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    Asylum meuse ss

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    My Raleigh RX 2.0 on my way home from work last fall


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    Can I get some thoughts on brake levers? I have a Felt with the Tektro levers, but I dont like the hood shape and the lever feel. I have SRAM Force on my geared bike and I thought about SRAM levers, but they are terribly expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jnthomps08 View Post
    Can I get some thoughts on brake levers? I have a Felt with the Tektro levers, but I dont like the hood shape and the lever feel. I have SRAM Force on my geared bike and I thought about SRAM levers, but they are terribly expensive.
    I've some 7402 Dura-Ace Levers on my bike. They work very well.


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    My Bianchi Roger! I am a Newbie, please be kind :)

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    SSCX or SSMX?

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    1.8 mtb tires does this count? In my defense this is a 22" Vassago frame and I am 6'4" 225lbs so realtively speaking...........I love this bike
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    My first venture into CX... and it's a SS!

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    Love the XT crank. Looks super fun

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    Jake the SSnake


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    ASYLUM MEUSE CXSS riding in the swamps!

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    el weirdo but cheapo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boofman View Post
    el weirdo but cheapo!

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    Wrong thread. Not CX.

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    Quote Originally Posted by jemlinus View Post
    Wrong thread. Not CX.
    This used to be an old Giant hardtail MTB..got skinny tires on it now but mostly still MTB parts..what to call it then? hybrid?

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    I think it's fine here. Now I need a bike to post up.

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    Quote Originally Posted by vaultbrad View Post
    I think it's fine here. Now I need a bike to post up.
    thank goodness! *thumbs up*

    well, coming from the 3rd world, I must admit that I don't have a lot like u guys have..so with this $150 bike being accepted in this forum is always an honor!

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    I like it boofman. Everyone in the 29er forums are clamoring for slack frame angles, so I think yours is a trendsetter . If you like it and enjoy riding it, that is all that matters.

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    Quote Originally Posted by deuxdiesel View Post
    I like it boofman. Everyone in the 29er forums are clamoring for slack frame angles, so I think yours is a trendsetter . If you like it and enjoy riding it, that is all that matters.
    thanks bud! yeah, I enjoy riding it..I like my road runs but roadies are too flimsy for me imo as there are times I ride a little bit of trail with my MTB friends..but primary purpose is pavement, hence 48/18 gearing is the one I went with..

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    Yeah, looks like a fun ride, boof. It's got more soul than a lot of the bikes posted here.

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    Quote Originally Posted by stremf View Post
    Yeah, looks like a fun ride, boof. It's got more soul than a lot of the bikes posted here.
    Thanks stremf! Yes, if there's one thing this bike has it would be soul..I mean this would really be blood, sweat, tears with gears!

    Looks like frankenstein's monster tho, with mini-v at the back and canti up front as I can't find any LBS that got hangers for the rear and frame hasn't got one..rims are double walls that screach like hell under heavy breaking..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by boofman View Post
    Thanks stremf! Yes, if there's one thing this bike has it would be soul..I mean this would really be blood, sweat, tears with gears!

    Looks like frankenstein's monster tho, with mini-v at the back and canti up front as I can't find any LBS that got hangers for the rear and frame hasn't got one..rims are double walls that screach like hell under heavy breaking..lol

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    I use a hanger from Surly that attaches to the seatpost clamp. Works well. I'm sure you can find one similar where you're at.

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    Re: Post your SSCX!

    Quote Originally Posted by stremf View Post
    I use a hanger from Surly that attaches to the seatpost clamp. Works well. I'm sure you can find one similar where you're at.

    Surly Brake Hanger Stainless:Amazon:Sports & Outdoors
    exactly what I was looking for..however. nobody ever uses Cantis where I'm from so LBS don't bother having them in stock..looks like I'm going to have one fabricated for me..but thanks for the idea!

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    I have one of those that I have never used. PM me Boofman if you want it.

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    slammed the stem..and I like it even better now!

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    Here is mine. Previous owner used her as a road machine.
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    Asylum Meuse SSCX

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