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    My new :)

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    If you somehow managed to mount that brake caliper in the little triangle (maybe enlarge the triangle a little), that would be a really cool feature.

    Nice frame!

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    vulture's new vulture

    I finally did it.

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    That is really sweet. Can you do one of those is a 5" AM version?

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    Cross country cruiser

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    nice bike merk!

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    i have made the 20" BMX[reynolds 853] and the 24" dirt[AL 7020]... :



    next projekt in work:

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    Quote Originally Posted by merk
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    I absolutely love this bike. Do you do production bikes? Can we talk about a custom frame for me?
    My motorcycle runs on infant blood

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    My mtn bike


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    Magnolia lugged 29er


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    My Bikes

    Here are 2 of my favorite bikes:



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    Just finished this up today.
    Bamboo, Hand wrapped Carbon Fiber, Titanium (existing rear triangle).
    I repair Carbon Fiber frames.
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    My new ride

    Some pics of my new ride, first time with a lefty on SS, love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by annihilator
    i have made the 20" BMX[reynolds 853] and the 24" dirt[AL 7020]... :



    next projekt in work:

    That frame in inventor is sick. I wish I had the inventor or solidworks skills to do something like that. Lately I've been thinking about designing a frame but I'm not sure how to draw some of the more complex parts in inventor or solidworks.
    wishes Iowa had mountains

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syltmunk
    Some pics of my new ride, first time with a lefty on SS, love it.
    Thats' beautiful, and it looks really light.
    '96 San Andreas
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    A new one

    I get to post again because I built a new bike for myself. Very fun - 27#, 6" travel 29er. It's acceptable when going uphill, mostly thanks to the RP23 and a TALAS fork that drops down by 25mm, and it's very close to a full DH bike when you're headed down.

    My new favorite ride. I still need to put a better chainguide on, as well as (obviously) powdercoating it, but I have about 100 miles on singletrack on it at this point, and I'm pretty much ecstatic.
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    That's really cool! Is that your first frame build?
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    I answered my own question, sorry.
    '96 San Andreas
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    Nice seat, Walt.



    Have you ever worked with anything other than the Ventana rear ends for FS bikes?

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    Walt, looking at your fully 29er I'm guessing you are a beanpole like myself.

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    Kinda

    I'm 5'11", 145-150 pounds (depending on how much beer I've had) and have a 36" inseam, so yes, I am very weirdly proportioned. When I rode for Schwinn in the late 90s, I used to have to get the XL frame to get the saddle high enough, but put a ~50mm stem on to make the cockpit short enough. Hilarious.

    It actually took me a while to get used to bikes that actually fit me when I started building them, because I was so used to super-long wheelbases and super-short stems.

    -Walt

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    Walt, looking at your fully 29er I'm guessing you are a beanpole like myself.

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    Ha, you've definitely got really long legs even for a shorty!

    I'm 6" taller yet my freakishly long legs are only 2" longer.

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    My first

    My first bike, built at UBI:

    My bikes [Fe][C]ycles

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    Very nice!!
    '96 San Andreas
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgerhardt
    My first bike, built at UBI:
    Suddenly I really like white bikes...

    Beautiful.

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