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    Not an MTB but pretty awesome

    Shorty stem because I'm becoming increasingly inflexible--some say recalcitrant.

    Crown by Chapman Cycles and paint by Chris Kvale.

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    Radness. Closeup of the seatstay/seat tube area?

    Geometry?

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    Thanks.

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    Beautiful lug work!
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    Nice take on the fastback seatstay connection. I liked doing these. The lug/fillet look is very nicely done. I wonder what it would look like with longer points on the lugs, a bit more traditional looking I suppose. My own musings only.

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    Nice work...
    ... cool color also!

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    Just wanted to say I've seen some of your work elsewhere and on your site. Nice, clean and precise is what I see so your shop name is apt. Good stuff. Kvale's paintjob is solid too. Very nice, I'm gonna stare at it now. Thanks for posting.
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    Beautiful work. I like the look of the "truncated" lugs at the head tube junction....really sets it apart.

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    I was wondering if a combo seat stay lug / seat post binder is a feasible design.

    To see it in action, pretty damn cool! That is a handsome rig.
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    Lots going on here. Bi-lam HT/lug is slick, but the bi-lam ST lug to the over-width MAX TT is truly badass. Did you just buy the BB shell? Love the color, too.

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    Thanks.

    I had an original tube and lugset for this build. As I was cutting up the lugset I couldn't help but to think this might be a really expensive mistake. Thankfully, everything worked out.

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    Pure sex. I'm freaking out right now. I don't even get it. I don't want you to give away your secrets but BUILD PHOTOS please. More words. Anything.
    Thanks for posting.
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    That's a beautiful bike, Joel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Sticks View Post
    Pure sex. I'm freaking out right now. I don't even get it. I don't want you to give away your secrets but BUILD PHOTOS please. More words. Anything.
    Thanks for posting.
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    Nice work. Nothing is better looking than a well executed road bike.
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