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    Help me find some bling bling for my first SS

    I have been lurking over here in Oz for some time checking out your fiiiiiiiiine SS steeds and have now decided to start buying parts for my first venture to the dark side much to the disgust of some of my geared riding buddies.
    I have spent many hours covetting Hollywood (and others) pink machines and also took a shine to the blue rims and hubs. I have tracked down the exact same rims as Hollywood used via icyclesusa.com myself but wondered if anyone could tell me of anyone who makes ano blue hubs other than Chris King. I am looking for something decent and a little less expensive.

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    they have ghettos in Australia?

    if you don't live in one, why do you insist on using that silly ghetto language? Bling bling. Huh? Wha? Speak English like the Ozzie you are and be proud.

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    Thanks for the English lesson bulC but if I wanted that assistance I would have posted on Grammar101.com. Now has anyone got any real recommendations.


    Oh yeah, while I am at it. It is Aussie, not Ozzie. Ozzie is that demented guy on MTV who used to be one of the most awesome singers in the world but has been reduced to calling out "Sharon, Sharon" and being paraded around on TV with his two wannabe rockstar kids.

    Fair Dinkum, try to ask a relatively simple question and you get bombarded with this.
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    chi

    Did bling-bling replace chi-chi? Did I miss the memo? I must be old now.

    No King? Try Sun Ringle. Oh, but that's not cheaper. Work an odd-job and get the Kings.

    More fancy parts--I'm considering a Seven bar, a Moots stem, and an Ibis post. (King wheelset on order). Cranks--need something snazzier than these Truvativs.

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    one of the best chi-chi bling items around: a boone cog. (damn- cant find a pic)

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    hang in there...

    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    Now has anyone got any real recommendations.
    thanks for digging my rig!

    "Real" is the only other company making blue hubs that I know of, other than Chris King. But I hear they suck, so like others said, better off saving up for some CK's. I bought my set used from an MTBR buddy for $300 US.

    and as Ethan mentioned, Boone is a sweet upgrade too. Pricey but so purdy. CK headset, carbon or ti bars/posts, etc.

    Do you have a SS now? Building one?

    and nevermind Club, er, bulC. He gets cranky sometimes when you're talking about GW, buying a new car, buying brand new bike parts, or riding anything that's newer than 1992, but we love him just the same. Ain't that right soldier?

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    Boone

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    Hope in Blue

    Hope makes blue hubs.
    Here's their Australia distributor:

    bikebar@yahoo.com.au

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    oops

    maybe not an ss hub though

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    simple is beautiful

    No fancy colors for me. I currently lobbying very hard for the Phil Wood "kissoff" hub and the White Industries single speed cranks.

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    Anodized colors of parts or other bling bling items....

    You might want to email Brent@philwood.com to see if it possible to have a pair of Phil hubs anodized blue. I know they will try to do what they can. I run a set of the Kiss Off hubs and am very happy with them.

    Boone cogs in the rear are nice, but so are the Kings, White industry crank sets are nice.

    Let us know what you decide on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    I wondered if anyone could tell me of anyone who makes ano blue hubs other than Chris King.
    Ritchey makes blue hubs, and they look like high-dollar pieces. I got mine for US$60 new from Veloswap, but your LBS might be able to order some for you (I don't know where online to buy them, but I've heard Cambria might have some). They're not Kings by any means, but they're awesome hubs. Mine have been flawless - reasonably light, strong, and they laced up real nice (my first wheelbuild!).

    My best shot of the hub in question - at least you can get a feel for color.

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    As far as the bling goes, I'd recommend a complicated fracture of some sort that requires advanced orthopedia to reconstruct. Here's mine, for a slim CAN$20,000:

    <img src='http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/IMG_0058(7).jpg'>

    On a complete aside, where is Toowoomba? I'll be in Australia from May - August, and would love a riding parter. I'll be spending about half the time in Sydney city and the other half with my fiancee's folks in Port Macquarie. My instinct places Toowoomba in the west, but I'm not too sure...

    Lastlly, what kind of gearing are you thinking of running? I'm running 32 x 19 here in Colorado, but am thinking of going a little lower for the riding around Sydney - say, 32 x 16?

    Here's the ride I'll be bringing, though it's changed a bit, and will have a rigid fork on it in Oz. Adios - S

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    Damn SDizzle....

    I think you've got just about the dirtiest chain I've ever seen. Well, hopefully that means that you've been too busy riding to clean it. How many miles have you put on that Minute fork? Which model is it (One, Two, or Three)? You better takes tons of ride pics while you're in Australia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulC
    if you don't live in one, why do you insist on using that silly ghetto language? Bling bling. Huh? Wha? Speak English like the Ozzie you are and be proud.

    cultural imperialist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    thanks for digging my rig!

    Do you have a SS now? Building one?
    Hey Hollywood
    Not hard to dig a sweet rig like yours.
    The guys on my home website like it just as much as the guys over here. (I posted a pic of it over here).
    Pinks is still not the new black over here....that may take some time but I will see what I can do for promoting its cause.
    No I do not have an SS yet but I have been talking about it for quite some time and decided to actually do something about it. Unfortunately the budget for it is very tight as I blew a heap on building up an NRS so I am planning on converting something accross. Saw the Excalibur rims for $21.95 each at icyclesusa.com and might just get a pair of them unless I can find anything for a comparable price over here (good luck). Are you happy with yours??
    Am also thinking about going with a rigid fork. Are you back riding yours or have you stayed with the suspension fork???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    thanks for digging my rig!

    I bought my set used from an MTBR buddy for $300 US.
    Dont forget that any price you see I have to add 25% to plus shipping and perhaps tax. Makes the price of stuff over here pretty stiff compared to over there.

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    How do you like that minute on the bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    Ritchey makes blue hubs, and they look like high-dollar pieces.

    <img src='http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/IMG_0009(12).jpg'>

    On a complete aside, where is Toowoomba? I'll be in Australia from May - August, and would love a riding parter. I'll be spending about half the time in Sydney city and the other half with my fiancee's folks in Port Macquarie. My instinct places Toowoomba in the west, but I'm not too sure...

    Lastlly, what kind of gearing are you thinking of running? I'm running 32 x 19 here in Colorado, but am thinking of going a little lower for the riding around Sydney - say, 32 x 16?
    Those Ritchey's could be the go. Not only do they come in blue if I can find them but they have my initials on them as well (most of the guys over here on my home forum cant be bothered typing Toowoombarider so I am usually called TR).

    Toowoomba would be quite a sidetrip for you unfortunately. It is 150km (sorry I dont do miles) inland from Brisbane. You should come up to QLD it is THE most beauitful part of Australia . I am biased as I live here of course. Let me know if you decide to do aside trip up to Brisbane or the Gold Coast as I would love to show you around.

    Not sure on the gearing yet. Toowoomba is right on top of the Great Dividing Range and as such is quite steep riding but I also do quite a lot of riding around Brisbane where there are lots of short, sharp climbs. Basically I have spent my time lurking here and drooling over the shiny metal but have not gotten down to the technical stuff yet.

    I will be paying attention from now on and learning what I can for the project.

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    Thanks to all of you who replied.
    I will check out all of those options and will keep you all informed on my progress.
    This could be a long term project because I will be doing this on a strict budget.
    If you see anything that might suit let me know.

    Basically I am looking to build as follows:
    Large frame (I am currently riding a 20.5' NRS)
    Rigid fork
    Riser bar (ano blue??)
    Ritchey stem (for the TR'ness)
    Blue hubs/rims
    Blue saddle

    Hmmmmmm, not much there really but it is a start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    Toowoomba would be quite a sidetrip for you unfortunately. It is 150km (sorry I dont do miles) inland from Brisbane. You should come up to QLD it is THE most beauitful part of Australia . I am biased as I live here of course. Let me know if you decide to do aside trip up to Brisbane or the Gold Coast as I would love to show you around.
    Well, as best I know, Brisbane is a damn long way from Port (which is a damn long way from Sydney), so I don't think we'll be making it out your way. Chaz (my S-O) has visions of going north to the Great Barrier and up to the coast, but I doubt we'll go west very far. I'm sort of a mountain goat, and have been all my life, so I think she's going to take very chance she gets to show me the ocean. Hopefully I'll get to do some riding in between, but we'll be on the train the whole way, and my bike might stay at home in Sydney city. I'll track you down if I come your way, though.

    Scott - the Minute One is nice, but not all it's cracked up to be (read: MBA). It's not nearly as stiff as my Z1 was, nor as plush - and the Z1 was an air fork! That said, it's a helluva lot lighter, and almost an inch shorter a - c. Based on this, it's a keeper, but, for what it's worth, it's too high maintenance for any of the traveling I'll be doing this summer - I'm taking just the rigid fork and some 2.7 tires.

    Lastly, my chain is not that dirty! It's just our champagne powder caked on dry lubricant. That said, I don't clean it very frequently, but it's Wipperman stainless, and doesn't really care. I've had that chain since June, and it hasn't stretched or complained at even the slightest!
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    Local?

    How about keeping the business downunder and going with Aireal hubs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by planetjag
    How about keeping the business downunder and going with Aireal hubs?
    jag
    Yep, have just been looking at them yesterday believe it or not.
    Got quoted $350 per pair and $175 for their headset in the same ano blue.
    Dont know much about them though.
    Are they any good??

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    I've helped to create a monster!

    Go TR!! We need another ss'er so I'm not the only one getting jested on, during our rides.

    SDizzle in Sydney look up a store called Bike Addiction www.bikeaddiction.com.au The manager, Hugh Flower is a ss'er and very knowledgable about trails/scene in Sydney, as well as being a nice bloke too. Definitely take the bike though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoWay Ray
    SDizzle in Sydney look up a store called Bike Addiction www.bikeaddiction.com.au The manager, Hugh Flower is a ss'er and very knowledgable about trails/scene in Sydney, as well as being a nice bloke too. Definitely take the bike though!
    Sweet! I just sent the link to my GF, who lives there, and she just got burned by her LBS of choice to have a spoke replaced. Apparently, they told her the four-year-old bottom-of-the-line Rock Shox on her SS is better than all Zoke and Manitous combined, so I don't really trust them at all... It'd be nice for her to have someone to give her some good trail info, too, so that she could ride independent from me (provided school permits it, of course). If you're looking to ride anytime this summer/your winter, check this board; I'll post when I arrive and unpack my ride! Adieu - S
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    I'd be keen to ride, however I live in Brisbane, sort of close to Toowoombarider, but we're about 12 hrs drive from Sydney. I've known Hugh for a few years though, he's just finished a trails book for the Sydney area and his girlfriend runs female only rides/clinics, so if they can't help you out, no one can. How long are you staying down under for, I'm thinking of going to Sydney to race a 12 hr in a few months(solo ss of course), so perhaps we could hook up around then??

    Sorry TR for hijacking your thread!! Back to the bling. I remembered a mate who had an American Classic screw on rear hub from a few years back, it is blue and correct axle length for mtb. I'll contact him and see if he's willing to part with it, there may also be a matching front hub too.

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    Love the avatar

    Toowoombarider --

    No bling bling info -- just wanted to say that I loved your avatar. My family lived in Exmouth, WA years ago and the kids just loved B1 and B2 and even had me watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoWay Ray
    How long are you staying down under for, I'm thinking of going to Sydney to race a 12 hr in a few months(solo ss of course), so perhaps we could hook up around then??
    Yeah, I don't think we'll make it to Brisbane. How're the trains between Sydney/Port/Brisbane? Whatever the case, I'll be in Sydney between May 16th and August 15th, if you're around...
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    Don't get it twisted...

    Quote Originally Posted by bulC
    if you don't live in one, why do you insist on using that silly ghetto language? Bling bling. Huh? Wha? Speak English like the Ozzie you are and be proud.
    One, that "term" is not from the ghetto it is from the "dirty south". Two even though the term its stride with a hit hip-hop song called "Bling-Bling" (a very dirty,funny song) from 5 years ago it is english now, isn't it in the dictionary? The only way terms like that get popular is when your little brother starts buying the records and your mom listens to it while washing the dishes while your dad plays golf. So pause the John Mayer, put down the ipod and go give the little motherf@cker some attention, Damn..
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    Quote Originally Posted by azwxman
    Toowoombarider --

    No bling bling info -- just wanted to say that I loved your avatar. My family lived in Exmouth, WA years ago and the kids just loved B1 and B2 and even had me watching.
    Cheers
    I actually wondered whether anyone would have a clue what these guys were all about. I suppose they are a bit of an Australian Icon of sorts and there are just too many of those damn Wiggles for one Avatar.
    What were you doing in Exmouth?? Military?? I went there many years ago when my father was on a course at Learmonth air base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    Cheers
    I actually wondered whether anyone would have a clue what these guys were all about. I suppose they are a bit of an Australian Icon of sorts and there are just too many of those damn Wiggles for one Avatar.
    What were you doing in Exmouth?? Military?? I went there many years ago when my father was on a course at Learmonth air base.

    Yep - I did 20 years in the US Air Force and worked about 4 at the solar observatory at Learmonth (just across from the airport, if you remember it). Absolutely loved it. If I could afford it, I'd emigrate and permanently retire there. Beautiful beaches and a nice small town atmosphere. Wish I'd ridden while I lived there - I'd have had it all to myself.

    Well, hope you had a good Anzac Day. Best of luck with the SS build. Just finished my first one Thursday and had my inaugural ride Friday. Hope I hurry and lose the urge to shift -- it's a bit of a surprise when my thumb can't find the shifter that isn't there ;^)

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    About al I remember about Learmonth is that it was hot and there was a swimming pool there that I almost drowned in.
    It must be about 25 years since I was there though so that is no surprise.
    What have you built up. I suppose that you have posted some pics at one time or another and if so I will hunt them out.
    I am very early into my plans. Finding a frame/ complete bike to convert over here for a decent price is the main problem. Bikes are not cheap and then people think the should not reduce in value despite th fact that they have ridden them into the ground.
    On top of that I am 6'3" so am looking for a large frame.
    Have a good idea what I am looking for and dont care what conditionit is in as long as it is not bent or broken because I plan to strip and powdercoat it anyway.

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    TR,

    Those Ritchey hubs aren't singlespeed specific, and I'm not sure if Aireal makes a singlespeed dedicated rear hub. Also, I think Velocity may make blue anodised rims, in keeping with the Aussie theme.

    For this US Summer season, I'm offering my fixies and singlespeeds in a colour called 'Dusk'. It's a 'dusky' pinky-purpley-grey. It's the thinking mans pink

    In case it wasn't obvious, I'm a local also. Well, not local at all really coz I'm in Melbourne. If you need any parts and don't want the hassle of mail order, drop me an email and I might be able to hook you up.
    No longer member of the bike industry nor society, so don't hassle me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thylacine
    Those Ritchey hubs aren't singlespeed specific, and I'm not sure if Aireal makes a singlespeed dedicated rear hub. Also, I think Velocity may make blue anodised rims, in keeping with the Aussie theme.
    Nope, and I might have mentioned that. I don't think, though, unless one's going fixed, SS specific hubs are necessary. Cassettes proper are just too damn easy, and I hate f*kin with thread-on cogs/freewheels. Short cassettes (ala King and DT and the like) are even nicer!
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    OK guys

    Here is dumb question from a newbie.
    One of my LBS's has a set of BMX hubs in ano blue which he says should be OK what are your thoughts on this. I thought that they looked a little narrow and also they are bolt on axles which I have been told can be converted to QR axles but I am a little wary of it being a lot of mucking around with them. They only hing that keps me thinking about them is that they are a good price and almost the right colour.

    Thylacine I have seen the Velocity rims ad am definitely interested in them but as usual money talks and I can get a pair of Vuelta Excaliburs shipped to my door from the US for the same price as the Velocitys. I hear what you are saying about the pink too. I will definitely be looking for a manly pink if I go down that path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    I thought that they looked a little narrow and also they are bolt on axles which I have been told can be converted to QR axles but I am a little wary of it being a lot of mucking around with them. They only hing that keps me thinking about them is that they are a good price and almost the right colour.
    They are too narrow, I'd guess. Most BMX hubs are spaced at 110 mm, whereas most MTB hubs are 135. Redline Monocogs are 110 mm spacing, and there mgiht be some others too. I don't know what to suggest on this one, but make sure your LBS knows what type of frame you'll be using. The right colored hubs that don't fit are definately the wrong ones!
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    Yeah I can only agree.
    The problem over here seems to be that to a large extent (and no I am not saying that in ALL cases) there are not that many SS'ers. I know that we have a couple of people on my home website who ride SS but for the most part I have not run into too many.
    Because of this you do not seem to find many parts or people who know a lot about what is needed.
    I am probably with you on this one. A lot of what I have read over here seems to indicate that the best approach is to use a cassette hub and convert it with spacers.
    PS. Still looking for those blue Ritchey hubs.

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    More news...I pointed Chaz (GF) to this thread, thinking she'd like to hear about some Aussie bike stuff, and she's got a trip for us planned to Brisbane ('Brizzy'?) to stay with a girlfriend of hers, and thinks it'd be a good idea to take a MTBing sidetrip. Maybe we'll ride together after all! S
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    More news...I pointed Chaz (GF) to this thread, thinking she'd like to hear about some Aussie bike stuff, and she's got a trip for us planned to Brisbane ('Brizzy'?) to stay with a girlfriend of hers, and thinks it'd be a good idea to take a MTBing sidetrip. Maybe we'll ride together after all! S
    Cool, but that is Brissie.
    Let us know when you will be coming through and we will certainly arrange to show you around.
    Will probably be only one SS in the group (yours) as Rays is stuffed and mine will probably still be a dream.
    What sort of riding do you like to do (epic A to B and back again or are you happy to do some circuit type riding)?? We have both up here and both are good fun. I tend to prefer the A - B and back rides myself. Both are available within a 30 minute drive of Brisbane city iitself. We have a fairly large group of us over here on www.mtbdirt.com and there is always some of us looking for a ride.
    Look forward to catching up with you and Chaz.
    cheers
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