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    Your bikes....?-p4pb9137476.jpg
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    My personal prototype
    V10.5 with Dorado pro and Vivid Air
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    ^That looks like Fun, with a capital F!!!
    '96 San Andreas
    '12 Santa Cruz Nickel LT
    '08 KTM 530
    '12 Toyota FJ TT
    '05 MiniCooper S
    '95 Honda HB Si
    '71 Dino 246 GT

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    Here are a few pictures of my "Freddie" MTB I made in the late 90's. I started building bikes with Freddie in 92-98 we made around 100 bikes mostly road frames for local racers.

    I made this frame from Ritchey Logic tube set. It had Campagnolo Record OR components and a Manitou3 fork when it was made. A couple years later I sold the Manitou and made this fork and started using the stem pictured here. I just replaced the Campy headset with a King, built the front wheel and added posts for the caliper on the fork for disk brakes. Next I am working on a front suspension like the Look Fournales or Proflex.
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    It ain't Mountain

    I know it's not mountain, but I built it and it's fun to cruise.
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    ^ I'd be afraid that someone I knew would see me riding it.
    '96 San Andreas
    '12 Santa Cruz Nickel LT
    '08 KTM 530
    '12 Toyota FJ TT
    '05 MiniCooper S
    '95 Honda HB Si
    '71 Dino 246 GT

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    I have been meaning to post up my bike for a while now. I think I have enough posts to do it

    It is Fillet Brazed Columbus Zona.
    26" Wheels.
    69* Headangle.
    595mm ETT. (665 Front Centre)
    400mm CS
    120mm Reba Fork
    XT Gruppo

    (I didnt get the cable routing right on this one, but I learnt a lot, and the next frame I made, was very similar, but with a 44mm headtube and good cable routing for a 1x10 drivetrain)




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    ^ beast!

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    My new single speed 29er setup for gravel grinding.

    It is very similar to my other bike. 29er with short chainstays and running single speed. Heres a photo of it setup with a rigid fork, crazy 48/22 gear ratio, and some dust after a gravel grinding ride.

    Mark Farnsworth, Raleigh, NC
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    That looks great! What's the geometry? That tire is CLOSE to the seat tube!

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    Thanks Walt!

    The angle of the photo makes the gap look a little bit tighter than it really is. I am running a half link and in the photo the sliders are slammed. It's tight but clearance is good with 2.1 tire and 48 tooth ring.

    The geometry is typical "race inspired" 29er with 71/73 angles and 60mm of BB drop. Effective top tube is 598; Front center is 649. Chainstay length is 434 with the sliders all the way forward.
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    Just finished building a Prototype Steel 29er. Columbus Zona 29er tubeset, Fillet brazed. 44mm HT Length 120mm. 68 Head Angle, 73 Seat Angle. 440mm Chainstays, 50mm BB Drop. 120mm Rock Shox Revelation. XT/SLX Gruppo. Easton Haven Bar/Stem/Wheelset. Reverb Seatpost. Ritchey Saddle. Conti X-King Tyres.


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    Not a mountain bike, but my 3rd frame.


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    My first frame (non mtb)

    Built this for the boss as a retirement present so he can smoke cigars and pick up cans on side of the road. lugged, skinny tube townie. rides so much smother than my merlin road bike. tubeset for 29er should be here Friday for the next build. then a 26er single, then a road bike. then.............


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    thanks to everyone for their inspiration to try and build cool ****. that's what its all about.

    Sean

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    Really nice. Did you use a seatube lug/sleeve? Looks like seat stays attach to top tube.

    Great job.


    I was referring to Toby-g's blue 29 er at top of the page. Sorry for misplaced post

    Sean
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    My test mule

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    I figured I would make my 1st post here one of my Carbon test bike that I built last winter. It has done very well, and far exceeded all my expectations this year. It is a hand laid carbon frame with Aluminum inserts for the headtube and bottom bracket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxconway View Post
    Really nice. Did you use a seatube lug/sleeve? Looks like seat stays attach to top tube.
    Great job.
    I was referring to Toby-g's blue 29 er at top of the page. Sorry for misplaced post

    Sean
    Yes, I used a sleeve, and attached the seat stays to the TT; well they intersect both the ST and TT, in order to get the clearance I wanted for 2.4 tyres. Don't ask how I did the mitre, it was done by hand, and only took about 2 hours ( for the right side, then used a mirrored template for the left).

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    Well done Toby. I like that you saw and worked through this problem and come up with a clever solution, stylish too.

    Eric
    If I don't make an attempt, how will I know if it will work?

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    frame 014

    May as well share with the class. Here's a 29r+ knard tired bike. Tig welded 853/nova ex-butt ST/Deda 29r CS with a home made drive side yolk:
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    frame is blasted and Nyalic'd no paint
    cheers
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    looks damn good!

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    I missed not having a mountain bike for the past 5 or 6 months.


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