Siren "Song" Update: Spy Shot

Spy shot by Matthew Reed

Twenty Nine Inches recieved this “spy shot” of the 29 inch wheeled Siren Song’s debut at the 24 Hours of Old Pueblo this past weekend. The Song, seen here in single speed mode, was concieved as a softail design using a titanium flex plate and a Cane Creek damper to achieve approximately 2″ of rear wheel travel. Apparently, this particular bike was available for test rides there, so if you have ridden it, please feel free to add your comments.

Twenty Nine Inches will continue to follow up on this new 29″er soft tail platform. Stay tuned!


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  1. Bicyclesoup Says:

    I’m a 5′ 8″ , buck fifty singlespeeder. I can see this thing flexing already. What the world needs now are more titanium 29er hardtail singlespeeds. I just don’t think that this would be stiff enough to race on. Could make a good trail bike…

  2. Guitar Ted Says:

    Bicyclesoup: Preliminary indications are that it rides quite the opposite. 😉

  3. George Krpan Says:

    Looks schweeeet!

  4. Clint Says:

    I saw it down there this weekend and did the customary “push on the saddle to feel the suspension” maneuver and it felt pretty firm. All of their other bikes are good looking as well.

  5. Slowerthensnot Says:

    Rides way sweet!

    wheele’s real nice and bunny hops well….

    Felt real stiff!

    Had a blast the 20 mintues I rode it!

  6. DriftingSon Says:

    I happened to notice that ‘I Heart Singlespeed’ has some clear shots of the bike in one of his recent posts:

  7. elireneaffope Says:

    Much the interesting has found here

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