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    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.

    Here are my three ON*ONE single speeds. I have posted the Lurcher and Whippet before. But this is the first time I hav snapped a few pics of the Scandal. The Whippet 650B has gone on a diet since I posted it in this forum.

    Scandal
    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-scandal-3.jpg

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-scandal2.jpg

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-scandal1.jpg

    Lurcher

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-get-attachment.aspx.jpg

    Whippet (650B) Now 14 pounds 12oz, new Race face NEXT cranks Formula brakes ect...

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-whip-2.jpg

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-whip-1.jpg
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    The Whippet is under 15 pounds? That is awesome. Tell us more about the build. The photo is blurry. What wheels did you use? Are those mechanical disk brakes?
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    The wheels are American Classic race 650B wheels

    Brakes are R1's with carbon levers and alloy bolts, carver ti rotors.

    Race Face Next SL cranks, 28t front ring with crank brothers ti 11s.

    Ritchey carbon seat post and handle bar, ebay stem (80 grams)

    Ti or AL. Bolts everywhere.

    The Whippet at under 15 pounds is a handful. When a bike gets under seventeen pounds you have to ride it differntly. The Lurcher is just a tad over 17 pounds but its going on a diet soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Click Click Boom View Post
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    When a bike gets under seventeen pounds you have to ride it differntly. The Lurcher is just a tad over 17 pounds but its going on a diet soon.
    Yeah, you'll have to carry it back home...
    Belgian beer and Scotch whisky.

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    No need to walk my weight weenie bike. It holds up just fine.

    If you know how to ride a bike weight weenie builds hold up just fine.

    My Ragley TD:1 in its current set up is in the mid 16 pound range and has been reliable since late 2010 and I'm 200 pounds plus.
    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-img007-1.jpg
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    Chris King Cielo
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    These are sick! You almost can't beat these for the money.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.

    Fantastic bikes! Thanks for posting them. Very nice builds.

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    OK, a more serious question, is there a reason why you have the Whipet (650b) next to te Lurcher ?
    Both full carbon, both rigid, both lager wheels...

    nice bikes btw
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    No real reason. I work in a bike shop and love to ride and build cool bikes. The lurcher has a suspention fork as well as the rigid fork. The Scandal is my go to bike and the Lurcher is my "race" bike. They both have the same geometry and the lurcher has a black WB Loop fork. I ride and train on the Scandal and race the much less heavy Lurcher.

    The Cielo that I'm building will only have a squishy fork. The Ragley TD:1 is a non suspention corrected frame so its always rigid with a unique riding position for a 29er and I just wanted to give 650b wheels a try.
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    Here is the Lurcher when I first put it together. It had a different cranks, wheels, seat post and saddle. I still have the fork for the bike.

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-lurcher-4b.jpg

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-lurcher-3b.jpg

    Here is my old ON*ONE Inbred swap out now in the hands of another guy I work with.

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-img051%5B1%5D.jpg

    My Three On One Single Speeds, Scandal, Lurcher and Whippet.-img052%5B1%5D.jpg

    Including my three On*Ones we have 4 29er Scandals, 2 Lurchers, 1 whippet, 1 29er Inbred and building 26er Inbred for an employee now. All of them are single speeds.
    Chris King Cielo
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