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DEAN Rohloff 29er

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DEAN Custom Titanium 29er / 58cm (sloping TT 14.5 deg / HT 23cm) / 2012

Salsa Woodchipper / Thomson X4

DEAN Ti / Chris King

Schmidt SON28 Classic Dyno Hub / Velocity Psycho 36h / Schwalbe Big Apple 700 x 60c (60-622)

Rohloff 500/14 Speed Hub 36h / Velocity Psycho 36h / Schwalbe Big Apple 700 x 60c (60-622)

RaceFace Turbine 180mm / RaceFace

Brooks B135 / FSA SL220

Wellgo B143 / Gates Carbon Belt Drive

Gilles Berthoud Rohloff Shifter for drop bars / NA

Avid BB7 / TPR

18" - 95" / Rear 'Cog' 20T / 'Sprocket' 46T

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The DEAN Rohloff 29er was built with one thing in mind: durability. Built as a custom exploration touring bike, the entire bike has been oversized and over-engineered to minimize component failure. Wall tube thickness is double and triple standard touring framesets for extra strength (0.154" ST/HT, 0.086" TT/DT, 0.135" SS/CS). The aim was to design a super reliable exploration rig that would be versatile and comfortable at the same time. Designed for inclement weather with non-oxidizing materials, Rohloff hub and belt drive, this bike is virtually weatherproof. Comfortable, dependable and one smooth ride so that a full day in the saddle feels like a dream and not a nightmare.

The Brooks B135 double sprung saddle was chosen to smoothen out the road of the century ride. For night riding, the uber reliable Supernova E3 Triple and Schmidt SON28 Klassic Dyno hub are a must. For trails, a pair of Exposure Reflex lights are used (2200 lumen output each). The rear rack is a custom OMM (Old Man Mountain) rack which is anchored at the rear skewer for maximum durability (OMM Ultimate Low Rider not shown). Ortlieb Bike Roller Plus panniers (front & rear) are used for those extended rides.

All of the comfort and durability, however, bears a weight penalty. With 3 water bottles, kryptonite lock, rear trunk bag, a few tools, food and extra jacket, the rig weighs in at 60 pounds!! This is not for the faint of heart!! BUT, if you are looking for a touring or expedition rig that will not let you down and will be comfortable to ride 10-12 hours per day, look no further. This is the ultimate touring machine.

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Ready for the apocalypse,

Ready for the apocalypse, huh?

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This thing is a monster!

This thing is a monster! Good candidate for ti h-bars. Also I have Scott touring bars be perfect for this, eliminate the need for a second bar.

thanks

The Woodchipper bar is WAY more comfortable than a regular drop bar... the Scott touring bar is a great bar and versatile, but not as comfortable...

holy sh!t bro

holy sh!t bro

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Wild setup!



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