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    [QUOTE=Solo Bellimino;9999246]
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    Got the new Airborne full-suspension 29er - Hobgoblin, out in to the New Mexico landscape for a few pics:

    Really nice looking bike, I wonder how durable the frame is.
    Me too , guess I'll find out. Tubing is pretty beefy/large diameter front and back triangles - surprisingly so actually. Is there a reason it should be any less durable than ???
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    [QUOTE=jhazard;9999547]
    Quote Originally Posted by Solo Bellimino View Post

    Me too , guess I'll find out. Tubing is pretty beefy/large diameter front and back triangles - surprisingly so actually. Is there a reason it should be any less durable than ???
    I question durability, because it looks the business for an XC frame. It looks tough, I am just hoping it is not just for show.
    But you can probably answer a question for me.
    What are the max tire and rotor size than can be fitted in that rear triangle?
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    Just got my 2012 Scott Scale 29 Team the other day. Put it together (was mostly done for me) and took it for a ride


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    [QUOTE=Solo Bellimino;9999690]
    Quote Originally Posted by jhazard View Post

    I question durability, because it looks the business for an XC frame. It looks tough, I am just hoping it is not just for show.
    But you can probably answer a question for me.
    What are the tire and rotor size than can be fitted in that rear triangle?
    Its the biz for sure, haha. I've got 2.2s in the rear triangle now, and I'm sure I could put 2.3s in there, but it will be a close fit - if the wheel went out of true slightly it would probably rub with the larger size. There's definitely space to fit a 180 rotor in there, I doubt a 203 would cause any issue either.

    I'm going to run it "as is" for a little while, but I have a 140mm fork to throw on it, my plan is to make it more an am than xc bike. We'll see how the rear linkage holds...
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    [QUOTE=aohammer;9999314]

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    aohammer, what a BIG upgrade!! Your bike just become 3x better and beautifull!

    congrats!

    Think about change your tires, it's about 500-550g right? The same weight of a 2.2 conti x-king racesport (real tires)... If you dont need tread, use some Bontrager 29-0 or Furious fred 400-360g

    regards from Brazil

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    A few more of my new yelli:



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    New build Intense Hard Eddie Carbon 29er Hardtail

    I sparred no expense on this one
    2012 Intense Hard Eddie 20.14 lbs
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    Formula 180 front/160 rear rotors
    2013 Specialized Rockshox SID WC XX w/brain carbon fork tubes/carbon steerer crown
    2013 Roval carbon 29er wheelset
    Thomson masterpiece zero setback seatpost
    Specialized Phenom mPro Saddle carbon rails
    Specialized S-Works Fast Trak 2Bliss 29 tires
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    weight?

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    My Scott Scale Elite 29er Hardtail.
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    20.14lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebeard View Post
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    Very very nice

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    my brezer lightning full rigid, with kibikes with titanium spokes, great ride...
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    bluebeard, best bike ever - only seatpost and saddle aren't in my cup of tea. Maybe shitmano also.

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    Pics of my 2012 Satori. Haven't ridden it yet, except around the city a bit...I'm a huge fair weather rider.

    Weighs 29.5 pounds as it sits. Size large 2012 Kona Satori frame, Fox 34 @ 140mm up front, HBC 29 tooth x 11/36 1x10, SLX brakes, WTBi23 wheels to Chris Kings, Conti 29x2.4 Mountain King v2.0, Thomson post and 90mm stem, Salsa bars soon to be replaced by my Whisky bars that are on my Raijin which is now in pieces.
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    Wow, surprised to see very few Specialized bikes...Many of these I have never heard of. Interesting...

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    Here's my 2012 Rumblefish Elite I was sold on the DRCV technology front and rear, ABP and thru axles at both ends. Frame is burly too. Once I put on a carbon flat bar, ergon grips with small bar ends, Purgatory 2.4 front Captain 2.2 rear it started feeling like mine. Front for seems a litle wimpy. Lusting for a Fox 34 140mm or X-Fusion equivalent.
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    2012 Tomac Flint 29er 26lb.


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    Here's my Scott Scale 960. Plan to keep it stock for quite a while. Great machine!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madurochris View Post
    Here's my Scott Scale 960. Plan to keep it stock for quite a while. Great machine!

    Very nice, almost got that same exact bike..... Keep us informed on how it does for ya, and enjoy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinkWVUin FL View Post
    Very nice, almost got that same exact bike..... Keep us informed on how it does for ya, and enjoy it!
    Thanks! Took it out on its maiden voyage a week before Christmas when the weather was an almost perfect 55 degrees. The bike exceeded my expectations, especially on the climbs. Unfortunately the weather has been sub-freezing ever since, and we received a nice new snowfall to boot. The forecast calls for more cold weather for a while... grrr! Compared to the GF Wahoo I was using before, this bike feels much more nimble, shifting is excellent, hydrolic discs are awesome, and the solo air fork is so much better (even if it's a low-end-ish fork)! I did notice that the front end is much lighter, especially on climbs. Not sure if that's because the fork is lighter than the Suntour on the GF or if my position on the bike is different. Lifting the front end over rocks and roots on climbs is a piece of cake and for me that's really a big bonus!

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    AMAZING RIGS!!!! Thank you to all for sharing!

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    chinese carbon frame + rims, 240s hubs, fox, crank bros 11, sram (x5+x9 temporarily, later xx1), brakeforceone, straightline flats, and the awesome garmin thing
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    Now that my niner has some miles under it (~200 now), I figured I'd re-visit with some pics
    Of these miles, only about 6 have been on cement, which means most of them have been pretty dusty. Only broken part so far is the fork lockout remote on the handlebar, which I just broke today.






    And when I had just finished building it:
    Mountain bike with 15k miles, Road bike with 10k miles, breaking in my 29er by riding the entire AZ Trail

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    Just picked up my warrantied frame from the shop they built it up for free! Have to make a few changes like the seat and the handlebars will be lower. Saved me the hassle of looking for a new race frame for next year.

    I want to get my hands now on a Vanna White Niner RDO fork.
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