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    Twenty2 Cycles Warning Fat Pron Content.

    I've been working with Twenty2 cycles on a new frame but due to standards changing (aka Bluto) things where set back a little but the good ole boys up in Vale literally bent their design to fit my needs/wants. I have been very impressed with their communication, heck the other night I was getting emails at 2am which had me so excited I didn't sleep the rest of the night. Anyoo here's the start of a little fat porn for ya.
    Big Bully bent for Bluto
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    Room for Ground Controls at 445mm chainstay length and Lou at 462mm thanks to rocker dropouts.
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    Bluto clearance
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    Stay tuned.
    Last edited by bdundee; 06-08-2014 at 06:13 AM.
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    Stay tuned..... why...why would I want to stay tuned....????? You're building it in Ti, that's horrible stuff, its light, never rusts and I can't AFFORD it.....

    Looks great, keep us posted....

    Al
    It seemed like a good idea!...... at the time......

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    Must. stop. looking. at. fat. bike. porn. as. it. will. make. me. want. another. bike. arrggghhhh!!!!!
    Seriously, nice bike this is going to be and will be watching excitedly.
    Sssshhhh don't tell my wife :-)

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    Alright...what did you do to slip this past my computer settings?

    Going to look great all assembled.

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    Is this what you have been "*****in'" about lately?

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    Eh Ti, too blingy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1spd1way View Post
    Is this what you have been "*****in'" about lately?
    Yup and now you can see now why I am so anxious to get on this thing<a*href="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php" title="Smiley"><img src="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-excited001.gif" alt="Smiley" border="0" /></a>

    Truly these guys have been way to patient with me and my changes, I would have told myself to pack sand in my butt a long time ago if it was me

    Oh and thanks guys, can't wait to unveil more!!
    Last edited by bdundee; 06-08-2014 at 03:47 PM.
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    mmm BikeCAD app FTW.

    Nice looking design.

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    bOb, that looks like it will be worth the wait...and I am sure we are all just as excited as you are to get the build finished.

    I know how you feel. I have a Banshee Prime bare frame sitting in my basement...waiting to be built up. Lack of funds prevents any further progress.

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    I think I am going to have to run a shorter stem than I like .... but it should still fit me just fine , cant wait to ride it :P
    I am slow therefore I am

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    A few more days till I can get some more frame pics so I might as well post some parts porn.
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    And Bluto!!
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    Good looking carbon fork. Which brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwcheung View Post
    Good looking carbon fork. Which brand?
    Thanks it's a Borealis with the name removed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Thanks it's a Borealis with the name removed.
    Is it just a logo sticker? I thought it is under varnished...

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    What's the brand of the rims, and what hubs are they laced to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwcheung View Post
    Is it just a logo sticker? I thought it is under varnished...
    Yup it's painted on under the clear, I sanded it down and had it re cleared.
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    What's the brand of the rims, and what hubs are they laced to?
    Sorry those are Light Bicycle carbon 90mm rims laced to Hope 197 12mm rear and a 135 front space disc with adapters to spread it out to 150 for the Bluto.
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    Niiice

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    A very nice collection of parts, it is going to be a sweet ride. Do you have an ETA for the frame?

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwcheung View Post
    Is it just a logo sticker? I thought it is under varnished...
    Quote Originally Posted by shoo View Post
    A very nice collection of parts, it is going to be a sweet ride. Do you have an ETA for the frame?

    Cheers!
    Thanks Steven, this morning they said I might have a pic of the completed frame by this weekend we will see. I will probably pay to have is shipped extra fast, can't have this bad boy in a box for too long besides this is my Burley hauler and summer is flying by and the kids and wife are getting anxious for some riding time.

    The real good news is I've done 2 40ish mile fast paced road rides this week so the legs are getting back in shape some.
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    Good to hear the bike is progressing at a good pace. Great to hear you have had a couple of good rides.

    Looking forward to pictures.
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    Lookin' good dude!

    I really need to get up your way soon. 9mile has been calling out to me "jonshonda, ride me with your fatty" it beckons.

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    VERY VERY nice !!!

    Good selection of parts too, that's going to be an awesome bike.

    Looking forward to seeing the pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwcheung View Post
    Is it just a logo sticker? I thought it is under varnished...
    Quote Originally Posted by ozzybmx View Post
    VERY VERY nice !!!

    Good selection of parts too, that's going to be an awesome bike.

    Looking forward to seeing the pics.
    Thanks Bill!! I was told I would get some more pics and impatiently waiting, just getting excited a little <a*href="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php" title="Smiley"><img src="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-excited001.gif" alt="Smiley" border="0" /></a> <a*href="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php" title="Smiley"><img src="http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-excited001.gif" alt="Smiley" border="0" /></a>
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    Just right... there's only one thing holding you back by the looks of it... the frame.
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    ....the frame....holding you back....I Googled the 'frame' things, over rated IMHO....do what we'd do in OZ. string it together with fencing wire and just get out and ride it...... c'mon, get with the progra...frames....puhhh...

    Lookin' good BTW.

    Al
    Last edited by alanm; 06-21-2014 at 07:31 AM. Reason: typo
    It seemed like a good idea!...... at the time......

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