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    Itís actually an ingenious idea, in a Jerry Springer kind of way.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    The toilet bike. For when your "on the go".

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    https://austin.craigslist.org/bik/d/...557488529.html

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    I've heard of 160mm hardtails, but doesn't this seat tube angle and seat position look a bit crazy. They're almost dead center above the rear tire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jestep View Post
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    I've heard of 160mm hardtails, but doesn't this seat tube angle and seat position look a bit crazy. They're almost dead center above the rear tire.
    Probably has an owner who's very self conscious about new geo.

    At least it's not an "endo machine" anymore.

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    Lol, the hits just keep on coming.
    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jestep View Post
    I've heard of 160mm hardtails, but doesn't this seat tube angle and seat position look a bit crazy. They're almost dead center above the rear tire.
    i'm guessing the original fork on that thing was about 4 inches shorter...


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    i'm guessing the original fork on that thing was about 4 inches shorter...
    Hence the *bling* idea to put the fork on backwards to counter balance the geometry differences. Lol
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    i'm guessing the original fork on that thing was about 4 inches shorter...
    That bottom bracket height doesn't look abnormally high IMO. 4in down in the front would put the BB pretty low. The chainstay angle looks within reason as well. But, not a perfect profile angle though so may be the case.
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    those wheels are definitely bigger than 26" and the bb looks to have a rise instead of a drop. agreed on the wonky pic angle making it difficult to tell though...


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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Hence the *bling* idea to put the fork on backwards to counter balance the geometry differences. Lol
    It's a Manitou, reverse arch. Looks like that custom frame has a nice start of rust.
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    the glob of metal right below the seat clamp looks really nice too... What is really nice are the dropouts for the rear tire.

    I wonder if anybody is on here looking at this and going hey, thats my ad!
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    $1500.00!! any idea what frame that is?
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    I think I know why this might be a killer bike.

    I'm guessing his brother might be sorta dead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    I think I know why this might be a killer bike.

    I'm guessing his brother might be sorta dead?
    Lol, probably a drag racing incident.

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    I was looking for an 11-speed front wheel, but all I could find was this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkman999 View Post
    I was looking for an 11-speed front wheel, but all I could find was this...

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    That's definitely worth saving. I'm looking for a wheelset right now, I'm going to be on the lookout to make sure I don't end up with a fixed gear front wheel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    It's a Manitou, reverse arch. Looks like that custom frame has a nice start of rust.
    I canít believe I missed that.
    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    I guess that just refers to what it was stolen off of.
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    Custom does not necessarily imply quality...
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I canít believe I missed that.
    Just blame it on the small screen on your phone and your old eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Just blame it on the small screen on your phone and your old eyes.
    Or my small eyes and my old large screen. Now Iím all confused.
    Quote Originally Posted by mileslong View Post
    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Motocard Refill Card TurboSpoke Bicycle Exhaust System

    Each Motocard has a different shape. The different shapes mean that each card vibrates in a different way when the spokes hit it. This means that a range of engine sounds are made. Each card also has two "power-slots" so you can actually tune the sounds yourself by adjusting how much of the card is in contact with the spokes. Try it out and race against your friends! A must have accessory for your Turbospoke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I canít believe I missed that.
    You're not the only one. On Friday's Dirt Shed Show someone piped up about a bike with a "backwards fork" as well....again, it was a Manitou. I don't think they made the reverse arch for too long.
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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-screen-shot-2018-04-29-11.16.44-pm.jpg
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    ...and yes, that is a pig on the front of the seat.
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    ^^Ha! Mr.Pig's e bike

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    I don't think I want to know where the milk comes from on Milt's Milk Cow!

    That machine is bad-assery...in an eBike sorta way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Handlebar View Post
    You're not the only one. On Friday's Dirt Shed Show someone piped up about a bike with a "backwards fork" as well....again, it was a Manitou. I don't think they made the reverse arch for too long.
    I remember when it came out via 2001 or thereabouts. The Black line was the first ones. It was never proven to be better than the traditional front arch so it was dropped after a few years. More of a fad really.
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thustlewhumber View Post
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    Is that dried up masking tape that was holding it together? Or maybe just some cloth bandage?

    Whatever is thrown over the seat makes it look like a turkey, which would go well with the pig and milk tank, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thustlewhumber View Post
    https://missoula.craigslist.org/bik/...556170328.html

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    ...and yes, that is a pig on the front of the seat.
    I'd propably pay $50 just to destroy it. We've got two morons that ride those on our MUP, one who thinks he's easyrider, the other thinks he winning at Laguna Seca, neither can read the words "No Motorized Vehicles." Both are on the "accidentally drop a stick in the front wheel" list. If I wanted to hear and smell chainsaw motors on my ride, I'd have brought my own.

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here-dumb.jpg

    https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/b...597971623.html

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    But no! People don't modify them...right!

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    no they never do. that would be wrong.
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    40+ MPH and rim brakes. This can't end in anything other than disaster. In this case we'll just consider it thinning the heard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    40+ MPH and rim brakes. This can't end in anything other than disaster. In this case we'll just consider it thinning the heard.
    I herd that!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiantsfan View Post
    He misspelled "Badly welded piece of crap"

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    Ha! Back in 8th grade shop class, I did something virtually identical to a POS Huffy I had. It included thin sheet, brazing rod, and a shitpot of Bondo. That was 1976!

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    Now I know why...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparkman999 View Post
    I was looking for an 11-speed front wheel, but all I could find was this...

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    What's so crazy about a fixie front wheel?

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    I want to know what an 11spd front wheel is?
    Quote Originally Posted by tfinator View Post
    What's so crazy about a fixie front wheel?

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    something that clearly didin't hit you in the head...


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I want to know what an 11spd front wheel is?

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    A fixie front wheel would have no method to brake. No track on the rim or disc mount on the hub, which makes it different than any other bike front wheel, right? Am I missing something?

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    fwiw, the front wheel of a fixie is the one with the brake.

    the wheel simply came off someones fixie. it's just a regular wheel like the 11speed one also referenced...


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    fwiw, the front wheel of a fixie is the one with the brake.

    the wheel simply was stolen off of someones fixie. it's just a regular wheel like the 11speed one also referenced...
    This, with a slight correction.

    A fixie wheel is going to have a brake track. I have a fixed gear (not trendy so not calling it a "fixie") and I have brakes front and rear because I ride it on hills where I can spin out and I'm not trying to be cool with no brakes/front brake only. If it is a true, serious track bike wheel, maybe not? I have a co-worker who rides and volunteers at the velodrome; I'll ask him.
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    I only use 13 speed front wheels. 11 speed front wheels are so two years ago...
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    fixie rims are painted and arent good for braking, youre supposed to slow down with the pedals

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    Quote Originally Posted by idividebyzero View Post
    fixie rims are painted and arent good for braking, youre supposed to slow down with the pedals
    Yeah, now that you mention it, I do remember that some have a big weld and are not meant for brakes. It's not so easy to slow down quickly with the pedals and I worry doing so will wreck my knees, plus as I mentioned, I'm not just riding around a flat city on mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idividebyzero View Post
    fixie rims are painted and arent good for braking, youre supposed to slow down with the pedals
    a "fixie" rim? you are just describing a very cheaply made rim. pretty sure all of my rims are just standard rims that i could use on a trackbike, mountainbike, road bike, beach cruiser or just about any other bike that will allow the diameter to fit. next you are going to tell me there are fixie seats too...


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    Couple of years ago a guy in the UK was jailed for hitting and killing someone on a fixie. Woman walked out in front of him, he was slowing down but still hit her. She fell over, smacked her head on the ground, died.

    He was jailed because it is illegal to ride a bike on the road with no brakes. Being cool cost the guy his freedom.

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    Remind me not to buy an English bike, you guys are weird.


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    Someone doesn't own a cable cutter.

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    "Ideal for humans around 5 foot and a few inches tall..."

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    haha this is great... I love SanFran!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wacha Wacha Wacha View Post
    "Ideal for humans around 5 foot and a few inches tall..."

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    well at least they clarified it for human use only
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    I'm getting me one of does "saddles" for sure!
    Quote Originally Posted by Wacha Wacha Wacha View Post
    "Ideal for humans around 5 foot and a few inches tall..."

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    Perusing the 'list this morning. I suddenly have an incredible urge to buy a DeWalt drill, even though I have a couple in my shop already...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
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    I wonder if it comes with the shown accessories.
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    Real hill climber! I love his disclaimers

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    ^^cool now I can get a DUI!

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    he has more than one for sale. We can all get a DUI! every time I see a middle aged man riding one of these style bikes that is all I think of. He must have a DUI.
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    Diggin that front fender setup. Only $420 btw -- somebody likes to get high.

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    Post your CraigsList WTF's!?! here

    Not really WTF, more entertaining. Bike sold super quick



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    when the bike shop sells you a $6k bike thats 4 sizes too small https://www.ebay.com/itm/TREK-TOP-FU...AAAOSw-ctbgrIq

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    Quote Originally Posted by idividebyzero View Post
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    when the bike shop sells you a $6k bike thats 4 sizes too small https://www.ebay.com/itm/TREK-TOP-FU...AAAOSw-ctbgrIq
    You would think the owner would have somewhat of a clue since it has a Stages power meter...


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