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Schwalbe's 2.6-inch Nobby Nic for 29ers - Review
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This is the frame that redefined 29er hardtail trail bikes. The aggressive geometry set the stage for what is now the "Industry Standard" for short travel, aggressive all mountain 29er hardtails. I've ridden this beauty geared & singlespeed on everything from buttery smooth flow trails to the gnarliest, rocky, ledge filled trails that the US has to offer...this bike handled it all with ease! I'm really torn about letting my beloved Yelli Screamy go to a new home but I need to thin the stable to make room for new toys. What you'll be getting is a fully customized build that's not only extremely capable of gobbling up any trail you throw at it but it's quite a looker too. The attention to detail on this build really sets it apart from other bikes you'll see on the trail. Here is a rundown on the build: Small Yelli Screamy frame - black Fox Float 100mm fork - decals removed for that murdered out look Orange Industry 9 hubs laced to Stans Flow EX rims - bomber wheels, stay stiff & true with very little maintenance needed KS LEV DX 100mm dropper post Race Face 32 tooth NW Chainring SRAM 10 speed Cassette - I rode this bike singlespeed so tons of life left SRAM X9 rear derailleur & shifter in blingy white TruVativ Stylo Cranks - 175mm Specialized Henge saddle w/ Hollow Cro-Mo rails - surprisingly comfortable saddle with a nice low profile Cane Creek headset w/ orange ano bolt on top cap - bling! Chromag Ranger stem - 90mm Bontrager Low Riser alloy, 31.8mm, 5mm rise handlebars - Brand new! Nice and wide so you can trim to fine tune your fit Brand new Bontrager grips Avid Elixer 5 brakes in blingy white Orange Salsa Seatpost clamp Crank Bros QR skewers - more orange bling Add in the white cable housing and you've got a bike that really turns heads and gets people's attention on the trail. This bike took my riding to another level & built my confidence on our rocky Austin trails like no other bike has. At this price you're getting the deal of a lifetime - the wheels alone would be $1000+ to build up new. With that said, the bike is used and I did my best to show all the little wear and tear in the pictures (scratches on seat stays, chain stays, rims, etc.) Feel free to contact with any questions or to set up a time to check it out in person.
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Feb 3, 2015 at 13:34Feb 3, 2015
Thanks blindstuff, you point out all of the things I wish I could change about this video. It was a spur of the moment "let's go make a video" type of deal. I kept telling him to ride as close to me as possible but it didn't really happen...plus he starting getting tired and falling further back the more into the video you get, which does mess with the pacing. You're right about the GoPro being tough to work with...especially when you're using a tiny phone screen to set up shots. I did change the field of view depending on the specifics of a given shot, most were medium while some were wide. Definitely need to experiment more to get the best results. A proper tripod & a willing cameraman would help too, stationary shot after stationary shot can get stale but I made due with what we had to work with. Thanks again for watching and taking the time to give some feedback, I really appreciate it.
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