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    My wife's Lurcher SS!

    Here is my wife's Lurcher SingleSpeed she's riding now. It replaces her Niner EMD. She really likes it and can tell how much stiffer the frame is compared to her alloy bike.





















    On-One Lurcher frame, small
    RockShox Reba RL fork
    Cane Creek 110 headset
    eBay stem with Ti bolts
    eBay carbon bar 660mm
    eBay carbon seatpost
    Selle Italia Flite carbon saddle with Ti rails
    Purely Custom seatpost clamp
    Hope Tech brakes with Purple alloy bolts
    Ashima Ai2 rotors with Purple rotor bolts
    Chris King hubs
    Ty Dyed Titanium spokes with Pink nipples
    Stans Crest rims
    Specialized Renegade tires run tubeless
    Esi Chunky grips
    Middleburn cranks with Single ring 32t
    Wellgo Magnesium platform pedals with Ti spindles
    Enduro PF 92 BB
    KMC X10SL chain
    Rennen 17t cog Polished
    Purely Custom Cassette spacers

    18lbs. 15oz. If I could convince her to go clipless she could drop a little weight.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    Nice singlespeed !

    (don't know if I would have choosen the Ti spokes...)
    Belgian beer and Scotch whisky.

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    Yeah some people shy away from Ti spokes but I've been on them on all of my bikes (except my Dh bike) for years without a problem. They need a little more Love and Respect than steel spokes but I don't mind. The weight difference is fairly substantial for a rotating part of the bike. In 293mm length they weigh 3.5g compared to DT Revolution which are 4.6g a spoke. That's 70.4g for a wheelset.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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    My wife's Lurcher SS!

    So how much did those 70.4 grams cost ;-)
    The bike looks great!


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    I pay $2.00 per spoke which is what Performance charges for DT Comp spokes but then again I ride for the shop that sells them. He regularly charges $5.00 per spoke. Like I've heard, It's not what you know it's who you know. My American Classic 101 rims laced (with Ti spokes and alloy nipples) to Circus Monkey hubs with Stans yellow tape and alloy valves weigh 1401g. My wife's are a little heavier because of the Chris King hubs.
    I got some pretty decent Niners!

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