Spotted: Gee Atherton Aboard a Trek Session 29er

May 12, 2017
by Pinkbike Staff  
Fort Bill BDS 29er watch.

There was never much doubt that a 29” version of Trek's venerable Session was in the works, with numerous prototypes appearing over the years, but it looks like the bike is getting even closer to making its World Cup debut.

Gee Atherton was spotted practicing aboard an all-black, carbon fiber big wheeler at the Fort William stop of the British Downhill Series, where scores of the world's fastest riders have gathered to get in extra practice time before the next World Cup race. Details are still scarce, but it's clear to see that the Session's floating rear shock design is gone, with the shock now fixed to the frame, similar to what's seen on the Slash 29. There's still no word about the exact amount of travel or geometry figures, but we'll report back as soon as those come to light.

Fort Bill BDS 29er watch.



180 Comments

  • + 247
 I like big wheels and I cannot lie.
  • + 169
 You other riders can't deny,
  • + 143
 That when a bike rolls in with an itty bitty weight and a 29er in your face
  • - 66
flag bigtim (May 12, 2017 at 11:39) (Below Threshold)
 When a bike rolls in with 29ers in place and is out to win a race we go OooooOOOOOooohhhh.
  • + 120
 Coil sprung for when it gets rough /

Big wheels make the track less tough /

Carbon and lots of ball bearings /

Wanna know more about those tires it's wearing
  • - 41
flag Crankmiester (May 12, 2017 at 11:42) (Below Threshold)
 Looks like a Session.
  • + 14
 'Cause you notice that 27.5 was not enough
  • - 15
flag NRogers27 (May 12, 2017 at 12:26) (Below Threshold)
 A haiku:

Are little wheels good?
Of course bigger is better
Just ask Ron Jere...
  • - 16
flag lucas20-p (May 12, 2017 at 12:31) (Below Threshold)
 @Crankmiester: why did this comment get so much hate??
  • + 29
 @lucas20-p: because it looks like a session
  • + 9
 @slumgullion: Mix a Lot would be proud!
  • + 5
 You get coil sprung
  • + 12
 I've called 1-900-MIX-ALOT and I did not get a triple x throw down. Really disappointed...
  • + 114
 Minnaar used ride for Honda, but he's found a new wheelsize he is fond-a

...

Slow riders still talking about "plus" and "fat"

But I ain't down with that.

'Cause your wheels are small and your lines are chicken

And I'm thinkin' bout stickin'

...

Pinkbikers want to play that hard role

And tell you 27.5 can't roll

So they toss it, and leave it

And I pull up the Pinkbike classifieds to retrieve it
....
The internet don't. want. none. unless it's got big wheels, son.
  • + 6
 27.5 is dead
  • + 0
 @slumgullion: probably Bontrager proto tires(XR4 or SE4 looking by the thread) but snake skin's side make it look like a conti...
  • + 2
 Oh man I smell a "faster than you 2" edit dropping soon!
  • + 73
 it's happening the 29ers are taking over in all seriousness, the riders are going to be riding whatever makes them faster, even if the forums don't approve
  • + 16
 which ever floats your goat i guess
  • + 51
 So internet forums and discussion boards actually have no relevance on the choices made by people who just ride their bikes?
  • + 0
 Wheres the proof? Can we just wait to see if they are actually faster before making this the standard?
  • + 4
 @triptex: The pinkbike comments section may finally become a supportive and caring environment to discuss new bike technologies in a positive manner? Nahhhhh can't be
  • + 9
 @slayerdegnar: Santa Cruz/ Greg Minnaar have said in interviews that they found 29ers were faster, no matter where they tested them and it sounds like they had to go to quite a lot of trouble to get the 29er V10 together too, so I'm inclined to believe them. They definitely aren't slowing down a fair few EWS racers at least.

Looking forward to seeing how this all shakes out at Fort William.
  • + 4
 Agreed. Racing & riding for fun are two very different things.

Not meaning to cause an arguement, but with the slow shift to 29ers, this indicates to me that corners and technical features on WC tracks are quite different from the what they were years ago.
  • + 8
 @OzMike: Yep, Fort Bill is flat, straight and smooth like it has been for the last 10 years. ;-)
  • + 3
 @OzMike: That's why 29ers are left to those pansies foot-dabbing their way down the chicken lines to last place finishes at the EWS, then? Wink
  • - 1
 @Smevan: Richie Rude uses a 29er? Ravanel too?
  • + 7
 @StFred: Nope, but Tracy Moselely won overalls on them, Jared Graves, Katy Winton and Greg Callaghan have all won rounds on them,...
  • + 3
 @slayerdegnar: proof is with the pros who trial these against their own personal bests.. Minnaar said it himself..
  • + 2
 @Smevan: ya that's it!
  • + 1
 @StFred: @StFred: I'm pretty sure Richie spends most of his time on SB6 or SB5 which are both 27.5, while both Cecile and Cedric are on 27.5 Metas
  • + 3
 @slayerdegnar: don't worry, it's not a standard just cuz the pros are doing it. I know everyone freaks out that they might not have that .4% advantage on their riding buddies, and might miss out on Strava detecting their nearly 1 second quicker time.

I love 29ers, but I really don't think that it is going to change anything to the point that every rider is either on a 29er or noticeably slower. just my .02
  • + 3
 @juicebanger: I think he was being rhetorical - trying to prove that since the fastest riders don't use 29ers, 29ers must be slow
  • + 1
 @Smevan: Ah most likely correct. Fridays man. I need to get out of the office and onto the bike. Cheers
  • + 1
 @Smevan: No saying it's slow, but if there's such a big difference...
  • + 2
 @MysticMCyclist: maybe this 29er crap will bring much narlier tracks as 29ers iron things out??
But I can imagine fort bill and val do sole are still rough as f@#€ no matter what you ride but just another new standard 3secs or whatever quicker than a 650b. It's gona be the same race when they all hit them
  • + 1
 @Smevan: Justin Leov, Nico Lau, the entire Santa Cruz group of Enduro racers are on the Hightower including Rat Boy in Rotorua. And Rude has raced a 29 Yeti at multiple Enduro events.
  • + 1
 @Smevan: Also, Justin Leov won on a 29 at Tweedlove
  • + 2
 which means that the 26" and 27.5" stuff will get cheaper right!?
  • + 1
 @triptex: they do, hence the big sales of evil followings and wreckonings!
  • + 3
 @slayerdegnar: I don't think you'd see Hart, Atherton, etc. on them, testing them, riding them etc. if they weren't sure they were faster. Would Danny bring the 29er to Ft. Bill as a head fake? Would Commencal? Doubt it. It's happening and there's a reason beyond conspiracy theories of industry shenanigans to get Joe Blow onto 29er DH bikes for more sales (not saying you're saying that but there's a lot of that here in these forums) It's racing. Everyone wants to go faster. Why would Hart race a 29er if he didn't know it was faster (at least at Ft. Bill)?
  • + 1
 @StFred: Perhaps there is a significant difference and this is the point everyone catches on? We might be about to find out. It is interesting that not everyone is running 29ers, but all the guys that are must be totally convinced - there's so much riding (no pun intended) on the decision
  • + 1
 @bigwhls: The Rocky team is doing alright on the altitude. I'm cool with both. I love my Smuggler 29, but actually enjoy the longer travel bikes in 27. As long as the option stays for both that's cool. If the industry replaces everything with 29, that's not fine. And as much as I love the rol of the big wheels I do feel the smaller frames look pretty ???? goofy
  • + 1
 @ukr77: I couldn't agree more and I enjoy both wheel sizes also, although when it comes time to racing I will always reach for one of my 29ers. I don't see the industry 86'ing 27.5 wheels like they did 26 wheels and I wouldn't be cool with that either.
  • + 1
 @bigwhls: consumers voted with their wallet. 26" bikes don't sell so they stopped making them. It's that simple. All the 26forlife crowd are on their 5+ yr old bikes, or buy used bikes. No market demand for 26" from a retailer point of view.
  • + 48
 spotted: aaron gwin riding a wheel of cheese
  • + 109
 rumor has it that he said "they feel really gouda".... i'll show myself out...
  • + 26
 That's not very mature
  • + 49
 Gwin can ride whatever he wants. It's nacho business.
  • + 44
 @cuban-b: climbs like a goat cheese, descends like a muesnter truck
  • + 15
 @DaySleep3r: Industry insiders know the real reason Gwin left Specialized was because they rejected his idea to change the name of the Specialized Camber to the Cambrie.
  • + 11
 His mechanics had a hard time trying to Feta production fork for it.
  • + 11
 To be honest, I'm fairly sure he doesn't give Edam what the haters say.
  • + 5
 I'm sure Gwin and The Mob thought very caerphilly about the decision to stick to 27.5"
  • + 6
 @cuban-b: *camembert
  • + 6
 He was seen at Sea Otter in Monterey Jacking his shocks to full pressure.
  • + 1
 seriously though, if Gwin can get YT to make him a DH 29er, then maybe he can finally get a bike with longer chainstays!!
  • + 6
 Gwin is sticking to 27.5 because although it may be slower it's stiltons of fun to ride
  • + 2
 @metaam: He seems to have plenty of fun on his Jeffsy
  • + 37
 #26miiightbedead
  • + 18
 See any 27.5 on DJ/slope bikes? Notice fest guys staying on 26? If anything is dying, it's 27.5
  • + 2
 @FindDigRideRepeat: the 2017 jackal is 27.5, although it seems a bit ridiculous to me.
  • + 6
 Nah..... How about #toobusyhavingfuntobuybiggerwheels?
  • + 3
 @FindDigRideRepeat: I couldn't find a 26 available in any new trail bike. 27.5 may die off, but it sure seems to be the new standard, with 29er as the alternative. I think DJ and slopestyle are more specialty disciplines (like BMX), so I don't think those will ever change.
  • + 25
 I'm 6'6" and I have been waiting for this year for a long time. Haters and shortys can hate, but big wheels work for big dudes
  • + 11
 Agreed... An xl frame with smaller than 29" wheels look like bmx bikes.. Proportionally correct tire for big guys..
  • + 5
 Geometry > Wheel Size
  • + 1
 6'6" here too and also been dreaming of the day my bike doesn't look like it needs a sail for the mast.
  • + 25
 winning world cups > forum opinions
  • + 19
 This is NOT spotted.. This looks more like publicity photoshoot than top secret spotted paparazzi shot...
  • + 19
 The commencal team and Danny Hart have also been seen on 29ers i believe
  • + 12
 Whoa. Hold your horses. Smile
  • + 9
 KOM for Danny today,on the bottom section,faster by 7 secs than Minnar's 2012 time of 2.20 mins.
  • + 3
 @AJBarlas: Should keep all the other team 29" shots out of the same gallery if not breaking all news at once!
  • + 3
 And apparently the Santa Cruz syndicate are. APPARENTLY anyway, not seen any posts about them
  • + 1
 @Beicpinc: The track has been changed quite a bit at the bottom over tha last few years.
  • + 5
 I was surprised to see Commencal have got a 29er up and running. This is their first 29er in a few years, isn't it?
  • + 3
 @MysticMCyclist: Strava never lies! Big Grin
  • + 2
 Miriam Nicole is on a 29er....does Rachel know???
  • + 13
 These bikes may end up being faster but I still don't see them completely taking over the market. A large portion (maybe even the majority) of DH bikes sold are to people who use them as park and freeride bikes, not for racing. I just don't see people running to 29 inch wheels for the bike park.
  • + 4
 I don't know why any taller person wouldn't want to run 29" wheels in a bike park. They fit the geo of bigger bikes better (bb drop), they're more stable in the air and a taller person generally has the increased body mass to deal with the bigger wheels in the corners.
  • + 2
 @bogey: A bigger person could definitely see some benefits but I don't see it for the average person. I have a longer travel 29er trail bike and its great but I don't think I would ever want to ride 29 inch wheels on a park bike.
  • + 5
 Maybe, but the same could have been said when DH bikes went 27.5, and look how that turned out.
  • + 2
 @bogey: Amen to this comment.. At my height 29 just works.. Way more in the bike feel!
  • + 3
 We'll have to reserve judgement for when some of us can actually ride one. The newest breed of long travel 29ers can be just as poppy and playful as their 650b brethren.
  • + 2
 @bogey: bro science
  • + 7
 I like tall girls but normal or short can be hot too. I doubt many people feel the need to pick a fight over my preference. After after all it's just a preference. Why is wheel size different? If I can't get on my preferred 29" size I'd ride another size. However I might stay home rather than go for a hike. We're riders.
  • + 3
 26" Wheels=Heritage not Hate. My biggest problem with the aggressive change in wheel sizes has more to do with our History as a sport, as well 26" wheels fit people who are shorter or younger in age. Nothing worse then seeing a 10yr old trying to learn mt biking on a 29".
  • + 1
 Bring back drum brakes and klunkers. Bring back flat bars with cantilever brakes and 70mm long travel. All for heritage.
  • + 1
 ROFL
  • + 2
 Took the industry a while to figure out that you need to increase offset and keep the head angle the same instead of the early 29er models that did the opposite and rode like shit. Now that we've got that figured out it seems like 29ers will dominate medium+ sizes.
  • + 1
 There is a lot that could've been learned from the motorcycle industry. Apparently MTB'ing isn't listening.
  • + 2
 I read the comments first and try to guess what the article is about. This was some of the finest work I've seen in a PB forum.
***applauds***
  • + 5
 I barely can wait for the next wheel size and extra width.

31.5" with megaboost+ spacing. THAT stiffness
  • + 4
 I hope it becomes the new standard so I can buy someone's brand new "obsolete" 27.5 DH bike for super cheap.
  • + 4
 Everyone is talking about the wheel size but have gone silent about the new linkage design...

*Sips tea*
  • + 2
 What was the benefit from 'full floater' anyway? Leverage curves? Why ditch it? Surly the linkage system wasn't affected by the larger wheels.
  • + 2
 @cwatt: Supposedly was supposed to make the suspension more sensitive.
  • + 3
 @cwatt: thats what I wanna know... last year they seemed convinced with it since they put it on the new slash. Would love to hear the reasoning from Trek why they went with this design.

Too much talk about wheel sizes and too little talk about geo and linkage designs.
  • + 6
 Looks like a sleshion
  • + 1
 Session with 29" wheels looks like a... Session.
  • + 0
 Big wheels keep on turnin' Proud Gee keeps on burnin' Rollin', rollin', rollin' down Fort Bill Cleaned a lot of jumps in Nevis Pumped a lot of ruts down in old Champrey But I never saw the good side of the gap jump 'Til I hitched a ride on a big wheeled steed Big wheels keep on turnin' Proud Danny keeps on burnin' Rollin', rollin', rollin' down Fort Bill Rollin', rollin', rollin' down Fort Bill
  • + 9
 Dude, no one likes limp bizket,
  • + 1
 Wheel size only really makes a difference when racing, they all are round, OK bigger wheels help with rolling on rough ground but just feel slower
So what is better for going slow, non racers?
  • + 3
 Live practice times for Saturday. Every rider, every run!

my5.raceresult.com/73434/results?lang=en
  • + 4
 29er. beginning of end of the world.
  • + 4
 Heard they are also working on the tandem DH 29er, can't wait!
  • + 6
 The People want long bikes right? Tandem is the obvious next step.
  • + 4
 Could you imagine a tandem 29er Session up at Whistler clearing Crabapple hits? How would they get that thing into the bike lift? Would it look like a Session? Seriously if they did make it I would be trading in my Cannondale tandem!
  • + 2
 @cuban-b: Yeah, the tandem and the XXXXXL frame are the same frame with slightly different components.
  • + 1
 The Trek Session was running the non-floating shock at the last event for the 650b frames..so that wasn't done for the 29ers...

www.pinkbike.com/photo/14671677
  • + 1
 Floating shock was the best thing in Sessions. The 29" Session will be whole different whip compare to 27.5" or 26"... Why Trek, why?
  • + 2
 As long as they keep the 650b option, I don't give a shit! If not, it's back to motto!!
  • + 16
 That's my motto!
  • + 1
 ...just like keeping the 26" option. They'll do what will make them more money.
  • + 9
 Let's face it; 26" died because not enough people were willing to put their money where their mouth is. The fact is that businesses respond to consumer demand and if everyone in the MTB world truly did only want 26", it would still be around. But you have to bear in mind that the #26forlyf crew on Pinkbike represent such a small percentage of the wider MTB world and they are outweighed by those who do want new things and who do want to see change. People wanted new, so the industry gave it to them. Bigger wheels became more popular and that's where the focus shifted. If 26" truly was what people wanted and were buying, the industry wouldn't have moved away from the flow. Lots of people on Pinkbike seem to claim they want a new 26" straight steerer Totem, coil sprung, 180mm travel and whatever. But the wider community doesn't want this and therefore it isn't profitable. Businesses aren't going to keep making products at a loss to please the handful of people out there who refuse to accept change. But then again, maybe we should all go back to riding full rigids with 150mm stems and cantilever brakes. No change for anyone! No innovation ever! Death to improvements!
  • + 0
 @codfather1234: Statements such as "businesses respond to consumer demand" are said quite a lot. It's important to realise that it's a half truth. In addition to businesses competing for custom there is also the idea of monopolies and cartels. Both ideas, competition in capitalism and monopolies/cartels in capitalism, must be included in any argument. OPEC is an oil cartel for example. OPEC aims to control the price of oil by owning such a large amount of oil production that it monopolises the market. It has varying success but that's for another essay. Monopolies and cartels aim to avoid competition allowing the companies involved little or no hinderance from competition.
  • + 2
 @codfather1234: i dunno. v-brakes were pretty awesome.
  • + 4
 Yeah, I'm sure the illuminati is out to force people onto large wheeled bicycles...

Comparing big oil companies to the mountain bike industries is comparing apples to chocolate oranges; it's meaningless.

I fully expect to be downvoted into oblivion by the very subjects of my rant. Such is life.
But if these people spent less time getting worked up on forums and more time buying 26" components, maybe their beloved wheelsize would still be around. Food for thought. Peace out one and all.
  • + 4
 @codfather1234: were we all really yearning for larger wheels? I mean come on

The bike industry doesn't want us to stay on the same bike for 5+yrs...only way to sell more bikes is to innovate or over-hype minimal innovation.

The majority of the MTB community, like any sport, is full of casual riders who will succumb to marketing regardless of what they need in reality. The vocal minority is usually comprised of two types: 1) solid riders who have legitimate opinions 2) people who don't like change
  • + 2
 @AustrianSchism: That, and also companies can generate demand by having sponsored riders run their new products and stuff. The idea some riders have that companies can't affect their desire for a product is insane - marketing isn't a multi-billion dollar industry for nothing
  • + 5
 @codfather1234: "businesses respond to consumer demand" lol such BS! In one year pretty much every company dropped 26 as soon as 27.5 was released. If it took a few years id call it consumer demand but over night? no way. The same is happening with 29dh. Was every one asking for it? no, most racers don't even want it in racing ( except minnar) but yet by the second race of the year all major teams will be on it because they don't want to miss the hype train. Even when josh was still winning on 26 they made him switch to 27.5. it's all marketing BS and you've been eating it up.
  • + 2
 @nismo325: thank you for bringing some reason to this thread...
  • + 2
 @nvranka: @nismo325 isn't entirely wrong though, is he? Bike companies don't wait for the average riders to tell them what we want - factory team racers, their internal staff and product development teams all play a massive part in deciding the direction of the industry. @codfather1234 might be interested in this bit: did Boost come from consumer demand? It came, top-down style, from Trek and SRAM engineers telling riders that they needed their wheel stiffness increased. I'd put press-fit BBs in as another example.
  • + 3
 @codfather1234: I don't mind 650b, and I don't mind 29". It's great to have options. My 2015 built DH bike with 26" wheels was quite an investment, to then suddenly have the industry close the door on it and the subsequent couple of decades. That's all.
  • + 2
 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa MOTO!!!!
  • + 1
 @Smevan: huh? i agree with him
  • + 1
 @nvranka: Ah, ok. I took the "..." at the end to mean you were being sarcastic. In that case, I agree with both of you
  • + 0
 These f@cking bike companies. The way they behave it's almost like they're in business to make a profit or something.Makes me sick to the stomach.
  • + 3
 @codfather1234: sorry but its not a fair fight when there are more uniformed people than those in the know. manufacturers touted the 27.5 as the next best thing and loads of people jumped ship so as to bee seen to be riding the best new thing. a year or two later and now its set to happen again with 29dh bikes. i find it very hard to trust the manufacturers when they compared the 650b and said that it was better for dh than 29 and now most companies have just turned around and changed there mind in the space of a year or two. there have been lots of polls on what wheel-size people prefer and the 26 crowd are still a very big part of the mtb populace. Its only been through systematic removal of the option to sell 26 inch bikes that have declined there sales not the other way round. Im sure you know this to be true.
  • + 1
 @rabidmonkfish: Well spoke, sir. Frustrating to suddenly have my tire choices limited for my 2015 built Canfield Jedi.
  • + 3
 Why is it saying Factory40 on the fork and not 49?
  • + 2
 I remember when people discriminate me for talking about the future of 29er down hill bikes .
  • + 2
 Is fox going to keep the 40 branding on the 29 forks now? Thought they were going to brand them as 49.
  • + 3
 49 was (and is) a marketing gimmick to get loads of photos and column inches for Fox over Rockshox, it worked spectacularly well! Fox dominated any talk of suspension during the Lourdes round. They don't call their 36 forks 39's for the EWS or the 32's in XC different. Give it a few rounds and they'll just be the boring Fox 40's again.
  • + 2
 Wideopen Mag tried talking to Gee and his bike, but he was apparently avoiding talking about it, so I suppose they were just hoping putting some 40 stickers on would let them fly a bit more under the 29er radar. That would be weird though, bearing in mind Trek did invite Dirt Mag out to test ride their 29er session a few weeks ago. DO they want to publicise it, or not? :S
  • + 1
 @DaMilkyBarKid: thx for your thoughts, seems like a reasonable explaination
  • + 1
 They were gonna call it the fox 409 but that ran into some patent issues
  • + 2
 The shock mounting was on Rachael's 27.5 bike at the first World Cup as well but didn't look like people picked up on it.
  • + 3
 What tires are Gee using?
  • + 2
 Look like blacked out Schwalbe
  • + 0
 Are the pics in any way related to the Headlines?? Cause Gee is riding clearly a Fox40 not a 49. so where is the proof for these allegations. Seems like some overreacted tabloid fabrication.
  • + 3
 From Wideopen Mag:
www.wideopenmountainbike.com/images/gee-22.jpg

Brake rotors are ~60 pixels across, wheels are ~220, so assuming it's a 200mm rotor, you get 220(200/(25.4x60)) = 29"
  • + 1
 @Smevan: interesting approach Smile
  • + 1
 Just means that 26" bikes become even cheaper and so do 27.5. Just means that in 2025 i'll probably be riding a 29" while the new 34.58" wheel size is a thing
  • + 1
 it's tough to get 26 nowadays though--I've been looking for nice 26 hardtails and they're hard to come by
  • + 1
 and the shock was already fixed to the frame on Rachel's 650b bike at lordes
  • + 1
 niner bike company must have vertigo from the 29er "yes no yes no maybe yes no no no yes yes yes......."
  • + 2
 Interesting that the Fox 49 stickers arent being used
  • + 1
 Great to see the race for 2nd place shaping up and everyone is taking 2nd place seriously! #Gwinning #Troy
  • + 0
 UCI will step in with a ruling,to only race a specific size! So that will be 28.25 to be fair,for both short and tall riders!
  • + 1
 Spotted, hybrid skin suit system that vacuums the clothing to the body after race start via bluetooth/voice activation.
  • + 1
 Yay now everybody can be as fast as the next guy...again. What's the frikkin point?
  • + 1
 29ers—the monstrous muses of all poetic pinkbikers.
  • + 2
 180mm rear travel
  • + 1
 30" wheels are better though so save your money for next seasons bikes.
  • + 1
 Looks like a session...actually, like and operator........
  • + 2
 *an
  • + 1
 I heard it has a 26" rear wheel though
  • + 1
 Out of curiosity would it be possible to race 32" wheels?
  • + 1
 Also danny hart... myriam nicole...all 29er...
  • + 0
 Bicycle industry you suck get a standard and stick with it
  • + 0
 yinz know that porcelain oval wheels are next...
  • + 1
 feelsbadman
  • + 0
 Wait that couldn't be a 29er--it has a fox 40 on it, not a 49
  • + 1
 and then he crashed...
  • + 0
 Meh, looks like a Session
  • - 2
 Fucking baiting the Waaambulance patients by posting 29er DH bike photos... Nice haha
  • + 0
 SESSION, SESSION.
  • - 1
 Please, give us back MTBs.
  • - 2
 Nothing new #meh
  • + 2
 Yup,same old crappy comment from you.
  • - 1
 Looks like a session
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