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    Eurobike pictures

    i don't have the time for a report yet, but you can already find my pictures here:


    http://twentyniner.free.fr/photos/Pe...obike_2009/29/

    I missed the Intense tracer (taken my a magazine !), and also the paduano singlespeed with the belt, and another mysterious titanium frame with a rolholf and a german A kilo fork.
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    The paduano i was talking about (with a rolholf)
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    ant the tracer

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    yu can notice that i discovered a new 29 tire, the gripster, that i had never heard about before
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    I dig the frame on that Paduano, esp the seatmast, but the gimmicky wheel lacing can go directly to hell.

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    thx for the pics!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20.100 FR
    ant the tracer

    That by the way is a prototype of the Tracer taken at the Intense factory. The final version shown at Eurobike has a monocoque frame like the 26" Tracer VP.

    Ronnie.
    The trouble with having an open mind is that people will insist on trying to put things in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syl3
    Anyone know more about this Ti fork?

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    claimed weight 970 gr on www.nevi.it

    looks better in black than raw


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    Quote Originally Posted by supersize
    Anyone know more about this Ti fork?
    Looks like a 26" unless Schwalbe debuted a new tire.
    I'm covered in beer.

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    That 29" Intense Tracer is one sexy lookin' glass of Kool Aid.
    No moss...

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    I think this is not the picture that was intended to be posted.

    Nevi do make a 29er, you can see on my picture here:
    https://twentyniner.free.fr/photos/P...09/29/nevi.jpg
    that it has a special dropout that take the difference in height when you change the size of the whell
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    Polish 29er from Kross:






































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    photos of the german::A fork if possible please. i can't get enough of seeing that thing. tire clearance on the 29er version would be great too.

    good photos! thanks for uploading them. the paduanos are gorgeous!

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    Last I'd heard the Santa Cruz Tallboy destined for Eurobike had been stolen. Did they get it back? If so, good for them, if not I'm glad they were able to get another one completed so quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20.100 FR

    The paduano i was talking about (with a rolholf)
    WOW! I haven't seen wheels with twisted spokes like that in 15 YEARS.

    An old friend on mine used to be the team mechanic for Clark Kent and he used to build all there wheels like that.

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    nice rides, great pics. I would be curoius to know the weight on that s works!

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    Nice stuff. Was anyone from Europe actually taking 29'ers more seriously this year from what you could tell? I hope so, especially, after the BIKE Germany 29'er review.

    That Red Specialized is sweet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 Speed
    Nice stuff. Was anyone from Europe actually taking 29'ers more seriously this year from what you could tell? I hope so, especially, after the BIKE Germany 29'er review.

    That Red Specialized is sweet!
    Nope Mike, I was esspecially interested in exactly the same. And I spend all days over there. Very very few took care for the 29er theme. But Ive seen guys talking about their bikes and the fancy belt drives but simply forgot to say a word about the bigger wheelsize on the rig. This happened in front of journalists.

    Yes, there are some more 29ers and some more related components. Nope, noone wants to care bout that.

    There were 4 twentyniner at the demoday. 2 Specialized (a fully a hardtail) and 2 IF-Bikes Ken Bloomer brought for testing. One was his personal rig. Beautyful btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silentfoe
    Last I'd heard the Santa Cruz Tallboy destined for Eurobike had been stolen. Did they get it back? If so, good for them, if not I'm glad they were able to get another one completed so quickly.
    Whole crazy story is here:

    http://www.santacruzbicycles.com/104bronson/?p=567

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooka
    Nope Mike, I was esspecially interested in exactly the same. And I spend all days over there. Very very few took care for the 29er theme. But Ive seen guys talking about their bikes and the fancy belt drives but simply forgot to say a word about the bigger wheelsize on the rig. This happened in front of journalists.

    Yes, there are some more 29ers and some more related components. Nope, noone wants to care bout that.

    There were 4 twentyniner at the demoday. 2 Specialized (a fully a hardtail) and 2 IF-Bikes Ken Bloomer brought for testing. One was his personal rig. Beautyful btw.

    There was also the Zaskar 9er
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    Have you notice also on my picture, that the giant bike is an "alliance", with the bottom in aluminium, and the top tube, seat tube and seat stays in carbon ?
    I heard only of full aluminium bikes before.
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    i have some more pics:







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    EuroBike

    Any Shots of the Rohloff Booth available?

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    This looks like a bike from GT’s new Sensor FS range except it isn’t one of the colours shown on the website and it has the TN-719 rim so…GT Sensor 29er @ Eurobike?

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    Chum Bucket Red is cool

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