photoshop...who cares anyway, its a specializedBikerbob.com said:Does this help? Carbon 29er and Epic 29er for 2010. See both at Sea Otter.
well that pretty much sums that up.Bikerbob.com said:Does this help? Carbon 29er and Epic 29er for 2010. See both at Sea Otter.
Both look nice. I see it now = multiple Epic vs Jet 9 threads, multiple Carbon Stumpy vs. Superfly threads.On the Carbon Stumpy said:Custom Reba S29: Our custom Reba S29
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I was thinking the same thing this morning after reading this thread last night. I would like to see some honest opinions on the Brain Shock vs. CVA suspension. Which one offers a more "hardtail" pedal platform but still compliant. There are no Niner dealers close to me to test ride and Niner FS much less a Jet that is my size. A buddy swears by his Epic and finally took it for a spin. I was definetly impressed with the Brain Shock and never really thought about FS before that . On the other hand, the seal (or something) went out on his shock and it bobbed so much he said it was "unrideable". The CVA setup doesnt have seals that can go out but they do have bearings, so does the Epic.GreenLightGo said:Both look nice. I see it now = multiple Epic vs Jet 9 threads, ...
Ditto on the aesthetics. Even this new Epic is one of the better looking FS 29ers out to date. Let's hope these bikes ride as good as they look.GreenLightGo said:Both look nice. I see it now = multiple Epic vs Jet 9 threads, multiple Carbon Stumpy vs. Superfly threads.
I think this is a good thing....maybe even a great thing, for 29er progress. Specialized nailed the aesthetic on that Carbon Stumpy too.