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    my 737EBB with a custom stem built by my buddy matt kaminecki.

    pink kaminecki stem on zion 737ebb

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobblestone
    I'm not sure if this counts but I am posting my Surly LHT with Bontrager 1.8s on it. I built this bike to be simple and fun and I am really enjoying it. The ride is plush and my fit is spot on. I can take it just about anywhere and that is what I love about it.
    Cool! That looks like a really fun bike. Reminds me a lot of my touring bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the locust
    my 737EBB with a custom stem built by my buddy matt kaminecki.

    pink kaminecki stem on zion 737ebb

    Nice!
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Drop Bar Stoke

    Not bored either, but I do like a drop bar MTB. Here's a link to my Fargo over at my Flickr site.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jmeiser...7607115159894/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbotron
    Cool! That looks like a really fun bike. Reminds me a lot of my touring bike.
    Maybe because it's a touring bike frame? Wish my 58CM LHT would fit my 2.1 Nanos. It would make a great gravel grinder.

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    Great photos JMKM!

    The Fargo such an exciting development.

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    Warning: 26er content and it is not even mine...
    (pic stolen and resized from http://www.amarobikes.com/galeriaen.html )
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    I love that bike. Such a weird one. Nice photo too.

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    this ones for sale in the classifieds right now

    My KM Monster
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    Check out my BLOG www.joemtbiker.blogspot.com

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    more pics from this mornings early morning gravel grind west of Miami...

    From Monocog Flight 29


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    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMKM
    Not bored either, but I do like a drop bar MTB. Here's a link to my Fargo over at my Flickr site.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jmeiser...7607115159894/
    Details on the front rack Joe?

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    My short lived drop bar MTB below. The config in this shot left the bars way too low and I finally came close, but had to use a goofy extender on my steerer tube which was unsightly and unsafe. It did however make me see that a drop bar MTB was something I really wanted.

    I bounced around the idea of a custom (in my opinion, the only way to do it right). That was until the Fargo came along. I thought I would be riding it this weekend, but it showed up with a ovalized headtube (not a manufacturing defect, but rather shipping/poor packing damage).

    Big thanks to Salsa for making such a cool bike. I think it should work nice. Te headtube is almost 5 inches longer than my KM! Hopefully I will be on mine soon and post up some pics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ATXSS
    Details on the front rack Joe?
    It's a Velo Orange porteur w/ rail.

    http://velo-orange.com/voporteurrack.html

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    ed: whoops, I redunded.

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    That bike is looks fantastic. And practical. What a great take on the all-rounder.
    I'm covered in beer.

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    My IF

    I just took off my jones bars and I am running Bell Laps and I am really liking this setup!
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    Nice looking setup. I like the subtle details on your IF - the dropouts look great and the black PC'd XTR is spot on!
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    Fargo



    Here's a production drop bar rig. This is the one I'm riding currently.

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    how does one e-whistle?

    cause that there is one good lookin' ride

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    Surly KM
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    something looks just right about a dirty KM w/ drops and bags
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    latest (and last) iteration of the drop bar Monocog Flight. Parts have transitioned to a different frame so this one can get smoothed/powdercoated as a gift for my Dad's birthday.

    From Monocog Flight 29
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Pugger

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    Pain is Good

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    Quote Originally Posted by banzai
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    Looks great. Your quote "Pain is good" - like that too
    Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances. Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLightGo
    something looks just right about a dirty KM w/ drops and bags
    No bags, but it's got drops. Monkey + Midge = Merriment
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