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    2019 Niner RLT9 steel. Just got her a few weeks ago, two rides on her, already converted to 1x11 and 650b wheels and tires (Stanís Crest). Felt like the front end could use some more suppleness (#thesupplelife lol) and traction, and didnít want too much toe overlap as I was already experiencing it with 700x38c tires.

    Went 1x11 because I donít much like front deraillieurs and I live in a fairly flat place.

    (Edit) Still waiting on the front rotor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FeedTheWolf View Post


    2019 Niner RLT9 steel. Just got her a few weeks ago, two rides on her, already converted to 1x11 and 650b wheels and tires (Stanís Crest). Felt like the front end could use some more suppleness (#thesupplelife lol) and traction, and didnít want too much toe overlap as I was already experiencing it with 700x38c tires.

    Went 1x11 because I donít much like front deraillieurs and I live in a fairly flat place.

    (Edit) Still waiting on the front rotor.


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    Nice ride! Out of curiosity, why the two different bar tapes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumbotron View Post
    Nice ride! Out of curiosity, why the two different bar tapes?
    Itís actually just one bar tape, Supacaz Star Fade, check it out on the google! Although mine may be done wrong on the part where the color changes, I dunno.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FeedTheWolf View Post
    Itís actually just one bar tape, Supacaz Star Fade, check it out on the google! Although mine may be done wrong on the part where the color changes, I dunno.


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    I didn't know that stuff existed. Sweet!

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    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    That's solid!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    That's solid!
    Obviously built to be light, no bar tape!

    I like. Details?

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    Out doing a little Warbirding today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by z1r View Post
    Obviously built to be light, no bar tape!

    I like. Details?
    Still fiddling with riding position and placement of levers.

    It feels light and is no heavier than it needs to be, but I haven't weighed it. However, although I wasn't aiming for a weight weenie build, I had lightness in mind during the build because it has to be lifted over lots of fences, or be shouldered across bogs and unrideable terrain.

    Obviously it's singlespeed - running 42/19.

    Frame is an On-One Scandal 29er (Scandium version). It's about 12 years old, so it's old style steep head angle. I have steepened it further by using a shorter fork which has the benefit of giving another 3mm of trail.

    Main components are Middleburn cranks, Crank Bros ISIS BB (I love those ), BB7 brakes, SDG I-Beam saddle and post. Handlebars are the new On-One Brian which seem ideal for this use.

    Wheels are homebuilt, Hope hubs, Easton Arc 40 rims, and 50mm Stans Crow tyres. The rim technically is too large for a 50mm tyre, but I had a theory that the increase in volume given would counter any possible disadvantage, eg normally there's the loss of engagement of side lugs when you put a tyre on a rim that's too wide, but this tyre has minimal tread. It works well with the tyre run at 22-25psi on tubes, and I won't be changing to narrower rims although I have them.

    As it stands the only change I am likely to make is the brakes. Nothing wrong with them, but the rear BB7 limits the chain adjustment because the brake arm touches the seatstay at rest, so it will be replaced with TRP Spyres.
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    Bianchi Gravel bike

    My Bianchi Orso 105. My first bike and so far I really enjoy it. Only had it for a few months now and its fun to ride pavement/dirt roads/trails on. After 40 years of running and then wrecking my knee, this has been 'therapeutic' in many ways.Post Your Gravel Bike Pictures-bike.jpg

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    Sorry, but how do I add a picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjagr View Post
    Sorry, but how do I add a picture?
    Click on "advanced" by the bottom of where you post, and attach it.
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    NINER RLT Apex. Going to slap an Absolute Black ring on as my next upgrade, other than that sheís staying stock


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    Nice looking bike! Steel Frame?

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    My new ride.

    Enjoying riding without snow on the ground!
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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zdr View Post
    Nice looking bike! Steel Frame?
    Aluminum with a carbon fork


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    Long time underbiker.

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    ^^^ Nice. Aero rims with gravel knobbies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothmoose View Post
    ^^^ Nice. Aero rims with gravel knobbies.
    Yeah, the SES 4.5 is a versatile wheelset.

    Sometimes it's running smooth 28s, usually file tread 32s, and sometimes knobby 40s.

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    Why Cycles R+

    Here is my Why Cycles R+, set up in gravel/singletrack mode with new 27.5 x 2.1" Thunder Burts, Rodeo Labs Spork 2.0, and a Red Shift ShockStop stem...

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    There was some gravel involved, somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NordieBoy View Post
    There was some gravel involved, somewhere.
    Classic NZ, end of the road, ride. What part of New Zealand is this?

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    If I don't make an attempt, how will I know if it will work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Malcolm View Post
    Classic NZ, end of the road, ride. What part of New Zealand is this?

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    Basically ran out of NZ
    That's Stewart Island in the distance.

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    Welcome. I thought that looked familiar.
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    Raleigh Amelia

    My morning commute across the Bay Bridge from Prince Edward County to Bellevill, Ontario.
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    Don't know why it auto-rotated my first pic and is not letting me delete it. Sorry
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    nice ridding without worrying about ice and snow for a change :)

    warmest day I have had in a long time, 80 miles at almost 80 degrees :thumbs:


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    Two gravel bikes, one for bike packing and one for light duty
    Enjoy the ride...

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    Itís hard to beat spring time in Vermont. Ski in the morning and gravel grind after lunch.




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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    Itís hard to beat spring time in Vermont. Ski in the morning and gravel grind after lunch.




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    man, that road looks perfect...untouched!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    Itís hard to beat spring time in Vermont. Ski in the morning and gravel grind after lunch.




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    Matt - your living the dream! Diggin the tranny conversion to drop bar

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    Bulls Grinder hitting the fireroads at Blue Hills outside of Boston

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTSession View Post
    Itís hard to beat spring time in Vermont. Ski in the morning and gravel grind after lunch.




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    What kind of bike is that?

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    From this weekends adventures.

    Bike is a blast to ride.

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    Still loving the RXM!

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    Love this bike!
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    ^^Nice!! All City really makes beautiful and awesome bikes!
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    My Commuter:

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    The Bike the MMD replaced after 22 years of service:

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    Single Speeding through Rio Grande Gorge state park:

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    Single Speeding just after the snow melt:

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