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    2011 Gary Fisher Rumblefish 1

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    Re: Post Pictures of your 29er

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    Quote Originally Posted by J3SSEB View Post
    I really like this bike. What is it?
    It's a Transition Bandit 29. There's a thread about it in the Transition brand forum. Loving the bike!

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    08 turner sultan

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    Just brought her (Epic) home from the bike shop. Didnt realize my LBS left the reflectors on until I looked at this pic! Love the ride so far.
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    Love the Epic!

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    Post Pictures of your 29er

    my new Waltworks!

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    Here is my new/old Superfly build, and my Xcal that I recently converted to SS and loving it. Now looking to trade my Remedy 650B for a Superfly SS Luvin Luvin Luvin SS..
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    My first 29er steed.
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    Santa Cruz Superlight

    My 2012 Superlight 29

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    Very nice.
    Ride like you stole it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfrommelt View Post
    Just brought her (Epic) home from the bike shop. Didnt realize my LBS left the reflectors on until I looked at this pic! Love the ride so far.
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    Great looking rig.

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    Surly Krampus fresh from powder coat

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    Specialized...

    Nice Krampus btw.
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    Love the 29er's!!

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    '12 talon 1 (nothing stock)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishwrinkle View Post
    '12 talon 1 (nothing stock)
    Is that a bell on your handlebars!

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    oh for sure, gets the peds outta the way. i can blast my headphones and ring that ***** like crazy and not have to say a damn thing. my niece and nephew picked it out, they're 4 & 2, lol.

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    My Lynskey Ridgeline...

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    Quote Originally Posted by minh View Post
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    Nice looking Waltworks. Is that a bent seat tube? If it is, how short was Walt able to get the chainstays?
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    Singular Swift SS and Lenz Leviathan 4.0
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    I'm really liking this '09 Raleigh XXIX+G, I can ride all the same stuff as on my Remedy. Not as fast, but just as fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaskar24 View Post
    Nice looking Waltworks. Is that a bent seat tube? If it is, how short was Walt able to get the chainstays?
    yep, bent seat tube. 410mm with the sliders slammed.

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    works for me. really wish the coating (whatever it is) wasn't so scratch prone.

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    New Build! Fuji Pro SS Rigid 29er

    Hi Everyone, Im a new member but I wanted to drop by since these forums were invaluable in planning/executing my most recent build! Let me know what you think!! This was a 100% ebay/craigslist project and it was a blast!

    Fuji Tahoe Pro 29er
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    Grips are in the mail, pedals were just for test ride :-). Also, I was told the Thomson gold dress up kit was guaranteed to make me climb better, descend faster and make me irresistible to Jessica Biel if I ever came across her on the trail. Fingers crossed!! ;-)

    23.4 lbs, and the only LBS work was facing the BB shell for the GXP. Im taking it up to the woods tomorrow and will have an update soon. Thanks for looking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by banksd1983 View Post



    works for me. really wish the coating (whatever it is) wasn't so scratch prone.
    Is that a Tallboy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minh View Post
    yep, bent seat tube. 410mm with the sliders slammed.
    Nice and short stays. How are you liking it so far?
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    Far from stock 2012 Fuji Tahoe 1.0

    Mostly XTR comes in at twenty five lbs... 19" frame
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Independent Fabrication Steel Deluxe 29, first ride on it tonight and very happy.... very fast.

    Still have to swap the seatpost for a Syntace hiflex when it arrives and change the grey gear cable outter to black.

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    Beautiful bike. Would you have a build list for it anywhere?

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    Love everything on your IF except for the pedals, but that's only me hating such anorectic spd's.

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    Ahhh! Left handed rear brake on the Indy Fab. I couldn't do that.
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    It must be a country thing, I don't know anyone who doesn't have left-rear/right-front. Look back a few post to #2574... another Australian bike.

    There's nothing anorectic about the pedals, I ride them on every bike, standard sized TIME atac carbon pedals. I dont see the point in big surrounds when riding stiff soles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSteep View Post
    Beautiful bike. Would you have a build list for it anywhere?
    Independent Fabrication deluxe 29 (custom geometry copy of Niners MCR9 Medium)
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    The left rear brake is a motorcycle thing. Motorcycles have the right brake on the front wheel and since most are right handed, that is actually a better arrangement. Sheldon Brown even discusses this change on his website. I rode motorcycles for many years before mountain bikes and I frequently consider changing my brakes on my MTB's. Since all my brakes are AVID it would be a non-issue to change. I don't have motorcycles anymore, but I spent the first year of mountain biking quietly saying to myself "right rear".
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    Right front / left rear is known as moto style or Euro style.

    Back in the 1960s when I was beginning racing and got my first pro bike (full Campy!) I remember reading all the racing books we could get our hands on. The suggestion I followed was that in a fast rain slicked downhill (pavement, and Europe was the race scene then), your dominant hand should control the front brake so you could apply maximum brake force, yet not lock the wheel and loose control. Oops, dang, slide, pavement rash = bad.

    So, being right handed, that is hand from my front brake. When I got my first MTB in 1979, I quickly learned that advice was sound on dirt as well. So now, I am "moto" or "euro" in the USA, but the logic is still sound. I doubt most riders in the USA are left handed.
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    Spring is HERE!! It's on!!

    get a whole season in on my new Superfly Elite (with slack angles!!)----AND IN Southeast Pa. with the rockiest/rootiest trails in the Country (Michaux, French Creek, Rocky Ridge, The WISS)--you need the slack angles here!! 69/72.5 now--Not the 71/74 Stand up posture I had on my old Paragon!!!

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    You dont need slack you need a droper. I love the 72 HA on my on one. Steering is nice and quick. If i need to hit a roller i just drop the seat and lean back. One of the best parts about a 29er is that you can have steep HA without going OTB.

    I understand its all prefernce and if you like slack then god bless you. To each thier own.

    Ive never ridden seen or heard about your trails. To say you need a slack head angle is wrong. To call 69° slack is doubly wrong.
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    great bike ozzy, congrats
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    looky what the brown santa just dropped off :)

    2013 BMC fourstroke FS01 XTR.

    hopefully the snow melts soon so I can take it for a ride!

    i'll post up a review in a few weeks time once I get some miles on it.

    It was either this, or the niner jet 9 RDO. But I fell in love w/ the BMC.

    Weight w/o pedals is 22.8lbs (i converted the ounces) for a LARGE frame--well below what i've seen posted for the medium frame. With XTR race pedals, i'm expecting the weight to be around 23.47lbs.

    This is running the race kings tubeless using stan's sealant.
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    Lazybird, exactly which model F29 is that, carbon or AL, which series? Is it a 2013? That's first blue one I've seen.

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    works for me. really wish the coating (whatever it is) wasn't so scratch prone.
    how did you stand/hold the bike up for the photo?

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    My "new" Paradox

    Picked up a used V1 Paradox frame for a screaming deal and went fairly nuts building it over the past week or so. First ride was today. I dig it so far, light and quick handling when climbing or singletrack, then turns into a fire breathing monster DH. Even rides pretty good, which I didn't expect. Neat bike!
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    1x10: XT cassette 11-36 and derailleur (GS cage), SLX crank and shifter, Blackspire Mono with BBG bash, and SRAM 1091 chain.
    XT brakes with rt-86 rotors, 180/160.
    Manitou Tower Pro, 120 mm 15mm axle. Impressive so far. Ridden Foxes and Rebas. Like the bike, it seems to get better as you go faster. Or maybe that's why the bike feels that way? Hmm.
    Stan's Arch's, Geax aka rear and an old Purgatory I had around up front.
    Cane creek head, 80mm stem, syncros Bulk bar till my Loaded hits. 710mm either way.
    Seat and post robbed from another bike for now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Epic_Dude View Post
    Lazybird, exactly which model F29 is that, carbon or AL, which series? Is it a 2013? That's first blue one I've seen.
    I believe that's a trail sl2

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    I love her!

    My Tallboy. Ive added a little more travel in the front for her, some of the trails here in texas can be mean.

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    This was the day i got here out of the shop after getting new wheels, rubber and fork.

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    Loving the Kona Hei Hei with REBA RLT fork


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    My first 29er - Grand Canyon Al 7.9. Rides great.
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