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    GF's Marin Ravenna

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Your reaction was the reaction I was looking for. I want it to OFFEND people, and make grown men feel insecure about themselves when they see my bike.
    Three questions:
    1. If no one notices, do you remind them of how edgy your steed is?
    2. Do you enjoy riding by yourself?
    3. Why do Surly owners constantly feel the need to justify their choice of frame?

    Seriously, it's like a broken record.

    The tyres are cool at any rate.
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    New riser bar and some fresh grips!
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    Slow is smooth, smooth is fast

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    Mine's boring


    The previous one was also boring


    But before that it gets better


    I'm saved
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    Todays my birthday so I got myself something purdy




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    here she is. picked her up about 2 months ago.
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    That depends. Can you go fvck yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    I just finished building this up:


    Halloween on LSD. Awesome. Do you have some pants for this bike?


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    Trance X4 about a month ago, Shimano M161 and M520s today, Osprey Raptor 10 hydration pack, Giant Shock Pump, Top Peak Mini Tool and Tire Gauge, and some other misc. stuff in the past month.



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    I'm building up a Soma Double Cross and my Shimano 105 group came today. Thanks a bunch to Main Street Bikes in Kentucky for giving me an awesome deal on a demo'd kit ($350) and shipping it next day. I'll post the frame and fork once they arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Got this a couple of weeks ago. My other half was a little incredulous that anyone could possibly need 3 bikes in the garage. Am I crazy? You gotta have a backup right?
    I have seven . . .

    Two mtb, three road bikes, beach cruiser, and a spin bike (stationary trainer), two sets of wheels for each road bike.

    Walked into the LBS Sunday to get a new cassette for the mtb, new chain, came out with both and a new Trek 3700.

    This is an online product photo:



    Discussion is in the blog link with my signature.

    Other recent purchases were two 700 x 23 road bike tires, Bontrager clipless road shoes, and XCT clipless pedals for both road bikes. Those solved the knee pain issues riding strapped in w/ cleats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman View Post
    Halloween on LSD. Awesome. Do you have some pants for this bike?

    Iíve taken acid before without needing pants on. Everything was just fine.
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    just purchased of ebay.

    cant wait for it to arrive..

    hmmm maybe i should have gotten the frame to go with it first...
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    Rock Shox Tora TK 100mm

    After six years the stock Manitou Axel on my GF Marlin gave up the ghost. The LBS is going to cut the steerer tube to the right length and install the star nut.
    This is my first nicer(r) fork. Now I'm going to have to learn to actually adjust it.
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    ... and if we just ... Sweet

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    let's see what ya got!

    here's mine - a specialized purgatory 29X2.4 tire (mounted to an I9 Ultralite front wheel).
    I just ordered that tire togo on my carbon havens its a big tire me likes!!!
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    My latest purchase is everything on this frame/fork with the exception of the front brake calipers, the water bottle cage and pedals. Old Schwinn World Sport frame I picked up and set it up as a 46x16 SS to use for commuting and touring.
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    Here is my latest bike purchase, well not really I has since bought 2 new Blackburn Camber Carbon cages and a Topeak Aero Seat bag for it but those aren't as exciting.
    It does have Egg Beaters on there, which I stole from my 29'er.

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    Stuff for the "other" bike.

    Got this for $15. Looking to try a shorter stem and a lower bar position.



    New pedals, Not super light, but lighter than my current pedals and still have a little bit of platform.



    New gloves.


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    Picked this up yesterday.

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    Picked these up off Chainlove for $110

    Huge fan of Time pedals - never had the carbon version though.
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    my frame got finished...



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    My new Osprey Raptor 6 Hydration Pack ...


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    Picked these up today at the LBS.



    Used the glasses on my ride today. Thankfully I didn't need the pump or the tire pressure gauge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared13 View Post
    Picked these up today at the LBS.



    Used the glasses on my ride today. Thankfully I didn't need the pump or the tire pressure gauge
    Chainlove.com had those Blackburn pumps for $6.99 a couple weeks ago. I picked up two of them.
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    DOH!
    I wish I had seen them then. I check chainlove quite a bit, but apparently I need to check it more often.

    I needed the pump for the ride. I got a flat the last time I went out and didn't want to keep using the CO2 cartridges and I didn't want to ride without the ability to change a flat.

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    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

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    Bikes are so adictive me like. I'll post pics once i take them after work =p

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    Frame is a 2010 anniversary model, which I've had for a year now so I added some new Chris King red hubs to go with the rest of the red bling.
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    Any particular reason for using mech. disc brakes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterDK View Post
    Any particular reason for using mech. disc brakes?
    Well I guess I'm just an old school kinda guy. Easy to adjust, good braking power, no bleeding issues, and I can replace the cable if it would break on long remote rides.
    I've been on several rides over the years with guys running hydraulics and their brakes work great until we go over a pass at 12,000' and their brakes are gone till we get lower. I know it's an adjustment/bleed problem, but they can't get it fixed and don't find out till we hit the high country, which sucks.
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    voodoo zombie fork on the access build

    sorry for awful pic just snapped a quick one after i threw it together.

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    Drool at the belt drive slikes

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    Elusive rubber....

    Quote Originally Posted by CHUM View Post
    let's see what ya got!

    here's mine - a specialized purgatory 29X2.4 tire (mounted to an I9 Ultralite front wheel).
    Got a pair of some WTB folding 650B Wolverines. I'm set now.

    BTW, that's a sexier pic of your wheel then I had so......
    Wait whuuut, who did he tell you that!?!?....

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    Got something skinny to add to the other stablemates. But using ATACs for the pedals.

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    New Hope Tech M4 with 183 / 183 discs

    And a new Blackspire ring.. Used for about 25 miles and now for sale.
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    Why are my shins so scarred..?

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    I haven't actually pulled the trigger, but I am getting ready to nab one of these:


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    not so much a bike part, but still fun!
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    1x9 set up with MRP. Came in the mail last night and installed it today.


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    My latest time and money sucker

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    let's see what ya got!

    here's mine - a specialized purgatory 29X2.4 tire (mounted to an I9 Ultralite front wheel).
    Lefty Max 140mm SPV fork reduced for 29er use. Installed with a Project321 adapter, Canondale SL hub and DT Swiss X470 hoop.

    Still working on ironing out some bugs, tho. The SPV valve is stuck open (not really a bad thing, but bobs like crazy) and the front wheel I built it a total noodle. I'm reworking the wheel with brass nipples so I can up the tension... cheap fix. The real fix is probably going to be a stiffer hoop.

    Other than that, its super plush, and super fast to react to the trail. I love it, although it really makes me want to invest in a newer Lefty, really.

    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/KyQwB9D6iN_csXUWPu_gYg?feat=embedwebsite"><img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-M3yxwBB68-o/Tc8qJ-xsHlI/AAAAAAAAUAE/fDDdgbDNkmY/s800/IMG_0515.JPG" height="600" width="800" /></a>

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    3 weeks old 2010 rockshox domain 318 from some shop on ebay. put the marz 66 rc3 on another bike, though cheaper than most 180mm forks, this thing isnt bad
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    Latest upgrade were the Tires, Maxxis Ardent 2.25 and Crossmark 2.1 LUST.
    Niner Flat Top Bars
    ODI Grips
    Thompson Elite X4 Stem
    Thompson Masterpiece Seat Post
    WTB Silverado SLT Saddle
    Bontrager quick release seat clamp

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    Nice, love a new build as summer hits.
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    New bar for the slingshot. What a huge improvement.
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    Home Brewed Components 20T 1/8" steel cog.....



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    RaceFace Turbine 70mm stem



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    Just bought a new Trek Fuel EX 5 WSD for the lady. I also ordered the new CBs Iodine 3 (black/gold) wheel set and Iodine 11 low riser bars (740mm) for my Fuel EX 9.7. I've been doing my fair share of spending with REI, my LBS, all of Moab's LBSs, Jenson USA, Performance, Price Point, Ebay and many others for years now. Too bad our economy is solely based on people spending, especially when we don't produce a lot of what we buy here in the States. Just remember to keep saving and investing, and not just spending it all.

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    It's really all new barely ridden, but the headset is the newest addition.


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    My frame is new, because of a warrantee replacement, but I did recently puchase the MRP chain guide, the red E.13 32 tooth chainring, and the cane creek 40 zero stack headset that the new frame needed.

    Helidave I like the cartoonified picture of the frame.

    Bailey44,my recently purchased a MRP guide needed to be rotating more forward on the crank after a little bit of riding. It is a bit of a PIA to adjust it properly cause you can't totally line it up correctly 'cause your crank is not on the bike. Much better with it rotated forward though.
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