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    X-Post. Surly Pugsley


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    Done! Maiden voyage this morning in the snow!
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    You fixed?
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    You fixed?
    No, he's just running his cables Euro style (RT=FT, LT=RR) and the angle of the brake lever/color combo makes it disappear, follow the cable from the RR BB7 up and you'll see it....

    Ernesto's a tricky bugger

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    Thank's for posting this.
    The bike looks real good in that color.
    It also reminded me i still wanted to take out the Rohloff and ride mine single for a while.
    So i just did that !

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    Ahhh, the classic "SS Pugs on the snowy bridge" perspective
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike View Post
    You fixed?
    No, was using a 34/16. I just went 34/20. Easier on the legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Bob View Post
    No, he's just running his cables Euro style (RT=FT, LT=RR) and the angle of the brake lever/color combo makes it disappear, follow the cable from the RR BB7 up and you'll see it....

    Ernesto's a tricky bugger
    Fu k k in sharp Fat B. I've always ran them that way on all my bikes. On my ex's bike, they're all "normal."

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    Does it have to be an SS on a snowy bridge?

    I think the snowy bridge photos transcend gears
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyRider View Post
    I think the snowy bridge photos transcend gears
    Suspension fork?

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    Today was a nice winter ride.
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