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    1st 29er - Niner MCR

    Hello all-

    I love it. This is my favorite build so far. OCLV 5200s, CAADs, xc hardtails... The Niner MCR is a great bike and I have been having a blast on it. Out on the trail, this thing was dynamite uphill over loose drainage areas. Point and pedal, the bike tracks.

    Right now she is 22.1lbs. After some miles, I am going to cut the handlebars a bit and also look for a short cage RD. Love the bike, Niner really puts out a great product.

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    NIce job man. nice colour, solid gold with white.

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    Nice bike. Nice build. If you ever replace the saddle, a white one might look nice with what you got going on...Enjoy!

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    She'd be even faster with some Aspens or Racing Ralphs

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    Yeah, a white saddle for visual balance. Otherwise, rockin'.

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    Thanks guys. I agree, a white saddle would balance the bike out. Saving some cash. Still dropping the chain a bit. Currently running a third eye chain watcher and a raceface bash guard and I dropped the chain last night jumping over a rock fence. :/

    Also looking to run tubeless and break the 21lbs mark, not that it matters...

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