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    Didn't See This Coming!! 907 Carbon Content

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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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    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?
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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.
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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
    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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    They posted on facebook that the estimated price would be around $2300. Thanks AkSnow for chiming in as it sure helps to hear things strait from the horses mouth so to speak. Gcappy I can't wait to lay my eyes on your new creation, I'm sure it will be a beauty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_Scotsman View Post
    Moonlander?? 135mm offset rear or am I mistaken??
    Of course you're right. I've been thinking of replacing my Pug with a Moonie.

    I should have made my thinking clearer - I was meaning the new models being released rather than updates of existing stuff.
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    So the carbon due date is December or January, my new aluminum due date is September, I have no fat bike to ride now because my wife stole it. Do I take delivery of a very beautiful aluminum bike or wait even longer for the carbon? Or do I take the aluminum in September and then sell it in January and build up a carbon? This fat bike thing is hard!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    So the carbon due date is December or January, my new aluminum due date is September, I have no fat bike to ride now because my wife stole it. Do I take delivery of a very beautiful aluminum bike or wait even longer for the carbon? Or do I take the aluminum in September and then sell it in January and build up a carbon? This fat bike thing is hard!!!
    if past history is any indication, by the time you need fatbike frames or parts, they will long since be sold out.. assuming they arrive on time.. so if you wait til mid-winter to gather parts for a build, you'll be out of luck..
    if you can afford to do BOTH, then thats what I would do...

    or just make sure every part you get for the aluminum bike can be swapped over to the carbon frame... that's probably the route i'm going to go..

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Nony Moose View Post
    if past history is any indication, by the time you need fatbike frames or parts, they will long since be sold out.. assuming they arrive on time.. so if you wait til mid-winter to gather parts for a build, you'll be out of luck..
    if you can afford to do BOTH, then thats what I would do...

    or just make sure every part you get for the aluminum bike can be swapped over to the carbon frame... that's probably the route i'm going to go..
    I think we would need new hubs due to the through axles on the carbon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    So the carbon due date is December or January, my new aluminum due date is September, I have no fat bike to ride now because my wife stole it. This fat bike thing is hard!!!
    No doubt she mentioned this and you succumbed to wishes without a second thought.
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    Hey, if your wife makes you buy a new fat bike she's a keeper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Hey, if your wife makes you buy a new fat bike she's a keeper!
    though i don't have a better 1/2 no doubt she would indeed be a keeper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    So the carbon due date is December or January, my new aluminum due date is September, I have no fat bike to ride now because my wife stole it. Do I take delivery of a very beautiful aluminum bike or wait even longer for the carbon? Or do I take the aluminum in September and then sell it in January and build up a carbon? This fat bike thing is hard!!!
    Tough call, I've played the AK waiting game a couple of times and even though the waits where well worth it they where never close to the estimated eta. That being said a bird in the hand........

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    So Gene, what are you going to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtuck1 View Post
    So Gene, what are you going to do?
    Arghhh!!! I am going to get the aluminum for now. I am also selling my 2012 Trek Superfly 100 carbon on e-bay to finance more fat stuff. I do love that carbon!! Your wifes bike must be about done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars_D View Post
    No rear rack mounts. BIG OVERSIGHT!
    Your point is valid. I doubt that any sort of adventuring or even much utility was on the radar for this one. Ride it like you stole it would be my guess.
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    I had a hunch this was coming from these guys. That is one sexy frame.
    I am still holding out for a full suss carbon fatty. some day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars_D View Post
    No rear rack mounts. BIG OVERSIGHT!
    Whats a rear rack mount? Just kidding. Personally I want it as clean, light and fast as it can be. This one is not a cruiser it's a full speed bruiser.

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    That carbon frame is pretty nice! I think/hope there is still a lot more evolution coming to the fat bike world though. Suspension, wheels and tires have a long way to go still in my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    I think we would need new hubs due to the through axles on the carbon.
    Those hubs look convertible.
    I like turtles

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    2lbs off the frame weight...meh...

    Carbon fatbike rims on the other hand...
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    2lbs off the frame weight...meh...

    Carbon fatbike rims on the other hand...

    crazy mind reader !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496 View Post
    Those hubs look convertible.

    Right, but do you just push them through the frame, then tighten a nut on the end? Based on what I'm seeing as far as measurements on those thru-axles, that's pretty much how it's going to have to work.

    Interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Whats a rear rack mount? Just kidding. Personally I want it as clean, light and fast as it can be. This one is not a cruiser it's a full speed bruiser.
    exactly, no mamby pamby fender or rack mounts keep that baby clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtuck1 View Post
    That carbon frame is pretty nice! I think/hope there is still a lot more evolution coming to the fat bike world though. Suspension, wheels and tires have a long way to go still in my eyes.
    naaaaaaa it's all just around the corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    Do I take delivery of a very beautiful aluminum bike or wait even longer for the carbon?
    A bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush.

    Im not saying it wont be a Jan release but how many times have new bike dates and delivery been blown out because of... blah blah blah.

    Grab the alu and stick your name on the list for a carbon... or wait see how they go and grab it later in the year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    2lbs off the frame weight...meh...

    Carbon fatbike rims on the other hand...

    This, but keep it affordable.

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    Carbon fatbike rims on the other hand...
    Now that Spesh is in the game...perhaps they'll push that if they start making money on their fatty. They've done that pretty well with the Roval carbons on their other bikes, and brought prices down to 'almost affordable'.

    That frame is sexy stuff, I love my blue 907 but damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    So the carbon due date is December or January, my new aluminum due date is September, I have no fat bike to ride now because my wife stole it. Do I take delivery of a very beautiful aluminum bike or wait even longer for the carbon? Or do I take the aluminum in September and then sell it in January and build up a carbon? This fat bike thing is hard!!!
    Could take the aluminum which is still going to be very light weight and get your Bud and Lou on up-in-here. Some of us are still riding steel and enjoying the sheeet out of it
    ...Be careful what you're looking at because it might be looking back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    Could take the aluminum which is still going to be very light weight and get your Bud and Lou on up-in-here. Some of us are still riding steel and enjoying the sheeet out of it
    Be careful....steel fatbikes are going to be "retro" soon haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    Could take the aluminum which is still going to be very light weight and get your Bud and Lou on up-in-here. Some of us are still riding steel and enjoying the sheeet out of it
    Yup. It's gonna be aluminum for now. I am pursuing another Lefty set up. Can't let my wife have a Lefty and me not! Then mtuck1, me and our wife's will all be riding fat Lefty's together here in upstate NY.

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    So $2300 for the frameset and probably $500 for the hubs? $2800 with a several hundred left to go. With the complete carbon Beargrease at $3500, will this carbon 907 really be a big seller? Just curious.

    For the record, I like 907's a lot and think this frame is gorgeous, but it's out of my budget!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    So $2300 for the frameset and probably $500 for the hubs? $2800 with a several hundred left to go. With the complete carbon Beargrease at $3500, will this carbon 907 really be a big seller? Just curious.

    For the record, I like 907's a lot and think this frame is gorgeous, but it's out of my budget!
    Also, Colin told me yesterday on the phone that the new carbon frame is really set up to run the new Sram 1x11, so I guess it wont like a front derailleur? Not sure but I know the new Sram is big bucks and you cant use any old hub you must purchase a new hub for it as well.

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    Well their new hub should be XX1 compatible then, so that's not a huge deal, but yeah it certainly adds to the cost. However, it will probably be more competitive with the XX1 Beargrease at that point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post

    For the record, I like 907's a lot and think this frame is gorgeous, but it's out of my budget!
    Hmmmm.... not so keen on the massive top tube bend. BUT it does make it look more than a chinese knock off

    I like the Carbon Greasedbear style but I reckon the best looking carbon frame/forks yet is the Borealis Yampa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottybinwv View Post
    This, but keep it affordable.
    That's what china is for
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    Hmmmm.... not so keen on the massive top tube bend. BUT it does make it look more than a chinese knock off

    I like the Carbon Greasedbear style but I reckon the best looking carbon frame/forks yet is the Borealis Yampa.
    i agree 100%.... so far right now...the Borealis is first on my list than the Beargrease....i do like the 9zero7 a lot but for the price of a frame only....kind of steep...

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    i bought my 170 9zero7 to get me through the summer knowing that bud/lou compatible frames were coming (from various mftgr's). i 'was' all stoked for the 907 190mm alu frame until they announced the carbon (dammit). but after seeing $2300 for frame and fork i think i might be 'ok' with the aluminum to hold me over for a year or so.
    regardless i have to drop for 2 new rear hubs (running marge lites and nates for non snow season), some fat hoops and one front hub...and of course some 4.8 rubber.

    doing all that i'd hope that fat carbon comes down in $$ a year or so so that i can move to it.

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    I agree the frame/fork only price is pretty dang steep.

    After gettting really, really, really, covered in mud yesterday... my Moonlander weighed 55 lbs Just saying... if you actually use fat bikes for fun... they are still going to weigh a lot, carbon or not...

    Although, after lifting it onto my roof rack, I kind of wished it was carbon... but ah well... good for the upper body

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGI410 View Post
    Well their new hub should be XX1 compatible then, so that's not a huge deal, but yeah it certainly adds to the cost. However, it will probably be more competitive with the XX1 Beargrease at that point.
    Just read through the build specs on my new pre-ordered McGrath. The hubs are convertible to through axles and the XX1 driver is an option. That's good news.

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    "Frame and Fork MSRP at $2300.00"

    ugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe View Post
    "Frame and Fork MSRP at $2300.00"

    ugh
    Gotta pay to play....It's like complaining that a Ferrari costs too much when you could buy a Civic instead.
    yes they are both cars....but they are very different beasts.

    Carbon fatbike frames, through-axles, these are the "best of the best" right now....of course they are $$.....check prices of other carbon frames from reputable manufacturers
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    $2099 retail for a Niner A9c frame only for a bike you will only ride 1/2 of the year where a lot of us live anyways. $2300 for the 907 frame/fork for a frame that a lot of you would ride all year round kind of seems like more of a bargain. Now the complete build will get expensive but a lot of us do have that kind of coin invested in bikes that we only use 1/2 of the year as well so still a value for a year round bike. That being said it's a little steep for me as well but I really only use my fat bike in the winter, atleast now anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post

    Although, after lifting it onto my roof rack, I kind of wished it was carbon... but ah well... good for the upper body
    Build a ramp and ride the bike up to the rack.
    Riding Fat and still just as fast as I never was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashtestdummy View Post
    Build a ramp and ride the bike up to the rack.
    It's a fat bike you don't need stinkin ramp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    It's a fat bike you don't need stinkin ramp.
    just a bunny hop away.
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