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Thread: Beardos come to MTB

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    I agree. That Moots is dirty.

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    I think we can agree 96/69ers are wrong.

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    Waiiiiiiit a second.

    At its heart is a specially built Scott Scale carbon fiber frame with 650b-specific geometry and thru-axles front and rear. Equipment includes a custom-built DT Swiss fork, a SRAM XX group, DT Swiss carbon fiber tubular wheels, 50mm-wide Dugast tubular tires and a smattering of Ritchey bits.
    650B Tubs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DICE View Post
    Lets quit fighting and split the difference...


    EDIT: Who knew you could make a Moots so ugly
    They tried to do this with dirt jumping mtbs in the early 2000s and it was terrible. 24 rear and 26 front, all it did was mellow out headtube angle and super low bottom bracket heights. It also looked very dumb, as proven above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oratio View Post
    But seriously gimme my name back

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirito View Post
    Pacenti's splineless freehub design is totally brilliant IMO. With the move to spidered cassettes I makes complete sense as this would eliminate freehub chew. I wonder if it'll be adopted by any manufacturers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DICE View Post
    Pacenti's splineless freehub design is totally brilliant IMO. With the move to spidered cassettes I makes complete sense as this would eliminate freehub chew. I wonder if it'll be adopted by any manufacturers?
    Its somewhat campagesque - I'd imagine without splines the cassette would have to be a very tight fit and wear the 'spline' quickly from movement.

    650b will take over all medium->small framed pure XC type bikes and 29er the large sizes

    26 will stay trials/DJ/DH for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blakey View Post
    Waiiiiiiit a second.



    650B Tubs!
    Was waiting for you to comment about that Scott 27.5" pretty impressive!
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    I thought it was called touring and you did it on a shitbox Shogun from 1992

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    Dugast will make any size TUBULAR you like, I have a 26" and 700c pair.

    I believe Tubular technology will make its way into downhill racing, less prone to flats and they only get one shot at a good time.

    27.5".....I see SRAM just realesed a wheelset!

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