My quick search didn't come up with anything, but do they make those in 32h? What's the weight? Seems like it would work just fine. Too bad I already bought 32h Paul Whub.Any reason a Kris Holm 29er rim wouldn't work as well as the RH? 47mm and double walled.
Well, sounds like just the person I need to hear from!sslos - I'm planning on one next year. It's a 50 miler, but may also do a 24hr. I had a Nimnle 9 until a month ago, so I'll try to post up a brief review.
I appreciate the feedback! I really don't know exactly why I'm considering this bike. I'm very happy with how my Nimble 9 rides. I guess I'm just itching for something different.sslos: fwiw ive ridden quite a few 12 hour races, 100mile east coast USA and UK races on my jones over the years,as well as long rides not racing - its a merlin built ti frame and truss fork. In terms of handling its fantastic...no issues. great position for longer races. I *do* sometimes find the truss fork/enve rim combo beats me up a little on very long rocky races, but its hard to say if this is any more than you'd expect given its a fully rigid bike. my guess is a unicrown would be slightly more forgiving. the true beauty of the truss is the rigidity when you stuff it into a corner or rocks or brake hard...
It's a very nice ebb. No problems for me and I'm a fat dude. And I haven't heard of anyone else having problems with the Bushnell (I believe) ebb in the Jones. However, Jeff can set you up with a regular external bearing bb if you want. Check with him.I would be all over this if not for the EBB.
Cool. I highly recommend the truss fork, especially for chunk. When you say you are going to order the spaceframe, do you mean in titanium? If you're thinking the steel spaceframe, I recommend you seek out one of Enel's other threads titled "fraternal twins". He compares the spaceframe to the diamond frame in steel. He makes a good case for the diamond frame.Yes, diamond/uni combo.