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    Ok, thread resurrection time:

    Here's my Peregrine sat on the beach, after watching yesterdays Tour of Britain stage roll past.


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    My Gryphon

    and the answer to West Seattle's crappy broken pavement, 9 months of rainy weather, close by parks with gravel roads and single track. This will be more in the nature of an urban assault road bike than a true mountain bike (unless I'm putting on top the car and ....).

    Sram Force/Rival/X-7 drivetrain, Chris King rasta headset, Thomson stem and post, cowbell bars, vulpine rubber on DT Swiss 1800 wheels. It rolls over everything in its path, is beyond stable on the road (I think I could fall asleep riding no handed and it would still roll straight) yet quick enough to be fun and not pondering.

    It truly towers over my road bikes (which with 64 cm seattubes aren't small).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk007 View Post
    and the answer to West Seattle's crappy broken pavement, 9 months of rainy weather, close by parks with gravel roads and single track. This will be more in the nature of an urban assault road bike than a true mountain bike (unless I'm putting on top the car and ....).

    Sram Force/Rival/X-7 drivetrain, Chris King rasta headset, Thomson stem and post, cowbell bars, vulpine rubber on DT Swiss 1800 wheels. It rolls over everything in its path, is beyond stable on the road (I think I could fall asleep riding no handed and it would still roll straight) yet quick enough to be fun and not pondering.

    It truly towers over my road bikes (which with 64 cm seattubes aren't small).
    TWO Sweet Bikes!

    Know what you're saying about the Gryphon towering over your other bike. Feels like I'm driving a monster truck when I'm on mine.

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    those gryphon with 180mm front rotors, which adaptor model of Avid did you guys use?

    i am thinking of getting a gryphon...just not sure to run ss or gears on them...most prob will be geared coz i have a jones as my ss but all these ss gryphon simply look nicer..

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    mojak - I built up a Gryphon a couple of years ago (fresh build pics on pg. 12 since changed considerably) as a single speed and enjoyed it big-time but found I was always looking for another gear at hilly site where I ride 90 percent of the time. Since I already had two other single-speeds, I played around with throwing the upper end from an XT cassette on a ss Hope Pro II hub (see - "6 cogs on a SS hub" discussion) and matched that up with an XTR rear der. and bar-end shifter. Got a 38 tooth ring on my White Industries crank and a Pauls Chainkeeper (minimal clearance between keeper and crankarm - can't go smaller) and I love this set-up. Got a gear for street use and hauling on straight single track in a 17 tooth cog and some forgiveness with a 32 upper on the cassette for some gradual uphill action. Still have the lateral stiffness that ss wheel build offers and all the gears I need/want on this rig. Best thing, if I ever want to go back to ss, the conversion is a piece-of-cake. Best of both worlds!
    Want to see an awsome looking Gryphon? Go to page 13 and check out the creation that Simonhi put together.

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    Im intrigue by the 6cogs on ss hub but not sure which rear d is compatible with it..as for shifters intend to use the Retroshift CXV shifters/brake levers also not sure if its compatible for rear application.

    its either i do geared gryphon n keep my Jones ss or geared the Jones and do the gryphon ss...now that is the million dollar qn...

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    Hummingbird, looking unusually clean.....
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    Hi guys, any of you know if shimano bar end shifters can be used to the current 2x10 shimano mtb groupset like the xt or slx? any one tried this combination before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ze_Zaskar View Post
    Yes I did

    Nothing wrong with the frame, it was really excellent for what it was.

    But I'm now in need of a geared bike, preferably with rack mounts, and I don't have the funds to build another bike, so the Swift had to go.
    This new Swifts with gear cable guides, shorter forks and zinc coating are really sweet (and the price is right too), but they still lack the rack mounts (I'm not yet sold on those bikepacking bags, at least to daily use) and those cool anything cages fork braze ons.
    Really? Why? They're a lot lighter and if built correctly, fit your bike like a glove. That gives you the ability to do a lot more varied riding on your bike of choice. It also depends on how much you carry, to and from work as well as whether you want to leave them on the bike or take everything off. If you want to take it off... forget it. Of course, I come from a bikepacking/bag making background and not a touring background. We're also Singular owners and we know Sam. Just to come clean.

    In any case, everyone that I know with a Gryphon (especially, the single speeders) choose the Gryphon over the Fargo nearly every time.

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    Perfect winter weather for riding.

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    Had a few upgrades so a repost is in order. This thing makes me smile every time I ride it.

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    Just finished building my Gryphon the other day.This is my second dance with a Gryphon. Over a period of several years I went from a first gen Fargo to a Gryphon, then to Rawland Drakkar and now back to a Gryphon again.Never cared for the Fargo, liked the Drakkar quite a bit but it felt a little less trail-worthy than the Gryphon so here I am again...



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    Singular photos: Post here!

    Hey N10S..... Just curious what you didn't like on the Fargo as so many people seem to put the two bikes in the same category. Haven't had either but I'd take the Gryphon based on no sliders and 'real' Singlespeed capability but have never compared geometry or anything.

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    Posted in the wrong thread, sorry guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 Speed View Post
    Hey N10S..... Just curious what you didn't like on the Fargo as so many people seem to put the two bikes in the same category. Haven't had either but I'd take the Gryphon based on no sliders and 'real' Singlespeed capability but have never compared geometry or anything.
    I found the Fargo to be slower handling and the BB was also pretty low.Really not much fun to ride on single track. I did not think that the lower BB would cause any issues but definitely had to watch it on rocky single track to avoid crank strikes. By comparison the Gryphon (for me personally) felt more like a drop-bar mountain bike and as capable as any rigid 29er off the beaten path. Sam at Singular has mentioned previously that the Gryphon handles in a similar fashion to the Swift and based on my experiences thats not surprising. Overall though the Fargo was a very comfortable bike, perhaps the most cushy rigid bike I have ever owned/ridden. It also has lots of touring braze-on's as well where the Gryphon doesn't,although thats not what I was really looking for. In my mind having owned both I feel that although they are both drop bar specific frames with a tall head tube/front-center, they are very different bikes. From what I have read the newer Fargos are probably closer, but I have not had a chance to ride one so can't really comment one way or the other.

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    Looks familiar . Glad to see it built up - looks great. I miss it, will probably be another one in my future at some point.

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    Good looking bike! My Singular needs a fork and some gears

    Quote Originally Posted by nzhumpy View Post
    Had a few upgrades so a repost is in order. This thing makes me smile every time I ride it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybo View Post
    Good looking bike! My Singular needs a fork and some gears
    Thanks.

    A fork of some description is always a good idea, and as long as you have a gear it's a good day to be riding.

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    Edited...wrong thread!

    Sorry guys!
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    Strangest looking Singular I've ever seen! Seems a bit plastic? ;-)
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    Sorry man! Wrong thread!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunkylover53 View Post
    Looks familiar . Glad to see it built up - looks great. I miss it, will probably be another one in my future at some point.
    Hey, how's it going! It's taken me a while to finally get it built. Since taking those pics I have changed to a narrower set of salsa Delgado cross wheels. The dusters were just a bit too wide and seemed better suited to a more aggressive full-on mountain bike. The delgado's also have a silver machined sidewall which looks a bit better on the gryphon than the black dusters. Hope to get some miles on the bike soon. Take care and happy trails.

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    Hi, is there any Gryphon riders who also rides the Jones? I thought of trying out dropbar trail riding with the Gryphon but am not sure if I will like it. Looking at the geometry between the Gryphon and Jones, the Gryphon has shorter ett (18mm), sta steeper by 0.5deg and a longer fork a-c (10mm) as compared to the Jones.

    By looking at these nos, if I don't really like mtb riding in the drop and change to a normal bar or the Loop bar, will I get a somewhat similar rear-weight bias riding like the Jones? Maybe I might need to get a layback seatpost to compensate the shorter ett of the Gryphon with a normal bar.

    Now I am contemplating to go with the Gryphon and pray I like riding in the drop or go wtih the Jones, put a Midge on it, hope I like it. And if I don't, then I can just revert to a normal bar on the Jones, which is what it is intended for.

    Hope some can give inputs and reasons on the way to go...Gryphon or Jones. Iknow it's a Singular thread but please help with my decision.

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    My SSR in Ben-Shemen Forest IL

    Usually I'm riding with Fox 100mm, I felt that I need to change something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mojak View Post
    Hi, is there any Gryphon riders who also rides the Jones? I thought of trying out dropbar trail riding with the Gryphon but am not sure if I will like it. Looking at the geometry between the Gryphon and Jones, the Gryphon has shorter ett (18mm), sta steeper by 0.5deg and a longer fork a-c (10mm) as compared to the Jones.

    By looking at these nos, if I don't really like mtb riding in the drop and change to a normal bar or the Loop bar, will I get a somewhat similar rear-weight bias riding like the Jones? Maybe I might need to get a layback seatpost to compensate the shorter ett of the Gryphon with a normal bar.

    Now I am contemplating to go with the Gryphon and pray I like riding in the drop or go wtih the Jones, put a Midge on it, hope I like it. And if I don't, then I can just revert to a normal bar on the Jones, which is what it is intended for.

    Hope some can give inputs and reasons on the way to go...Gryphon or Jones. Iknow it's a Singular thread but please help with my decision.
    I just put a Jones Loop Bar on my Gryphon after experimenting with a On One Mary Bar for a while.



    The Gryphon feels very playful now, should try it out soon

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    this site needs a 'like' button ... still love the simple clean lines of the rigid swift ...
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    Gryphon in Russia
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    I've been eyeing a Gryphon for a while, and when a used XL popped up on the classifieds, I was all over it:



    I built mine up with Titec H bar and as a single speed. The longish top tube (for a drop bar designed frame) allows me to be pretty comfortable with a flattish bar.

    Unfortunately, on my first ride, I pulled the rear wheel out of the dropouts while climbing a short hill. I had a bad feeling about this, and when I got home, the scale of truth confirmed it: I had bent my rear triangle.


    If 142mm rear ends are the big thing, is this even better?

    I figure I'll try to cold set this. We'll see how it goes.

    I put more details on my blog.

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    A satisfying evening

    Let's do this:



    With a little brute force, a little finesse, and a 2x4, I got everything set at 136mm dropout spacing. Close enough!

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    Any medium Gryphon owners looking to upgrade or getting bored? I bought an ad here on mtbr the other day - but I'd love to track down a no longer wanted Gryphon. Figured this thread is probably the highest concentration of activity so I'd throw out one last flare...

    Cosmetic condition is very unimportant to me...

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    Buzzard Size L. Just a few short tests so can´t really comment on the ride but it feels promising so far.

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    Too bad you can't fit on my XL.

    Quote Originally Posted by fatchanceti View Post
    Any medium Gryphon owners looking to upgrade or getting bored? I bought an ad here on mtbr the other day - but I'd love to track down a no longer wanted Gryphon. Figured this thread is probably the highest concentration of activity so I'd throw out one last flare...

    Cosmetic condition is very unimportant to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy View Post
    Too bad you can't fit on my XL.
    Already hooked up by a fellow member here. My medium Gryphon arrives on Wednesday.

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    My peregrine star to creaking at the BB aft 400km's riding, so I wondering if I can change the stock EBB to Niner BioCen V2 BB? any suggestion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xuzuohang View Post
    My peregrine star to creaking at the BB aft 400km's riding, so I wondering if I can change the stock EBB to Niner BioCen V2 BB? any suggestion?


    Try cleaning and regreasing the eccentric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatchanceti View Post
    Already hooked up by a fellow member here. My medium Gryphon arrives on Wednesday.
    Hope you enjoy it! As always, pics must be posted when you get it built!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 cog frog View Post
    Hope you enjoy it! As always, pics must be posted when you get it built!

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    Will do - I see that the new Gryphons have 73mm bb shells - do the old ones have 73mm shells too, or are they 68?

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    So Close...(will be using a different stem and need to trim cables and tape bars)
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    In more ways than one (need to figure out an alternative front derailleur solution or find myself a lower profile anchor bolt) - with 29x2.35 Super Motos. It's obviously still mounted too high there, but clearance is tight.
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    Old meets new.

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    Sweet! I suspect that old mech has quite a long cage and is bottoming out on the chainstay? You could rotate the ebb up a bit to bring the chainrings closer to the mech?

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    So Close...(will be using a different stem and need to trim cables and tape bars)
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    In more ways than one (need to figure out an alternative front derailleur solution or find myself a lower profile anchor bolt) - with 29x2.35 Super Motos. It's obviously still mounted too high there, but clearance is tight.
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    Old meets new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy View Post
    I've been eyeing a Gryphon for a while, and when a used XL popped up on the classifieds, I was all over it:



    I built mine up with Titec H bar and as a single speed. The longish top tube (for a drop bar designed frame) allows me to be pretty comfortable with a flattish bar.

    Unfortunately, on my first ride, I pulled the rear wheel out of the dropouts while climbing a short hill. I had a bad feeling about this, and when I got home, the scale of truth confirmed it: I had bent my rear triangle.


    If 142mm rear ends are the big thing, is this even better?

    I figure I'll try to cold set this. We'll see how it goes.

    I put more details on my blog.
    Geez, torquemonster! How did you manage to do that? I'm impressed!

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    I fired my Singular Swift up for the first time in a few months... I think, basically since Sea Otter. I did an out-and-back in China Camp, and had a complete blast. I didn't clean the big paved climb, but I only walked maybe 30 meters of it. That's a tough one without gears, I tell you what. Apart from that, I had a complete blast. I was railing stupid speeds, way faster than any ethical person should go on a multi-use trail packed with people on a crowded Sunday (it actually wasn't that bad). I got a couple of Strava PRs, including, beating my geared bike times in places. I totally blew out my legs on that ride. I'm still feeling it today. I can hardly bend over to tie my shoes.

    I fell into a Niner One9 frame for crazy cheap, and went back and forth about moving the parts from this bike to the One9. I ended up selling the frame without building it. I'm glad I did. The Swift may be a pound and a half heavier, but man... it SINGS on the trail like no other bike I've owned... and I've owned a lot of bikes.

    <iframe height='405' width='590' frameborder='0' allowtransparency='true' scrolling='no' src='http://www.strava.com/activities/85855785/embed/0b8fdb1d2aee7c211a56c8aa05c77a03f93f1b19'></iframe>

    Heh.. the embed function on Strava really gives the track a big case of the jaggies.

    I blew a bunch of time tonight truing the wheels, and switching back in my Hope Pro2SS wheel with DT Swiss X470 rim (serious noodley crap).... I'll be more dialed in for the next ride.

    Here's an older pic, but most is the same, except for the HBC cog I put on there....

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    Here's where I broke my HBC cog. Dan was kind enough to fix it for me in time for Sea Otter that year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    Sweet! I suspect that old mech has quite a long cage and is bottoming out on the chainstay? You could rotate the ebb up a bit to bring the chainrings closer to the mech?
    Chainstay and rear tire/cable anchor bolt clearance is an issue. Was really hoping to use those mechs, but seems like it's just not meant to be.

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    I just think the Gryphon has a particularly soft rear triangle. I was finally able to bend it just with my hands.

    I think this is the price you pay trying to balance a snappy ride feeling with a relatively budget tube set. At least, that's my theory.

    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot View Post
    Geez, torquemonster! How did you manage to do that? I'm impressed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot View Post
    I fell into a Niner One9 frame for crazy cheap, and went back and forth about moving the parts from this bike to the One9. I ended up selling the frame without building it. I'm glad I did. The Swift may be a pound and a half heavier, but man... it SINGS on the trail like no other bike I've owned... and I've owned a lot of bikes.
    My One 9 was a very nice bike and with some bling components, it was super light. But I recently sold it, as I needed to thin my collection. I sometimes miss that uber-light rocket, but my steel bikes take away the remorse. One day, I'd love to get a One 9 RDO, though.

    Some nice Singulars in here. Always wanted to get one (Gryphon, mostly). I love and prefer EBB's, but just can't get past the set screw type. If they change the design to accept a Bushnell, or even a Niner BioC, I would be all over that thing. I may eventually get one anyway, because they look so nice.

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    I'm just the opposite, I've not had a Bushnell that I liked, whereas both my Singulars have been trouble free.

    But so far, I like my new Niner's biocentric II the best.

    Quote Originally Posted by phsycle View Post
    My One 9 was a very nice bike and with some bling components, it was super light. But I recently sold it, as I needed to thin my collection. I sometimes miss that uber-light rocket, but my steel bikes take away the remorse. One day, I'd love to get a One 9 RDO, though.

    Some nice Singulars in here. Always wanted to get one (Gryphon, mostly). I love and prefer EBB's, but just can't get past the set screw type. If they change the design to accept a Bushnell, or even a Niner BioC, I would be all over that thing. I may eventually get one anyway, because they look so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy View Post
    I'm just the opposite, I've not had a Bushnell that I liked, whereas both my Singulars have been trouble free.

    But so far, I like my new Niner's biocentric II the best.
    The only Bushnell BB I've tried was on a Jones (current bike). Nice, solid BB shell with tight tolerances make for a creak/slip-free set up.

    The only thing I'm worried about on the Singular's set screw is the divots being reported on the EBB. I believe this is why Niner did away with the system. And I agree with the Bio-C. Haven't tried BCII personally, but Bio-C I was spectacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phsycle View Post
    The only thing I'm worried about on the Singular's set screw is the divots being reported on the EBB. I believe this is why Niner did away with the system.
    That is simply how they work, I have ebb's which are over 7 years old with many many 'divots' and they still easily adjust where you want them to. This is down to the correct type of set-screw being used - a cup point grub screw. This means the divots are circles, rather than a single point. Even if you do somehow manage to mash the ebb to the point where the screw slips into a previous mark, you can just file it back to flat. In the worst case scenario you can always just replace the unit, which is cheap in comparison to a Bushnell.

    If you really must have a Bushnell, I have heard of people using them in my frames as well.

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    And I agree with the Bio-C. Haven't tried BCII personally, but Bio-C I was spectacular.
    The two page pdf for set-up instructions was pretty spectacular! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    Even if you do somehow manage to mash the ebb to the point where the screw slips into a previous mark, you can just file it back to flat.
    Exactly why I am hesitant to get one. The other EBB's I've used have been essentially set it and forget it with no filing or replacement work needed, much less some cases of ovalized BB shell. Just my personal preference, but I don't think you would get a single complaint by going with clamp or wedge style EBB. It would mean tighter tolerances on the BB's, though, as the set screw set ups aren't as sensitive to that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    The two page pdf for set-up instructions was pretty spectacular! :-)
    I found the instructions very helpful. I would like to see other bike manufacturers put in as much effort in putting up detailed instructions on their products.

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    Stem arrived this week. Really nice reach to the drops (I'm 5'9" with short legs, saddle is at 73cm (BB to top of saddle)) like this. Still need to track down a road triple front mech to work. Also went to a slightly newer XT kit (mix of 8sp and 9 sp parts).

    I wish the cable stop for the front derailleur was mounted a little further back - I know most run these as single speeds or 1x but it's a minor issue. The cable drags around the back side of the BB shell on it's way up to the front mech anchor bolt after it exits the stop - so I need to do something about that with some cable straw or something. I've rotated the EBB to the "11:00" position as the lower bottle boss (and the chainstay) limit how low you can mount the front derailleur clamp.

    25.9 lbs as pictured (those are Stans Crest wheels de-stickered) with 29x2.35 SuperMotos.

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    What stem is that? Been looking for something similar for my Peregrine. Nice looking gryphon by the way.

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    Humpert High Charisma. But it says Ergotech on it. Yeah, that's what they call it. Nobody sells em here in the US, but shipping from the UK was only like $6. It's actually a pretty nice stem.

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    Thanks for that. I'll see if I can track one down.

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    I got mine through that infamous online auction site. It was a pretty easy transaction.

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    Here are some pix of my Kite. Not sure what order they will load in..
    In the local CX race series final, B&W image from Craig Madsen. At a 6hour race with my K-Monkey. On a weekend away Glamping with the missus at Kawakawa station and with some fresh new cabling when I first built it up.

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    I haven't had much luck trying to sell my Gryphon frame, which doesn't break my heart--especially when I got the idea to sharpen up its handling by swapping the shorter Blackbuck fork:



    It FELT much quick turning with this fork on it. I expected to find this result, since I thought the BB fork was much shorter (but it turned out to be only 10mm shorter), and had more rake (turns out, less). In the end, these should pretty much cancel out. Maybe I need to give the stock fork another go.

    More details, of course, are here.

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    My single speed Peregrine. It took a bit of trial and error to get it set up right with the drop bars, but it's near on perfect now.
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    Hools - That looks awesome. What stem is that you're using? I was looking pretty hard at the Peregrine, as I love EBB, but at nearly 3 times the cost of the Cross Check, I couldn't justify it. Kind of regretting it now, though!

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    Hools - That looks awesome. What stem is that you're using? I was looking pretty hard at the Peregrine, as I love EBB, but at nearly 3 times the cost of the Cross Check, I couldn't justify it. Kind of regretting it now, though!
    Thanks mate. It's a Gusset 35 degree 110 mm. I tried a lot of different stems out and this is as close as I can find to right. 10mm longer would be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noomik View Post
    wow, awesome bike. Could you post some more pictures please? Especially the dropouts. Do I see rackmounts on the bike too? Could be my future favorit bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annoying crack View Post
    Could you post some more pictures please? Especially the dropouts. Do I see rackmounts on the bike too?
    yep, rack-mounts

    here you go:

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    Build up a new Swift frame set, the new model with the gorgeous new color.



    All the parts came of my Singular Gryphon, that will ga back to a singlespeed setup with a Salsa Woodchipper bar.
    The new Swift rides like a dream, all te thing I disliked about the same setup on the Gryphon frame disappeared.
    Not that strange since the Gryphon was made for a dropbar...

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    Is the fork still completely lacking in eyelets?

    Quote Originally Posted by noomik View Post
    yep, rack-mounts

    here you go:

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    New Singular Swift:
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    My Gryphon is for sale! cheap!

    I have a posting here in the classifieds, I am going though a divorce and must sell off a few things, sadly my Gryphon is one of those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy View Post
    Is the fork still completely lacking in eyelets?
    yes, the gryphon fork has no option for anything cage or front rack

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    Quote Originally Posted by N10S View Post
    Well...after trying the ultra lightweight route with an Air9 rigid build I realized just how nice a steel framed bike really was. The next thing you know I am headed down this path...

    Based on the limited single track rides I can say this bike really feels cushy and handles obstacles with no problems. Feels a lot like the Fargo did, but maybe a touch quicker in the corners. So far no crank strike issues as of yet either. Nicely built frame with a great finish as well. Not really feeling the SS love on this ride though, and need to find a 9spd barcon so I can get it it set-up for 1x9 to provide a little more versatility. Stem is not the final either but in the hunt using parts bin items to get me riding sooner than later.
    What handlebars are these?

    I am thinking about changing my MTF flatbars for something more ergonomic and low, then I saw the handlebars on your bike. What make and model are these? Looks comfy!

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    What handlebars are these?

    I am thinking about changing my MTF flatbars for something more ergonomic and low, then I saw the handlebars on your bike. What make and model are these? Looks comfy!

    Look like On-One Midge...

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    Sold my roadbike and MTB and build this Gryphon. Haven't done any singletrack riding with the dropbar yet, so no idea how that will turn out. Only used for two 25km commuter rides until now.
    Same frame setup with flatbar
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    Quote Originally Posted by noomik View Post
    yes, the gryphon fork has no option for anything cage or front rack
    I asked Sam on FB, if I was to send the fork to a machine shop and install threaded inserts, he said it would be ok if brazed, correctly, but warranty is void, naturally.
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    Here's mine set up for gravel duty. I love this bike.
    Only change is a brooks with a thudbuster st to sit on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by x3speed View Post
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    Here's mine set up for gravel duty. I love this bike.
    Only change is a brooks with a thudbuster st to sit on.
    Is it an XL?
    How tall are you and what bb to saddle distance do you ride?

    I'm 187cm tall and in between L and XL size... trying to decide.

    How do you feel with the bike after this couple of month?

    Thanks

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    Sorry missed the post.
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    My gryphon loaded for my first overnight trip






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    Is that a 29+ Chronicle on the back? How is the clearance?

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    I think it's an Ikon on the back (where it says "ikon" on the tire leads me to think so... &#128521.

    Bike looks awesome. I always regret selling my Gryphon. Can't think of a better bike packing rig. Such a comfortable bike. Great scenery - UK?

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    Dang, maybe it's just the deep section rim that makes the tire look so much taller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy View Post
    Dang, maybe it's just the deep section rim that makes the tire look so much taller.
    For sure. Tires look huge. Are those Derby rims Savo?

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    Looks like the 2.35 Ikon to me and probably Nextie Jungle Fox rims.
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    I don't know how I've never seen this thread before.

    Anyway, my Gryphon got a new bar and tape a couple of weeks ago:





    I like the woodchipper and I like the midge, but this Gary Sweep OS is the dirtdrop I'd been waiting for. It's fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    Looks like the 2.35 Ikon to me and probably Nextie Jungle Fox rims.
    Yep, Jungle Fox rims, 2.35 Ikon rear, Chronicle front
    Not enough clearance for the Chronicle on the back.

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    Gryphon

    I really really really enjoy riding my Gryphon with a 760mm flat bar.
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    Nothing too exciting, but my gryphon is back in "summer" mode with a new chronicle upfront.


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    That's a weird summer picture... ;-) What tire did you pair the Chronicle with? I've a 2.35 Ikon on the rear but i'm not liking it that much on the i45 wide rim

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    29+ front and rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo View Post
    That's a weird summer picture... ;-) What tire did you pair the Chronicle with? I've a 2.35 Ikon on the rear but i'm not liking it that much on the i45 wide rim
    Just a 2.4 Ardent on Blunt 35. That's been my standard setup for 5+ years now, but I wore one of them out last year, and figured I might as well try the Chronicle.

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    is the rear fbn on a blunt 35? how's the clearance and did you try the fit on a wider rim?

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    Yes you are correct. I have not tried a wider rim yet but the bike worked well with this setup

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    Quote Originally Posted by x3speed View Post
    Yes you are correct. I have not tried a wider rim yet but the bike worked well with this setup
    thanks, do you think the FBN on a 45mm internal rim would fit in the rear? I've the wide rim and I'm looking for the widest tire I can fit... only tried the Chronice and it's too big.

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    Fbn is really a 2.8. I don't see it getting that much wider on a 45mm

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    WTB: Gryphon frame and fork size large (British racing green version)

    Heads up if anyone is looking to sell.

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    Just sold my green Large Gryphon...
    Absolutely amazing bike, but I've grown to hate slack seattube angles, so had to say my Gryphon goodbye... As well as all the other bikes in my stable.
    If someone would find it interesting: I used my Gryphon as 29+ with 120tpi Knards on mtx33 rims (26mm internal) with bearable tire clearance at medium to low pressures. Due to nature of the tires, they increase in volume with higher pressure significantly. If you want to run them over 1 atm they will most likely rub the frame.
    Nevertheless, the tire clearance on that Griffin is HUGE! I'm currently in a search of a replacement frame with "modern" geometry that could clear 2.5 Minions on 50mm rims. No results so far...Singular photos: Post here!-dsc03647.jpg
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    Here's a pic of my Singular Rooster setup with an 80mm fork - not the conventional Rooster build, but I like it

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    Enjoy the ride!

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