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    Choosing a SS 29er. HELP!

    Any advice on how to choose a SS 29er when there is little to no possibility of test riding?
    I've researched the websites, read every single online review, talked to all the LBS dealers, but no one stocks them in SW Utah.
    Currently riding an old SS converted Giant CMT.
    Currently considering Salsa Selma and El Mariachi and Niner One 9 and SIR9 - but that could change tomorrow after I re-read more reviews

    Thanks for any advice.

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    spoiler alert.

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    VASSAGO JABBERWOCKY- wet cat geometry ROCKS!

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    new batch of these coming soon

    http://www.osbikes.com/bikes.html

    marvelous
    wherever you go, there you are

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    VASSAGO JABBERWOCKY- wet cat geometry ROCKS!
    What he said! You won't be disappointed!
    2008 Trek 69er SS
    2010 Vassago Jabberwocky SS

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    Doubt you can go wrong with any of the usual suspects if you know your size. Pick the components and paint you like best....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rojogonzo
    new batch of these coming soon

    http://www.osbikes.com/bikes.html

    marvelous
    Very cool looking bike. Thanks for posting up!.........Drew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce9er
    I 2nd this! I just got one 2 weeks ago with a White Bro's Carbon fork and I'm in love with mountain biking again after a 6 month road riding period!!

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    Try out one of the Haro(s) on the cheap! An Ally SS converted me to single speed joy! There are so many great bikes...take your time and ride a few if you ever get the chance, or buy a Redline or On One. Or go custom and build what you want...you can't go wrong unless you buy from an unknown dealer or individual. Good Luck!
    any time spent riding a bicycle is re-cycled goodness....

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