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    New question here. Is it April 14th yet?

    The suspense is killing me.

    Almost 113% positive it's an Ibis Commuter Bike.
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    no, and not likely
    litespeed's break

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    It must be the 14th somewhere on earth by now...

    "I must not be crazy because I'm seriously questioning my sanity"

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    5am April 14 in Japan.

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    8:17 am in Australia (East coast)...so what's the news

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    dammit

    This is another painful example of American Exceptionalism!
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    They have told no inside info to their dealers--I'm waiting patiently for tomorrow morning...

    if you look at their line up they are missing 4 full suspension bikes: 1) 29er 2)DH 3)Park Bike 4) XC bike

    Since they said it's not a 29er, and the Park Bike is too close to the HD already I would say it's either a DH bike or an XC bike.

    That's if it is a full susser, which I would bet on.

    or maybe it's a 32 inch wheel trail eater
    Kona Wo for Fat Biking, Ibis HD3 for Trail Shredding, Merckx Road bike for collecting dust

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    I am still betting on a disc Luggi

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    that would be cool, but what would I do with the luggi I just bought for cross season last year--which is beyond awesome already?
    Kona Wo for Fat Biking, Ibis HD3 for Trail Shredding, Merckx Road bike for collecting dust

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    Tranny 29er. Easiest to produce and release soon.
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    It's a Cf fat bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottybinwv
    It's a Cf fat bike.
    dang... you got it.

    the word is out.

    Might as well fess'up... it's a DW link, 110mm travel Fatbike. With custom carbon 110mm Dorado forks with clearance for an Endo' (or even larger?) on a 100mm rim. And with those new Ibis/Enve 100mm wide carbon fat rims... WOW!

    And who's idea was it to buy up all the Race Face Next SL cranks and widen the Ti spindle to 100mm? And who convinced The Hive to build a carbon Chub hub shell for a Rohloff? Amazing!

    Very cool.

    Elvis.
    (oh how I wish...)

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    I agree, the suspense is painful! Having just built and ridden the finest Fatbike (i.e Fatbike.com) I beg to differ. Hard to see a carbon frame eclipsing the aluminum hydroformed version in place, especially at $ 500 retail price point. Nice IQ, thought! Let's visualize it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaj
    They have told no inside info to their dealers--I'm waiting patiently for tomorrow morning...
    You sold me HD # 12.
    If it's a DH bike, see if you can get me into the top ten...
    **** censorship

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaj
    --I'm waiting patiently for tomorrow morning...
    but they *said* the 14th.

    Today is the 14th. (here)

    Elvis.

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    14.30 April 14, ....starving

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis @ Dirt Works
    dang... you got it.

    the word is out.

    Might as well fess'up... it's a DW link, 110mm travel Fatbike. With custom carbon 110mm Dorado forks with clearance for an Endo' (or even larger?) on a 100mm rim. And with those new Ibis/Enve 100mm wide carbon fat rims... WOW!

    And who's idea was it to buy up all the Race Face Next SL cranks and widen the Ti spindle to 100mm? And who convinced The Hive to build a carbon Chub hub shell for a Rohloff? Amazing!

    Very cool.

    Elvis.
    (oh how I wish...)

    Argh, you are inside my brain.

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    ibis site is updated

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