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    1987 Diamondback Apex SS

    Just finished this bike two days ago and took it out on its maiden voyage this morning. Rides like a rigid SS dream!


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    My beautiful stp pro frame!






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    Quote Originally Posted by atom29 View Post
    Did you see the frame for sale in the classifieds? Same one as this for a fair price. Not mine, just passing along a good deal.
    Thanks for the heads up, but it's too big and I'm in Australia anyway.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peace_keeper1517 View Post
    My beautiful stp pro frame!
    Very nice! I had a STP 0 set up as SS with the 32/16 magic ratio once upon a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alshead View Post


    I've had a few SS rigs in the past few years. I had a GF Rig, then a Vassago Jabberwocky, then a Salsa Selma. I've never made SS my main ride and love my FS bike for most things, but I like the training and a** kicking I get from a SS (I seem to ride them the most in the spring and fall for training and variation). Of the lot, the Jabber was probably my favorite. Until now. This bike kicks a**. 2011 Specialized Stumpjumper SS with a Fox G2 fork set at 100. Climbs as good or better than the Jabber, despite a completely different approach to geometry (the Jabber is long, the Stumpy is short). Completely done looking and this one will be with me for a good long while.


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    The best looking 29er bike I"ve seen.

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    My Vassago built up full rigid. No dead Vassago comments please I already get it. This bike is fantastic. The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1346508800.910557.jpgThe "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1346508812.923962.jpgI also have a Soulcraft full rigid I will post up when I get some better pix

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1346514593.123802.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-RAD View Post
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    what is the frame ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cristiman46 View Post
    what is the frame ?
    Ditto. Nice looking bike!

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    That's a whole 'lotta seatpost. Also interested to know what frame that is...

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    My budget Sandvik titanium build.


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    Yeah the blue white bike looks like a great 29er for people that would normally not be tall enough to ride 29" wheels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misterdangerpants View Post
    Ditto. Nice looking bike!
    Hopefully this pic is a little better. It is a Quiring F/F I had made in 2006. Just got it re-painted.

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    It's a Rig

    My first off road singlespeed. It's a start!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducktape View Post
    Yeah the blue white bike looks like a great 29er for people that would normally not be tall enough to ride 29" wheels!
    It was purposely built around a very short axle to crown fork(420ish mm). It fits me as any 26er I have ever had or my 650b bike does.



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    Quote Originally Posted by apex134 View Post
    My budget Sandvik titanium build.

    That looks really good, how does it ride?

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    Yeah they're actually not that grippy compared to DMR V12 Mag's I had, suppose you get that when you get pedals with no real pins!

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    My Nashbar crapster 29er. Great morning ride today up atop the Boise front.




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    IMO your off to an excellent start. Looking forward to update photo's of this frame.

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    My first off road singlespeed. It's a start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy8 View Post
    IMO your off to an excellent start. Looking forward to update photo's of this frame.
    I was able to hang a few things that I have for the frame this weekend. Only missing a crank (Stylo 1.1 coming) and a stem (Easton Haven coming - the one in the photo is just there to keep the fork in place). I'm happy that I don't find the different tones of blue to be visually disturbing next to each other. The Bontrager XR1s are a bit disconcerting on the outset. At 1.9 inches (and that's really pushing it) they seem so puny compared to my 2.4 Racing Ralphs. We'll see how they perform. I doubt it will see too much big stuff - mostly hard pack and MUP with the family, but I also have a fat fork in the garage and wanted to make a half fat out of it in the future. With that skinny rear tire it would look ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ducktape View Post
    The best looking 29er bike I"ve seen.
    Wow- thanks. I personally find some of the steel/ ti frames with super clean and/or curvy lines and whatnot more aesthetically appealing (Singular, Jones, etc), but I do love the looks of this bike as well as the way it rides. Simple, pretty, functional.

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    New Ride for me -

    Salsa Mamasita 29er. Weighs in at 22 lbs.





    This thing climbs hills like all get-out!

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    My On One Lurcher build. I have about 45 miles on it and am in love.
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    18.13 lbs of fun


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    singlespeedrider that is i really nice bike , and a cool name .

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