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    Voodoo Maji single speed frameset built up as a gravel grinder / cross bike. Did my first race on it today, ton o' fun.




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    My Chili Con Crosso....


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    This thing can fit some fatties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post
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    This thing can fit some fatties.
    Sweet ride! Love the brown. What bars are you running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by damnilocano View Post
    Sweet ride! Love the brown. What bars are you running?
    WTB Mountain Road Dirt Drops.
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    Many years ago I converted my wife's '06 Sirrus to drop bars. This is what it normally looks like, not a cross bike:



    Today I swapped some parts around so I could lend the Sirrus to a friend so he can enter a local CX race this weekend. Aside from the brake cable routing, I think it should work fairly well:



    The saddle and seat post are borrowed off of my 29er, the wheels are the originals that came with the Sirrus, and the tyres are some old 32/30mm Speedmaxes from my cross bike. I also swapped the brake control from 'American' to 'rest-of-the-world'.
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    My brand spankin' new Nashbar CX bike, resting cozy in my cube after it's first commute this morning. Still needs the derailleurs adjusted but I think I am in love.

    "I have one speed. I have one gear: Go." -- Charlie Sheen

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    New BH RX1

    Just picked up for Golden Bike Shop this week. Hope to race it on Saturday
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comanche View Post
    Just picked up for Golden Bike Shop this week. Hope to race it on Saturday
    The pink one with fenders?

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    My do it all bike. Road, check. Cross, check. Commute, check. Tour, check.

    I really need to take some better pictures of this thing...

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    Salsa CCC & Airborne Carpe Diem

    Salsa Chili Con Crosso setup for 2011-12



    Airborne Carpe Diem
    (Note: Still in roadie config - I have one more "road" event I plan to use it for, then it becomes the pit bike.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsqueri View Post
    Hopefully this will be a regular look for my 2000 Jamis Nova till around January.
    Awesome. This thread needs more mud!

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    Hells yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    That a tire on the rear wheel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 家ndyA View Post
    Salsa Chili Con Crosso setup for 2011-12



    Airborne Carpe Diem
    (Note: Still in roadie config - I have one more "road" event I plan to use it for, then it becomes the pit bike.)

    Is that the nashbar fork on the airborne? I need a disc fork to convert my fuji cross comp to disc. How do you like it?

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    '11 Cannondale CAADX

    -Hollowgram SL 34/42
    -Sram Rival all around
    -American Classic Victory 30
    -TRP Euro X
    -Challenge Grifo Open Tubular

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    Here is my ride. I'm the one in the back. Luckily I'm beginner and they are a little more forgiving on tire size requirements.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvoman62 View Post
    Here is my ride. I'm the one in the back. Luckily I'm beginner and they are a little more forgiving on tire size requirements.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nelzbycks View Post
    Is that the nashbar fork on the airborne? I need a disc fork to convert my fuji cross comp to disc. How do you like it?
    Sure is. It's been great. It's handled CX racing and fast singletrack mtb'ing on moderate mtb trails. I've almost come to think of it as bomb-proof for anything CX-related and moderate mtb'ing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvoman62 View Post
    Here is my ride. I'm the one in the back. Luckily I'm beginner and they are a little more forgiving on tire size requirements.
    I saw you racing! My mother, her boyfriend, and my girlfriend were there too. Very impressed. I could barely move a fat bike when I tried one.
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    My Las Cruces. A nice chilly ride after some freezing rain last winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvoman62 View Post
    Here is my ride. I'm the one in the back. Luckily I'm beginner and they are a little more forgiving on tire size requirements.
    LOL - pure awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by 家ndyA View Post
    Sure is. It's been great. It's handled CX racing and fast singletrack mtb'ing on moderate mtb trails. I've almost come to think of it as bomb-proof for anything CX-related and moderate mtb'ing.
    I also have a Nashbar CX fork. Excellent quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    I also have a Nashbar CX fork. Excellent quality.
    It is SO on; I am getting one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nspace View Post
    My SS CX bike:


    Since that photo I changed the brakes to Paul Neo Retro's, and ditched the Cane Creek levers for the SRAM ones (liked the shape of the hoods better).
    I like it!

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