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  1. #51
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    29er Nexus All Weather Commuter

    My Motorbecane outcast 29er mutated to this:

    Fork Surly KM 29er
    Headset FSA
    Bars Titec Jones
    Stem Forte 90mm
    Cranks Shimano DX 175mm
    Chainring 34T Surly Stainless Steel
    Bash Guard E13 Clear
    BB Shimano UL54 127mm
    pedals Wellgo SPD clipless/ platform
    rims Mavic 719
    spokes DT 2.0/1.8
    frt hub Shimano Dynamo 371 QR/Disc
    rear hub Nexus 8R35 8-speed
    frt brake Avid BB7 203mm
    rear brake Nexus roller drum
    levers Shimano XT
    shifter Alfine Trigger
    seat post Thudbuster 27.2mm ST
    saddle Serfas DDMD-200
    tires Kenda SB* or Michelin City
    fender planet bike 29er 65mm
    rack Surly

    some pix outside in 10*F
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    Great Bike!

    Quote Originally Posted by pursuiter
    My Motorbecane outcast 29er mutated to this:

    Fork Surly KM 29er
    Headset FSA
    Bars Titec Jones
    Stem Forte 90mm
    Cranks Shimano DX 175mm
    Chainring 34T Surly Stainless Steel
    Bash Guard E13 Clear
    BB Shimano UL54 127mm
    pedals Wellgo SPD clipless/ platform
    rims Mavic 719
    spokes DT 2.0/1.8
    frt hub Shimano Dynamo 371 QR/Disc
    rear hub Nexus 8R35 8-speed
    frt brake Avid BB7 203mm
    rear brake Nexus roller drum
    levers Shimano XT
    shifter Alfine Trigger
    seat post Thudbuster 27.2mm ST
    saddle Serfas DDMD-200
    tires Kenda SB* or Michelin City
    fender planet bike 29er 65mm
    rack Surly

    some pix outside in 10*F

    This is a VERY COOL BIKE! Thanks for posting it!

  3. #53
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    The Cadillac

    Here's my Cadillac build.


    Integrated torque tab:




    chainstay brake mount:


    full length shrink tubing for brake hose and shifter cables:


    Last edited by finger51; 12-08-2008 at 05:00 PM.
    “I don't like jail, they got the wrong kind of bars in there”

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    Quote Originally Posted by finger51
    Here's my Cadillac build.
    Really sweet bike!

    Here’s another pic of my on Sunday’s frosty ride…


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    Last edited by knobbly2.35; 12-15-2008 at 09:01 AM.

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    Another Rohloff build

    Just changed to Magura Laurin forks (2008 spec). I keep saying that this project is finished


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    great lookin ride

    Nice RIde - What brand are the Fenders? ..they look look they work well!

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    Another Rohloff build

    Thanks...they are the 2009 Cruds

    http://www.crudproducts.com/

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    this is my new intense socom, i have had the hub for about 4 years now and love it
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    Niners RIP 9 wth Rohloff

    I am just done with my Niner RIP 9 built, here it is.

    I had built a One 9 this fall (see photos here) and after a few rides I realized that hardtails weren't for me anymore, so I got a RIP 9 frame and moved most of the stuff from the One 9 to the RIP 9 (save for the Lefty fork I used on the One 9, I switched to a Maverick DUC32 because I like the plushess of the DC32 better).

    The usual thanks to the people who helped me make it happen: Mike at Universal Cycles who keep answering my silly questions and rush order stuff to that I can spend my week-ends building stuff, to Chris and Ethan at Maverick for all their advice on the DUC32 fork, Brian and Niners Bike for getting back to me within hours (my kind of bike company!) and all the folks on MTBR.com forums who answer my posts.

    Here are a few pictures.

    Merry Christmas to everyone.






















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    My Nicolai Nucleon from 2004





    Still awesome.

  12. #62
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    Just sayin'

    I shot this for Neil at Cyclemonkey
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    We bought the Lenz/Rohloff

    for my son, Miguel. He rode it for a couple of months and just loves it. He will ride it at the Level 2 High School Racing Camp at Tamarancho this weekend. I'm sure he will get a lot of questions and lot of people will get to see it. He worked with Neil at Cyclemonkey (along with Thomas of Rohloff) during the summer and learned a lot about the hub and believes in it.

    He will race it where he feels it is appropriate. It weighs in at 26.5 lbs. He will use his Specialized M2/9sp/XT/SID at 22 lbs on the flatter, dryer courses. I am hoping for a really nasty, sloppy, gritty race where the Rohloff will really shine. Whether it becomes his "race" bike or not I know it is a bike he really likes, he thinks is really special, and that is the most important thing.
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    Horrible picture, but here is my 2008 Rig with an Alfine.
    Last edited by Vulcan; 03-05-2009 at 09:44 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan


    Horrible picture, but here is my 2008 Rig with an Alfine.
    As soon as I got to about the 3rd bike in this thread I thought to myself...self...I need a Rig frame to build with an Alfine. And bammm here is a great example of one.

    typing "Rig" in ebay in a few moments.

    G
    You can't depend on honest answers from dependant hands...

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    Sycip with Rohloff

    My hub is up for its first oil change and possibly a bit of gear tuning. I'm anxious to see how fresh oil improves the feel of the hub. This is the first maintenance I will have made to my drivetrain since the bike was built (over 6,000 miles ago). Have to dig it.

    Cheers,
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    New question here. Inglis Rohloff Bike

    Hello MOJO - That Inglis is VERY Clean looking - Very nice Job! The Rohloff Cabling is Great! ...Just curious what Brand of Bolt-On Skewers you are running? They look very Good!

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    Thanks.
    Delta skewers if I recall...
    nothing fancy to be sure, but they work very well.

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    Frame: Prototype On-One Inbred 456EBB (there is another one out there somewhere)
    Forks: Pace RC-41F









    Bit of a rescue job as i had gotten into this condition:


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    "If we don't change the direction we are headed, we will end up where we are going." [SIZE=1]Chinese Proverb[/SIZE]

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    I gotta say wow... Now i dont know a thing about hub gears but are they taken from shimanos "trekking groups"? I mean the alfie hub? How does it compare to a conventionally equipped mtb? I need more input cuz i have a old steel fram that would love to be used again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody Broken
    I wasn't going to say anything, but damn!

    xy9ine, what is that thing? And please post action shots. I want to see that thing flying through the air or something.
    Plenty of pics here:
    http://www.laharbikes.com/Untitled_2.html

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    Carver ti 96er custom with Reba Forks
    Stans tubeless front
    Rohloff on Mavic XM819 Tubeless Back

    Previous Rohloff bike was old 1990's GT Xizang in XC mode
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    trail_junkie, where did you get those axle nuts? are they aluminum?
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    1x10 IS SO FINE on my 21.9 lbs IBIS SL-R
    11-36 XTR in the rear, 36T wide-narrow upfront

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    Quote Originally Posted by biketuna
    trail_junkie, where did you get those axle nuts? are they aluminum?

    http://www.actionvillage.com/AVI-BMX...-and-axle-nuts

    They're made from 7075 aluminum alloy.
    "If we don't change the direction we are headed, we will end up where we are going." [SIZE=1]Chinese Proverb[/SIZE]

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