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    Father's Day present- making the move from hammerhead 100x to 29er

    I live in Austin tx, love the way the hammerhead 100x rides but want to add a 29er to the mix. I'd ideally like it to have similar feel as possible to current hammerhead just benefits of larger wheels.

    Budget isn't a concern- looking for advice on bikes to consider- I ride city park, walnut, thumper and most other spots in the area.

    Thx ahead of time for advice.....

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    I'd also look at the Titus Rockstar. Their new carbon version looks really cool and can be had for $1600 IIRC and you still get the horst link four bar rear suspension you loved on the HH100x (Still have mine..... even though I've gone on to other bikes since I could never get rid of the HH. What a great bike!).

    The other 29er I'm kinda stoked about right now is the Ibis Ripley. Haven't ridden one so don't know how "Hammerhead" it feels but from the discussions I've read, it seems to be born and bred with the same intent and spirit as the original HH.
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