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    What's on your 29er Christmas List?

    Hopefully Santa Pulls through... Garmin Edge 500 and some new Ardents for the Mary SS.

    Oh yeah and some ESI silicone grips!

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    I have a Retrotec Classic frame on the top of my list.
    I have a feeling there's going to be a lump of coal in my stocking, though

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    Well some of mine I got early such as: a set of 355/ZTR wheels, 3T Arx-Team stem, Fox Flux helmet. The remaining items on my list: XT rear derailleur, XT 11-34 Cassette, Magura Marta SLs, a new saddle and a Salsa Pro Moto Carbon flat bar will have to wait until after.

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    JabberWocky Frame and DX Pedals !

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    Yelli Screamy
    Hopes/Flows

    I had Brown Santa drop them off already since I didn't want Kris Kringle to deal with packing such bulky items. I'd hate to see little Tommy's train not fit in the sleigh

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    a couple of missing teeth since my last ride

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    710mm low rise bars.
    70mm stem

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    x9 rear der., stans flows ,wtb seat. So far this month santa(myself) bought me casette, x9 shifters, xt crankse,t Reba team and ritchey superlogic bar.

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    X9 rear der and shifter and a pg990 cassette, thats what I'd like most but I'm pretty sure my wife bought me one of the new Specilized Phenom Comp seats.
    Hardrock 29er, Niner EMD9, Cannondale F29, Camber Expert, 650b Nickel all gone.
    2014 Giant Anthem 27.5 here.

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    some spokes and nipples (:-) ) so I can build my wheels and HOPEFULLY an OS Blackbuck frame and fork
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    Specialized Romin Team saddle, DT Revo spokes and Stans Crest rims.

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    On-One Scandal 29er

    But more realistically - new ESI Chunky grips, new Ritchey stem for my current ride

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    My Trek Sawyer.

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    ..sigh..My Carbon Flash....."Yes", I'm a dreamer.

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    Endura 29er riding jacket and Humvee shorts.
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    S-works 29er HT... sadly it won't be here until Feb or so. But still

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    I would love to get anything at all for bikes for Christmas, but it'll never happen. My wife has no hobbies and doesn't understand mine.
    I like turtles

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    For my Jabberwocky, I ask for Pancer Cross tires, so she may carry me on epic rail-to-trail rides in nasty weather come spring; also a framebag to carry my stuff on said epic rides.

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    Got two Santa's on the boards here..
    DubDryver - donated a headset to my build and sent out without any reimbursement for shipping cost or anything
    Boomn - has been holding an RST M29 fork for me for over a month off a purchase he made so I could save the money to pay for it for my upcoming build.
    Don't meet many guys like these two around here, if you see them definitely give them props!

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    My Form Cycles Ti lefty hardtail which UPS has and the delivery date is weds 12/22.

    Stans Crest rims.
    Project321 lefty front hub.

    Marry XMas to all.

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    My Lenz Leviathan "crash replacement" front triangle. This one is coming in black ano with polished black "graphics." Been waiting a long, long time......

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    "Santa" can't afford to get me any gifts this year unless "he" sells some of "his" currently listed goodies.

    But I know he has a RaceFace 32T SS chainring in his sleigh for me. (can't count that one as a gift it's was a "necessity" lol )
    I ..... need ..... DIRT!!!!!

    ... and cookies. :D

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    Chris King hubs and Stans with DT spokes....we can all dream right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYrr496
    I would love to get anything at all for bikes for Christmas, but it'll never happen. My wife has no hobbies and doesn't understand mine.
    You sound like me... pre-divorce. Good luck with that.

    Back on topic... won't happen 'til after Christmas but I'm talkin' about...
    [] '11 Turner Sultan frame
    [] New 120mm suspension fork (brand undecided)
    [] Dress-up goodies (Erickson seatpost, drivetrain, wheels)

    Lickin' forehead to 2011!

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    2011 slingshot 29er supposedly spring.
    Support your local bike shop !

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    A 29er of my own,so I can stop abusing my local LBS demo stump fsr.

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    Thanks Santa

    Santa found this NOS 2008 Scandium Kula 2-9 frame on Kona's site. It just happens to be my size. I decorated it with as many light bits as I had on hand. This short guy is fully commited to the big wheels. Looking forward to racing this bad boy! Thanks Santa!!
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    I've actually had two separate women contact me about items I've listed in order to buy them for their husbands for Christmas. One lucky guy is getting a pair of I9 singlespeed wheels and another lucky duck is getting a Karate Monkey. I guess the trick is to keep emailing a link to the ad to your wife or girlfriend. That's what worked for these guys.

    It's good timing too because Santa is building me some spiffy new wheels for my Blackbuck and I've gotta feeling he's gonna want some cash. He's lacing some White Industries hubs to a pair is Flows with Sapim spokes. Oh, and apparently he's brought us some good weather here in N Texas. Supposed to be close to 80 tomorrow.

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    Mine is post Christmas:
    Nimble 9!

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    The 2 sets of I9/flow wheel sets I have had on order for a long time would be nice.

    I have got my wife a new Jet9 running sram 2x10 with Arch rims so that will have her sorted.
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    a Thomson seatpost and stem coupled with FSA K-Force handlebar to slightly complete my bike... Santa could add a Reba or Fox fork with it to fully complete my bike...
    Padyak lang ng padyak!

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    ANY parts for my upcoming, first custom frame build!!!
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    Carbon rims, seeing that santa needs paid when you get to my age and i pay him .... i still cant justify $2000+ for enve's . Maybe mid year
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    2010 Flash Carbon 2- Oh wait, picked that up two weeks ago! It's going to be a fun spring.

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    A couple of (guilt-trip) free days to ride.
    "Even 100 years ago, adults didn't ride 26-inch wheels, only little children did." - Wes Williams

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    Nothing for Christmas, but my birthday is under a month away. For that it's an Ergon hydration pack.
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    My 29er Christmas list: A 29er.

    I sold my old Paraogn a few months ago with a plan to buy a brand new Specialized Stumpy HT Evo which has been harder to get than I thought.

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    Christmas came in the Fall with my Air9....and it feels like Christmas day everytime I ride it! I'll probably grab a helmet cam and extra tray for my 1up rack in the Spring. Santa has to focus money on the kids this time of year and pay for the big toys the rest of the year!

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    29" Transition Bandit.

    ......crap, not in production yet. Hopefully soon.

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    Milk Money
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    Stumpjump Expert EVO

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    front suspension, new wheel and a disk brake

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    Gas cards so I can afford to get to the trailheads.
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    Time to ride (more).

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    My new Eriksen It will be here soon!!

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    A black jabber to build before it warms up.
    im gonna sell my motorcycle to fund it. :-/ Not cool but the Mtb is more fun and less dangerous.
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    Santa was a little early.....that and my B-day was last week.

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    nice!
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by whoyawhit
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    an actual 29er. currently rocking a monstercross w/ risers

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    I ended up with a new El Mariachi frame AND a Titus Fireline Steel/Exo frame!

    The Titus is built and I have already ridden it a couple of times. The El Mariachi will be finished after Christmas. Same "Bombpop Blue" color as above.

    Sing with me: "It's the most wonderful time of the year....."
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    A new 29er handlebar stem.

    No, really I need a new stem. And yes, it's for my MCR9.

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    Just got my frame in today Santa came just in time!!!

    The frame was for X-Mas, the other parts pictured are what I had picked up over the last few months for the build.

    Tallboy Med. Black matte w/ Monarch RT3 ( thought it was the 3.3 but happy its the RT3!!!)
    Roval Control EL 29 w/ 36T DT Swiss upgrade
    Maxxis IKON 2.2 EXO
    Rockshox Reba 120 Team 20mm Tapered
    Cane Creek 110 tapered headset

    Swap overs from my Blur Carbon:

    SRAM X9 42/28 2x10
    SRAM X9 shifters 2x10
    SRAM X9 R. derailleur 2x10
    SRAM X9 F. derailleur 2x10
    SRAM XX 11-36 Cassette 10 speed
    SRAM 1091R Chain 10 speed
    Easton EC90 Carbon Zero Post
    Fizik Alianta Gamma XM Saddle
    Bontrager XXX Lite 90mm Stem, Carbon Spacers.
    Truvativ Noir WCS Carbon Low-Rise
    Answer Fall Line XC Lock-On grips
    Hayes Stroker Gram Carbon, Ti hardware
    Alligator Serration 160 rotors
    Shimano XT Pedals
    Specialized Rib Cage bottle cages.
    Jagwire Ripcord shifter cable housing

    Build will happen over the weekend..More pictures to come for the build
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    I'm getting White Bros Rock Solid Carbon Forks and Avid Speed Dial Ultimate brake levers for Christmas this year. In the coming months I will be finishing the bike off with Chris King Headset/f&r hubs, Syncros rims, Avid BB7s, and after that the bike is technically built...thread and pics when done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dubdryver
    Just got my frame in today Santa came just in time!!!

    The frame was for X-Mas, the other parts pictured are what I had picked up over the last few months for the build.

    Tallboy Med. Black matte w/ Monarch RT3 ( thought it was the 3.3 but happy its the RT3!!!)
    Roval Control EL 29 w/ 36T DT Swiss upgrade
    Maxxis IKON 2.2 EXO
    Rockshox Reba 120 Team 20mm Tapered
    Cane Creek 110 tapered headset

    Swap overs from my Blur Carbon:

    SRAM X9 42/28 2x10
    SRAM X9 shifters 2x10
    SRAM X9 R. derailleur 2x10
    SRAM X9 F. derailleur 2x10
    SRAM XX 11-36 Cassette 10 speed
    SRAM 1091R Chain 10 speed
    Easton EC90 Carbon Zero Post
    Fizik Alianta Gamma XM Saddle
    Bontrager XXX Lite 90mm Stem, Carbon Spacers.
    Truvativ Noir WCS Carbon Low-Rise
    Answer Fall Line XC Lock-On grips
    Hayes Stroker Gram Carbon, Ti hardware
    Alligator Serration 160 rotors
    Shimano XT Pedals
    Specialized Rib Cage bottle cages.
    Jagwire Ripcord shifter cable housing

    Build will happen over the weekend..More pictures to come for the build
    Nice.....if I call x4900 today...will I get crickets?

    No chance of me keeping up at Amelia anymore........
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    On my 29er Christmas list: more saddle time. My KM is perfect (though I would like a Reba or F29 to borrow for the upcoming 12hrs of Oleta.....the rigid will not be kind for that long).
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    On my 29er list is a Santa Cruz Tallboy with FSA cranks, Reverb seatpost, Sun Ringle Charger Pro wheels, Maxxis Ardent 2.4 tires, and XTR trail pedals. Wait, Santa visited me early! Now all I want is the time to ride it. Road season approaches rapidly, so the Tallboy will spend too much time waiting to go play, but I'll log some serious miles later in the summer.

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    Actually, just came from the Bike Shop Kev...and well..I got a sweet deal on a matching OE SRAM XO 39/24 Carbon Crank w/ carbon bash and Matching XO R/D while I was getting the headset cups pressed in and some compatible cages to work with the smaller space in between the top and down tube.

    More pictures on the way. I am completely stoked on this bike build!

    I am actually working Today and Christmas..bummer..its completely eating into my build time, and I want to be riding on Sunday!
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    Redline MOnocog, 29er FS (GF HiFi or Specialized Stumpjumper FSR), Park Tools Repair Stand (shop model or portable...not sure), Specialized shoes, Specialized insoles for the shoes, Reba 29er with 20mm Maxle. Now as for what I'll actually receive....but these are my wishes.
    Get off the couch and ride! :)

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    Fed Ex Santa just dropped this off...

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    My wife got me a GF Rumblefish II
    She says it's my Christmas 2010 present + my 2011 birthday + valentine & anniversary present... and I'm set till Christmas 2011 for presents... I think I'm good with that!

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    I want the new Ragley Carnegie's carbon bar for my Bander-snatch build. Also hoping for a new 29er fork -a Tora probably so we can fit it in our Christmas budget!
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    A new Pivot 429 in matte black with XTR 10 speed. It'll be here next week.

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    My 29er is going to get about 25 miles put on it on X-mas day

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    Merry Christmas to all! Santa is getting me a Kirmit green close out Jet9! What a guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gfs69
    Merry Christmas to all! Santa is getting me a Kirmit green close out Jet9! What a guy!
    I just built one up last week for a friend..it is so stoked, you are going to love it!!!! Congratz!
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    Got myself a Reba RLT and my little lady got me a set of Race Face bars and stem.
    Went from 90mm stem to 70mm stem and went from 660mm bars to 710mm.

    About 2 hours later everything is together and rides super nice around the basement floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubdryver
    Actually, just came from the Bike Shop Kev...and well..I got a sweet deal on a matching OE SRAM XO 39/24 Carbon Crank w/ carbon bash and Matching XO R/D while I was getting the headset cups pressed in and some compatible cages to work with the smaller space in between the top and down tube.

    More pictures on the way. I am completely stoked on this bike build!

    I am actually working Today and Christmas..bummer..its completely eating into my build time, and I want to be riding on Sunday!
    Bummer on the duty, but alas, it pays the bills Build looks good, looks like rain on Sunday though
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by watkinscapital
    Hopefully Santa Pulls through... Garmin Edge 500 and some new Ardents for the Mary SS.

    Oh yeah and some ESI silicone grips!
    Stoked the edge and I are headed out for an early ride. So stoked to actually get a little detail about my riding and heartrate.

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    A decent SS crank!

    Can't keep the left crankarm on my Stylo on, no matter how tight I pull the wrench!
    667...Neighbor of the Beast

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    My Wife's Jet9

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    Well I got a new Jet9 for my wife for Xmas.

    Jet9 Raw, Glow in the dark, Ya

    Sram 2 x 10
    Sram X9 cranks 175mm 26/39

    Sram X9 Med cage rear derailier

    Sram X7 front derailier

    Shamano XT 11-36 10 speed cassette

    Sram double tap flat bar shifters ( she likes to see what gear she is in on the gear desplay)

    Wheels,Stans no tubes Flow rims,DT comp spokes & Hope pro 2 hubs.

    ( I will be fitting 2.2 Race king tyres.

    Rockshox XX fork 20 mm Maxle.

    Avid Elixir CR Mag brakes with XX 185mm rotors front & rear.

    Rockshox Reverb seat post ( 380mm )

    FSA K-Force carbon riser bars 620mm wide.
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    I have a 6 Berth & 2 Berth Motorhomes that I rent out . They are based in Tauranga, New Zealand

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    Quote Originally Posted by watkinscapital
    Stoked the edge and I are headed out for an early ride. So stoked to actually get a little detail about my riding and heartrate.
    Stoked you're riding with the dude from U2!'

    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

    visit my blog, BEATS, BIKES & LIFE

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    Quote Originally Posted by appleSSeed
    Stoked you're riding with the dude from U2!'

    Good one.

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