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    Idea! Who Rides Redline Singlespeeds, including fixies converts!

    So post em up, tell your story:

    Like'em?...

    Hate'em?...

    Cyclo-Xers?... MTBers?....

    Road?...

    BMXers?... LOL

    You would think I get paid to do this s88t... LOL

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    Long time SS and new to the 29er scene so I picked up a 29er MC.

    Wow, this is awesome for half the price of anything else....

    Im definitely a fan now of both 29er and especially the MC. I see no reason to get rid of it, EVER !

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    I have been on a SS Redline from the beginning. I got an '07 MC 29er and have been hooked since. Rode it stock for 3 years, put drops on it and races cross for a season and now it is back to flat bar. I love this bike! Heavy, rigid and bomb proof. I'll post pics later (gotta find my camera cord)
    You may be quick, but I'll knock you over

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    I have a Conquest that is kinda SS, but is the awesomestofawesome color schemes. No pics yet because I am awaiting my flight 29 mono shortly. Want to get the family photo as well. I am totally excited do to the fact that I had one of the first monocogs out waaaay back. I used to run it with a KHS solo one rigid fork because it accepted a 29er with disc tabs. So it was a 96er with disc in the front (a gremica) and V brake 26 in the back. I rode that bike everywhere for years. LOVED it.

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    Have a 2010 Monocog that's been Tomicogged, and I love it. For 500 bucks the value is amazing. I love riding this bike. And hopefully this afternoon I will receive my 2012 Conquest Pro SS frame and build my very first cyclocross bike with a fixed/free surly hub!
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    I rocked an '04 26er Monocog for a couple of years, then moved up to a Flight 29er. I've also got a D460. Redline makes awesome bikes for awesome prices.

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    I started with a 26er hardtail and upgraded it a bunch then decided I didnt need so many gear combos so I turned it into a 1x9. Then a month later I decided I wanted a ss29er and never looked back. The 26er saw very little ride time over the summer, though I do take it to Rays still. I do, however, want a 1x9 29er for trails with more climbing because I am weak.

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    Here is my newest ride! A 2012 Redline Conquest Pro SS set up 46 x 18 fixed in this pic. Redline is now responsible for two of my favorite bikes and this cross bike is like riding a roller derby girl; dangerous and sexy with the perfect amount of attitude.

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    Heres my '11 MC, added Origin 8 Space bar, Avid BB7's, Brooks B17, Crank Brothers Candy pedals, Kenda Small Block 8's 700cx35c. I changed out the stock cog in the rear with a 14t, this is my dirt/gravel road bike.

    I love this bike, its a solid ride. Logged my first 30 miles yesterday on a mix of pavement/dirt/snow and loved every second of it. Changing the saddle to a B17 Titanium, with Thomson seatpost and stem next.

    Always looking for rare/vintage Yeti Bikes and parts. PM me

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    Nice cog! I have the same model and love it also.

    I'm surprised to see how many monocogs eventually end up with 700c or some type of skinny tire. I bet that thing really moves with those SB8s and the 14t.

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    Very cool MC and CX !

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