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    There were a couple bikes with a black Fox 29" fork, makes me wonder if they'll release one soon either in 80 or 100mm OEM only.

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    I soooooo have to agree

    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    I do hereby nominate Chequamegon as a better Interbike covererer than our gracious hosts. At least he's much faster than them.

    Thanks for the hard work Tim, and good luck on the trail, eh?
    Chequamegon you have done an outstanding job bring I-bike to the rest of us who couldn't be there..Thank you very much.. BTW What are your picks for the best 29er for 09?

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    you should get a free mtbr t shirt for this or something

    so many sweet bikes.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    sour grapefruit juice orange Surly Crosscheck - very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY FRED
    Chequamegon you have done an outstanding job bring I-bike to the rest of us who couldn't be there..Thank you very much.. BTW What are your picks for the best 29er for 09?

    Best 29er of 09 (out of those that I rode, remember I didnt get them all) would be the Salsa Fargo.

    Best MTB intended 29er would be the Salsa Big Mama.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape
    you should get a free mtbr t shirt for this or something

    so many sweet bikes.
    I met Francis at the Niner booth on Tuesday and he told me I was cool. That must elevate me like three levels in the grand scheme of internets mountain biking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG

    First one was a custom carbon builder from Austin, TX. They had bikes in the Rotor booth and the Edge composites booth. He one-offs carbon fiber in the Crumpton building method.

    Second one was just a product sample from one of the taiwanese factories looking to get some brand to buy into their product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southy
    Thanks for the ongoing coverage, Tim (glad somebody's posting it). Though I'm cursing you too. The Selma is calling my name. LOUDLY.

    The Mamasita frame I bought from you last year is now for sale.....

    Are you going to a new one? If so, drop me a line.
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    damn you caught me in one of your Jones pics and I did not even get to meet you....

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    Great Stuff!

    Thanks for posting!

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    awesome! thanks much!
    Winter is coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chequamagon
    I bought this from the Cane Creek guys. Special color!!!! One of only 20 made.

    You guys wish you were me now huh?

    I don't wish I was you. I just wish I had that! But being you would be a high price to pay just to have that

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    Holy focking A-C!?!?



    Expect to see me in Seely soon to rub your feet Tim!
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    where are the gary fisher pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20.100 FR
    What is the brand of the frame with the rotor crankset ?

    Thanks for the pics.

    its Kirklee out of Austin, Tx.
    carpe diem..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by iliketoridebikes
    where are the gary fisher pics

    Trek, Gary Fisher and Cannondale refuse to have a presence at Interbike Expo. So there are no pics.

    They do have a presence at the Dirt Demo, but the line is so long to ride one, I dont bother because I am really not a fan anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soupboy
    Holy focking A-C!?!?
    Seriously. I don't think I've ever seen a 100mm suspension corrected fork for a 29er before

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    Seriously. I don't think I've ever seen a 100mm suspension corrected fork for a 29er before
    100mm?! It looks like my F135 sagged!
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    Any more info on this bike? Crazy looking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher
    +1 on the oakley factor pilot grips on the green kid size rawland.

    suspended rack or rack as suspension member?
    Thats a "Panamerica" from Peter White Cycles.


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    The Jamis Exile is 100mm. Came stock rigid this year. Yes, its a long fork.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Good job!

    Very nice work

    Thanks!


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    Great Pictures and Thank you for Sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibgordo
    Any more info on this bike? Crazy looking.
    I listened to its designer explain it for 20 minutes....

    the coolest thing I heard about and that made sense was the titanium rotor.

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