Archive for May, 2006

Unit 2-9

May 31, 2006

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Karate Monkey

May 31, 2006

It us adaptable. I have flip flop hub and lots of tires. So far I have led XC rides on it, hucked it off four foot drops,commuted to work on it numerous times,and it’s final trick may be some cross racing???

Astrix Rook

May 31, 2006

Astrix present their second 29″ model.

It’s alu
It’s geared
They managed to keep it secret from us for all this time.

http://www.astrixsports.com/rook.html

Rook

Monk Roox

May 31, 2006

This just in

Rig meets Short Bus

May 31, 2006

My Karate Monkey

May 31, 2006

A work in progress, but a fun bike!

Share your 29er pics!

May 31, 2006

I know everyone loves to show off your 29er so snap those pictures and use this form to do your own post on TwentyNineInches.com.

They all are dropped in under the “Fan Photos” section of the site.

So upload yours then check out everyone else’s and leave your comments.

And don’t forget to share the 29 inch love on your own blog or website!

Gunnar Rockhound

May 31, 2006

on-one scandal

May 31, 2006

nice sunset shot from last night.

New Zion 29er Rigid forks at JensonUSA

May 27, 2006

UPDATE: They are now in stock!

While they are currently labeled as “Discontinued” I have it on good authority that they just recieved a shipment in late last week of the Zion Rigid Mountain 29er Forks. They’ll be availabe in both Gloss White and Matte Black.

Some specs from the website…

Each is constructed of TIG-welded chromoly tubing with a great strength/weight ratio.

  • All forks accept 51mm IS disc brake calipers (rim brakes cannot be used)
  • Standard 1 1/8″ threadless steerer tubes
  • 29″ fork weighs 2.55 lbs (1,156 grams) and has axle-to-crown measurement of 475mm (replaces Rockshox Reba 29’er or similar)

Hopefully they’ll be listed tomorrow as in stock and I can get some pictures.

UPDATE: Here’s a picture from their website…

Zion Fork