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    Kent ERIKSEN frames

    You know who you are - PLEASE post yours here. The one stop thread for ERIKSEN frames.

    Here are a few shots of my frame I received today - will finish the build and final tweaking this week - follow-up photos to come.
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    head badge

    I have ordered a Kent Eriksen frame recently. I thought Kent had changed the head tube badge to a screw on type but it looks like a decal on your frame. Am I seeing things?

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    Yes - he offers a head badge too....

    Quote Originally Posted by stuss
    I have ordered a Kent Eriksen frame recently. I thought Kent had changed the head tube badge to a screw on type but it looks like a decal on your frame. Am I seeing things?
    but I went with the decal. Personal pref.
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    Here's my KE frame, #78.
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    nice

    Both of those frames look fantastic. Kent makes some sweet looking frames. Cant wait to get my Single Speed!!

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    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    ERIKSEN now built

    Search and yee shall find.....
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    So close to ordering a Eriksen 5" FS frame. Deciding between that and a Lenz Lunchbox.

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    Heres mine..
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    oooooooooo. aahhhh!

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    Thats Lite!

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    Heres mine..
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    One more from KE

    Posted these pics a while back. Rolls like a dream.

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    "Some people follow their dreams, others hunt them down and beat them mercilessly into submission." - Neil Kendall

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    super clean (as in suave) good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bituman
    Posted these pics a while back. Rolls like a dream.

    Bob
    this is AWESOME! i would love that bike, apart from the forks................

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    #241 here. Had it built as a single speed with sliders, but had some extra hose guides tacked on the seatstay to run a continous cable housing for a 1x9, (have yet to do). It has a 2" down tube that makes it stiffer than Ron Jeremy so it'll mash up technical hills like a race horse behind a glue truck. Couldn't have chosen a better builder.

    Hey Hardtail29er, glad to see you got your frame. The decals look really good. I was teetering on the black myself.












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    How did I miss this?

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    a dirty one, sorry for this

    polished xt cranks, rasta i9 wheels, custom red r1 brakes and some other goodies. still need some masterpiece seatback post and ti bars.
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    My baby

    Kent Eriksen frame number 378. Had it since September now and its all i ever wanted. As far as i'm aware its the only BB30 specific frame he's built. Some absolutely stunning machines in this thread but naturally i would think that
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    Hello! First off, VERY gorgeous frames you got there guys! I don't think anyone has nicer welds than a KE frame. I'm currently contemplating on joining the Kent club but I just want to ask first how tough is the finish on his frame? I heard a satin finish on a titanium frame is a scratch magnet. How true is this? If you do scratch it is it easy to buff out yourself? I really hope to hear from you guys! I'm having fitted later this afternoon in a local Kent Eriksen dealer here and I just can't stop dreaming about getting my hands on a KE frame soon. Thanks guys!

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    nothing to worry about. the satin finish is plenty robust and once you got it used up have it refurbished. if i remember correctly, kent will charge you $150 or so and it looks new again. mine is 3 years old and no reason to have it refurbished yet.

    kent is a great guy and i am sure you will love your bike.
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    Thanks cook! I stay overseas that's why having it refurbished every now and then won't be pretty easy. I'm glad that it's not as scratch prone as what I've heard. I plan to keep my KE frame forever and maybe pass it on to my kids. His frames are simply works of art in motion!

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    Second that, no problem with the finish on mine either plus i hope not to need it refurbed as i'm in the UK

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    Thanks haggis. That's my concern too since I live on the other side of the globe (PI). Just had my measurements taken for my frame! Just waiting for the CAD drawing. I sure can't wait to get my hands on my own KE frame!

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    sick frames!

    ride.

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    my baby.

    This is my Eriksen frame number 242. In geared and single speed set up. I cant wait to get my second one. Black Sheep fork 490 ac and 47mm rake 20mm through axle.
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