Niner Bikes RDO Stem

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Niner's RDO stem is light, strong and has the looks to match. Niner chose to go with aluminum instead of carbon because it just made sense. Weighing in at 117 grams for a 110mm on our scale, I can't argue with them. The 4 bolt faceplate is ...

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Jet 9 RDO Tire Advice

I just got a 2015 Jet 9 RDO. It comes with the Schwalbe Rapid Rob 2.4 in the front. It seems like a lot of tire for a cross country race bike. Anyone have comments on this tire and maybe a narrower Schwalbe tire recommendation? I was thinking of matching the front with the rear tire, which is the R ... Read More »

New RIP RDO frame

I just got a great deal on a RIP RDO frame from Backcountry, 40% off on the blue as I think this is a discontinued colorway. I am stoked. Rode a demo a few weeks back and loved it, best riding bike I have thrown a leg over. Currently have a Specialized Stumpy Evo 29. Those parts will transfer ove ... Read More »

Jet9 RDO and XX1 non circular chainring problem

Hello everybody, I am having a problem with a Jet9 RDO (v1) and an XX1 76BCD chainring. On the Niner Universe book, I read that I can mount a ring up to 38T with XX1. I am trying to use a new XX1 style chainring from FRM that is non-circular because it's using the Osymetric design/patent. Th ... Read More »

RIP 9 RDO, Leaving frame's threaded holes exposed?

Hey all, building up a RIP 9 RDO and was wondering if I can leave the bolts out of the S3 low mount that the front derailleur typically bolts to. I'm running the bike with a 30T Raceface NW and don't need a chain guide or front derailleur, and it doesn't seem that the bolts will thread in all of the ... Read More »

Jet9 RDO bearings

After 2,100 miles on the beast I decided I should clean the pivots. They were pretty gunky but still pretty smooth. I just cleaned everything up and put it back together and then started thinking, maybe I should have greased the pivot bolt instead of cleaning and slapping it back together. I will ... Read More »

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