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    My Rock Lobster 29er.. CK Classic hubs, Paul Cantilever Brakes, XTR derailleurs, Raceface Cranks, Salsa Stem and post, CK Headset, yada, yada...
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    Here's my Rawland Drakkar...


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    Quote Originally Posted by agu View Post
    Here's my Rawland Drakkar...


    Awwwwww yeah....... If only the weather would cooperate on the weekends!!!

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    Another Drakkar....



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    Here is my Singular Gryphon.....


    Check out my Blog!
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    Cool bikes in here

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    I want to post my drop-bar 29er but I only have 9 out of 10 posts. One more to go...

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    Karate Monkey

    2x9 right now, but have just scored some 10 speed DA shifters so will mount those soon!
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    NOS Raleigh-Kinesis frame freshly painted by Seattle Powdercoat. Mishmash of assorted parts.



    Shifter set-up: Shimano Dura-Ace 10spd downtube shifters bolted to Kelly Take-Off mounts.



    The finishing touch:


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    Nah, Molly Ringwald wasn't that pretty in pink even in Pretty in Pink.
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    nice pictures!!!

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    another Unit 2-9
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    Monkey with 10 speed DA

    Just scored these levers off a wrecked bike. So far so good. They have very long hoods compared to the 9 speed DA and have adjustable reach which is great. I have got inline cable ajusters on the right, and will also put on the left (when I get the right cable width) so that I can convert it to single speed just by undoing the cable and detaching it all from the bars back. I havent tried it as a SSer yet.
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    My Hunter with 29er tires:




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    Quote Originally Posted by ben_san View Post
    My Hunter with 29er tires:


    What bars are these ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric_syd View Post
    What bars are these ?

    They look like Salsa Cowbell bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG View Post
    They look like Salsa Cowbell bars.
    Yep, spot on, Cowbell 2. Working out great for me as a nice compromise between road compact drops and highly flared mtb specific bars.

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    Just repurposed my EMD frame




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    Drop-specific 29-er. Been through a bunch of iterations since '04. Current with Pace carbon fork and rear v-brake. Original with rear cantis & Kelly fork.
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    My Midged GT Peace 9er

    Hi, this is my first mtb, I swapped out the stock stem and riser bar fairly soon after I got the bike and so far like the the Midge drops a lot. At first I had some doubt about how this setup would allow me to tackle dips and drops on local single track, but after a couple endos I learned to throw the bars forward and the ham back and now I don't have problems. I might like an extra inch of spacers on this setup, but its not needed to an extent of droping the money on a new fork or a custom stem (doubt ill find anything stock and longer and more upward than the 40deg 120mm bontrager race lite thats on the bike now)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike5krnr View Post
    My Rock Lobster 29er.. CK Classic hubs, Paul Cantilever Brakes, XTR derailleurs, Raceface Cranks, Salsa Stem and post, CK Headset, yada, yada...
    That Rock Lobster is beautiful. Great job
    Last edited by CS2; 07-11-2012 at 04:03 PM.
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    So, quick question, for disk brakes I'm assuming Avid BB7 Road are the only way to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R+P+K View Post
    So, quick question, for disk brakes I'm assuming Avid BB7 Road are the only way to go?
    If you want to use brifters, yes. If SS or bar ends, then the Tektro RL520 levers will work with Avid Mountain disc, BB5/7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus View Post
    If you want to use brifters, yes. If SS or bar ends, then the Tektro RL520 levers will work with Avid Mountain disc, BB5/7.
    There is also the Problem Solvers Inline Travel Agent. I've never used it, but a buddy has...but I can't remember which one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil View Post
    There is also the Problem Solvers Inline Travel Agent. I've never used it, but a buddy has...but I can't remember which one

    The REAL solution is Kelly Take-Offs, if you can find them. I've been looking for years........ One set on e-Bay that went for 10x what I could pay.

    Sweet, if you can be so lucky.


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    future nature

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    Drop Bar 29ers

    If you look at the "post your cyclocross/monstercross" threads you can't help but trip over the " That isn't a ____, that's just a 29er with drop bars!" comment. Well for those of you who want to post your bikes that don't conform to the rigidly defined standard of the other threads, here's your chance to show your stuff.
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    Yep, that certainly deserves its own thread.
    Warning: may contain sarcasm and/or crap made up in an attempt to feel important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailville View Post
    Yep, that certainly deserves its own thread.
    No actually it doesn't but it's as close as I can do for right now so there it is.
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    Is that truly a drop bar 29er? It looks like the drop bars are the clamp on type sold by Origin8 and you've utilized your standard XC bars.

    Now I am not imposing the "rigidly defined standard" of Monstercross or "dropbar 29ers", but this doesn't truely have dropbars on it....very clever though!
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    Bingo Bango Boingo - looky here!

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    Wow that thread didn't come up in my forum search, that's why I started this one.

    dubdryver that is exactly what it is. I just wanted to seed the pot as it were. Now that I've been shown the error of my ways in this unnecessary thread though, it'll be the only bike on here.

    Alright folks move along there is literally nothing to see here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by junior1210 View Post
    If you look at the "post your cyclocross/monstercross" threads you can't help but trip over the " That isn't a ____, that's just a 29er with drop bars!" comment. Well for those of you who want to post your bikes that don't conform to the rigidly defined standard of the other threads, here's your chance to show your stuff.
    There's a whole lot of "whaaaaaaa?" goin' on in that picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawfarm View Post
    There's a whole lot of "whaaaaaaa?" goin' on in that picture.




    Tis interesting.

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    Only thing in that pic is two sets of bar ends and a bar bag that held my tools and spare tube (which has been changed since that pic was taken). The drop bar ends work rather well except the way I have them in that pic is too wide to be comfortable for more than about 20-30 min. I may try real drops at some point in the future if anybody starts making road brake levers for hydraulic discs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    Weapon of choice for a 12 hour race.
    Anybody know what mfg and make those bars are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by junior1210 View Post
    Anybody know what mfg and make those bars are?
    I think it is this one:

    On-One Midge Handlebar

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    Thanks AZ MTNS. Like the new avatar pic also.
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    Just finished this up over the weekend.

    16" 2011 Kona Unit
    36:18 for pavement/gravel/rail trails
    32:22 on the inside for doubletrack/singletrack

    A mishmash of parts, but a pretty fun ride!


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    For the most part, yes. Unless you're running Tektro V-compatible levers, then you can use the Mountain version of the BB7s.

    Oh, and here's my prototype drop bar Ti 29-inch Salsa, AKA the Bike With No Name (BWNN).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ben_san View Post
    My Hunter with 29er tires:



    this thing is so dope. damn
    Why are there so many threads about cheap ass bikes?

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    Yeah..that Hunter has so many nice frame and fork features, and yet on the surface its not a flashy bike. Unique though, and those seat stays and rear drop-outs are really interesting. Cool without having to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa View Post
    just finished tonight. Ready to race at cool.

    sweet!!!

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    Here's my Chinese 29er carbon with drop bars and set up as a rigid 1 x 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by junior1210 View Post
    Anybody know what mfg and make those bars are?
    My bike.

    On-One Midges.

    That Hunter is a tidy bike.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fab4 View Post
    Here's my Chinese 29er carbon with drop bars and set up as a rigid 1 x 10.
    Nice! Please take more pics from other angle. Chinese 29er carbon custom paint+logo with drop bar could be my next bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nateeprasan View Post
    Nice! Please take more pics from other angle. Chinese 29er carbon custom paint+logo with drop bar could be my next bike.
    Here's another pic from a different angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fab4 View Post
    Here's my Chinese 29er carbon with drop bars and set up as a rigid 1 x 10.
    Who painted the derailleur? It looks nice. BTW why did you name it excuse me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CS2 View Post
    Who painted the derailleur? It looks nice. BTW why did you name it excuse me?
    It's a Microshift. They come that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fab4 View Post
    Here's my Chinese 29er carbon with drop bars and set up as a rigid 1 x 10.
    This may be the curmudgeon in me talking, but that bike is gaudy to the point of being offensive to my eyes!

    I'm glad you like it, rock on! And before you get offended and neg rep me, remember: Opinions are like @$$holes, everyone has one, and they all stink!

    This is only MY opinion.

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