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    Eat this

    #1 On One Inbred Ti

    #2 Phil Wood Piss Off

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    #4 Spot Ti

    taken at the European Championships in the Netherlands 1 month ago...


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    double post

    sorry, double post
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    It has seen some changes...

    Since this picture it has:
    FSA Cranks
    Walt Works fork
    Hadley/819 wheels
    Race Face headset
    Ritchey WCS grips
    A big fat 2.5 Conti Diesel up front
    I love the feel of ti, especially with the ti post. I had a geared ti frame back in 2000 and it rode with the same sexy, mystical feel. I then thought that I would only be able to compete at the podium level in 24 hour solo races on a full suspension bike. Four years later I pitched the full sus and the gears and I don't ever look back. If you are affluent or looking for a lifetime of happiness I highly reccomend it. One of the biggest benefits? No paint, no corrosion, no worries.
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    Spicer



    Since the photos, I've put on new wheels and an ENO crank!

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    Dean SS Softail

    The photo is a little old but my bike is virtually the same - I have changed to a black thomson post, black wheels, and a monkeylite riser bar. It's a really fun smooth riding bike.
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    Got pics of your Ti SS?

    I'd like to see some pictures of Ti SS's. I did a search and found a few but I think there are more out there. Dean, DeSalvo, Strong, Spicer, Matt Chester, IF, Sycip, Seven, Vulture, or whatever you have.....let's see!
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    I posted this not too long ago in a separate thread...I'll see if I can't dig up some other pics.


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    Ute in fixed gear mode.
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    My 2

    SS CX and SS MTN
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    Piss Off #28 29er. Rebuilt.

    Rebuilt with: Mavic A719 rims, purple nipples, Thomson Elite seatpost, Selle Italia SLR Gel Flow saddle, Easton Monkey Lite XC Bars, and Goodridge hoses.
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    Mowee Wowee

    Here's my Mowee Wowee, 29er with King pink hubs, FSA K-force cranks, FSA bars & Stem, DT rims.
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    Some TI SS's I've had the opportunity to have between my legs.... hummm - maybe I should re-phrase that...

    Magmaa SS (also Rohloff friendly) - saw use all winter:
    <img src="http://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/502/234259Magmaa_SS_Vicious.jpg">

    TiHag - one of the originals, now a fixie:
    <img src="http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/TiHag_Fixie_apr04.jpg">

    TST soft tail:
    <img src="http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/tst_softtail_ss.jpg">

    Ibis BowTi - a great FS/SS:
    <img src="http://gallery.mtbr.com/data/mtbr/502/234259BowTi_SS_2.jpg">

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    old pics...

    but you did ask......

    sorry for the double pic...... tried to remove it but cant...... computer numpty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VoltesV
    I posted this not too long ago in a separate thread...I'll see if I can't dig up some other pics.

    Who makes this frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papi
    Who makes this frame?
    a now defunct (sorta) frame company. Sofa King is going to be reborn as Grail Cycles. they're out of tennessee (sp?) and google is your friend. think the "front shop" is/was chainwheel?

    oh- since no one else has posted one: Titus HCR ss only (yes, semi custom jobbie)

    edit: damn! pic upload not working! did francis or gregg forget to pay the bills again?

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    My old Pissoff.
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    Cool forks

    #1 On One Inbred Ti

    #3 Moots Rigor Mootis


    These two have nice looking rigid forks, what are they?
    Two Wheeled and Too Big

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    Surely there must be someone out there with a titanium sycip? !
    Quite possibly the slowest single speeder on earth.
    Now skating 'cause its cheaper.

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    my ti 29er ebb ss from mike desalvo. great guy to deal with....i'd highly recommend mike to anyone looking for a frame (wether steel, ti, cx, roadie or mtn).

    built with;
    walt works rigid fork
    hadley/alex td17 wheels
    eno/king drivetrain
    xt/xtr brakes
    yada yada yada

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattman
    These two have nice looking rigid forks, what are they?
    Those are both Pace RC31 forks. Mine (the On One) is the older on, the other is the newer vesion which is slightly higher



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    my Tinglespeed

    picture uploads are working now! latest photo is the one witht he skinny fork and yellow headset

    frame is I think a TST. Parts are a mix of old and new bits. More info/pics here:
    http://32by18.blogspot.com

    cheers!
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    holy guacamole! This much porn in one thread should not be allowed! Now I need a cigarette.

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    This is my baby. Only thing different now is I'm running Mary bars.
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    I'll play. Here's mine:
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    It now sports an ENO FW, stem-mounted Cateye Cordless 7 computer, and Kenda tires... but otherwise the same, just dirty.

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    Ti Mojo

    10 years old and still rolling strong
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    now has shimmy SPDs, but pretty much the same. i have posted this before...
    rides reeealll nice.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowSSer
    a now defunct (sorta) frame company. Sofa King is going to be reborn as Grail Cycles. they're out of tennessee (sp?) and google is your friend. think the "front shop" is/was chainwheel?
    Actually, Pat B. and Chainwheel are in Little Rock, Arkansas. But otherwise, yup, you are correct. www.chainwheel.com
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    Here's mine

    Edited due to the fact that I am an idiot!
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    finally. tituSS
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    Not mine. But, what the heck:
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    Cove Hummer S&S SS

    This is my recently converted travel bike. Sorry for the crappy cameraphone picture, but enjoy anyway:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeny
    This is my recently converted travel bike. Sorry for the crappy cameraphone picture, but enjoy anyway:

    That's a cameraphone pic?! Pretty damn good, I'd say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeny
    This is my recently converted travel bike. Sorry for the crappy cameraphone picture, but enjoy anyway:
    I love that. I want to be one with it.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    SPAM, but not off track.....

    [QUOTE=jh_on_the_cape]now has shimmy SPDs, but pretty much the same. i have posted this before...
    rides reeealll nice.


    I have the same bike. 18" frame, 22 top tube, with Crossmax ceramic wheelset (alloy spokes) same XTR crank set. Here's a picture of her in geared mode. Current ly she is stripped down to frame, fork, wheelset with a bold purple FOR SALE sign on her top tube.

    I want a custom SS steel 29'er. What can I say....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMOKEY
    Surely there must be someone out there with a titanium sycip? !
    smokey... pay attention to the high ti bikes. their motto is "Ride High!"
    i own a small welded and machined ti beauty from them... nice welds!
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_T
    10 years old and still rolling strong
    I've said it before and I'll say it again: I love that bike of yours man. When you die...can I have it?

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    Here's my Ute

    xxxxx
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    one more...

    Mutinyman, represent:
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    Paging JH on the Cape / Hoss

    Check your PM. or email me


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    Over and out.
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    Mike Desalvo Rocks!

    I love mine.
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    Here is my Spot from Erik's first posting:

    Happy Trails

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    question on the IF

    I'm looking into getting a ti IF, but I'm wondering why a steel fork? Granted it is sweet looking, especially colored matched...but steel?

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    My Sunn/Morati



    Love the Mowee Zowee, looks like it's been squeezed between cars in a traffic jam! Sorry? - ah it's a 29er, all right-y.
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    My Ute and everybody say "Moots...Roots and Boots" 29r

    last winter......some changes since, but close enough.
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    My litespeed




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    SS Porn...

    "I'm supa-fly TNT, I'm tha guns of the navarone!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadiegonebad
    That's a cameraphone pic?! Pretty damn good, I'd say.
    I guess you're right, it is pretty good for a cameraphone, but is still does not compare to even a 2 megapixel camera. BTW, it is a Sony S710A with a 1.3 MP camera if anyone cares!

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    resurrection of the '93 kona ti
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    ITSDOABLE you have some crazy amazing bikes. I have never seen one of those IBIS full suspension bikes before. Once again, WOW.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by CabRider
    picture uploads are working now! latest photo is the one witht he skinny fork and yellow headset

    frame is I think a TST. Parts are a mix of old and new bits. More info/pics here:
    http://32by18.blogspot.com

    cheers!
    Ooh, Sweet ol' HS22's!(or 24's?) That sure is a nice ride!

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    PISS Off #31

    I've had her for about a year and half now and spend most of my saddle time on her at this point. Beat the living $%^& out of her at the SSWC05 in State College.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob
    I'd like to see some pictures of Ti SS's. I did a search and found a few but I think there are more out there. Dean, DeSalvo, Strong, Spicer, Matt Chester, IF, Sycip, Seven, Vulture, or whatever you have.....let's see!
    Old pic of my old Chesthair. It was delicious:

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    ti Marin with Eno


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    Here is mine. It is certainly not as extravagant as all the other TI SS's posted, but it is mine. I just changed the front ring to a 38T Blackspire today. Unfortunately the 38T is bigger than the bashguard! So I am back to a plain front ring again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTHMCFM#50
    Ooh, Sweet ol' HS22's!(or 24's?) That sure is a nice ride!
    actually they're old Formula 500's. They're still going strong.

    I switched back to my old alloy fork, and a stem with a higher stem.

    Awesome collection of Ti bikes in this thread!

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    My Strong SS...

    I love this bike...have not ridden gears since I recieved the frame this past FEB.


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    keep it simple.

    - dean colonel / size m (customfeat.: fatties fit fine)
    - dean fork (columbus crmo / powdercoated / 455mm)
    - king headset / syntace spacerset & starnut
    - syntace superforce stem (120mm / 6°) & race face low riser
    - xt bb (square taper / 113mm)
    - race face crankset & ta specialité chainring (34t)
    - dt xr 4.1 rims / dt comp & brass nipples - 32°
    - dt onyx fronthub & white eno standard rearhub
    - eno freewheel 17t / sram pc 68
    - ritchey megabyte wcs 2.35
    - thomson post (410mm / 27.2) & wtb laser v
    - syntace moto grips (screw on)
    - avid sd 7 brakes / sl brake levers / swissstop brakepads / nokon trac pearls
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    ... and if we just ... Blacksheep TI 29er SS

    New Rigid Ti cruiser from blacksheep. I rode it for a couple of days while he is building mine. It 19lbs and rides like an orgasm
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreakyC
    New Rigid Ti cruiser from blacksheep. I rode it for a couple of days while he is building mine. It 19lbs and rides like an orgasm

    MORE PICS PLEASE.
    "RIDE IT LIKE YOU HATE IT"

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    oh man

    that is sweet


    <snip>

    New Rigid Ti cruiser from blacksheep. I rode it for a couple of days while he is building mine. It 19lbs and rides like an orgasm

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    nice! How are the chains tensioned?

    Sorry for my newbie question, but..
    Most of these seem to have verticle dropouts with standard BB. Are these set up with just the right front and rear cog sizes?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tende
    Sorry for my newbie question, but..
    Most of these seem to have verticle dropouts with standard BB. Are these set up with just the right front and rear cog sizes?
    thanks
    I / We are using a White industries ENO eccentric hub........or half links in chains or dumb luck from a regular chain

    -Boz
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    a jones one


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    1991 Litespeed

    Here's my 1991 Litespeed with Spicer ti fork.

    JMJ
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    I'd post mine but if you've seen one Ti SS with eno cranks and hubs, Thopmson seat post and stem, Juicy hydraulics and a WB carbon fork; you've seen them all. Besides, mines dirty.

    Gotta say though after seeing this thread....Ti frames without decals look pretty sweet. Pure. Doesn't matter who made it; it's frick'n Ti!!

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    FrankenSSpeed

    Supergo Access generic ti frame. Not sure who made it for them (TST? Sandvik?). It's an ugly duckling, but well used.

    A couple of different iterations of the same bike...




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    Eriksen #241.



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    Honkin 2 inch DT for holding things steady while I'm mashing up, up, and up.


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    Ute 97.5

    Matt Chester Ute with Black Sheep Truss fork. 650B rear wheel (ENO'd) and 29'er up front. I've had her for seven years and stiil can;t get over how well this bike rides!!
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    Wow, all the great looking ti SS in this thread has just help me decide to turn my 11 years old Dean Colonel into a singlespeed. Thanks everyone for all the awesome pics. Time to order some parts!

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    This bike isn't mine, but it's still beautiful.
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    Mine is in "Post you SS" thread.

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    Ti Bolt

    Not mine. Recently sold.

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    I had a moment of insanity

    and sold this about 8 months ago... I've been regretting it ever since.
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    We get more questions on this bike than most of our others combined




    more at http://www.firstflightbikes.com/2008..._LWTR08027.htm

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    Dayamn, why didn't I get that Moots SS when I had the chance? Sponsor deal too. Ugh. What a dumba$$.

    Beautiful bikes here.

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    mine ... (yes the lines need shortening)
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    Kona - Una

    From what the orig owner told me it might be the only one of it's kind ???

    My frist SS and I'm itching for the snow to melt to take it for it's first spin....
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    Itty Bitty Ti DeSalvo

    This is the wife's ride. She has been riding it geared since she got it in '06. Something must have finally clicked in her head, as a week or so ago she asked me to set it up as a SS...as it should have been. The bike is a true work of art, and the Spectrum powder / paint work is stunning, but pretty subtle. However, these pictures from Mike's shop shows it pretty well.

    I'll have it finished next week and will post up the finished product. It's pretty blingy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBDad
    Matt Chester Ute with Black Sheep Truss fork. 650B rear wheel (ENO'd) and 29'er up front. I've had her for seven years and stiil can;t get over how well this bike rides!!


    Beautiful bike.

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    Titus Fireline '08 + Lunch.

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    My Voodoo D-Jab commuter. Best townie SS I ever owned.

    Studded tires, lights, and pogies for winter mode...









    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky3
    but you did ask......

    sorry for the double pic...... tried to remove it but cant...... computer numpty!
    That's ok. You can see the bike in cross-eyed stereo view now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashSC
    This bike isn't mine, but it's still beautiful.

    fap fap fap.......
    "If women don't find handsome , they should at least find you handy."-Red Green

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    Old pic of my old Chesthair. It was delicious:

    very nice but i really hate those grips, they peel real easy
    "If women don't find handsome , they should at least find you handy."-Red Green

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    Here's mine. Hi Ti Mowee Wowee...

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    1999 moot rigor mootis
    ti frame, chainring, cog, and valve caps. ill have the whole moots groupo one day but this will do for now.







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    Ti 29er Singlespeed

    2009.5 Lynskey Ridgeline set up for bikepacking and just a ride...

    Got pics of your Ti SS?-bikepack.jpg

    Got pics of your Ti SS?-flowers.jpg

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    just finished...
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    another lynskey

    lynskey ridgeline
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    litespeed's break

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    Matt Chester Ute in its current config-




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    Fat Chance with Black Sheep fork, bars, and post. 650B front.
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    I've changed a bunch of components so now she's down to 14lb 6oz so I need new pics but here she is. I'm building an Air 9 Carbon up so this will become the wifes bike.






    My Bikes Kick Ass!!!

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    On the first picture in this thread from "Bateman", I see one of the bikes has a water bottle which looks like a hip flask, gotta have one..............anybody know who makes them??

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    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattkock
    I've changed a bunch of components so now she's down to 14lb 6oz so I need new pics but here she is. I'm building an Air 9 Carbon up so this will become the wifes bike.






    Sweet ride.
    anything Steel

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    Thanks man, I'm fiending to get my Air 9 Carbon and start drinking the Kool Aid!!!
    My Bikes Kick Ass!!!

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    My newly rebuilt Phil Pissoff No.11 Rohloff as an SS. Just gotta dial in setup, shorten lines and done!





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    Quote Originally Posted by 325tisvan View Post
    From what the orig owner told me it might be the only one of it's kind ???

    My frist SS and I'm itching for the snow to melt to take it for it's first spin....
    ahhah!! i KNEW I'd seen that Kona Una somewhere...
    now where'd that guy who keeps posting new threads about it go?
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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