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Enve AM 29 rims with Hope pro 2 Evo hubs and Sapim CX Ray spokes. ThIs really is a fantastic wheel set, the added stiffness makes a marked difference on the trail overcoming the inherent problem of flex in most 29 wheel sets without introducing any harshness. The rims have a couple of small scuffs otherwise in fantastic condition, also a couple of spokes have been replaced with non CX Ray's after they were replaced at short notice. I was going to replace when rebuilding onto dt Swiss hubs but a new (650b) bike meant these have not been ridden for the last 12 months.
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Dec 22, 2015 at 12:41Dec 22, 2015
Chris Porter Talks: GeoMetron 29" Prototype
I have to agree with CP's comments regarding the agility of a 29er when changing direction, I own a norco shinobi and have spent a good amount of time on a slacked out custom AC29 and a custom ion15 with a 65 deg HA. I absolutely loved the ion15, it was so confidence inspiring it just made you want to go looking for trouble and was the bike I was going to upgrade to until I tried the geometron, which had the same confidence inspiring stability through anything steep and rough, but was noticeably more agile particularly transitioning from corner to corner, the ion15 had Enve wheels as well so it can't be blamed on overly heavy wheels. The geometron blew me away so much I had to buy one.