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    Small Frames for Small Riders

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    A certain number of riders search for 29ers for women 160cm and shorter, therefore please post your pictures of 16 and smaller inched 29ers. Preferably FS- these look comical.
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    Here's another re-do

    I posted this ~17 months ago. Since then, the bike's received American Classic wheels, an XTR crankset, and a nicer stem. The lad will be 13 in a few weeks, and (surprisingly) isn't wanting anything else, yet. He outclimbed the entire group yesterday on this, in some really mucky conditions, if I may brag for a moment.......


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    Here's my comical Small Leviathan (22.5" ETT):



    More photos of this and my similarly-sized Vulture at https://wriconsult.com/bike/lev.html
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    My 29ers are 16" and 15.5" respectively, sorry no pics.

    Also check out Lorenza Menapace page for pictures (it's in Italian), http://www.lorenzamenapace.it/ . She's about 4'9, got a 5th place in the women category at the 2007 24h of Moab, first race ever on a 29er, a stock niner emd. She chose not to race her own 26er because she was doing faster times on the emd. She had never been on a 29er until a few days before the race, therefore she knew nothing about them, including that 29ers are for tall people only and she's not supposed to go faster on one

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    Quote Originally Posted by dblspeed
    My 29ers are 16" and 15.5" respectively, sorry no pics.

    Also check out Lorenza Menapace page for pictures (it's in Italian), https://www.lorenzamenapace.it/ . She's about 4'9, got a 5th place in the women category at the 2007 24h of Moab, first race ever on a 29er, a stock niner emd. She chose not to race her own 26er because she was doing faster times on the emd. She had never been on a 29er until a few days before the race, therefore she knew nothing about them, including that 29ers are for tall people only and she's not supposed to go faster on one
    She looks taller than 4'9" and is that a special sized EMD for her? The front end looks to be different - but maybe that's what a small sized EMD looks like?

    great looking bike and rider too!


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    15.5 Supercaliper Team
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    Here's my 16" in it's current state. I've got some fresh hubs n' hoops for it.


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    Devin's first small Lenzsport Behemoth.... Top tube is 22.8" and standover is 29.6" at the lowest spot by the saddle. I am 5'7", wear 33" inseam jeans, and have little extra room on this bike so this "small" frame is defintely not for a tiny person.
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    A couple 16 inchers

    Here's our 16 inch race bikes. The shorter one of us is 5' 1"
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    Here are a few (customer supplied) pics of a frame we did for someone 5'3". I don't recall what the ST length is because ETT is what I use to size the bike. Her ETT was 22.8" and her bar drop was zero (equal to her seat height). This was important to her to prevent the "sit up and beg" position.




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    My Wife's 16" Misfit DiSSent

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    my wifes dissent...it happens to be a real-live 15.3" not that freak 16" BWB mentioned.

    she loves it so much she wont put pedals on it...not that the weather has anything to do with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    She looks taller than 4'9" and is that a special sized EMD for her? The front end looks to be different - but maybe that's what a small sized EMD looks like?

    great looking bike and rider too!

    Says she's 161cm, 5'3"

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    07 Kona Kula 2-9, 16" that I built up a few months ago.
    Standover height is still about 27".


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    My 16" Karate Monkey.

    I'm 5'6", 140 lbs....

    You ran this race with no real heart
    Yeah right back at the start
    You'd already lost it

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    here's mine. small SIR9. I'm 5'5" and my inseam is @29 1/2 inches. this frame
    just fits
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    Tiny 29er frame and fork by Chris Igleheart.



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    hi, i'm lorenza....m'i 1.61 cm



    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    She looks taller than 4'9" and is that a special sized EMD for her? The front end looks to be different - but maybe that's what a small sized EMD looks like?

    great looking bike and rider too!


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    HI Lorenza, what size niner are you riding? I am 5'2"
    thanks
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    Rick Hunter's got a pic of small 29er frame he just finished, posted on his blog at:
    http://huntercycles.blogspot.com/200...-down-low.html

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    Hi THenne, i ride a S Size!!! A Niner Air

    David ma ciao!!!! Bell'italiano! i'll think that l'll race with a jet9 and a Air!!! my current bike weight 9.6 kg!!


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    small (11") Black Sheep

    Great standover clearance with 430mm A-C fork and curved top tube.
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    13" FatBike

    28" Standover height. 21.5" ETT. Shown with both sets of wheels.
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    Female Rider is 5'6"

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    This is my 16" again (completed this time).

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    15" Voodoo Dambala (2005)

    Rider is 5'2"
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    i'm 5'5"

    my waltworks
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    I am ALMOST 5'4 well more like 5 31/2 and had the privilege of riding a Spot Brand 29er Carbon Drive "Belt Drive" for about 24 hours during the Kona 24 hours at the Old Pueblo... Not only was the bike ridiculously fun the drive train was silent... The conditions were less than ideal, with mud and water and dirt .. and for 24 hours .. silence.

    Here's a link to a picture ..
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    the blog and the picture

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    did you paint the crank arms yourself? These bikes look GREAT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feathed
    Great standover clearance with 430mm A-C fork and curved top tube.
    W O W , P R E T T Y!

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    im 5'6

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    Hey all - just got back from my first spring ride of the year! Here's my Willits 29er. 11" seat tube and 21.5" top tube. I heart my bike:
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    Here is my small sir9..





    I`m pretty short for a fella at 5`7 . The bike fits me perfect with a 70mm stem. It handles the realy rocky stuff realy well and I`m a 29`er convert. Strangley enough, I ride this faster than my full bouncer 26`er??

    I would say you could get away with this setup for ladies @ 5`5 with longer legs than mine (I have 29 inch inseam). The 70mm stem proberbly helps in the corners with the big wheels without being " twitchy ". My bars are 710mm so there is another place you could save some stretch with a narrower bar.

    There was a few things I though I would proberbly change with the setup but I was realy lucky I guess and apart from the lack of gears at the moment its spot on.
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    Another thread on short persons on 29ers
    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=370509

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    My wifes amazing Spicer. Unreal bike using a 26" Pace RC31 fork.

    wow, this hurts more than it used to.

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    Attachment 348364I have a 15.5 fisher paragon and I am 5'6". I love my bike.
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    Small GF Cobia

    What a great thread!! I am 5'3" and no one told me that 29ers were for tall people! I LUV this bike! I have been riding it since January 2006 and was just starting my 3rd racing season on it when it got creamed by a car. Grrrrr

    Here is my bike when it was still a beauty:





    I don't normally carry around cow skulls.. that was my 1st place trophy.

    Here is the Cobia as of 03/30/08: RIP


    More photos and the story of what happened at:
    https://jrmints.com/blog/?p=8

    I'm looking for replacement ideas.. so really going to study this discussion thread. Thanks!!

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    glad to hear that you are OK! I did cringe when I saw your bike snapped in two... kept picturing mine... might have to have little funeral, egh

    I saw a pic of some pink disk brakes and they have flower cut outs on the cylinders... you should get them... I can't justify the $$$... besides a car would never hit something so pretty.

    Have you decided what you are going to get?

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    First, your bike was destroyed on my birthday, go figure. Second, consider Spicer Cycles. he did a GREAT job on my wifes bike. Affordable and custom.
    wow, this hurts more than it used to.

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    Here is my 16" On One Inbred 29er. I'm 5'6".




    More pics on cyclofiend https://www.cyclofiend.com/ssg/2007/...etsoi0807.html

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    Small Stumpjumper comp 29 ss

    717mm standover, 23.4 lbs stock after ss conversion
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    I was thinking of getting my wife a 29'r but looking at each and every one of these photos the seats are lower than the bars...what gives? eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whattheheck
    the seats are lower than the bars...what gives? eh?
    Flip the stem upside-down and you''ll get the bars lower.

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    15.5 Stumpjumper HT

    Here's my 15.5 inch (small) Stumpjumper HT set up rigid single speed. 21.78 lbs! I'm 5'3" with about a 28.5-29" inseam and the fit is awesome!
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    Small Seven...comical?

    This is my new toy..small (custom) fulll xtr...thompson stem, post, juicy 7...
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    Quote Originally Posted by seventwentyniner
    This is my new toy..small (custom) fulll xtr...thompson stem, post, juicy 7...
    Definitely not comical. Looks spot on to my eyes!!

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    Pinkalicious

    She's not comical, just beautiful!

    I'm 5' with a 27.75" inseam. James of Black Sheep bikes created an 11" ST and curvy lines for me. pink Hope Mono Mini's, 14 speed internally geared hub and 4" front and rear.
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    And at the end of the day, she smelled of dirt.

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    Hey Feathed!

    Quote Originally Posted by feathed
    Great standover clearance with 430mm A-C fork and curved top tube.

    Lovin' the Blacksheep!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesenator
    Lovin' the Blacksheep!
    x2. So many great bikes in this thread
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    Of course the easiest way to fix this is to go for a hike.
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    My wife is 5'2" any suggestions
    Why are there so many threads about cheap ass bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabulous
    She's not comical, just beautiful!

    I'm 5' with a 27.75" inseam. James of Black Sheep bikes created an 11" ST and curvy lines for me. pink Hope Mono Mini's, 14 speed internally geared hub and 4" front and rear.

    That bike is the coolest mini,FS,IGH, Ti bike I have ever seen. There is a lot of great design going on there. Please post more pics, and a ride report.

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    No more pics yet...

    because my camera got stolen from our rig while I was on a ride and I haven't gotten around to replacing it yet, but I can give a ride report...

    I'll post up some close ups of some of the components when I actually get off my bike and but myself a camera. She's got a polished Phil Wood front hub and BB, DaVinci cranks,14 speed Rohloff, and amazing pivotless rear suspension system. (www.blacksheepbikes.com)

    My fiance had her built for me as an engagement present instead of a big fancy ring. Diamonds are overrated, bikes are so much better! He put on every part he's every wanted to put on a bike on my bike.

    She makes me so HAPPY I haven't ridden my 26" FS since Pinkalicious made her debut. She climbs like there's no tomorrow. Now that I've gotten used to turning the bigger wheels I rarely use my granny gear. Then there is the descending! She's the fastest bike I've ever ridden. I've always been the slowest in the group when I ride with others, but now I'm riding on their shirttails and sometimes having to brake so as not to cause a train-wreck. Switchbacks are cake both climbing and descending. Rolling over rocks, roots and step-ups is immensely easier with the bigger wheels.

    She's as tough as she is pretty, too. I attempted to leave a full frontal imprint on the trail last week while taking a banked corner at about 20mph. The bike escaped without a scratch, but my shoulder is still not working right...
    And at the end of the day, she smelled of dirt.

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    whattheheck: I was thinking of getting my wife a 29'r but looking at each and every one of these photos the seats are lower than the bars...what gives? eh?

    This is the main problem with 29ers and very short people. I am 5'6", ride a Medium Misfit and Superfly and I need an inverted 17 deg stem to get the bar (flat bars) level with my seat. And I could not go to a small size because I like a long TT (I use 100mm stems on my bikes).
    My rides:
    Lynskey Ti Pro29 SS
    RM Suzi Q 90 RSL
    KHS Team 29
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    KHS CX 550 cyclocross

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    Quote Originally Posted by serious
    and I need an inverted 17 deg stem to get the bar (flat bars) level with my seat. And I could not go to a small size because I like a long TT (I use 100mm stems on my bikes).
    What about inverted riser bars?

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    Inverted riser bars (such as Mary bar) do not provide a grip angle that I like. I like the grips to be angle at 45 deg, towards the rider. It is best for my wrists and I can achieve it with a bar that has a slight (9-12 deg) sweep, which I twist to 45 deg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by serious
    whattheheck: [b]I was thinking of getting my wife a 29'r but looking at each and every one of these photos the seats are lower than the bars...what gives? eh?
    Notice that most of these bikes belong to women, and we don't want you looking down our jerseys! So we like our seats lower than the bars.
    And at the end of the day, she smelled of dirt.

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    Singletrack Magazine | Santa Cruz Superlight 29 - First Ride
    First ride. Note that this frame comes in S size and is very short in TT and lots of standover.

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    Seriously considering surprising my wife with a Small Superlight 29........


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    Do you have more pictures of that SC Superlight ?
    Probably the smallest 29-er rider in the Dutch Mountains.

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    Took a SC SL29er (Dxr) out for a quick spin yesterday (Med. size frame). Will place an order shortly, for a Rxc.

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    looking for a small 29er as well - any one have a 11' Gary Fisher/Trek X-Caliber they want to sell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by serious View Post
    whattheheck: I was thinking of getting my wife a 29'r but looking at each and every one of these photos the seats are lower than the bars...what gives? eh?

    This is the main problem with 29ers and very short people. I am 5'6", ride a Medium Misfit and Superfly and I need an inverted 17 deg stem to get the bar (flat bars) level with my seat. And I could not go to a small size because I like a long TT (I use 100mm stems on my bikes).
    This is the same problem I have as well. I'm just under 5'8", 30.5" inseam, and long arms. I can't get a 29er to fit me well at all. After trying out several 17.5" size 29ers, I still prefer the fit and ride of my 26er.

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    5'7" here, here's my small Niner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davidcopperfield View Post
    My girlfriend is 5'3" and, with an inline post and a 45mm stem and wide flat bar that combine to give great handling, the bike is a shade under 23lb and a little rocket ship!





    As per above, full spec and more photos and words HERE

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    It's a pity that SC does not make an S Tallboy. They could use the same geometry and get many potential riders onto 29ers. S Tallboy LT/c would reguire an upside down riser handle bars- dropper bars.
    http://forums.mtbr.com/29er-componen...rs-744348.html

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    10 yr old kid on a 29er. He's riding the small Specialized Fate so he can get the low stand over height. All his lap times droped considerably after switching to the 29er.
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    Okay fine, but he needs XS, TT- 15-20mm shorter TT, minus 25mm drop on the bars-negative riserlike (try custom) and like 30mm more standover. Feasible without toe overlap due to the rider's feet being small enough to clear 29" wheel.
    The fork on the Fate has 51mm offset which decreases the trail and allows for faster steerung. This bike is fine for someone over 153cm of height. Anyway he will grow very fast and will fit better and better everyday.

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    heres my small overdrive 16", im 5'5" 30" inseam

    the weather is here wish you were beautiful

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    Nice to see all of the "shorter" people riding 29ers. I think this will be the way to go when I get my wife on the trails...

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    yep, it does look funny LOL
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