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    From this to that

    Last year I was riding took a small jump and heard a little ping, stopped riding thought I broke a spoke, checked things out. Everything looked good started riding little bit later hit a small drop, and heard a load ping, bike got squirrely then eat some dirt. After laying doing did I break anything check, started looking the bike over. First thought was I tacoed the wheel, nope it was fine, and then found the frame broke in two. The plan was to order a frame and swap all the parts over. Now that did not work out quit as planned, turned into frame, fork and few other bits.

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    Oh boy, that's sexy as hell...

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    You definitely took the slack out of that top one. Beautiful new bike

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    Nice!! Glad to see other Reeb owners here, I love mine and am always super impressed at what I can get away with on it.

    I see you got internal dropper routing, that's really nice. I wish I had asked them about doing that beforehand.

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    Thanks. New bike Jinx, it dumped rain. so no ride yet. it's way slack compared to the old.
    The internal routing is nice, cable wrapped right around with nice bend radius.

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    I just ordered a Nimble9 and was seriously torn between it and the Reeb... ultimately I just couldn't see the Reeb standing out that much more (if at all) for the massive price difference. The few I have seen in real life are beautiful though, awesome frames.

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    My newest ride. First 29'er.

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