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  1. #51
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    Here's my latest, loving it so far...



    Yes - I do own Singular Cycles

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    If one is good two must be better

    One for me and one for Jr.
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    Here are mine

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    My IndyFab. I have a love/hate relationship with rigid.


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    Niner One9 with Waltworks fork painted to match, from last year.
    And the recent upgrade to a Waltworks frame and fork.
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    The pace fork has been removed and the surly for re-installed. That fork was a pain in the A$$, definitely not worth the weight savings.
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    Another Surly.

    It looks a bit dirtier now...
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    My ego is bigger and better looking than yours.

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    seismic industries "epicenter"

    Seismic industries "epicenter from about 10 years ago.shorter spokes=stiffer wheel
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    Wuzzat front hub?
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    Dean Colonel with Salsa cro moto grande, now it has an ENO eccentric instead of the singulator.
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    Take advantage of every opportunity to ride your bicycle!

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    I absolutely love my rigid commandante

    ...Agile, surprisingly comfortable in the rough stuff,and about 18 lbs. I rarely choose to ride my Saltamontes these days.
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    What was the trouble with your Pace fork?

    I haven't had any problems yet, but....


    Quote Originally Posted by Critking
    The pace fork has been removed and the surly for re-installed. That fork was a pain in the A$$, definitely not worth the weight savings.
    Ask me about my translucent green clearcoat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quasi
    Are you saying you have a 29-inch rigid?
    Yes I am....
    "The physician heals, Nature makes well" - real fortune cookie

    CCCMB trail work for trail access - SLO, CA

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    I see a trend...

    Great bikes! I see a trend; a lot of us 29er owners have at least two of them.

    Here's my main rides, kind of pedestrian compared to all these other great looking bikes!

    1X9 Flight 29er, around 25 pounds. Insanely fun now that I have a chain-checker on it.

    Monocog SS is about 27 with hbars.

    Seems kind of retro, I started out with a Hardrock and a Fisher AL1 rigids for several years but the handling with the big wheel are making my riding a lot faster and more fun. I've noticed rigids ride more quietly than other types. Take the headphones off and its a great experience!

    Almost never ride my 26 inch bikes anymore. My other Redline is the 26 inch monocog for commuting. For my riding, these Redline frames just feel right.
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    My Mary, best $800 Ive ever spent, my other 29er is worth 3 times as much, but Mary gets used the most.
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    24hrs pounding
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    My New Ahearne

    Only have a few rides on it so far, but really loving this bike!
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    Here's my 22lbs Zion.

    Wide Velocity Blunt rims with Geax Tires and Michelin latex tubes make for a surprisingly supple ride.


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    Another El Mariachi

    This bike is so sweet, also have a Ventana El Padrino i'm building up as a 1x9 rigid (soon, Very soon)










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    Quiring Custom

    Quiring frame and forks
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    Quote Originally Posted by el Turtlehead
    I haven't had any problems yet, but....
    The first one I ordered had a cosmetic defect, in places the clear coat was too thin so you could see and feel the carbon weave and it also had little crack it the clear coat.

    The second one was fine for the first few weeks and then it started to creak. So I removed the crown race re-installed it, cleaned and regreased everything and it still creaked. Put the Surly fork back on and silence.

    I have heard of other people riding these trouble free, so it was a dissapointment. I guess I will put a 2.5 on the front and probably get the same suppleness.
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    It's been posted many times before, but I have added a few new parts, so I will post again. Black Sheep Ti, rigid, 17.4 pounds. I also have a new steel Quiring frame on the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1strongone1
    It's been posted many times before.
    Yet it NEVER gets old. One of my MTBR favorites.

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    Nor Cal Goodness

    Currently my favorite bike
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    gear'd retrotec.


    I'd rather be riding my bike...

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    Hey

    Where did you get the Black Ops fork? Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by fritZman
    Here's my 22lbs Zion.

    Wide Velocity Blunt rims with Geax Tires and Michelin latex tubes make for a surprisingly supple ride.


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    Hope

    Sorry, found it.

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    Hey

    Where did you get the Black Ops fork? Thanks!

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    rigid all the way....

    my Tomatillo El M in the Creosote now has Fleagle and matching dark green CK headset

    Try this: HTFU

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    HPIM2444.JPG

    HPIM2443.JPGMy monocog powdercoated black! I love the ride..

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    Nice Joe! I've wanted to see it ever since James told me you powder coated it.

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    My One On drop bar special and Soulcraft 1x9 to add to the mix. A drop bar Soucraft SS is in the works as well...
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    I've had a few along the way...

    1) Waltworks (still rigid, and still own it)
    2) Slingshot (sold)
    3) Retrotec (sold)
    4) Blacksheep (Mikesee if you mind me using one of your pics let me know. I haven't taken any myself yet). The only change from how Mike had it set up as pictured here is the stem, which is now a Willits instead of the Moots pictured. Oh yeah, and the tires and gearing are more suited to my local trails now.
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    Soma Juice.
    It was a wicked good deal, so sceptically bought this to try 29'ers.



    After a month, I'm sure glad I did!

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    My new Kula 2 -9. Sorry about the schmutz on the camera lens - not much has changed from this pic. I will be adding a Reba shortly though.. don't worry my Karate Monkey and Walt are still (and will be) rigid.
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    Wily.....


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    a few for ya

    here's some rigids to add
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1strongone1
    It's been posted many times before, but I have added a few new parts, so I will post again. Black Sheep Ti, rigid, 17.4 pounds. I also have a new steel Quiring frame on the way.

    I drool every time I see this bike

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    I love that faux wood grain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattyd
    I drool every time I see this bike
    Thanks.
    "RIDE IT LIKE YOU HATE IT"

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    The woodgrain rocks, tell us more.

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    Here's my MCR9 before the first ride. Don't laugh at my pedals... Sometimes I ride in my Sunday shoes. I like it more every ride.
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    Mountain Goat

    Geared Mountain Goat Route 29




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    my waltworks

    oops. posted wrong.
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    Gotta learn how to stay in the right place in the thread.
    Doh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fleas
    Don't laugh at my pedals...


    Sorry, I couldn't help it.

    Sweet looking ride.

    BB

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    Meatplow V.2 by Thylacine

    Soon it will be a steel fork on the front. Carbon is so 2006.


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