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    riding a xxl santa cruz tallboy ltc
    love it

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    got to ride s-works camber today ^^

    man was it nice!!

    only bug-bare was the internally routed dropper seat post... it was a little finicky i.e. kept slipping down.

    Tried the alloy stump jumper & it was way behind the s-works camber.

    Wanted to try a camber evo, but they didn't have one in their test line up.

    If I win lotto tonight I'll be getting the s-works for sure

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    6ft 230 I gotta 2013 Scott Scale 940

    XT/SLX components
    Fox Float CTD fork
    Flow EX rims
    Blue King hubs
    Rocket Rons
    Tubeless
    Easton low rise bars
    Renthal stem
    Blue VP001 pedals
    Waiting on some Renthal Carbon Fatbars!
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    6ft 1in 265ish, 2014 Fugi 1.7 (21in M/L). First ride was today, 17.2mi.

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    I'm on a Canfield Bros. Nimble 9 gen. 2 single speed.

    Frame: Nimble 9 X-Large PNW Green
    Fork:Whiskey No. 9 carbon, 15mm Maxle
    Headset: CaneCreek 110 Series
    Crank: Truvativ AKA
    Pedals: Time ATAC Carbon
    Bottom Bracket: SRAM GPX for now, looking at a replacement soon
    Chainring: HBC Spiderless 32T
    Cog: SingleWorks, Surly, Chris King from 17T to 21T
    Chain: KMC Z610HX
    Brakes: Hope EVO M4 front, EVO X2 rear
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite
    Seat: Specialized Gel Avatar
    Seatpost Clamp: Chromag Quick Release
    Stem: Thomson X4 80mm for now, change as needed
    Handlebar: Crank Bros. Cobalt 1 XC Bar 700mm
    Wheels: Hope Pro 2 front, Chris King SS laced to MTx33 rims



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    Re: clydes that ride a 29er.... what are you riding?

    6'1 and 280lbs here, I just purchased a 21" framed Specialized Hardrock Sport Disk 29 and I'm very pleased :-)



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    6'3" 215#

    Scott Spark 29er carbon
    Cannondale f29 carbon 3
    On one inbred SS 29er

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    108kg & shrinking... Make 102.5kg & I get to hop on my Kona process 134... guess that would make me a mini Clyde?

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    6' 4" 225# +/- 5#

    Primary bike is an 2013 XL Hammerhead Thumper 29'r Stan's Flow wheels, Fox 34mm x 140 forks, 2x10 XT, Magura MT2 brakes. I'm loving this bike the more I ride it.

    Previous bike is an 2013 XL Mach 429 carbon. I cracked the frame on a 2011 aluminum version and had to ride the SS (below) for months waiting for warranty. I rode the carbon version for about a month before I got the Thumper built up. I like the Thumper MUCH better so I haven't ridden the 429 much. I got a set of 34mm forks to try to bring the 429 up to the level of the Thumper but haven't reduced the travel and installed it yet. I will probably end up selling this bike if it doesn't work better with the fork installed. Currently built with Hope M4 brakes, 2x10 XT drive train, I9 wheels with Flow rims, WTB, Ergon, etc. Sweet bike but it doesn't work as well for me as the Thumper.

    Single speed is a 2012 XL Kona Unit. Added Stan's Flow wheels with solid axles because I was flexing the OEM wheels into the frame/forks when I stood up and mashed. Put a Reba fork (80mm travel) on when I couldn't take the jarring in my hands of high speed down hills. Magura MT2 brakes, WTB saddle, Ergon grips, etc to match other bikes. I got this bike so I could get a workout riding with my wife. It didn't work that way since I had to keep my speed up to match the gearing. I'm liking the SS better every time I ride it.

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    5'10" and 230 lbs. Just got a 29er two weeks ago as a second bike; '13 GT Karakoram 3.0. I've put two rides in it so far and I'm very impressed with it. I've replaced the seat and pedals on it already since the stock GT stuff was uncomfortable, and it will be getting a new fork soon to replace the pogo XCM.

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    6'2' 250LB

    Sette Razzo X7 - 21" frame

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    6'3" 230

    2012 Trek Mamba 21"

    Upgrades;
    3x9 to 1x9
    Dropper seat post
    Wider renthal bars
    2.2 Kenda tires
    Higher angled stem
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coop919 View Post
    6'3" 230

    2012 Trek Mamba 21"

    Upgrades;
    3x9 to 1x9
    Dropper seat post
    Wider renthal bars
    2.2 Kenda tires
    Higher angled stem
    What setup did you go with to go 1x9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrappy jr. View Post
    What setup did you go with to go 1x9?
    Race face narrow wide single chain ring. Changed from a 9 speed chain up to a 10. Added a chain guide because I don't have a clutch derailleur.

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    I just built up a rigid, single speed 29er.






    32x20 gearing.
    2013 Felt Edict Nine

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    Re: clydes that ride a 29er.... what are you riding?

    2014 Trek X Caliber 7. Completely stock right now.

    19.5" frame. I'm 6'1, currently 225#

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    I'm 6'8", 300lbs.

    Bike: 2011 Trek Cobia

    Original Purchase:




    Current State (crappy Pic):



    Current state in the above photo:
    Wheels: Sun Ringle MTX 33 Rims With Hope pro 2 evo hubs, 36h, sapim triple butted spoked,
    Tires: Bontrager FR3 Front, Bontrager 29 Front OEM moved to rear
    Cassette: Shimano HG61 29er. 12-36T
    Bars: Race Face Evolve XC 710mm width, 25.4 Clamp
    Grips: Oury
    Brakes: Same crappy Promax as stock, front rotor upgraded to 203mm.
    Pedal: Wellgo Platform (the cheaper ones, not magnesium)







    The wheels where a huge improvement in stiffness. Less side to side flex, especially in the front. No more pinch flats, especially with the volume increase in the rear. Quite tight between the rear derailleur and tire though.

    I thought that was a major change, but 2014 is going to be the year I really frankenstein this beast.


    Planned Upgrades, Parts in Hand, on bike, and on order:

    Front Axle: 9mm thru axle, Dt Swiss RWS
    Stem: Race Face Respond 60mm, 10 degree Rise
    Bars: Race Face Respond 740mm, 31.8 clamp, 1.5" rise
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite Setback
    Seatpost Collar: Thomson
    Seat: Bontrager SSR
    Brakes: Shimano Saint
    Rotors: Dual Shimano Icetech 203mm
    Crank: Race Face Turbine 3x9
    Front Derailleur: Shimano XT direct mount with Adapter (tire clearance)
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano XT
    Left Shifter: Shimano Saint 3 Speed SL810 (got this for $35!)
    Right Shifter: Shimano XT 9 speed
    Chain: KMC










    Looking forward to this build. My brakes have been scary for a long time. I chew through pads, they are noisy as hell, and they prevent me from going fast because I can't ever stop how I want to. So I went balls out on the brakes.

    I have been looking forward to a thomson for a while, disappointed that with the new seat it really doesn't set me back any further than my 12mm setback ssr post that was bent. However, I feel I can comfortably sit back further on the saddle. Haven't test ridden it yet. Have mostly everything, waiting for a few items to come in and I will build it up.

    Looking at tires too. The bontragers have good grip, but weak sidewalls. I don't air down or run tubeless because of my weight, but I do ride places where sidewall tears are possible. I have done it before 3 miles into a 6 mile trail. Walking back always sucks. Looking at the X-King, Trail King, and some Maxxiss models. Need big volume and super tough sidewalls while having lowish rolling resistance and good pavement behavior.
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    6'2" currently 250lbs down from 295 in Jan
    stock trek x-caliber 4
    858 miles on lake trail since June
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    6'2", currently 230lb (sans gear).

    Currently on a Rocky Mountain Instinct 950 (L). I adore this thing, because it's the first bike I consider usable in stock form with just a KS Lev post. The SLX brakes and Inferno25 wheels make this actually usable, and the suspension travel is taking me places comfortably right up to the edge of my confidence level (which caps off at dropping 8' craggy rock sections).

    Previous bike was a '13 GT Sensor 9r Elite - wound up putting XT Brakes, MTX-33 Rims, KS eTen Post, and Geax Saguaros on it, because each of those predecessor parts wasn't up to the task (Avid Elixir1 brakes that needed bleeding every mile, Alex MD19 rims that I could knock utterly out of true on flat ground, Maxxis Asspens that only had grip because of the magical properties of rubber, not anything to do with the practically nonexistent tread).

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    6' 2.5" and 205 lbs, riding a 22.5 lb Epic Carbon. Handles my size and weight easily.


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    Sold my N9 frame and bought a Cannondale F29 Carbon. Converted it to 1x10 and added a Thomson Elite seat post in lieu of the stock setback post. Bike is just slightly too big for me so I needed to shorten up the cockpit. Still needs a shorter stem but at $90...that can wait for a little while.

    I used the parts from the N9 and rebuilt the diSSent (single speed). It has a Manitou fork that I'd like to get rid of in lieu of a carbon rigid fork.

    253 pounds.

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    clydes that ride a 29er.... what are you riding?

    Giant Trance 29er. I'm 6'1 240 pounds. The stock rims were junk so replaced with WTB and Chris King hubs.

    You only live once, but if you work it right, once is enough.

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    6'1 290 +/- 5
    Just picked up my SC Tallboy today after taking my Trek Wahoo in to check on a frame warranty replacement. Only bike I actually felt awesome on out of all the bikes I tried. Haven't even popped her cherry yet, been sick today but tomorrow, hopefully will get better.


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    Re: clydes that ride a 29er.... what are you riding?

    I just picked up a Transition Covert 29 to replace my Trance X0. I love it so far!




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    Re: clydes that ride a 29er.... what are you riding?

    I'm riding this 2012 Fuji slm 1.0. It feels a little bit heavier than its predecessor, but I'll get used to it.

    just my $0.02
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