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  1. #1
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    Singular pilots! Pic thread

    I just picked up a Swift.







    She's only been around the neighborhood.... not on dirt yet. Soon...

    Highlights:

    Singular Swift frame, large
    Reba SL fork, 80mm
    Hope Pro2 SS rear hub
    Real Disk front hub
    DT Swiss X470 rims, DT Swiss Competition spokes, brass nipples
    Hope Mono Mini disk brakes, 160mm rotors
    Homebrew Components 21t alu spider cog
    XTR M952 cranks, 180mm
    Jericho spiderless SufferRing, 34t
    Titec H-Bar
    XTR pedals
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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpbot
    I just picked up a Swift.


    She's only been around the neighborhood.... not on dirt yet. Soon...

    Highlights:

    Singular Swift frame, large
    Reba SL fork, 80mm
    Hope Pro2 SS rear hub
    Real Disk front hub
    DT Swiss X470 rims, DT Swiss Competition spokes, brass nipples
    Hope Mono Mini disk brakes, 160mm rotors
    Homebrew Components 21t alu spider cog
    XTR M952 cranks, 180mm
    Jericho spiderless SufferRing, 34t
    Titec H-Bar
    XTR pedals
    Sorry man - what size is that frame med or large?

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    woops - it was right there!

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    Medium Singular Peregrine with Woodchipper and monstrous tires (2,1"). Great fun to drive in comparison to traditional bars and 35mm Continental cx-tires. Still figuring out the right setup for the bars though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by antti k.
    Medium Singular Peregrine with Woodchipper and monstrous tires (2,1"). Great fun to drive in comparison to traditional bars and 35mm Continental cx-tires. Still figuring out the right setup for the bars though.
    That bike with a rear rack would be the most versatile bike I can think of. I'll take one in titanium please. Gorgeous, and truly monstercross (minus those discs ).

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