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    This is a great build.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEtheDOG
    There are some beautiful Retrotecs in this thread. This one is NOT mine but I love the execution and it certainly belongs here.



    The Color scheme on this was the inspiration for my Pear. Curtis has an eye for colors on retro builds like no other.

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    Not Quite SS, Currently A 1 X 5 With 45c Knobbies
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Not Quite SS, Currently A 1 X 5 With 45c Knobbies
    Then it shouldn't quite be in this thread then...
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    ok next time i ride i won't shift. LOL. thread nazi!! fully rigid is what caught my eye

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    Next thing someone will post a motorcycle, since "it is not quite" a bike, but has two wheels. Public education and reading skills just are not what they used to be.

    Everyone, if you add those folks to your "Ignore" list, you hide their posts, since they have nothing to contribute. except off topic shiz.
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    Mine may not be as sweet looking at the Retrotec's but's mine and I love it!
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    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.
    I know its a strange notion to you but some of us do care about this community and want it to be useful, healthy and accessible. Some might take it more seriously than others and asking that thread content stay on topic might seem petty, but the impetus behind it is correct in that we want the format that this forum is based on to continue as efficiently as possible.

    You might call it uptight, but I call it respect.

    And trust me, they might scold someone for posting content out of context, but they aren't losing any sleep over it.

    Neither am I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    ok next time i ride i won't shift. LOL. thread nazi!! fully rigid is what caught my eye
    R.I.F. You can always start your own thread, or you could just post here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.
    I started this thread. I put the qualifications in UPPERCASE. It's OK that you posted your bike, but I would rather see FULLY RIGID SS 29ers. It's not about being uptight. It's about being able to look at all the beautiful bikes out there that meet that criteria. I really love seeing what others are riding and all the different setups. Anyway, I hope the others will leave you alone. I personally would rather see more bikes than replies filled with banter.

    P.S. I have a great life, a wife, and kids. This thread doesn't even make it to my list of worries.

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    Back on topic.

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    Well I'd delete my post if I could, but it seems I can't. So of all the horrors in the world; I guess the picture of my 1 x 5 will stay. I didn't know it would disrupt the flow of the thread so much. Ask the moderator to delete it if it is causing so much trouble.

    If it makes you feel better I'll turn it into a 1x1 this weekend and repost. Would this be OK with the jury?

    I thought most, like me, appreciated bikes of all configurations. How many 1 x 5's do you see?

    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?
    Pot - Kettle. Let it go FFS

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    No one is being a post Nazi here. Its just that when everyone follows the rules (or the intent of the thread) then someone doesn't, of course its going to be pointed out.

    If you made a mistake, own up to it and laugh it off. No big deal. Cop an attitude, then well, you'd look like an ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Well I'd delete my post if I could, but it seems I can't. So of all the horrors in the world; I guess the picture of my 1 x 5 will stay. I didn't know it would disrupt the flow of the thread so much. Ask the moderator to delete it if it is causing so much trouble.

    If it makes you feel better I'll turn it into a 1x1 this weekend and repost. Would this be OK with the jury?

    I thought most, like me, appreciated bikes of all configurations. How many 1 x 5's do you see?

    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?
    No one is operating in this extreme except you. It's just, for future reference, please follow the rules. Inherent in that statement is that we would like to see you post again. No hard feelings.

    Unless you are just incapable of apologizing sincerely and moving on.

    And if you don't know any uptight mountain bikers than you either don't know many or only know slow ones.

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    This thread is being derailed too easily by petty comments...

    Lets get it back on topic and keep it alive because there are some quite fabulous bikes being posted.

    My winter beater / wife's summer cruiser:



    Very soon to have matching Godzilla Green 853 Niner fork.

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    Got this Outcast last year and made a few upgrades. Overall it's been a great ride and tons of fun.
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    It's go time

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    Some of mine

    This one was the one before last


    Then had this


    Now I have this
    "I ride to clear my head, my head is clearer when I'm riding SS. Therefore, I choose to ride SS."~ Fullrange Drew

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    soma

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    We the people ...

    Nice rigs you guys have
    I can't wait to get my first 29er this week.
    Keep em coming

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    I was beginning to think I was alone...

    Thanks for sharing the pics and the inspiration.

    I am still on my Mary SS only upgrades have been wheels and tires. Sounds like a car thing.

    Anyway here is a pick from last year of me actually riding it

    There were 3 Full rigid SS bikes on that trip. One was a 26er but we don't hold that against him...too much

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    On a beach ride yesterday: Manhattan Beach heading towards El Porto



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    My BlackCat - V 2

    Just got this back from being repainted...now it truly is a "Black" cat. Over last 2 1/2years have swapped fork (Ahearne w/internal cable routing), bars (Ti Luv Handles) and am finally tubeless. It is dialed in!
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    Been riding the Swift for over a year now...great bike!

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