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Saw this steed at the veloswap. This huge wheeled beast looked very cool and could probably roll over most anything. The craftsmanship looks to be excellent. They also had a very cool looking road bike displayed. All their bikes on display looked like artistic sculptures.:cool:
 

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cocavaak said:
Saw this steed at the veloswap. This huge wheeled beast looked very cool and could probably roll over most anything. The craftsmanship looks to be excellent. They also had a very cool looking road bike displayed. All their bikes on display looked like artistic sculptures.:cool:
You got photos, or are you just trying to tease all us 36'er wanting folks?

Yes, I want one.
No, I don't have a good reason to own one, but who does?
 

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talked to one of the dudes in the tent about it. it was the only black sheep 36er in existence. the ti version is four grand, but he said that, since there had been a lot of interest, they were going to make it in steel as well. so now everyone can own a 36er!

personally, i think it looks cool, but there are serious limitations on frame size. luckily i am tall enough that i could fit one.
 

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Oh my! My favorite Ti builder, and my new favorite wheelsize!

I'm bidding on a POS 36" cruiser. Locally quite a few shops carry them, I just never notice them on the road. Looking to commute one, till I get an MTB version...
 

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i am going into the kitchen to poke my eyes out. i cannot afford another bike or the room to stash one.
 

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I saw it at VeloSwap too. Beauty of a machine.
 

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26 inch wheels too small
36 inch wheels too big
29 inch wheels just right

*we were short one bear to ride the 650b wheels






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That's interesting for all that it's totally mental.

Um, what happens when you have to face switchbacks? Southern BC has a lot of switchbacks that most people can't make on 26"-wheeled bikes...

That being said the concept looks fun!
 
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