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    Didn't See This Coming!! 907 Carbon Content

    Fresh off of Facebook.
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    Re: Didn't See This Coming!! 907 Carbon Content

    wow looks gorgeous want one any more information

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    Quote Originally Posted by stesteste View Post
    wow looks gorgeous want one any more information

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    It accepts these!
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    Oh I want

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    I to did not see this coming.

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    A version able to take hubgears would get an instant purchase from me.

    There's no production fatbike that takes the fatter tyres and will fit a hubgear - or am I mistaken?
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    A version able to take hubgears would get an instant purchase from me.

    There's no production fatbike that takes the fatter tyres and will fit a hubgear - or am I mistaken?

    Moonlander?? 135mm offset rear or am I mistaken??

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    Moonlander with Rohloff Surly Moonlander, Rohloff'd - Imgur

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    YES! bloody hell YES!
    and no i did not see this coming...well done.

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    Ohhhhh...sexy.

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    adding a +1 to the I did not see this coming either. That looks great! Sounds like there will be some great offerings for carbon fat bikes now!

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    A little better pic.
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    visa card is in my hand...when do the phone lines open?!

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    bdundee, where are you getting this information? I don't see the green on facebook or any other info.

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    Wow

    I wonder how much$?

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    Dude yer forks on backwards.

    But damn that green is MEAN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    bdundee, where are you getting this information? I don't see the green on facebook or any other info.
    They were all on Facebook, might want to look at the Chain Reaction page as well.

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chain...a/291224632996
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    Why do the thru-axles have what appear to be nuts on the end?

    (TWSS)

    No really though...are there no threads in the frame or fork?

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    Thanks bdundee. I am a little upset that when I pre-ordered my new 190 mm aluminum bike two weeks ago I was not let in on this secret. I may pull back my order.

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    perhaps the nuts mount in the frame and fork?

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    Looks like it's called BigFoot

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    Sorry if anyone Ordered a Aluminum Frame and got a Surprise this morning. But we couldn't release a Pic till we actually saw it. You can certainly change any Orders if you want to Go Carbon.
    More Info and lots of Pics coming in the Next Week.
    But heres a Few Details.
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    190mm Spaced Rear, Thru Axle Front and Rear, Tapered Fork, Sizes will be S, M, and L. With Tons of Stand Over. Did I mention it will be LIGHT Weight! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkSnow View Post
    Sorry if anyone Ordered a Aluminum Frame and got a Surprise this morning. But we couldn't release a Pic till we actually saw it. You can certainly change any Orders if you want to Go Carbon.
    More Info and lots of Pics coming in the Next Week.
    But heres a Few Details.
    9:Zero:7 Whiteout
    190mm Spaced Rear, Thru Axle Front and Rear, Tapered Fork, Sizes will be S, M, and L. With Tons of Stand Over. Did I mention it will be LIGHT Weight! Thanks
    What about Bud/Lou clearance?

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    Sorry, lots of room for Bud and Lou with 100mm Rims!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    What about Bud/Lou clearance?
    What about the thru-axle system?

    Is that a proprietary thing then?

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