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    Wolfram?

    These things have been out for awhile, yet canít find any reviews on them. Has anyone here ridden one or seen one in the wild?
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    Had this built in Spring of 2017. I'm a 3xl and so would be in the 29+ category for a stock wolfram. I really wasn't looking to go with plus tires so they customized this one slightly but putting the 27+ rear triangle with the 3xl front triangle and I ride 29s with a 2.5 in the front and 2.35 rear. Being a 3xl front triangle, the tubes are not curved by the head tube.
    I was coming off an el padrino with a 100 mm fork and finally getting a slack bike with a dropper has been just a blast.
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    I am also on a 3XL Wolfram. I run an MRP Stage 140mm up front with a 3.0 Chupacabra (very minor rubbing under load), and a 2.6 Maxxis Rekon out back. It is a big bike, but I love the 29+. It is not the thing for everyone, but for a bike of these huge proportions, it brings it back to looking balanced. The slack HA is great. For me, the 29+ is a nice compromise between a standard hardtail, and a big, inefficient FS bike (all of the ones I have ridden at 6'9"). I have yet to install my Bike Yoke Revive dropper... but this should make it even sweeter.

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    Hey, another tall clyde here, I'm considering a 29+ hardtail and am looking at the GG Pedalhead and the Wolfram. I'm 6'8" and 255lbs... I live near Bellingham, Wa.

    Does any one have any more thoughts, pictures or feedback on the Wolfram as a burly trail bike?

    Thanks,
    Eric

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    Any additional thoughts on the Wolfram? I am thinking of ordering one soon, so I thought I would check back here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DABIK View Post
    Had this built in Spring of 2017. I'm a 3xl and so would be in the 29+ category for a stock wolfram. I really wasn't looking to go with plus tires so they customized this one slightly but putting the 27+ rear triangle with the 3xl front triangle and I ride 29s with a 2.5 in the front and 2.35 rear. Being a 3xl front triangle, the tubes are not curved by the head tube.
    I was coming off an el padrino with a 100 mm fork and finally getting a slack bike with a dropper has been just a blast.
    Can I ask what about the plus tires made you want to customize the bike? Thanks!

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    Wolfram has been great

    I've had my 29+ for about 4 years. Has been set up geared with suspension fork and ss rigid. Have loved it in all configurations. Semi-custom geometry worked out perfectly, Sherwood and Teresa were great to work with. Great quality frame, I ride it more than my Moots.

    btw - I am 6'-6" 260 lbs - per earlier questions on how it is for a clyde, it works very, very well.

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