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    Makeover of the Epic Comp 29er in full white

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    What, No White Rims?

    I'm going the other way with my Epic, swapping out white parts for other colors. What you're doing is cool, thanks for the pics!

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    Menzo,

    Very nice look!

    What brand/type white bar ends are those?

    Also, are you pleased with your Crossmax's?

    Cheers F29r

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    Bar ends are Ritchey WCS white - 65 grams.



    I think the C29ssmax are the best wheels available on the market. I can't be happier.
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    Do you think Mavic is going to come up with white wheels ;-)

    I don't replace these bombproof-superlight C29ssmax

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    Spec makes some nice white bar end plugs, the shop put em on my road bike.

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    Spec makes some nice white bar end plugs, the shop put em on my road bike.
    Not, it's useless weight that will slow me down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menzo
    Not, it's useless weight that will slow me down

    filling the bars with dirt in a crash or taking a core sample of your thigh might slow ya down a little too.

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    The build looks great!

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    Wow, that ride is whiter than a newborn baby's butt!

    Beautiful!
    fee-fy-fo-fum...

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    Why is everything so clean?

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    It looks light. How much does it weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalls
    Why is everything so clean?
    Because he cleans it.

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    It looks light. How much does it weigh?
    It is 25.5 lbs on the pictures with the Schwalbe Furious Fred but with bigger mtb tires (Kenda Karma 1.9 for example) the weigh is 26.3 pounds and up

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