I'll play.... Lynskey Custom (identical to Pro 29) small. It'll be going to the chopping block soon to make room for something steel.
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    You're selling a Ti custom to buy steel???

    Whats the reasoning there, you just like more give?

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    You like running the red cables eh? Do you have more info on the OX? I am intrigued but can't find anything through google...
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    Quote Originally Posted by big_slacker
    You're selling a Ti custom to buy steel???

    Whats the reasoning there, you just like more give?
    I know, right? There's just something about a steel bike... I'm not elloquent enough to put it to words. I always do this though. In the early 90's I unloaded a Yo Eddy so I could get an Obed... then in the mid/late 90's got rid of a nice steel Stumpjumper so I could get a King Kahuna Ti.... a couple of years ago I got rid of my SIR 9 for an Optimus.... now I have the Lynskey and have no clue what's next.... maybe full circle and pick up an IF.... who knows.

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    2009 Kona Big Kahuna
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    My new xc race rig, it is somehwere around 21.7lbs right now, lots of things will be swapped out to make it lighter for next season. Havent got to ride it much since I won't take it through snow and the weather turned bad a day before I was going to ride it on the trails. But from riding around the neighborhood as my first 29er, I'm pretty impresses, it flies.
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    Gary Fisher Rig, now upgraded with Avid Elixir 5s:


    full custom Naked, based loosely on the GF geometry but tweaked front end for tighter handling. super gorgeous bike in person. Sam Whittingham is a magician. upgrade plans include maybe SRAM XX and a set of Stans 355 rims on Hope 2 hubs or DT 240s. aiming to get the weight down into the 22lb range:

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    2009 Kona Big Kahuna
    Nice, what size is that one?

    Can't wait until I finally get my Kahuna.

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    Sweet bike? What is the TT material, looks like a granite counter top towards the ST!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baycat
    Sweet bike? What is the TT material, looks like a granite counter top towards the ST!
    it's kinda a smokey, jackpine shadow effect. very subtle, very nice.


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    Here is my Tallboy:




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    Wheelset

    what is the wheelset on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R+P+K
    Nice, what size is that one?

    Can't wait until I finally get my Kahuna.
    It's an 18" and it rides awesome. Couldn't be happier. Rails corners great. You'll love it.

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    2010 GF Hifi Plus
    2010 GF Rig SS
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    James, that is an AWESOME combo! I did a GF demo day last summer and they are making some really good bikes. (I rode a roscoe and a superfly)

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    hey james! sweet ss ride, especially the whiteness. very euro. quick questions - did you upgrade your Rig to hydraulics? and what gearing are you running in the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacques_anquetil
    hey james! sweet ss ride, especially the whiteness. very euro. quick questions - did you upgrade your Rig to hydraulics? and what gearing are you running in the back?
    Thanks! It came with mechanicals but I pulled the hydraulics off my Hifi and put them on my SS and put XT's on my Hifi. Right now I'm running 32-20

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    Quote Originally Posted by big_slacker
    James, that is an AWESOME combo! I did a GF demo day last summer and they are making some really good bikes. (I rode a roscoe and a superfly)
    I demo'd a number of 29er and for my budget it was between the Epic 29er and the Hifi...Iíve been very happy with my decision.

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    Here's mine
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    here my newbie

    Upgrade progessiveing being added on days off.
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    29er you just know when ur ready!!!!

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    1 out of 2 in Italy

    with a few upgrades, FifteenG with 21t, xtr cassette, Syntace handlebar, XO rear derailleur.......
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    My 29er RIP 9... 9 Niner RIP 9 pictures for 2009... Go Niner!!!


















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    My first 29er.
    23.4lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbox
    It's an 18" and it rides awesome. Couldn't be happier. Rails corners great. You'll love it.
    Any idea how much it weighs stock?

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    My SIR9. Soon to be a 9-spd with a Mintue fork. Just waiting on a new front swheel from Mikesee.
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    Nice!. They used lots of carbons to make that frame )

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    Hi guys!
    an other 29er from Spain
    This is my new XC weapon for next season
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    my new teambike 2010...thanks to www.bikepoint.be


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    Quote Originally Posted by stijnie
    my new teambike 2010...thanks to www.bikepoint.be

    very well executed - looks like it'll be a XC rocket!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLightGo
    very well executed - looks like it'll be a XC rocket!
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    If I had a black light this place would look like a Jackson Pollock painting.

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    Sexxxxxyyy

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    Updated photo:
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    Quote Originally Posted by stijnie
    my new teambike 2010...thanks to www.bikepoint.be

    Great looking machine!!! Is it medium? Weight?

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    Alone on northern NJ singletrack

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    My new 29er to suppliment my full suspension diet.

    Pretty stock 2007 Kona Unit SS rigid (bought on ebay). This is my first experience with 29ers and my first rigid bike in about 13 years. Only been on a couple of rides but I am impressed how well it rolls. I noticed the lack of gears and suspension more than the 29inch wheels though.

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    I like it!

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    My Waltworks SS 29r

    My 29r is a Singlespeed. I've been wanting to build up an FS 29r for a couple years, but I have not managed to ride enough to wear out the perfectly good 26" FS bike I have.

    This one is a Waltworks SS 29r, built just for me. It's extra burly, Walt built it to last 30 years under my big carcass. I built it up with a really nice parts spec and it hasn't let me down yet.
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    His & Hers SS 29ers

    Best Christmas gift EVER. Niner One 9 - My First 29er and First SS.

    His & Hers SS 29ers = **** Hottt!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmtb
    My 29er

    Very nice. Here's mine:

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    That is a SLICK bike.

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    Where did you get those wheels? I like those Blue Hadleys. I want, I want.

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    I damn near bought one the day I bought my Specialized. The LBS didnt have a Jamis 29er in the size I wanted

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    Titus Fireline Exo

    My first big wheels. Definately not the last









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    WW 29er

    Waltworks FS 29er, 4 inches of travel. Very pleased with it.
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    Here is my Ferrous feeling the cold.


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    Quote Originally Posted by onixbonilla
    Great looking machine!!! Is it medium? Weight?
    my bike on the scale!




    9.88kg

    cockpit...

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