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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek View Post
    all i can remember is that it was a Kona repainted in toothpaste color.
    I bet it had Crest rims.
    ride natty ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishcreek View Post
    you're right. the search function is just showing up recent posts. i am cooking something and wanted to see some color options..
    You sure it wasn't a Monocog?

    Here's this one of Farrisw1's I remembered:



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    Revamped Redline (pics!)

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    XL Misfit Dissent

    Sun Ringle Charger Expert wheels
    Reba RLT 15mm Maxle
    Easton EC 70 bars
    Easton EC70 seat post
    Raceface stem
    SLX crank
    Avid Juicy 3 brakes
    Time Alium pedals
    Some other stuff.
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    Indy, In.
    Niner Rip 9
    Epic Expert Carbon 650b
    Karate Monkey SS
    Sette Razzo

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    Very Nice Misfit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinnyspinspin View Post
    That's one nice looking fat bike, Ska.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by stubecontinued View Post
    I concur, that's a seriously cool bike! Fats just look so cool; like a badass cartoon bike or something. How is riding a SS fat?
    I have to admit, it took a bit of getting use to initially. The SS thing seemed a little too hot for my legs when I got into the soft stuff but, after a little while, I have become immensely addicted to it and I really dig riding this thing. I have really gotten used to the bike and I'm more "aware" and know what to expect from it now (if that makes sense). Riding in the soft stuff is now an easy deal.

    I ride it the most of all my other rides. It's faulking wicked!

    And it was a gift from my wife!
    Here's my crummy, slow-going blog The Slow Spoke if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ska View Post
    Thanks!



    I have to admit, it took a bit of getting use to initially. The SS thing seemed a little too hot for my legs when I got into the soft stuff but, after a little while, I have become immensely addicted to it and I really dig riding this thing. I have really gotten used to the bike and I'm more "aware" and know what to expect from it now (if that makes sense). Riding in the soft stuff is now an easy deal.

    I ride it the most of all my other rides. It's faulking wicked!

    And it was a gift from my wife!
    Think I read that post about her surprising you with the Pugsley a while back. That is awesome. One day I will have to bite the bullet and build one, but I just finished my first cx bike, so there isn't a whole lotta room in the budget. Yet.
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    04 Unit setup for our non-existent winter! (This year anyway)


    with Fat Franks

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy8 View Post
    Very Nice Misfit
    Thanks.
    Indy, In.
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    Epic Expert Carbon 650b
    Karate Monkey SS
    Sette Razzo

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    Quote Originally Posted by whistlesglimberg View Post
    04 Unit setup for our non-existent winter! (This year anyway)


    with Fat Franks
    Great pics. I admire those who have an artistic eye and great photography skills.That's something I just don't have.
    Indy, In.
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    @Ska : what's your ratio ? it's not to hard with this tires ? I review a Sandman next month and I need info to the ratio.
    One speed, My speed...une fois
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    I've had my Simple about 10 months now and it has reached a point where I am happy every ride. It plows over everything, up and down.






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    My new SS. I posted a few more pics on the 650B forum also
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    Nice rides boostin and bb!
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    It was 35 deg. today, finally got a good road ride in on my KM SS. Loving that bike more every time. Nice SS's still being posted I see!

    Lots of rigids too! I think I see them more and more lately. I guess 2012 is the year of the stiffie, haha
    -Eric
    Keeping the hardtail dream alive, one ride at a time.

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    Nice rig, I have the same SS bike but older model of Soul Cycle Hooligan.

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    Finally got out for a little ride through the backyard trails






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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinnyspinspin View Post
    Think I read that post about her surprising you with the Pugsley a while back. That is awesome. One day I will have to bite the bullet and build one, but I just finished my first cx bike, so there isn't a whole lotta room in the budget. Yet.
    OK, my wife would never do that. I'll have to build it piece by piece. So is the Pugsley the way to go or is the Salsa Mukluk 3 with the 29er option the only Fats ride? I can't decide...

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    +1 on the photo's

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    blissful

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    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammysmc View Post
    One of the nicest bikes I have seen, colors pop on on that frame. Nice job
    Faith-Love-Drive = drs, Kanjii *Cheaa* ++XC ++

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    My single speed and me...

    Mark Farnsworth, Raleigh, NC
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    *My single speed and I...



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    Yet another Misfit, as it sits today....


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    Okay, here's my contribution

    Surly 1x1 rigid, tubeless, with WI dos freewheel--gives me a choice between 32x19 and 35x16. I also have a 18 tooth fixed cog on the other side of the hub allowing for 32x18 fixed.

    OnOne Inbred with 120-150 Uturn Revelation, RaceFace Turbine cranks, Avid Ultimate levers and BB7's, and WI trials freewheel (32x18)
    Both bikes run surly hubs, salsa delgado rims, and stans tubeless conversion.
    Next on the wishlist is ss Pugsley.

    Sorry bout the poor pic quality--need to get some on the trail if it will ever stop raining
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