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    Building this for a friend I ride with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JT2MA71 View Post
    Building this for a friend I ride with.
    Awesome bike, can't wait to see the finish



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    Commutesicle/future cx goofer:

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    Camera to mount on my bike


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    Can you give some info about that camera. Looks pretty cool. Im not looking to film my rides, but would love to be able to quickly and easily take pictures of the wonders I get to see

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    Replaced my big chainring with a bash guard, and rode today for the first time since swapping them out.
    Laughed at myself for thinking the bike rides better after changing something that didn't make a bit of difference, but it's all good

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post

    Replaced my big chainring with a bash guard, and rode today for the first time since swapping them out.
    Laughed at myself for thinking the bike rides better after changing something that didn't make a bit of difference, but it's all good
    pull the washers out from under those pins on the saints , that will make a big difference lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnD View Post
    pull the washers out from under those pins on the saints , that will make a big difference lol..
    Hmmm, that would make the bike lighter, wouldn't it?!?
    Ingenious...

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    Gravity bike rack off of amazon to free up some much needed apartment space.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    Hmmm, that would make the bike lighter, wouldn't it?!?
    Ingenious...
    how about more grip ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    Hmmm, that would make the bike lighter, wouldn't it?!?
    Ingenious...
    Quote Originally Posted by johnD View Post
    how about more grip ?
    Sweet, more grip and lighter!

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    Building up a nos Chameleon frame and the not so new crank is used to keep the budget at bay.


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    Haven't bought anything new in awhile.

    All in one photo...
    Bike + tires + light tubes + Winter camo vinyl =
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    It's like a pedal-powered tractor - in a good way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho1 View Post
    Can you give some info about that camera. Looks pretty cool. Im not looking to film my rides, but would love to be able to quickly and easily take pictures of the wonders I get to see
    It's the mobius actioncam, $68 usd

    Mobius Actioncam Full HD Sports Camera 1080P 30FPS 720P 60FPS Pocket Camcorder | eBay

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    Nothing fancy or expensive, but useful for small adjustments here and there.
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    A1 helmet. Love this helmet. Very Comfortable. That is an awesome deal for a camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    Hmmm, that would make the bike lighter, wouldn't it?!?
    Ingenious...
    How long have you been riding them with the washers in place?

    Not that I'm laughing or anything.
    Front Range, Colorado.

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    I left the washers on mine for the fat bike. I don't want to tear up my snow boots too much. Summer with bike shoes, full pins.


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    Those pedals ship with spacers in place so that you can leave or remove them according to preference. I don't need more grip.

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    I found adding the outer pins and pulling the spacers was like night and day compared to leaving the spacers in. Actually I was worried I spent my money for nothing when I tried them with the spacers in. They didn't grip any better than my stock POS Specialized pedals. Even with my 2FO shoes they didn't perform very well. Spacers came out and now I feel like my feet are glued to the pedal. Love my Saints.

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    The beginning of a new build and my first dirt jumper!


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    new wheelset and truing stand

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    ^^ Looks like you mounted your truing stand on the wall.
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    Post a PIC of your latest purchase [bike related only]



    Better??? LOL. It was making me nuts too.


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    Thanks posted from my phone i couldn't flip it

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    ^^Sick... me want!! :-P
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    Got the stand for 209 from my LBS

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    Awesome bike, can't wait to see the finish



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    pretty much finished now just need to set the final bar height and cut the steerer tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT2MA71 View Post
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    pretty much finished now just need to set the final bar height and cut the steerer tube.
    Dude, it's a sick bike, nice colour, I know it's a woman's bike but I'd ride the heck out of that


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    new bash guard for my 1x10 conversion on my stumpy


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnD View Post
    pull the washers out from under those pins on the saints , that will make a big difference lol..

    Quote Originally Posted by Terranaut View Post
    I found adding the outer pins and pulling the spacers was like night and day compared to leaving the spacers in. Actually I was worried I spent my money for nothing when I tried them with the spacers in. They didn't grip any better than my stock POS Specialized pedals. Even with my 2FO shoes they didn't perform very well. Spacers came out and now I feel like my feet are glued to the pedal. Love my Saints.
    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    Those pedals ship with spacers in place so that you can leave or remove them according to preference. I don't need more grip.
    I assume the washers are shipped with spacers just for shipping purposes only. Then the consumer removes them upon delivery.

    I'm not a platform pedal rider so I could be wrong, but it would seem riding them with the washers in would be a worthless endeavor for keeping your ass [and feet] on the bike. ;)
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    Chromag Trailmaster DT:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raleighguy29 View Post
    new bash guard for my 1x10 conversion on my stumpy


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    For some strange reason that bash guard looks out of place on your bike.

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    Box of tools. Stoked
    I'm here for the downhill

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hookler View Post


    Box of tools. Stoked

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    Looks great I must admit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acer66 View Post
    For some strange reason that bash guard looks out of place on your bike.
    It was the only clean part of the bike


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    FYI ~ Race Face Bash guard users. Your guard is installed incorrectly

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    The small print (specs) should be hiding behind your crank arm, just sayin
    I doubt it matters other than looks, but that is how Race Face intended the placement to be..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burt4x4 View Post
    FYI ~ Race Face Bash guard users. Your guard is installed incorrectly

    The small print (specs) should be hiding behind your crank arm, just sayin
    I doubt it matters other than looks, but that is how Race Face intended the placement to be..

    Have a GREAT week!
    RIDE!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks, I checked mine and I also installed it the other way around but it looks to me that it has the same thickness all the way around unlike the WolfTooth I just got.
    But that is an easy fix, never thought I need to read a manual to install a bash guard.

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    Spring goodies



    Just some things to get going this Spring, now that it's here.

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    A pair of JIC tubes (only one shown in image)
    Living in the moment is always better on two wheels.

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    Specialized Henge

    143 mm wide , was Giant Contact
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    Bronson nearing completion


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    Absolute black oval 32
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    Chris King gxp conversion

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano View Post
    All other purchases are on hold for now...
    Sick!!!!
    People ask me all the time "who beat you up"? I tell them "a tree". They just look at me funny....

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    Nothin super fancy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josue View Post
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    Will build it within the next couple of months
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    Sick!!
    People ask me all the time "who beat you up"? I tell them "a tree". They just look at me funny....

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    Fuel EX-8

    One of these
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARandomBiker View Post
    Nothin super fancy
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    I'd love to see the review , after you ride with the goatlink.

    Soldier , that's a super nice been fuel ex. They have one like that here in the lbs.

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    All together now


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    Quote Originally Posted by mestapho View Post
    All together now

    That looks bad ass!!!

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