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    The rp23 was an upgrade but I only had to pay a small amount for the price difference. Maybe Fanatik had a frame without shock, I dunno.
    Otherwise I think Intense only ship the frames with the RL shock.
    Talk to Jadyn, Iīm sure he can arrange shipping to Holland, and Iīm sure he will get you a good deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12snap View Post
    Nice bike 426h! What size is the frame and how much does it weigh?
    Itīs a large frame, but I donīt know the weight yet. Will post the figure when i get it home in January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 426h View Post
    The rp23 was an upgrade but I only had to pay a small amount for the price difference. Maybe Fanatik had a frame without shock, I dunno.
    Otherwise I think Intense only ship the frames with the RL shock.
    Talk to Jadyn, Iīm sure he can arrange shipping to Holland, and Iīm sure he will get you a good deal.
    Nice bike! Intense's stock factory shock is the RPL not RL! I personally would have put my money into other components than the RP23. With this suspension and other short dual link suspensions adjustable pedaling platform shocks are not needed and kind of a waste of money. Shocks with high and low speed compression dampening is another story but those function mostly in flow and descent and not pedaling like the RP23.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 426h View Post
    Got some pictures from Fanatik bike in Bellingham, WA who built up my Spider. Great shop to deal with! Unfortunately I will not be able to pick the bike up until early Jan.
    Bummer!
    Life is hard sometimes...
    Sorry to hear that it'll bee so long before you can ride you're new steed You're gonna love this bike!!
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    I took my bike through some single track. It handled nice and stable. It also too tight switchbacks without a problem. The only complaint is that it wanders a bit while climbing. My bike is set up with a fox140 talas and the rear is set on the long travel mode. I am running a standard headset. Would a steeper head angle stop the wandering? Would that change the stability? I really like the bike so far.

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    If you have a Talus then you can do the travel adjust thing and drop the fork travel to 110 or 120mm which would put your head angle at 70.5 degrees or so. I personally feel that I can climb almost anything I can pedal mike bike up at 68-69 degrees. I would work on your climbing technique, adjust your seat angle, handle bar height etc.... If your handle bar is too high that will over compensate for a steeper HA. On my Spider I have my stem/ bar slammed down on the headset. My HA is 68.7 deg. And my front end does not wander at all.
    JMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by manitou2200 View Post
    If you have a Talus then you can do the travel adjust thing and drop the fork travel to 110 or 120mm which would put your head angle at 70.5 degrees or so. I personally feel that I can climb almost anything I can pedal mike bike up at 68-69 degrees. I would work on your climbing technique, adjust your seat angle, handle bar height etc.... If your handle bar is too high that will over compensate for a steeper HA. On my Spider I have my stem/ bar slammed down on the headset. My HA is 68.7 deg. And my front end does not wander at all.
    JMHO
    Thanks for the advise. My climbing technique was bad. I kept pulling unevenly. Maybe because of a broken wrist a few years ago? Also, I was trying not to use the travel adjust because I was going to remove it for weight savings. Now that I have used it, I think I will keep it. It helps the wandering and wheelying.
    I have ridden some tight swithcbacks and the bike goes through them great.

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    I've had mine for a few months now. Love it so far. Large and weighs a tick under 30lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osty View Post
    I've had mine for a few months now. Love it so far. Large and weighs a tick under 30lbs.
    Nice blue color!
    Finally got mine home. Unfortunatley we had freezing rain and all trails are unridable without studs, so I havent tried it yet.
    My large is 28 lbs with pedals.
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    Nice looking build and bike, enjoy it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 426h View Post
    Nice blue color!
    Finally got mine home. Unfortunatley we had freezing rain and all trails are unridable without studs, so I havent tried it yet.
    My large is 28 lbs with pedals.
    HMMMM...........?????? Wonder why there is such a weight diff between yours and mine

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    My guess is wheels and tires. You can gain or lose 2 lbs. very easily with wheels and tires!

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    huh. My wheels are the pretty standard flows w/ pro2 evos w/ DB spokes and brass nipps.
    the rest of my build looks pretty close to his but mine is a 1x10. the tires are advertised as pretty light weight, think lighter than ardent 2.4 exo and i know for sure lighter than the ardent 2.25ust.
    i see guys tires are lighter than mine so that prob is where its at?

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    difference is the paint on the blue one...
    whatever...

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    Mine is a med. When I first finished it it was between 28lb and 29. It had a Slant 6 on the front and SB8 on the back. They were mounted tubeless with Stans. The wheels are Stans Flows. Their standard set up. I set the bike up for the fat guy I am. Large rotors and small chain rings. I converted a 22-33-44 to a 20-33 2X10. It is a great set up for me. I also have the drop KS post that adds a pound. I have almost 500 miles on it now. Still looking for the best tire set up for me. I hated the Slant 6 in the front so I moved to the back and put a 2.2 Nevagal on the front. Nice ride but a little slow. I just changed up again and put an Ardent 2.4 on the front. and WTB Bronson 2.2 Race on the back. The Ardent 2.4 is narrower than the Nevagal and the weight was the same. The weight of the Bronson and Slant 6 was about the same. This is a great set up so far. It may be a little faster. I just changed the rear shock mount to the longer travel. I like it better but it wanders more when climbing slow. Most of my climbing. I think the peddle efficiency is better. I have the RLP. I wish I wouuld have upgraded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osty View Post
    huh. My wheels are the pretty standard flows w/ pro2 evos w/ DB spokes and brass nipps.
    the rest of my build looks pretty close to his but mine is a 1x10. the tires are advertised as pretty light weight, think lighter than ardent 2.4 exo and i know for sure lighter than the ardent 2.25ust.
    i see guys tires are lighter than mine so that prob is where its at?

    Hi Osty,
    Not sure, but half of the weight difference is probably in the tires alone. Mine are the Ikons. I have ck hubs and alu nipples, not much difference there. I guess the rest is in the seat, handlebar, grips and pedals.

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    eh, guess it doesnt matter since the bike doesnt feel like it weighs that much!
    My only complaint is I wish it had alittle slacker HA. But if it did, then the WB would be too long for my taste; almost too long in my book as it is. But, I like the bike so far

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    The drop seat post makes it feel slacker. I know there is a weight penalty but i would not build this kind of bike without it.

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    Just reading through allot of these people are doing some fine tuning, can anyone give me an overall review of this to similar bikes in the category (ie RIP, Tallboy, Sultan, Stumpy, etc)? thanks

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    I have a NIB Med 2012 Spider 29 red that I purchased and its too big for me. I never built the frame and it has the RPL and 142 drop outs, let me know if anyone is interested.

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    Well sizing was going to be the next question. The sizes of the large are long but then the med seems short for me. Big varience in the two sizes is what I'm seeing. So short answer is maybe. What is the sizing you found with this frame?

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    I am 5'8 and did not pay attention to the 23.5 TT, after measuring it's just too large. I will let it go for a great price.

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    Love the 'drip marks' in the red paint job. How was that accomplished?
    Please donate to IMBA or your local IMBA chapter. It's trail karma.

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    Let me think about the sizing. What kind of price are you thinking? If you want send me a direct msg through my contact info.

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    How is this bike performing with 140mm forks?

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    I am 5'8" and have a med. I love it. It feels tall when you first get on but then it just feels right. I have a 28" insm and 120 fork and it is great.

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    I am 6'1'' and have a large with a 90mm stem and 700mm bars. I have a straight seatpost right now, but will try a 15mm setback to get a slightly longer reach.
    Size is really good for me, this finetuning is just a matter of preferences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan J View Post
    How is this bike performing with 140mm forks?
    I have been running a 140 talas for a while now. The bike handles tight turns great with the fork. It does wander a little on slow steep climbs. Dropping to 120 seems to help.
    What Issues were you thinking of with the 140?

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    29eronline has posted a review on their site:
    Intense Cycles Spider 29 Final Review | 29er Online

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    Quote Originally Posted by 426h View Post
    29eronline has posted a review on their site:
    Intense Cycles Spider 29 Final Review | 29er Online
    Based on my wife's progression since she's got hers I totally agree with their assessment of this bike; it seems really good at everything without necessarily being great at anything.
    Calvin

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    I've got barely used medium Spider 29 frame available in the classifieds if anyone is interested. See the ad here: 2011 Intense Spider 29 Medium - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories

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    Mine:

    Frame: 2012 Intense Spider 29er works raw, size Large. Shock: 2012 Fox RP23 Kashima Coat (upgrade).
    142x12 dropouts
    Fork: 2012 32 Talas RLC 120-90 15mm QR Kashima Coat
    Headset: Chris King Inset 3 gold
    Stem: Thomson X4 100mm
    Handlebar: ENVE AM 700mm
    Group: 2012 Shimano XT and XTR shifters.
    Hubs: Chris King ISO, front 20mm converted to 15mm, rear 142x12mm.
    Rims: Stanīs Crest 29er
    Spokes and nipples (gold): Sapim
    Tires: Front and rear Maxxis Crosmark 2.1
    Grips: Odi Lock-On Intense
    Seatpost: Easton EC90
    Saddle: Velo Intense
    Rear QR: DT 143X12
    Pedals: Speedplay frog stainless
    Weight complete bike: 12,6 Kg, 27,75 lbs







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    ^ Beauty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    ^ Beauty!
    Thanks,
    Ours bikes are more similar (and beauties), Works large, CK hubs and headset, enve handlebar, Stanīs, Thomson, XT group, and shop!!!

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    @ Andrew White.

    May I ask how tall you are? I have a large in Works Red that I haven't built yet. I'm trying to decide between that and an Ellsworth Evolve. How do you find the fit? Is the top tube long enough for you? The bike looks nice and the setup looks like I'm envisioning it would when set up for myself. I'm 6'1".

    Thanks! b

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbsride365 View Post
    @ Andrew White.

    May I ask how tall you are? I have a large in Works Red that I haven't built yet. I'm trying to decide between that and an Ellsworth Evolve. How do you find the fit? Is the top tube long enough for you? The bike looks nice and the setup looks like I'm envisioning it would when set up for myself. I'm 6'1".

    Thanks! b
    Iīm 6ī2" and the top tube lenght (24,5") is perfect for me (Evolve has 25" in large size). I use 100mm Thomson stem and I would like to change for another little less longer, like 90mm. The bike rides awesome and with good choice of wheelset you can get a light weight trailbike 29er, and handmade in USA

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    @ Andrew White.

    Thanks so much for the reply. One more question. Do you find the Talas was a good way to go? I was thinking about it but wondering if I would really use the shorter setting at all. Are you glad you spent the extra money on it? I normally ride a narrower bar than you have set because the trees are tight around here, but otherwise our setups will be very similar. I have a mix of XO, X9 and XT planned. Have you had any trouble with the triple dropping the chain? In a review on 29eronline.com the say something about dropping the chain and jamming it between the rings and the linkage but feeling that it may be rectified with a 2x setup. I'm planning on running the same crank set as you are with shimano chain and cassette, x9 RD and XO shifters. Thanks so much for the input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbsride365 View Post
    @ Andrew White.

    Thanks so much for the reply. One more question. Do you find the Talas was a good way to go? I was thinking about it but wondering if I would really use the shorter setting at all. Are you glad you spent the extra money on it? I normally ride a narrower bar than you have set because the trees are tight around here, but otherwise our setups will be very similar. I have a mix of XO, X9 and XT planned. Have you had any trouble with the triple dropping the chain? In a review on 29eronline.com the say something about dropping the chain and jamming it between the rings and the linkage but feeling that it may be rectified with a 2x setup. I'm planning on running the same crank set as you are with shimano chain and cassette, x9 RD and XO shifters. Thanks so much for the input.
    You welcomed!
    Really I think that the best fox fork for the Spider 29er is a 32 Float 29 120mm Fit. I donīt use the shorter travel on the talas, because it closes too much the head angle, even on hards uphills I rode with 120mm (long travel), but itīs my rode style!
    About the chainring, I think that the best options is double chainring, but I chose triple because Shimano shorter double chainring for 2012 has 26 tooth, (26x38) and the next season will be more shorter thinking about the 29ers; but Sram has two shorther options 36-22 and 38-24, most suitable for 29ers.

    SRAM 22/36 Double Conversion Kit: On Test

    At the last, I think that this 29er needs a minimun 68 centimeters of wide handlebar. Enve AM has 71 and you can cute it!, and I think thatīs best choice for the AM and TrailBikes.

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    I have tha TALAS and like for really step climes. That is the only time I use but I am glad I have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANDREW WHITE View Post
    You welcomed!
    Really I think that the best fox fork for the Spider 29er is a 32 Float 29 120mm Fit. I donīt use the shorter travel on the talas, because it closes too much the head angle, even on hards uphills I rode with 120mm (long travel), but itīs my rode style!
    About the chainring, I think that the best options is double chainring, but I chose triple because Shimano shorter double chainring for 2012 has 26 tooth, (26x38) and the next season will be more shorter thinking about the 29ers; but Sram has two shorther options 36-22 and 38-24, most suitable for 29ers.

    SRAM 22/36 Double Conversion Kit: On Test

    At the last, I think that this 29er needs a minimun 68 centimeters of wide handlebar. Enve AM has 71 and you can cute it!, and I think thatīs best choice for the AM and TrailBikes.
    Thanks for the reply (both of you). I'm not sure I'd ever use it. I've had one before on a 26" bike and never used it because I always thought it felt weird when I was climbing in the lowered setting. I had is mostly so that I could switch it onto a SS frame I was using in the winter which was lower travel. I'll probably just get the non-Talas RLC version. If I was short enough that my bars were inevitably higher than my seat then maybe, but I'm tall enough that my bars will be even or lower than my seat like yours are. That's how I prefer it. I'll take into consideration your thought on the wider bars. I just added 1.5 inches to my bar width this past year as it is now to get them to 63.5cm or so. I'm sure it will feel different on the 29er. Thanks again. I'll post a pic when it's all said and done.

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    Hi!
    Iīve got another Spider29 here in Spain...but iīm not so proud of it.Iīm having a lot of problems with the frame and the Spanish distributor told me tha t Intense doesnīt answer their emails.
    The frame has 2 problems:
    *the lower link hits the frame when i ride....(iīve try 4 different shocks, many sags, etc...)
    *i must OPEN more than one centimiter the rear triangle to put the rear wheel on...

    I donīt know what to do....CAN ANYONE OF INTENSE STAFF HELP ME??

    MrIntense!I need your help!!!

    Bye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YodaMae View Post
    Hi!
    Iīve got another Spider29 here in Spain...but iīm not so proud of it.Iīm having a lot of problems with the frame and the Spanish distributor told me tha t Intense doesnīt answer their emails.
    The frame has 2 problems:
    *the lower link hits the frame when i ride....(iīve try 4 different shocks, many sags, etc...)
    *i must OPEN more than one centimiter the rear triangle to put the rear wheel on...

    I donīt know what to do....CAN ANYONE OF INTENSE STAFF HELP ME??

    MrIntense!I need your help!!!

    Bye!
    My bike shop said Intense told them that their email system is down; have your dealer make a phone call.
    Calvin

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    Very nice all

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    Hayes Stroker trail brakes with magura storm SL rotors
    XTR shifters, rear derailleur (trail) and chain
    XT front derailleur and cassete (11-36)
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    Loving the frame color, with the white fork and carbon bars. Looks like a great build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense View Post
    Spider 29 has been shipping for months & the top hole is the longer 4.75" travel setting , bottom hole @ 4,25" , Changing travel does not alter geometry but changing fork from 120 to 140 will.
    On my Tracer 2 and Spider 29 Comp the bottom hole is longer travel setting. Could you please confirm that the top hole in the longer travel setting on the Spider 29. I also have Spider 29 ;-) I am just a bit confused that this is different.

    Sorry my bad I got it wrong. Top hole is the longer travel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danish Dynamite View Post
    On my Tracer 2 and Spider 29 Comp the bottom hole is longer travel setting. Could you please confirm that the top hole in the longer travel setting on the Spider 29. I also have Spider 29 ;-) I am just a bit confused that this is different.

    Sorry my bad I got it wrong. Top hole is the longer travel.
    The top hole is the long travel setting on your Tracer2 and Spider29 Comp as well.

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    Yes - thanks. I just had a temporary brain meltdown and managed to forget the settings after leaving the basement with all my bikes :-) I am about to sell my Spider 29 so just needed to make sure I gave the correct information to the new buyer :-)

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