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    Santa came early this year

    My new Ellsworth Evolve carbon finally showed up. Thanks to this new trend of mild winters I got the chance to get it out fir a ride yesterday. After riding my 34 pound fat bike for 6 or 7 weeks I felt like superman.
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    it looks like it might go fast.....
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    Oooo pretty! Guess we know who made the "good" list this year.

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    Wow!!

    John, with the Evolve and your 907, I'd say you are all set!!!!
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    I love it. Blue works with orange so well. Damn, the fatties have spikes now? You're all set for the season.
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    Whats the Ellsworth weigh?
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    yeah, my question as well... it is definitely top bling built, including light AC Race wheels - if I am not mistaken...

    looks awesome Johnny... may it bring you countless hours of pleasure...

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    The weight of the Ellsworth is 22.75 lbs. He's given me the itch to start looking for a new bike but my wallet is telling me otherwise The pictures really don't do it justice, it's absolutely a beautiful bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    The weight of the Ellsworth is 22.75 lbs.
    that's insane!!!
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    Cool, I saw a bike just like that at Costco, it was crazy expensive, like $400.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    The weight of the Ellsworth is 22.75 lbs. He's given me the itch to start looking for a new bike but my wallet is telling me otherwise The pictures really don't do it justice, it's absolutely a beautiful bike
    Wow, my Misfit only weighs a 1.5lb less than that, and it doesn't have gears or suspension.

    So...how does it ride?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    The weight of the Ellsworth is 22.75 lbs. He's given me the itch to start looking for a new bike but my wallet is telling me otherwise The pictures really don't do it justice, it's absolutely a beautiful bike
    I'm regretting my epic every day. Between this and the new BMC 4stroke 29.
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    is that 907 from bike zone by chance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    is that 907 from bike zone by chance?
    What gave it away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    What gave it away
    i remember seeing that saddle there.
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    i remember seeing that saddle there.
    And here I thought you were poking fun at the roughly 20 or so Bike Zone stickers plastered all over the bike

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    Very nice bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    And here I thought you were poking fun at the roughly 20 or so Bike Zone stickers plastered all over the bike
    by my count there are least 46.
    RIP Adam Yauch

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnine View Post
    by my count there are least 46.
    Pffft

    The other side of the bike might have BZ zero stickers for all you know.

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    cant see from the pic - is it 29?

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    Yes the Ellsworth is a 29er

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    :) welcome to the dark side

    did it come with a life supply of cool-aid?

    22.75 is very impressive.

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    Yes the Ellsworth is a 29er

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    22.75 is so impressive that it doesn't seem right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merdoff View Post
    The weight of the Ellsworth is 22.75 lbs. He's given me the itch to start looking for a new bike but my wallet is telling me otherwise The pictures really don't do it justice, it's absolutely a beautiful bike
    I'm willing to bet he could be on a 15 pound bike and you'd still hand him his ass.


    But yeah, nice ride, John!
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    What do you keep in the flask on the 9 Zero 7? Baileys?

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