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  1. Drivetrain
    I bought a Soma Wolverine frame and had an idea of what I was going to do with it. However I started looking at different things and now I want to build it differently. I wanted to run either a 2x10 or 2x11 Sram rival with my drop bars. I have a 46/30 crankset and would like to run an 11-40...
  2. General Discussion
    The 6th Annual SF Bike Expo was held at the Cow Palace this past weekend and Mtbr was there strolling the aisles, talking to old friends and making some new ones. And, of course, we took plenty of pictures of the vendors and show goers. The show was pared back from two days to one day and the...
  3. General Discussion
    Soma is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year and we want to take this time to learn more about who our fans are and what they do with their Soma's. So we are doing our first photo contest. Fifty(50) entries of our choosing will get a copy of our 10th anniversary poster when it is printed...
  4. General Discussion
    John Caletti (https://www.caletticycles.com/)is a Santa Cruz, CA builder showing a couple of hardtails here with a very nice matte paint job. The Monster Cross: Mtbr forum regular, Dan (aka ISuckAtRiding) from HomeBrewed Components (https://www.homebrewedcomponents.com/)was...
  5. General Discussion
    The first shipment of the B-Side, our first 650b wheeled cross country frame, has arrived. The Tange Prestige CrMo hardtail can be built up geared or single speed thanks to the track style dropouts with derailleur hanger. An optional rigid fork is available. The suggested retail price is $450...
  6. General Discussion
    Soma Fabrications would like to invite MTBR readers to help name our new 26er MTB Frame. A Tange Prestige CrMo steel hardtail w/ modern geometry, designed for 100mm forks and featuring new Tange/IRD stainless steel sliding dropouts. As with most Soma Fabrications frames rack and fender mounts...
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