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    I did not see...

    ...this nonexistent bike today











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    Hey... I recognize that guy!

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    Is it really not going to be pink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caseyls
    Is it really not going to be pink?

    Honestly? No idea. I doubt it, though.

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    Honestly? No idea. I doubt it, though.

    Too bad...I'd buy one in a heartbeat...if it were PINK. Oh well....
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    I have heard of the triangle, but triple post...come on shiggy
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    The bike looks beautiful but that guy behind it...

    where the heck did you find him? Throw him away and keep the photos coming. That is one scary dude. Maybe tell Kevin to get a tan.

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    Whoah, Kona's gonna do the Two-Nine, eh?

    And it looks like a SS to boot. Jeesh, the combined power of the two most passionate niches in mt. biking are probably losing it as I type this!! Seriously though, that looks cool. Hey, is Zocchi making any forks for 29'ers? No offense to the Rock Shox guys, but I'm a 'zocchi fan through and through.

    Chers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooby-doo
    where the heck did you find him? Throw him away and keep the photos coming. That is one scary dude. Maybe tell Kevin to get a tan.

    Kevin doesn't like the sun. It rains all the time up here, you know...

    Besides, we don't like to let him out too much, he des scare people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebxtreme
    ... Hey, is Zocchi making any forks for 29'ers? No offense to the Rock Shox guys, but I'm a 'zocchi fan through and through.

    Chers,
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    They did and have stopped. Reports are the Reba is better in all respects than the old Marzocchi 29" forks. Lighter, stiffer and better action.

    White Brothers is the other player in big wheel sussy forks. They even have a 100mm through axle (20 mm) model.
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    that is a very cool looking bike

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    Love it. I'm saving already, and to think i was about to buy a 2ndhand 26" Unit, sheesh

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    ...patiently waiting.

    I can't wait to get mine!!
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