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It is getting hot. Time to get up early.

Two 29" Simon Bars.



Dan just set his up rigid for an upcoming race. I just finished riding mine rigid while awaiting warranty service on the Zoke. The SB is pretty fun rigid, but I prefer it forked.

Dan gives a rip about such things and always builds his bikes pretty.







Walk the Notch



Pivot on the Nose



Drop



Modulate the brakes



Pass on the Rubble Roll



(Pretty sure he would have hit it with squish up front)

Nose pivot followed by manual or hop if you want to make this one



Braaap



Land and BURP!



(Air up those tires, eh:O)

Roll in



A most excellent way to enjoy a pre-work day ride
 

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are those frames stock or custom? I thought the SBar frames came with hangers not sliders?
They are both stock. Hanger and slider.

This is the best production, all mountain type 29" hardtail frame out there right now if you want to run SS.

The Banshee Paradox is similar, but has vertical drops and I don't like multiple gears on hardtails.
 

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Looks like fun E. Brings back some fond memories or my trip around the Dells.... Of course, I thought it was plenty hot in May (I'm a hot weather pansy :rolleyes: ).

Some of those moves would be pretty sketch on a fully rigid. Nice work.

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My chamois is off to you guys. I would break more bones than I own doing the the stuff you guys do. But great to fool myself by thinking, oh, I coulda done that when I was younger.....

Great pics,

Thx,
John
 
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