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    Engin

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    I have to post 15 times before I can PM another fella. This is #15. Yay! (^_o)

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    19.5-lb. Soma Juice porn:

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    Time to stop believing the hype and start doing some science.
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    Not the clearest photo but....

    My $475 Voodoo Soukri frame w/ $36 Wiley fork off of Ebay. All other parts are from my shed. Super cheap, super sweet fun.
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    @melting feather! That's a realllly nice bike man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joystik View Post
    @melting feather! That's a realllly nice bike man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skilikeme View Post
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    thanks, y'all.
    she rides like a dream.
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    Updated stem and seatpost (Sunline)

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    Here's mine. and lovin it!!

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    Monocog Flight

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    moose, idk what your doing to get your depth of field blur, but its reading kind of choppy, if thats photoshop that your doing it in and not a camera setting, i could send you a tutorial that would really liven it up. im reading stark lateral lines in the blur, is that my imagination

    sweet bike though, i got the standard cog, thought the flight was FS

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    Good to see you again. This machine and the colors you selected are absolutely gorgeous !!
    Simple, not easy.

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    Shots from a ride this morning. Had some fury friends stop by in the last pic. Sorry they are taken with my cell phone.

    20" Jabberwocky
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    How are you liking the QBall I am interested in one as my next frame over my Inbred.
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    So Sexy!
    Something with wheels and brakes.

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    AaronJ: now that's a nice looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by balance_fit View Post
    Good to see you again. This machine and the colors you selected are absolutely gorgeous !!
    Thanks!! something about these bikes that I keep coming back to..I broke my radius in my left arm doing some dirt jumps on it the second day of owning it. The front tire pinch flatted on the landing on the transition..otb and several full body dabs later the dust settled. To the hospital I went! It was my fault..I should have bumped the tire pressure up before doing the dirt jumps..snyhow, still love it, and can't wait to heal and ride it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se View Post
    several full body dabs later the dust settled.
    Sorry to hear about your injury, but damn, that description is funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus View Post
    Sorry to hear about your injury, but damn, that description is funny!
    Thanks!! That happened this past Thursday..going to the Ortho today to get my couch sentence..

    Some guy was talking about my pics having depth of field choppiness or issues..It's a tilt shift effect in the camera. It's only effective at certain distances, and I'm too lazy to photoshop anything. At the right distance..it's quite a cool effect. I like to give the eye something interesting/confusing every once in a while.

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    Blanquette's...?

    Nice looking Niner. By the way, that trailhead looks awfully familiar. Blanket's?


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    Here is the new Fast n' Lite. Light for me anyway.

    (XL) right @ 23lbs. w/pedals.

    I climb like a scared goat on this bike.

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    double post
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    new pic of my Waltworks.
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    Finally something to post here!


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    Nice bike !
    Simple, not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se View Post
    Thanks!! something about these bikes that I keep coming back to..I broke my radius in my left arm doing some dirt jumps on it the second day of owning it. The front tire pinch flatted on the landing on the transition..otb and several full body dabs later the dust settled. To the hospital I went! It was my fault..I should have bumped the tire pressure up before doing the dirt jumps..snyhow, still love it, and can't wait to heal and ride it again.
    Definitely, this type of bike, although not well understood by a segment of our sport, is the true deal. For me, it's confidence inspiring !

    Sorry to hear about your crash...heal promptly !
    Simple, not easy.

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    Nice looking Canfield, very clean.

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    2010 Monocog with a powder coat facelift and a set of Hope Pro2/Flow wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arashi View Post
    It's just a Monocog Flight but it's my 1st SS and I'm pretty happy about it!
    I've had 3 different Flights! Definitely one of my all time favorite bikes! Everything about your build just flows really well. I like it!

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    Same bike as post #12 with a couple updates.


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    Some really nice bikes posted on this page.

    Big Ardents make this bike look mean and all business.

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    Tempted to ditch my Kenda's for Ardents or WeirWolfs.


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    Hong-Fu carbon rigid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nath8 View Post
    Hong-Fu carbon rigid.
    Nice! Am I the only one thinking Intense Hard Eddy here?!...

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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Tempted to ditch my Kenda's for Ardents or WeirWolfs.
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    Ardent up front with WWLT out back, does surprisingly well on the uphills. Was in a ton of sand, rocks ,mud, and roots some was really loose rock. The WWLT held great on these horrible hills, the Ardent did awesome tracking through the sand at high speed also.
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    I see a derailleur!! ^

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    Build off bike

    This bike I made for a Build Off featured at the 2010 EHBE show in Germany

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    This is one of the first bikes I ever made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter82 View Post
    I see a derailleur!! ^
    Looks like a tensioner. Though I do see a derailleur on the second to the last pic.

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    Here's what I have so far. Waiting on the rest of my parts to come in. Hopefully I'll have it completed in 2 weeks.
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    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParisLove View Post
    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?
    I went the other way and it was a very big difference.

    How big a difference and what your conclusions are about it (good/bad) depends on which two exact forks you're talking about and what each feels like to you and what you think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParisLove View Post
    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?
    Yes.
    Yes.
    More opinions, (rather than hijack this thread).
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    1st gen Kona Kula 2-9

    meet Proud Mary. I've won (2) 24 hour races on this rig, against geared plushy bikes at that. eat your heart out gear junkies.
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    Nice bikes!

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    These bikes are like art. Very sexy!!!

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    Im pretty sure this is the 1st time I have posted of my Dillinger in this thread.




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    Here she is, at a wee 20.2 lbs
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