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    Post pictures of your titanium frames with rigid forks!

    Have a Selma on the way from Hammerheadbikes.com - Your 29er Source and am thinking of going with a Niner RDO 15mm rigid fork or a Whiskey Parts Co monocoque fork in matte paint.

    I'm trying to get an idea of which way to go, nude Niner, moondust Niner, throw down for a Black Sheep fancy smancy multi-tubed rigid fork, etc. etc.

    So, please post pictures of your titanium 29ers with rigid forks! This should be the sexiest post on MTBR.
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    In 29er mode



    In Fat mode



    Both using Carver Ti forks.
    Let the market decide!

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    You asked for it:


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    Custom Independent Fabrications Ti Deluxe
    Carbon Niner Air 9 SS/rigid
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    My Singular Pegasus fits the bill, so I'll play,











    The rear brake hose needs shortening, I know, but I'm all out of olives,

    Enjoy!!
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    The Singular's lines are so clean, love it.

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    The only ti frame....

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenz43 View Post
    My Singular Pegasus fits the bill, so I'll play,











    The rear brake hose needs shortening, I know, but I'm all out of olives,

    Enjoy!!
    that makes me drool. Soooooo smooooove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenz43 View Post
    My Singular Pegasus fits the bill, so I'll play,


    The rear brake hose needs shortening, I know, but I'm all out of olives,

    Enjoy!!
    Is their anything on that bike that came out of China? Pedals and maybe something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by customfab View Post
    Is their anything on that bike that came out of China? Pedals and maybe something else?
    Salsa forks from Taiwan?

    Here is mine...spooky, I also have a Lenz...2 actually.
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    Since when does Italy...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenz43 View Post
    My Singular Pegasus fits the bill, so I'll play,

    The rear brake hose needs shortening, I know, but I'm all out of olives,

    Enjoy!!
    Weird, An Italian made frame with Italian brakes and you are out of olives? What next, tell us you are out of oil?

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    Here's mine:

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    Rigid Ti - Blacksheep

    My Black Sheep. One glamor shot and one on a bike camping trip...

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    MC's old bike?

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    My Black Sheep. One glamor shot and one on a bike camping trip...

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    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Mine with de-decaled Niner fork


    Pegasus front by Singular Cycles, on Flickr
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    I had this. Rigid fork didn't last long, not for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    Mine with de-decaled Niner fork


    Pegasus front by Singular Cycles, on Flickr

    WOW that bike is nice and clean !

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    My Lynskey
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    Here is mine
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    Mine with de-decaled Niner fork
    Nice! Did the Niner fork come without decals or did you 'de-cal' them yourself (if so how did you do it)? Thanks...

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    Jeff - heavily inspired by MCs old bike. Nice eye.

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    Let us in on your secret, how does one be allowed to set up his work stand in the living room? Ya are the man!

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    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | ssoft | flickr

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    Somewhat old school and set up for winter asphalt trails. I prefer the smooth lines of this type of fork over the crowns of the carbon forks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barsabarsabarsa View Post
    Nice! Did the Niner fork come without decals or did you 'de-cal' them yourself (if so how did you do it)? Thanks...
    I did it myself, just rubbed back with increasingly fine wet and dry sandpaper (wet sanded the whole way). IIRC started with 400, 800, 1200, then finished with 2000. The clearcoat is quite thick, did the decal areas only. Just need to make sure you don't go right through the clearcoat and on to bare carbon. Then did a final polish with some T-Cut and by that point they were looking pretty good. However I put a couple of coats of clear over the top just to get them looking even. Ultimately I then masked and painted them in another colour so that they now look like this:


    Tai Pegasus by Singular Cycles, on Flickr
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    Love those Pegasus. I was working on putting in an order last time, however they fell just outside my budget.

    Here's my 2011 Lynskey Pro29er SL (XL). Love the way it rides, no regrets.
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    thanks... looks cool in team colours too!

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    Feel lame for posting this because I don't own it anymore...It was a great bike.


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    nice^ very nice. as a blacksmith I just can't help but love the twist on those.
    Keep trying to do the awesomest thing you've ever done.

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    yes! Is that the Whisky fork? How do you like the less than 45 rake?
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    IS that the new one Jon? Looks nice! Surprised the brake mount is not on the chainstay with the seatstays curved like that. Is Sean preparing to drill some holes in it to save a bit more weight? ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
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    sam: brake mount on the slider....the curves are aesthetic in this instance :-)~

    fork is a niner with tapered steerer, painted by the folks at Coat.

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    Doesn't have the aero bars on it and is SS at the moment.
    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thElement View Post


    Doesn't have the aero bars on it and is SS at the moment.
    Did you get this from Lynskey's loft?

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    My Sheep.
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    How about a rigid frame with a Ti fork?
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    Just finished the build today, so I can finally throw mine in the mix! Beautiful bikes in this thread!
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    I really like the 2 Potts' designed around non suspension corrected forks, it looks right and has to be better.

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    Can we get a side view please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howley View Post
    Can we get a side view please?
    OK Mr. Parson, only for you. Sorry but the Ti fork fell off in a moment of weakness for extra cash. Replaced with another fork I had in the pile at the time of these pix. But you may notice the upgrade to a real stem, which is Ti.

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    and rear view

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    Sports a type II today however and is still my main squeeze.
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    Two different Potts in the same page!

    tburger, I like your fork

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    Quote Originally Posted by coryell View Post
    Did you get this from Lynskey's loft?
    Rolling on 29", 650b, 8.3" and 23mm

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    How is this set up in the trails? I'm thinking of changing things a bit. My bike Moto Fly Team Ti 29er with REBA RL 100mm. XC rider.

    Would it make a big difference if I swap the Nobby Nics for the slightly wider Hans Dampf? (2.35vs2.4)

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    I swapped my old On-One Inbred fork onto my El Mariachi. So far I really like it.



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    ... and if we just ...

    This is first and foremost a fat bike, but my Vertigo has dressed up as a 29er before. It has a Black Sheep Faith fork, and I now use a Seven bar instead of the Jones Loop.

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    My Kish

    An MX, but nevertheless...

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    Love that Kish ^ !

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    My race bike: 2010 Pro29 SL Lynskey at 19.5lbs.
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