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    Blinglespeeds?

    Blinglespeeds. We've all seen em. CF, Ti, custom. 1 gear, $3-4k invested, colour matches and 19lbs. But are they in the spirit of SS core culture? Have they lost something, just like the guy who has all his gear carried by sherpa's to Everest basecamp?
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    That is one heck of a word you made up. There is nothing wrong with customizing something to the max. That is half the fun.

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    agree, to a point.

    i still ride a modified BuSS, the original bianchi SS frame.

    basic, nothing special, but i love my ss bike.

    Function over form. Ride hard.

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    A single speed bike is still just a bike, not a cultural statement. When I bought my first single speed in 1999 I didn't see another one on the trail for several years. Does that mean I get to create this imaginary culture? Or was I supposed to emulate the guys that inspired me - a bunch of dudes racing the 24 Hours of Moab calling themselves Team Hugh Jass and wearing dresses? (That would've been '96 or '97 I think). Or am I supposed to ride drunk since that was what a lot of people did in the beginning at single speed races?

    Well, you know what I do? I ride my single speed. It has lots of nice parts on it too. There was no "culture" involved at all. I just like to build bikes and I like single speeds. There was no "culture" trying to tell me what parts to build it out of.

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    I ride my 1X1 with basic but nice stuff and I love it. Certainly not bling by anyones standards but I love riding it so thats all that counts. I've certainly had 'blinger' bikes but none I've enjoyed as much as this. Function first and foremost, though I do like it to look good, keep it clean and nice but any mods or upgrades are done for use first.

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    I really don't care if what I do to or on my bike is in the spirit of anything other than "fun for me". If someone else spends $10k on their SS bike, more power to them...besides, a vast majority of the riders I see on hot single speeds are really fast and fit. If we were talking about blinged out FS geared bikes, I think the Everest comparison would be more appropriate.

    If I could afford a 19# ti/carbon copy of my current bike, I'd do it in a heartbeat, but I can't, so I guess I still have spirit of SS Culture street cred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by islander View Post
    Blinglespeeds. We've all seen em. CF, Ti, custom. 1 gear, $3-4k invested, colour matches and 19lbs. But are they in the spirit of SS core culture? Have they lost something, just like the guy who has all his gear carried by sherpa's to Everest basecamp?
    Having a bike made for you, by one person in their machine shop who is a craftsman or buying a mass produced machine made in a huge factory in Asia.

    Not knocking either but if I really strip it back to basics then the first option strikes me as more "core".

    At the end of the day it's not what you ride, where you ride or how hard you ride but how much fun you have riding it. Anyone who goes out for for a bike ride and comes back grinning from ear to ear is doing it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islander View Post
    Blinglespeeds. We've all seen em. CF, Ti, custom. 1 gear, $3-4k invested, colour matches and 19lbs. But are they in the spirit of SS core culture? Have they lost something, just like the guy who has all his gear carried by sherpa's to Everest basecamp?
    If they have one gear...It's in the spirit of the SS core culture, regardless of the bikes cost.

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    *shrug* I ponied up the money for Hope skewers and SP collar just because it said Hope on it and matched the headset and hubs. I didn't even look up weight to see if those $50 skewers were the lightest out there and I didn't "need" to spend that extra $75 for crap I had 3-4 of each sitting around in the parts bin, but it made me happier doing it and it looks nice.

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    I agree that usually not everyone would built a high end SS. If you are building such a bike you really know what you want and you know exactly how to ride it. Can't say so about people building bling carbon geared suspension bikes. I know a man who is building hi end carbon lightweight geared hardtail. Practically he does'nt even ride it, he is just building it with lighter and lighter parts (frames, forks, brakes) for last 2 years. I really would be happy if he build a rigid SS (which is lighter than any geared hardtail) or even brakeless fixedgear XC bike (which is possible to be used on our trails (he won't ride the most technical ones in any case on any bike)) and kick ass on it.

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    At first I read this, are dinglespeeds still singlespeeds. I was confused about all the answers.

    Then I re-read it as are singlespeeds (blinglespeed) still singlespeeds. I was confused about the question.

    In your analysis with Everest, how should you climb it the most "raw/hardcore/man/tough/true" way? Naked, by yourself,and without oxygen or help? Only then did you really do it because sherpas, fancy new clothing, and oxygen is cheating? I guess any nice advancement in cycling is also not raw by your terms, so we should all just run instead of cycling because it is the ubertrue (I can make up words too) way of SS.

    I agree with a lot of the comments. The really nice single speeds in my area are all rode on by super fast guys. I have yet to see a blingy single speed being ridden by a slow person.

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    And I will say I've raced single speeds on 12hr endurance two years running now (this will be my 3rd year).

    First year was on my rigid 27lbs se stout. It was fun and I was beat, averaging about 65-76 min 10mi laps. Second year I built up a rigid carbon/steel 21lbs On-One Inbred with the previously mentioned Hope bling and was averaging a much more respectable 53-57min laps putting out about the same effort. Granted I had another year of riding/training under my belt (going on about 6yrs heavy riding total to date), but I was pretty much in the same shape for both rides.

    So yes... I do think that the "blinglespeed" made a difference. Maybe it was 75% mental/25% physical or the other way around, but that "bling" made me ride faster, farther and have a lot more fun one way or another, so it was worth it to me.

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    Whatever others want to spend is their business. I don't care if they make fashion statements, heedlessly waste money, etc.

    I have a nice rigid SIR 9 that I built up for $1,100 total and daz good enough for meeee

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    aka...i don't have the money to spend on a $4K singlespeed and i want to justify riding a beater"

    jk

    until you ride a cf or ti singlespeed, you will not understand. also, a ton of the $4k is in the brakes and wheels etc.

    should we all settle for crap wheels and brakes to?

    ss is for simplicity. cf, ti, etc does not change the simplicity of the machine imo.

    have you seen what kids are racing on today in bmx!?

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    As long as they have a big grin on their faces, who cares what and how fast they ride.

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    I have a "blinglespeed" and I haven't lost anything.

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    My ss is a Ludite. Some will say not special but it is mine. Only "bling" on it is a lego Darth Vader zip tied to the handle bars. Why? Vader reminds me of being a kid, just like riding. I guess that makes me the Sith of the Trails......

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    Blinglesleeds?

    If the bike is a trailer queen ... I mean rack or garage queen, that's a joke. But if guys are riding them hard, then I say more power to them! I think a super light high performance SS would be pretty fun and cooler than a blinged out geared bike.

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    I am a fan of either bling or non-bling, and went middle of the road on my current SS build with about $2k in it. Has all the parts that I wanted on it based upon my previous SS rides, and is a nice bike to me. No one else matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by islander View Post
    Blinglespeeds. We've all seen em. CF, Ti, custom. 1 gear, $3-4k invested, colour matches and 19lbs. But are they in the spirit of SS core culture? Have they lost something, just like the guy who has all his gear carried by sherpa's to Everest basecamp
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    no....nothing is lost. Some people have the means, patience and drive to 'invest' in something they love.

    And your analogy of a sherpa helping a climber vs. a 'nice' bike doesn't hold water...

    Compare an old ratted Mazda RX-7 vs. a Lotus on a twisty course then you have an analogy - the better driver will win....just as the better rider will be faster/smoother on any 1 geared bike regardless of cost.

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    Blinglesleeds?

    I think this thread should have photos to help us decide.

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    If you're rolling a high dollar tricked out SS you've likely paid your dues in the SS game and are a straight baller in the trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianW. View Post
    My ss is a Ludite. Some will say not special but it is mine. Only "bling" on it is a lego Darth Vader zip tied to the handle bars. Why? Vader reminds me of being a kid, just like riding. I guess that makes me the Sith of the Trails......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Possum Jones View Post
    The Luddite is an awesome SS and a gateway bike to blingyness
    X3 lovin the Luddite, I put a Niner DF bar on it and schwalbe tires does that make it Blingy! in the 29er forum I see some poeple with the Import Carbon rims and I just think Really??? More power to them.
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    I have a $3k One9 that I built up because it's my dream bike. I have more in the brakes, wheels, and crank than what it costs to buy the frame and carbon fork. I ride a rigid 29er and the love for the simplicity will always be there no matter how much money is in the bike. I'm not rich, I don't make big bucks, I just wanted a Rigid 29er that was less than 20 lbs. I am looking for a frame to build up a low dollar Singlespeed road bike for commuting everyday.

    This Bling Bling Singlespeed sits in my living room where it can be warm every night yet gets ridden in the Sun, Rain, and even Snow every day to and from Work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HEMIjer View Post
    X3 lovin the Luddite, I put a Niner DF bar on it and schwalbe tires does that make it Blingy! in the 29er forum I see some poeple with the Import Carbon rims and I just think Really??? More power to them.
    The import carbon rims are being raced successfully by clydesdales. Not sure what this means. Some of the bling carbon rims do come with neat graphics though! (and maybe a better expensive warranty..)

    Back to blinglespeeds!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    I think this thread should have photos to help us decide.
    Always down for photo postage...


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    Lipstick on a Pig?

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    ...perhaps to some, but it most often drags my fat arse from behind the keyboard, and onto the dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea138 View Post
    I put down so much power on climbs that it stretches my chain every time I ride

    nice wheels y0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin_W View Post
    Lipstick on a Pig?

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    ...perhaps to some, but it most often drags my fat arse from behind the keyboard, and onto the dirt.
    What part is bling? Perhaps lightweight inner tubes.. The NINER posted by Andrea138 is what people are referring to when the term "blinglespeed" is used I think!?

    Confused.

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    Ok peeps, if you're postin' pics of your blinglespeeds in this thread, how about putting a price on 'em? I think the OP was offended by the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydbyk View Post
    What part is bling? Perhaps lightweight inner tubes..

    Confused.
    His Unit is just about all upgraded/replaced besides the saddle and brake (unless it's a new BB7). I'm the same way with my Unit. Over the years, I've upgraded wheels (Flow with CK hubs), BB/cranks (CK with Saint), then headset (CK), and now stem, handlebar and seatpost (all Raceface Turbine). Only thing stock on my bike is saddle, fork, and brakes. And I've spent close to $2k on upgrades, bringing the grand total of $3k. It's still a heavy steel frame rigid ss though. I think that's the beauty of steel frame rigid ss bikes. You can have it all decked out and still not attractive enough to crackheads.
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    This isn't mine, but I this has gotta count. It's even got a bling ring.

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    I just like nice bikes, could care less about trying to be cool. As for price, I did not track the cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rydbyk View Post
    What part is bling? Perhaps lightweight inner tubes.. The NINER posted by Andrea138 is what people are referring to when the term "blinglespeed" is used I think!?

    Confused.
    Looks like a custom steel frame, with some expensive components on it to me. Maybe I am missing something.

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    Not Quite Blingy One9 and SIR9

    Here are my additions:
    I was able to build these up with many used parts (stems, posts, bars, cranks, brakes, front tires, pedals). With frames on closeout and wheelsets discounted by Stans (15% veteran discount) I was able to build each up for ~$1,700-1,800. Each part carefully selected for a combination of strength, beauty, weight and cost. With the One9 I was going for a silver/white theme so I did not get blingy with colors, but it did mean compromise. Some parts cost more, were harder to find used, and even weighed more (ie.Stans rims are +40g each in white). Naturally the wheels were the most expensive pieces of these builds (Arch w/Hopes). Could have gone lighter or more blingy with colors, but the Hopes are strong and the silver hubs/spokes/nipples fit the color theme I was shooting for. The One 9 was built up first (my main ride). The SIR9 later, with nearly identical parts (for easy swapping when nec.). This is the wife's main ride, and I give it some love now and again. It is currently a 1x9 front squish. Come November it will be converted back to a rigid SS (w/matching steel fork) and it will be my go-to ride until my fair-weather-riding wife is ready to hit the trails again.
    Really glad I got these built up while I was still employed.
    FWIW the One9 is ~19.4lbs. The SIR9 is ~25.5lbs right now. It sits at ~22lbs. in SS mode.

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    I guess I consider my SS to be pretty blinged out, even though my frame is not Ti or carbon...

    But it's Chris King all over the place (bb, hubs), xtr race brakes, carbon Niner bar and fork, xtr 960's, niner ti cog, etc.

    At 20.3 lbs, it's light and helps me get myself up the climbs.

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    "I enjoy riding and I enjoy riding a nice bike"
    Couldn't agree more SlowpokePete! Mine is extra blingy at 16.4

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    To prevent further derailling this thread that was a poor attempt to find people disgusted by high dollar SS bikes....Only mid-90's converted to SS for $500 (preferably less) bikes are now allowed to be displayed.

    PLEASE refrain from posting such audacious bikes that go against all that is the essence of SS, and refer to the unofficial MTBR blinglespeed photo thread:

    Who has the baddest singlespeed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel J View Post
    To prevent further derailling this thread that was a poor attempt to find people disgusted by high dollar SS bikes....Only mid-90's converted to SS for $500 (preferably less) bikes are now allowed to be displayed.

    PLEASE refrain from posting such audacious bikes that go against all that is the essence of SS, and refer to the unofficial MTBR blinglespeed photo thread:

    Who has the baddest singlespeed?
    How's this. If I recall correctly the new fork and conversion kit cost me about $50... well under the 500 limit.

    Although the dice stem caps may push it back into the realm of the blinglespeed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel J View Post
    To prevent further derailling this thread that was a poor attempt to find people disgusted by high dollar SS bikes....Only mid-90's converted to SS for $500 (preferably less) bikes are now allowed to be displayed.

    PLEASE refrain from posting such audacious bikes that go against all that is the essence of SS, and refer to the unofficial MTBR blinglespeed photo thread:

    Who has the baddest singlespeed?
    No Man, the title is "Blinglespeeds", not mid-90's converted to SS for $500. I took it as he wanted examples of Blinglespeeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by rydbyk View Post
    What part is bling? Perhaps lightweight inner tubes.. The NINER posted by Andrea138 is what people are referring to when the term "blinglespeed" is used I think!?

    Confused.
    Yes, since not the OP, confused sounds far better than condescending doooshnozzle.
    To answer rather than ignore your (?), and that my intent was not to derail, here's the background.
    Was looking for a 2011 Unit, LBS had none in stock with a 3 month wait, so I bought this 2010 for < $500.
    Built these...
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    polished Flows on Hope's w/ DT comps & Storm SL rotors - tubeless, so no lightweight tubes are involved.
    Discovered that this bike gets ridden far more than my geared FS rig, so I replaced:
    Cranks e.13 SS w/ Gamut 32t ring, and red Candy-3's
    ODIS fork with red Woodman HS, Thomson stem & seatpost w/ red Salsa clamp.
    Salsa 17 bend2 bars, ODI grips, SD7 levers/ Jagwire cables, WTB Pure race saddle.

    Now looking at Ti SS frames, and will likely transfer most parts, hence my comment - lipstick on a pig?
    To clarify, red is the 'bling", NINER uses small font, and the BB-7 calipers are the sole OEM survivor.
    Now back to the show..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    Ok peeps, if you're postin' pics of your blinglespeeds in this thread, how about putting a price on 'em? I think the OP was offended by the price.
    I'll bite...



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    Quote Originally Posted by cary724 View Post
    I took it as he wanted examples of Blinglespeeds
    In short, I took his comments as an insult to anyone who decided to spend a good deal of money on a SS bike.

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    Yea, I took it as him trying to discredit people for not riding their bike in the most "core" way because they spent a lot of money on it. Money is all relative. $3K may mean nothing to some people. Riding a bike is still riding a bike whether you spent $100 or $10,000 on it. Riding a SS is still riding a SS only the number of gears matter, it doesn't matter how much you spent on it.

    Am I so crazy that I like nice things? Am I so crazy that I like nice things that also look purdy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel J View Post
    In short, I took his comments as an insult to anyone who decided to spend a good deal of money on a SS bike.
    I own fairly cheap bikes as I have other things to do with my money right now, but I totally support the pursuit of finding that perfect SS at any cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel J View Post
    In short, I took his comments as an insult to anyone who decided to spend a good deal of money on a SS bike.

    I agree with you, i was just playing stupid and feeding into the original post )

    I see nothing wrong with a $100 or a $10,00 bike! whatever gets you out there. I've been riding since 95, I'm at a point now where I know this is something i like ad will continue to do. Most important at a point where I can drop some $$ on a bike, so why not

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    I spent a lot of money on my SS. A LOT. I've worked my ass off to get to the point where I can afford such a beautiful machine....That's probably why I took the original comments as a slight to the people who I know are out there like myself. I ride it every chance that I get, it doesn't just sit and look pretty.

    I don't care if it's 20 degrees, ice, and snow...I go out and RIDE it. Is that not "core" enough?


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