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29er revised  


2008 we were asked by a local bikeshop to develop a Crosscountry oriented 29er steelframe concept.

The result

was a success and has been heavily used and abused till this day. Due to the economic crisis the prototype has not made it into production and the project was cancelled June 2010. With that the promise not to build a 2Souls 29er frame lost its meaning and
fastforward 6month, here we are with our own 29er frame concept.
This is a little sneakpeak of an older (workinprogress) CAD

From the beginning it was clear a 2Soulscycles frame would never be a lightweight/cc frame. Basically, we wanted a 29er version of our 41.5 funtail, for Allmountain, HXC, Enduro riding : combining the lively handling of a 26" bike with the advantages of the big 29er wheels.

For the past few years lots of new standards concerning headtubes, steerertubes and front derailleurs appeared on the market. As we tried to achieve high crosscompatibility we`ve chosen the relatively new 44mm id headtube standard so one can use 1 1/8", tapered and even 1.5" forks; and Shimano FD front derailleur brazeon to get the chainstaylength as short as possible with biiiig tires.

The geometry data of the preproduction sample size L (Reba 100mm, CaneCreek 110 Headset, without sag):

Steering Angle 69,5°
Seattube Angle ~72,5°
Toptube length horizontal 620mm
reach 419,6mm
stack 636,1mm
BB drop 56mm
Chainstay length horizontal 416-430mm
Headtube 115mm
Seattube length c-t 470mm (c-c 325mm)

44id Head Tube
Shimano FD Derailleur
EVO2 slider Dropouts (Syntace X-12 version to follow soon!)
allowed for 140mm+ Suspensionforks!!
Tire Size 2.4+?!

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