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Old 11-21-11, 07:55 PM
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B2B's new rig...

Just over 16lbs FS MTB with internally wired Shimano Di2 rear shifting.

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Old 11-22-11, 05:02 AM
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that is sweet!
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Woah, thats hot
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So Ed, are you shipping it to me? cause I can drive in and pick it up if ya need me to.
Ps. Thanks so much!
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16 is light for a road bike - I had a sub 21 HT at one point and I thought that was pushing the whole weight weenie disorder....
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Dang!
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Originally Posted by born2bahick View Post
So Ed, are you shipping it to me? cause I can drive in and pick it up if ya need me to.
Ps. Thanks so much!
Keeping it up here so you can ride it when you come up.
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two words...

day yum!
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Keeping it up here so you can ride it when you come up.
That is sooo thoughtfull! Your are a friend!
Soooooooo It looks as though I have pioneered a "niche" with my long travel XC build.**********?
Honestly, Lyle has raced a guy this year that was racing at 16+ fs. All i can say is I need a lighter leaf blower to take the leaves off the trail!
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I think I'd break that thing by just sitting on it. I wouldn't mind a 29lb dually though
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Dang ed! That's a hot bike!!
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Anyone who knows my Hx with bikes...knows that I can't ride a bike like that.
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Amazing.

To me, this just shows us that MTB design has most certainly NOT hit the wall yet. Ultra refinement.
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Anyone who knows my Hx with bikes...knows that I can't ride a bike like that.
Twoo dat........

..........though, Ed, you seem to perpetually be a candidate for the toughest and most advanced.
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