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    Good job! Post those pics.........

    Let's see those snow bikes. Who rides what?

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    20" Surly Karate Monkey 29'er..

    What's your ride?.. Looks like a Titus w/SnowCats. am I right? Tough to tell from the pic.

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    Here is one...

    with the Snowcats, lights and Float RL. Now running a 5th coil in place of the Float.
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    You are right...........

    Quote Originally Posted by damion
    with the Snowcats, lights and Float RL. Now running a 5th coil in place of the Float.
    It is a Riddler w/cats. It has studs on it now as I did an upper hillside road ride the other day. Normally I run fatties. How do you like the 29'er? It sure seems like many people around here are converting to big wheels.

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    here's my 5-Spot

    But its not setup for snow. I have a set of snowcat rims and a front hub, I need a rear hub and the wheels built. But I just bought the Maverick fork and I'm getting ready to get a new vehicle so I'm a bit tapped out right now, don't know if I can get the cats built in time to actually use them. I'm also considering a Karate Monkey for commuting/winter riding, so I'm not sure what I'm gonna do with the cats.
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    Let us know how the Maverick works out.

    Quote Originally Posted by AK Chris
    But its not setup for snow. I have a set of snowcat rims and a front hub, I need a rear hub and the wheels built. But I just bought the Maverick fork and I'm getting ready to get a new vehicle so I'm a bit tapped out right now, don't know if I can get the cats built in time to actually use them. I'm also considering a Karate Monkey for commuting/winter riding, so I'm not sure what I'm gonna do with the cats.
    BTW it looks to me like it is time for some custom hydro line work. Is it me, or is the front a little short, and the rear a little long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkDave
    How do you like the 29'er? It sure seems like many people around here are converting to big wheels.
    Dave
    "lovin' it!
    Geared or Single Speed,.. it really cooks compared to my 26" SS.
    I feel more like part of the bike when I'm on the 29'er.. 'Not all perched above it, like I was on my 26" bike.
    The Monkey handles great on singletrack & seems to roll forever..
    I'm running Motoraptor 2.1"s & was able to clean all the climbs on my ride yesterday.
    They hook up really well, but I still can't wait for some fatties to be available in 29".
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    my bike...

    Here is some pics of my bike... it's an airborne b29, i like it a lot...
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    New question here. Is that an Airborne Ti fork?

    Nice looking bike Bill. Do you know the axel/crown measurement of the fork? I did talk to Pat about a ti fork for my 26'er before interbike. I would guess the ti fork is stiff enough for winter riding.....do you recommend it?
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    fork...

    Yep, I just got it a few days ago. Itís 475mm. Iíve only had it out on one good ride so far, but I really love the way it feelsÖ I put some photos of it up on 29er forum. http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=6905


    Quote Originally Posted by AkDave
    Nice looking bike Bill. Do you know the axel/crown measurement of the fork? I did talk to Pat about a ti fork for my 26'er before interbike. I would guess the ti fork is stiff enough for winter riding.....do you recommend it?
    Dave

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