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    MC Rumble - SS & Rigid

    Just posted this in the SS forum and thought I'd post it here too. I have it set up as a 26" BMX type bike. My 3 kids have been getting into BMX and I wanted to ride with them, this set up has been a blast. The Rumble is just a great design.
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    YEP. Going to be offering a single speed kit (full bike) on the remaining Rumbles soon just for this reason. They are FUN

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    ye rumbles will be a classic one day, love mine, such a fun bike, looks cool in black.

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    That came out nice.
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

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    Here is mine, with 24" wheels. My San Andreas is for sale, and I am also going to sell this.

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    Love the 24's

    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Here is mine, with 24" wheels. My San Andreas is for sale, and I am also going to sell this.
    Nice Rumle! I love the 24's. I tried that on mine but the BB was to low, like 10.5", probably due to the rigid fork.

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    Thanks, it's my urban SS. But i don' really use it, So it's going to go up 4 sale soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Thanks, it's my urban SS. But i don' really use it, So it's going to go up 4 sale soon.
    Hey Shawn, are those Odyssey Shark Bites?
    Eric.
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    Yes, and I have a set of blue ano teeth also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Yes, and I have a set of blue ano teeth also.
    Those were responsible for my very first MTB injury. I slipped off a set of Shark Bites, and took a chunk of heal out. It took weeks to heal up the hole.
    That being said, I remember loving those things.
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    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

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    I know what you mean. I still have marks on my shin from a Shark Bite encounter, years ago! But, I do really like them, they are light also.

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