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We are finishing testing of the s.i.r. 9 and will be heading for production fairly soon. This picture is the s.i.r. 9 under going one of the German DIN Plus load testing procedures. The One 9 was tested in this method as well. Passing the German DIN Plus testing is not required to sell frames in the USA but we want our frames to meet the highest standards.

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Rim brakes are the new coaster brakes.

I think it was on one of their interbike vids they were talking about how not allowing canti breaks let them butt the tubes more radically and get a lighter and more compliant frame and fork.

Sounds good to me

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s.i.r. 9 production

We have completed some parts for the frame. Here is a picture of the finished butted EBB shell. We are expecting a late Jan delivery date at this time. While we would like to have the frame finished earlier it is better to get it right rather than fast.

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