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  1. #3926
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    oooo, I like that Carver!

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    Just built up a n On One 26" singlespped specific frame. Replaced alloy make up bike. So much better to ride.

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    Another Monocog

    I took a few pounds out of my monocog and I thought I would share it with you. After the first ride, I'm pretty happy. I recently got my self a Easton Haven as a wider front wheel that seems to work well with the Wierwolf 2.55. The handle bar was changed out for a shorter one from my old trek. I miss the beefiness and extra 1.5 inches of the old one when I get to the steepest climbs other then that it doesn't bother me and the 100+ grams I saved seems worth it. Finally, ESI makes a yellow version of their grips! The rear wheel has a White Ind hub, a cheap BMX cog, thicker Shimano rotor, and the WTB i23 rim. The Geax saguaro tire is something I just had sitting around and I might as well try something other then the original ExiWolf. And wow that Geax is loud. It sounds like I'm bombing down streets when I am only doing 20mph on the trail. To round it all out I put a new e13 ring and gold chain to go with it. On my first ride I took a Strava time, never mind the cold I'm dealing with.
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    Looks hawt, got plans to remove the brake boss bolts? They do come out with a bit of effort and the correct size wrench.

    New wheels coming for my 'Cog (hopefully next week), same model year as yours. Love the yellow and black.

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    LOVE that Cog!
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    Just picked up my first SS in almost 10 years. Last one was a KHS Solo One. This time around: a 2012 Salsa El Mariachi LTD


    I'll get some better photos of it tomorrow while on its maiden voyage; a 50 mile ride for a local scout troop to complete the requirements for the cycling merit badge.

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    Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by driver bob View Post
    Looks hawt, got plans to remove the brake boss bolts? They do come out with a bit of effort and the correct size wrench.

    New wheels coming for my 'Cog (hopefully next week), same model year as yours. Love the yellow and black.

    Yeah, those damn bolts. They have been on my mind in the last few weeks. I just want to cut it all off. I don't really know the best way to get rid of those and I'm not all that handy to begin with. The yellow and black is okay. I just reminds me of the dark dark green and gold of my crappy old KHS. But I was excited a few months ago when I found out that ESI now makes yellow grips. When I got this bike over two years ago I failed to dye some white ESI grips yellow. I took this out in the dark a few hours ago. I learned that I better put that drive side tensioner back on there after hearing a few pops. Good luck with your wheels. I only lost about two pounds. Now just over 28 lbs
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    Mary Mary, Why ya buggin?

    Threw some Mary bars on mine to test out- still tweaking them and they might not make the cut, but I love the way they look...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EstebanRapido View Post
    Yeah, those damn bolts. They have been on my mind in the last few weeks. I just want to cut it all off.
    It's crossed my mind to take a cutting wheel to the stubs that are welded to the frame and fork but right now I have other projects to keep my idle hands busy !!

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    Here's my Jamis Exile SS
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    Better pic of the El Mar from this morning. The wife was running a half marathon while I was riding around drinking coffee and taking photos.

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    1996 Zaskar

    My first mountain bike, a 1996 GT Zaskar, resurrected as my first singlespeed. I had the frame in storage for over 10 years and it sure is good to be riding it again. I love it!
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    My New Kona Unit 29er SS build. The fit/geometry is much better than my redline monocog 29er..




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    My custom rig sporting new tape and saddle. Frame and rim decals were also removed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermoozer View Post
    My first mountain bike, a 1996 GT Zaskar, resurrected as my first singlespeed. I had the frame in storage for over 10 years and it sure is good to be riding it again. I love it!
    Nice work. Magic gear?

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    One of the many conversions my bike has taken on this year. Sub 20 pounds on a bathroom scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justdaman View Post
    My custom rig sporting new tape and saddle. Frame and rim decals were also removed.

    They don't get much more beautiful than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaskaranddriver View Post
    Nice work. Magic gear?
    Thanks, It is 34:17 but I'm still playing around to find the right ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisdad View Post
    They don't get much more beautiful than this.
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    Though that bike is gorgeous.
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    I think I saw this bike before. The handlebars are wood IIRC. That scares me.

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    My new Misfit diSSent
    (dont mind the purple chain, just waiting on my Surly cog to switch to 3/32)



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    Quote Originally Posted by justdaman View Post
    My custom rig sporting new tape and saddle. Frame and rim decals were also removed.

    Ooooh...that's just GORGEOUS!!!
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