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    Got my Lamere Fatty built up!

    21.4lbs as it sits with pedals - haven't ridden it yet but will report back once I take it on a race Sunday - JP has unreal customer service, and the quality of the frame / fork / wheels is top notch!


    Lamere Carbon Fatty by ToucanLife, on Flickr

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    Nice. All business!

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    That's sharp!!!

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    I like it, well done sir!!
    And I love beer!!

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    That's gorgeous. And you are a bad person for not riding it yet and you should feel bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckfiddious View Post
    that's gorgeous. And you are a bad person for not letting me ride it and you should feel bad.
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    You're so cute internet tough guy. Noogie...Noogie...Noogie.

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    Nice ride and you will be a lot faster with only one kidney.

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    Woah....that's light!
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    Wow that's impressive! I'm building one up right now myself. What do you think of those Snowshoes so far? What's the tire profile like on the 65's? Enjoy the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broadwayline View Post
    21.4lbs as it sits with pedals - haven't ridden it yet but will report back once I take it on a race Sunday - JP has unreal customer service, and the quality of the frame / fork / wheels is top notch!
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    I can vouch for JP customer service as well. Really great staff.

    Great bike, congrats and enjoy!

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    Looks great.
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    Hot d@mn that is a fine looking bike!!

    Build list

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    Is it a 19" or a 21" frame?
    Only the dead fish swims with the current!

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    Wow that is nice. It makes me wish I had bought in when there was the initial $400 discount. I decided to wait for an affordable 190mm spaced frame. But looking at your setup, I realize that I would have been very happy with the Lamere.

    Who did the build? It looks like internal routing on the rear hydraulic. Now that's a quality build. Soooo clean.

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    Gorgeous bike, but the cranks should have been rotated 180 degrees for a quality photo like that. Just sayin'
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    Gorgeous bike, but the cranks should have been rotated 180 degrees for a quality photo like that. Just sayin'
    Done.

    Got my Lamere Fatty built up!-12504359215_79abe99fc7_z.jpg

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    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Here she is with a Bud/Lou - grip is WAY better than the Snowshoes - those are terrible tires in my opinion for anything other than extremely hardpack snow

    Super fun with these big tires!!


    Lamere Fatty on Surly Bud/Lou by ToucanLife, on Flickr

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    Scott,

    Bike looks perfect man. How was the ride at Guelph lake?

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    Lamere Fatty on Surly Bud/Lou by ToucanLife, on Flickr[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odie-r View Post
    Scott,

    Bike looks perfect man. How was the ride at Guelph lake?

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    Super good man! The single track was a bit much in the +2* weather to push through but I made it out to the lake - then just blasted the river trail down to to campus, through the arboretum and such - need some studs for those icy pathways!

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    Also - 3/4 shot of the Bud/Lou for anyone interested


    Lamere Side Fat by ToucanLife, on Flickr

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