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    Nice! Still loving my Nature Boy.
    Great posts, everybody. Some awesome setups!

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    DeSalvo belt drive cyclocross race bike. I love it.


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    Stevens Super Prestige!
    Tried 42x17 (magic gear), decided it was suicidal and am now down to a more sane 39x17


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    2010 Kona Major One.....I just bought this new yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmancrx View Post
    Dirty after the race
    What is this beauty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasevr4 View Post
    What is this beauty?
    Thanks

    Origin 8 CX700 all steel. This was after the CX race in Durham, NC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmancrx View Post
    Thanks

    Origin 8 CX700 all steel. This was after the CX race in Durham, NC.
    Nice one, looks great. Maybe I should go down that path.

    I've been hunting a steel, disc SSCX frameset for a long time now. Was hoping for vertical dropouts and some sort of tensioning system but I think it's time to give up on that dream and go with horizontal dropouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasevr4 View Post
    Nice one, looks great. Maybe I should go down that path.

    I've been hunting a steel, disc SSCX frameset for a long time now. Was hoping for vertical dropouts and some sort of tensioning system but I think it's time to give up on that dream and go with horizontal dropouts.
    It has tensioning screws in the track ends. I haven't had any problems with them. It has a derailleur hanger too if you want to do something weird--like put gears on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmancrx View Post
    It has tensioning screws in the track ends. I haven't had any problems with them. It has a derailleur hanger too if you want to do something weird--like put gears on it
    I actually have an Alfine 11 wheelset sitting here ready to go. Don't have a shifter yet - was going to get Versa VRS-11's, but I'm tempted to wait for Di2 now.

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    Motobecane Fantom Cross Uno

    My new cyclocross commuter! Chromo, SS, simple, cheap and fast as hell. I'm loving it. I have never ridden anything with dropper bars before but I am getting used to it.




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    Traitor Crusade SS. A bike that loves to be ridden on a road that begs to be ridden.
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    Sweet! Seriously considered a Traitor before I found my Nature Boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling View Post
    Traitor Crusade SS. A bike that loves to be ridden on a road that begs to be ridden.
    How does that bike ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridefast84 View Post
    How does that bike ride?
    It's the best riding bike in my quiver! Which includes a Vicious Slider, Giant TCX, and a Niner. The hourglass stays do their job well, but the tube diameters keep things stiff laterally. Love it.

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    My Crosscheck:



    But it's actually a three speed. Tringlespeed? No derailers, though.

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    SS/FG (flip flop rear wheel, ridden mostly FG), yeah it's technically a 26" wheel, but it's kind of a monster cross bike I guess. I don't really care, it's fun as hell!



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    man, if i could pick up a nature boy with discs i'd buy one TODAY. until then, I wait as my bike is being sscx is being built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669 View Post
    I just got it together today! Sweetest Motha ****in parts bin build I ever rode!

    Got some 35mm fatty slicks on order for the urban assault.

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    I really am sorry about the crap pictures. It really is embarrassing...
    How does the surly chain tensioner funtion ?? I'm thinking of turning my multi speed cx into a single speed...thx

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    Does a FGCX qualify
    42/20 gearing seems to be the least wrong in most situations...


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    How about an action shot?


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    that STEVENS is so hot

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    Simple, cheap, and awesome.

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    Once upon a time...

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    Had this Nature Boy a couple of weeks now. Primarily my daily commuter but I've gotten it dirty a few times too.

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    Those Nature Boys are really nice bikes. A buddy of mine who works as a mechanic at my LBS has one that he rides just about everywhere. If I didn't already have a Cross-Check built up in a very similar manner, I'd be all over a Nature Boy.

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