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    Flux on dirt

    This is my new Flux on one of my local trails yesterday in the middle of LA. It was a beautiful day with highs in the mid 70's.
    Buy a bell, help the trails....

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    where are we eating?

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    why all the waterbars on such a flat trail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Beekeeper
    why all the waterbars on such a flat trail?
    Ok smarta$$, here's one of you even though you're on one of those inferior Seven's. I guess I should say this trail is STIL.

    Last edited by endo verendo; 02-06-2005 at 01:18 AM.
    Buy a bell, help the trails....

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    Frame size & Seat Height

    Endo

    Nice looking bike!

    I am considering a flux and I fit right between the 17" and 19" frame sizes. I was hoping to set my bike up like yours with a 17" frame and high seat post extension.

    What is your seat height and/or seat post extension height on your pictured setup? I am concerned about having adequate seat post insertion length on my proposed setup.

    Thanks for any info you can give me regarding this issue.

    -Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanorapture
    What is your seat height and/or seat post extension height on your pictured setup?
    At long-fireroad-climbing height I have 9 3/4" of post exposed from the collar to the rails, or around a 745mm seat height. I'm just under 5' 8" and I have ridiculously l long legs (like over a 32" inseam) and a short torso, but normal arm length. This gives me around 380mm of seatpost to the the middle of the TT/Seattube junction. I was worried about the long TT on the Flux, but it's great.
    Buy a bell, help the trails....

    http://www.corbamtb.com/store/store.shtml

    where are we eating?

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    The bike looks great! Where in LA is that trail? I used to live down there and rode the Santa Monicas quite a bit and don't recognize that. Looks like fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2TurnersNotEnough
    The bike looks great! Where in LA is that trail? I used to live down there and rode the Santa Monicas quite a bit and don't recognize that. Looks like fun.
    Betty B. Dearing trail in Studio City.
    Buy a bell, help the trails....

    http://www.corbamtb.com/store/store.shtml

    where are we eating?

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