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I want to buy a new fat bike. I am trying to decide between the On One and the 9 zero 7. Is there any advantage of one over the other? On One has a package deal right now that bundles the wheels in but I am not sure how good they are.Read More »
I am getting the GT Ruckus DJ Zero to dirt jump. I was wondering what size I should get. I am 5'9" and have a 31 inch inseam.
The Ruckus is offered in Short, Reg, Long.
none of my local bike shops stock the Ruckus.
Thanks a lot.Read More »
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I don't know why this would be true.
Can anyone explain to me the reason for this thinking?
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9:zero:7 135 mm frame with sliding dropouts
Carver carbon fat fork
Alfine 11spd rear
Marge lite rims
Shimano xt m785 brakes
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