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    Upping the ante [o]


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    That's a great bike, and it looks like he stole the forks from a street lamp.

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    What a beast - fullstop

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    Safe riding,

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    Kevlar bead tires?

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    Tyre clearance looks marginal........
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    Heel clearance looks great!

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    Love it.

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    If you would paint it matte balck and put on one or two panels, guns and maybe an afterburner, i could see batman pedalling down the street on that thing.

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    Id ride it!
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    New "fatbike wheelie" vid on the way.
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    Another view.. Add a couple of outriggers and you could peddle that on water..

    DJ

    Last edited by DavidJohn; 06-17-2012 at 02:35 AM.

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    Front disc looks a bit heavier than my deore calliper

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    Front disc looks a bit heavier than my whole bike.

    FIFY

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    brilliant
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    Too bad its a single speed.

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    One of the better monster bikes I've seen. Nice lines, Has brakes! Actually looks rideable.
    Did you see this being ridden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottybinwv View Post
    Front disc looks a bit heavier than my whole bike.

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    Ha.. and that hollow front axel must be a weight saving thing..

    DJ


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    Apparently those pictures were taken on June 15th 2012 at the San Jose Bike Party ride, according to a few of my friends who rode SJBP that night. The story is that it was made by Behind Bars, Inc.
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    I was worried it was Shiggy's new prototype for On-One
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    I was worried it was Shiggy's new prototype for On-One
    Maybe it's the prototype for the new creation Surly is blogging about. It is steel and it pushes the envelope beyond the Moonlander......
    Latitude 61

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    Much better Q factor than my new Moonlander!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iggs View Post
    Front disc looks a bit heavier than my deore calliper
    Must be a mis-impression due to paint colour...

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    Those look like Interco Super Swampers, the "Nates" of the 4 wheel drive world. Great tires for traction in mud but not so great for rolling resistance. That guy got one hell of a workout.

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    I had those tires on my Jeep!

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