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    Looks expensive.
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    The carbon fork looks to be a 440mm DT XRR, which used to be the Pace RC30. The RC29 was longer, for susp. corrected 29ers. Yes, DT will be offering the long version as well.

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    whatever happened to this????

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmoreKen View Post
    whatever happened to this????
    I was thinking the same thing! This thread was started in 07' I would love Niner to come out with a Ti frame! I am loving my One9, but would love the same geometry in a Ti ride!

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    Just a guess, but this was before they started showing their carbon bikes. I'm thinking that they decided to go the carbon route for their high end rides instead of Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmoreKen View Post
    whatever happened to this????
    Probably Salsa kicking everyones Ass with affordable Ti Frames made in USA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigFatLarry View Post
    Probably Salsa kicking everyones Ass with affordable Ti Frames made in USA.
    Yeah . . . they lost the race to rebrand another Lynskey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairllama View Post
    Yeah . . . they lost the race to rebrand another Lynskey.
    All their bikes and Niner's comes out of a factory. When they build it to their specs it isn't a Lynksey. It's just made by them. If your logic was true than most bikes would just be rebranded Giants.

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    Saw that one. Nice bikes, but not overly impressed with the welding

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