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    WFO it says, WFO it does

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    Rode the RIP last year and loved it. However this bike is so much more fun in Pisgah. Everything technical happens in slow motion on this bike.
    Here's a pack of matches, go play in the street

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    Sweet Ride! Please Niner release the WFO in carbon.

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    Yup. I have upgraded to the same suspension this year on my WFO and it just rides even better than before. Enjoy!

    -Nolan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin+M View Post
    Sweet Ride! Please Niner release the WFO in carbon.
    That would be a weapon for sure.

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    Nice bike

    I really like the Torch wheels as well.


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    Rode the RIP last year and loved it. However this bike is so much more fun in Pisgah. Everything technical happens in slow motion on this bike.

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    Ric,

    nice ride.

    How are those torch wheels? I am heavy and looking for some stiff wheels, wondering how much you weight and what your thoughts are on the strengh,

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by motoguru2007 View Post
    Ric,

    nice ride.

    How are those torch wheels? I am heavy and looking for some stiff wheels, wondering how much you weight and what your thoughts are on the strengh,

    Thanks
    The wheels are fantastic. I'm only 160 and my bag is generally very heavy and there's some pretty rough terrain here in pisgah. I just wanted a super wide, responsive wheelset that I could be confident in it's durability. So far I've only had to touch them up once and I've been pounding them all over, hitting square edges and big rocks and they're straight as ever. We've got a monster of a man riding these wheels too and they're holding up great under him.
    Here's a pack of matches, go play in the street

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    Sweet Sweet Bike !!!

    I'm loving my Refrigerator WFO ;-)

    G

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    Quote Originally Posted by ric-the-mountainbike View Post
    The wheels are fantastic. I'm only 160 and my bag is generally very heavy and there's some pretty rough terrain here in pisgah. I just wanted a super wide, responsive wheelset that I could be confident in it's durability. So far I've only had to touch them up once and I've been pounding them all over, hitting square edges and big rocks and they're straight as ever. We've got a monster of a man riding these wheels too and they're holding up great under him.
    1:that is a bad looking ride!!!!
    2:im 6'6", how large is this manimal riding these wheels? im considering i9 gravity 29s for my next ride.

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