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    Cheap thrills

    2014 Charge Cooker SS, tange cro-mo. I was drawn to the Kona Unit, but wasn't sure if I'd take to the rigid SS style, thus bought this with cheap components. I'm glad to say that riding this is a blast. I can see how this can make one a better rider. I pay more attention to my lines again.

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    That is simple and sweet. Love the color. You can pretend its Ti almost.

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    That's a cool ride!

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    Is it still fully rigid with a drooper?
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    Lynskey Ridgeline



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    Spot Honey Badger

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    Mine

    Specialized carve ned overend #54
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    Kross unplugged

    My set from Poland
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    Frame: 29" steel frame Reynolds 631
    Size: 19
    Fork: Alu 29
    Breaks: Avid Juicy 3
    Crankset: Truvativ Stylo 1.1 (32T)
    Chain: KMC
    Rear sprocket: 16T
    Hubs: Formula
    Tires: Schwalbe Little Albert
    Rims: Alexrims TD 17 Disc
    Handlebars: Truvativ Team
    Seat: Fizik Nisene
    Pedal: Every day Crank Brothers C (on picture standard platform)
    Weight: 11,7 kg
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    Re: Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er


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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdicky View Post
    Is it still fully rigid with a drooper?
    NOT SS at the moment, but just wanted to thank Teamdicky-san for inspiring me to finally throw a gravity dropper that wasn't being used much onto this bike. Lord amighty is it ever fun with this setup. Droppers were made for rigid! Apologies for the filthy gears, it does magic out at 32:19 with a well used chain...
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    Please elaborate on the dropper on rigid subject. Why is it such a good combo? I don't see much use for a dropper on anything with less than 4" travel.

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    @Nubster: My Gawd! That is both beautiful and ugly. That fork is really misplaced on this elegant frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonoskar View Post
    Please elaborate on the dropper on rigid subject. Why is it such a good combo? I don't see much use for a dropper on anything with less than 4" travel.
    Enables you to get low and flow over tech sections, so you can take full advantage of your suspension (legs and arms) Also keeps the saddle out of the way while standing 'n' mashing, then just pop it back up to sit down and take a break!

    I'd love to have one on mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonoskar View Post
    Please elaborate on the dropper on rigid subject. Why is it such a good combo? I don't see much use for a dropper on anything with less than 4" travel.
    Much as Cornfield says. Only thing I can add is after glancing at strava I saw I had PR'ed a climb, no big surprise, but more interesting is that I tied a downhill segment time I'd put up on a 4" travel dual suspension. Much easier to keep the "light hands" so necessary on a rigid bike with that seat out of the way, getting low without having to get back so much.

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    Momsen STR29

    My fully rigid, single speed Momsen STR29 in Gulf Oil racing colors. More on it over HERE

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    Cannnondale Trail SL SS

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    Hello Everybody!! I am new to the forum and trying to figure things out. I currently ride a Surly Pugsley Fat Tire Single Speed. I'll be sure to post pictures as soon as I get things figured out. Happy to be here!

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    Hi! New to the forum, please be patient with me, I'll figure it out eventually. I am not good with computers at all. I like this bike a lot!! Happy to be here. Happy Riding!
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    Niner One 9 RDO - Enve build
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    17 lbs?
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yourdaguy View Post
    17 lbs?
    Close, 18 with pedals, tubeless with Stan's

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    Nice!!!
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Salsa Selma Ti 29er SS

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