Kelly Ro Sham Bo 29er Hardtail

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MSRP : $1099.00

Product Description

Smooth as paper
Cuts like scissors
Tough as a rock

The next best thing to full suspension. A 29" wheel by its nature is a larger thrust forward (bigger revolutions) – the frame’s design and materials just add to that extra bounce you won’t feel on it’s sister 26".

Comes in geared canti or disc or single speed canti or disc.
Tubing: Ox Platinum

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Stolen Kelly Ro Sham Bo

Posting up for a friend, her KELLY Ro Sham Bo 29er was stolen from her garage in Nevada City on Friday. Stats: Size: small(15") Color: root beer with black and white KELLY decals, King headset, Thompson seat post, White Bros suspension fork, Terry saddle, LX/XT components. She has filed her ... Read More »

Kelly Ro Sham Bo 650B/29'er?

I have the front triangle of a Kelly RSB 29'er that I plan to mate up to a rear end this Summer and build up as a SS rig. Anyone try to setup their RSB with a 650B rear wheel unit as a SS or geared unit? I've got the spec sheet on the geometry from Kelly's site, but I am not sure if I can modify th ... Read More »

Kelly Ro Sham Bo 29'er

I'm getting ready to put together a Kelly Ro Sham Bo 29'er and looking for some suggestions on the fork. The old Kelly website suggests an 80 mm minimum suspension fork or suspension corrected rigid fork and is pictured with a Kelly rigid fork. Any experiences with this frameset running suspension ... Read More »

Kelly Ro Sham Bo owners, let's see some pics

I'm trying to decide on a color for my soon to be ordered Ro Sham Bo, I'm not too familair with Kelly colors and would like to see some pictures please (plus it gives you a chance to show off yer steed). Actually any Kelly bike will do since all I'm interested in is the color. ThanksRead More »

SPAM: Kelly Ro Sham Bo frame and fork

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