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    my gt tequesta....the diamondback is not mine

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    2012 Lynskey Pro 29 SL (sm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaskaranddriver View Post
    Yup, I bought it from him about a month ago.

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    Rebuilt the One9 for my wife. Hopefully by the end of the summer she'll be confident enough to ride clips. Really looking forward to getting out and riding together this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dry Side View Post
    Friends don't let friends put tensioners on EBB frames

    Glad to read you will soon get that sorted.
    the air 9 rdo is not an ebb its a pf 30 set up cant put the ebb in it like the air 9 carbon different size shell

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmoen View Post
    the air 9 rdo is not an ebb its a pf 30 set up cant put the ebb in it like the air 9 carbon different size shell
    You sir are incorrect.

    I believe Niner sells one, and also Problem Solver
    heres a link.

    Problem Solvers E46 Eccentric Bottom Bracket for PressFit 30 shells - www.neuvationcycling.com
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    Niner advises against using eccentrics in the carbon Air 9 RDO frame.. Click on "Specifications and Compatibility" ..

    Niner Air 9 RDO

    Get the Air 9 Carbon if you want to run the EBB bottom bracket. I have one and it works great..




    I guess one could run some sort rear tensioner like this on the RDO ..

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    Just finished my 1x1 build today and havent even had a chance to ride it on the trails yet!!! Most of the parts were transferred from another frame I had converted as a SS.
    ACCESS Stealth 3.0 carbon 29'er
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    Milwaukee 29er - Reynolds 853 frame





    more photos in flickr

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    Sweet looking SS Tomi
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    Damn, that's hot.
    Indy, In.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4SEVEN3 View Post
    Just finished my 1x1 build today and havent even had a chance to ride it on the trails yet!!! Most of the parts were transferred from another frame I had converted as a SS.
    Nice Surly. Does that sticker on the top tube say "Ride ****ing bikes" ?? hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4SEVEN3 View Post
    Just finished my 1x1 build today and havent even had a chance to ride it on the trails yet!!! Most of the parts were transferred from another frame I had converted as a SS.
    How ironic! I just built up a 1x1 frame last week, using parts from a previous conversion, and I have a "Ride a F*cking Bike" sticker on mine as well!

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-306270_10150599674090989_285381680988_9196581_1349135394_n.jpg

    Cycsco Cycles Ti SS
    Paragon Sliders and 44mm head tube
    King Hubs
    Crest Rims
    Elixer CR's
    Fox Float 100 1.5-1.125 tapered
    Salsa Pro moto bar
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    Here's mine.

    Stroker Trails 160 f/r
    Soulcraft Convert
    Stylo WC SS bars
    Black Spire Mono Veloce 32t/ Shimano DX 16t
    Forge 120mm stem
    Fox F100 RLC
    Neuvation MTN MAX wheels
    WTB Wolverine Race 2.2
    Magic Silver Ourys.

    The only thing I still want to change is the crank. It is the IsoFlow that came with the bike originally. I will get something else when I blow the BB up.

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    Jesus! I just notices this. Over half a million views. I guess people like their bikes simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by modifier View Post
    Jesus! I just notices this. Over half a million views. I guess people like their bikes simple.
    Simple and light and quiet makes a bike SO much fun.

    It's more about your skill as a rider, and not the bike.

    I know I'd rather ride my Rigid SS bikes than any 6in travel FS rig. But I guess thats me.
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    I love sneaking up on people for the pass.
    Actually I abhor cycling- I just like wearing tight shorts

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    I like shredding stuff just as hard as people on the big FS rigs and keeping up. Its a challenge sometimes, but I find it more rewarding.
    -Eric
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    Orange FTW...

    Tomi, nice Orange bike!

    Here's mine:

    Salsa Ala Carte
    Salsa Cromoto fork
    Avid Elixer 5 160mm F&R
    Hope hubs & skewers laced on Stans Crest
    WTB Mutano Race 2.4s tubeless
    Miscellaneous CK, RF, and heavy parts
    21.6 lbs

    The Hope rear hub rendered by pretty orange daisy bell useless.
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    Blue and gold too...

    And a bonus ride...my very first real MTB, which was then converted into an SS 6 months into its life. So yes, I never learned how to shift and is too old to learn now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by esundell90 View Post
    I like shredding stuff just as hard as people on the big FS rigs and keeping up. Its a challenge sometimes, but I find it more rewarding.
    This is always cool, too.
    Actually I abhor cycling- I just like wearing tight shorts

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    Quote Originally Posted by esundell90 View Post
    Simple and light and quiet makes a bike SO much fun.

    It's more about your skill as a rider, and not the bike.

    I know I'd rather ride my Rigid SS bikes than any 6in travel FS rig. But I guess thats me.
    Not just you. I don't own a FS bike, now I am wondering should even bother to get one.
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    I have a One9 with Fox and a Sir with Niner Carbon fork both SS. They are my primary bikes but since I am old (57) after a few heavy days, my knees start to feel achy, etc. and I ride my Jet for a few easy days to rest my old body parts. If you are young, then you can probably wait a few years for a FS bike.
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    single speed

    Cool single speed. What tensioner is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutal910 View Post
    cool single speed. What tensioner is that?
    dmr sts

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    Here's mine with some new bits and pieces!










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    Very nice set up you got there. Greta pics.

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    I've never seen a good looking Cannondale until today. Thanks. Love the blue and orange
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    RIP Giant frame...





    Hello new Surly frame Such an improvement.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    I've never seen a good looking Cannondale until today. Thanks. Love the blue and orange
    Good to hear. Thanks!

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    Wow! You must be really tall. That's a really tall frame. Nice bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post

    Happy NFD. May we see the Surly's rear end?
    Actually I abhor cycling- I just like wearing tight shorts

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    Not a MTB, although I did the 83 Whiskeytown on one:

    Gonna build this up for my 13-yr-old son: an 80-something 26" GT BMX cruiser frame & fork- unbroken..
    Edit: Posted here as I'm gonna rig it as a SS *MTB*. My wife finished the 91 Cool Classic on it, BTW.
    Actually I abhor cycling- I just like wearing tight shorts

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post

    Hello new Surly frame Such an improvement.
    wow you are a big man
    Sury 1x1 is a great bike, it can do everything
    Friends don't let friends ride geared bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassteban View Post
    Happy NFD. May we see the Surly's rear end?
    Here's a pic I had on my phone from when I built it up...haven't taken any pics of it since I've ridden it yet..too busy riding but here's a pic of the rear end..can take more upon request




    And yes, for those of you who noticed..I am pretty tall

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    Nice- thank you.
    Actually I abhor cycling- I just like wearing tight shorts

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    2012 Kona Unit in stock trim.

    I love it so far after the first two rides, it took some getting used to. I feel like I'm a mile high with these clown wheels.

    You guys should put strict warnings out for fools like me considering a SS, especially a full rigid.

    The first ride was good, but the second ride involved much more climbing. I did not know muscle burn like that existed and by the time i got back to the truck after 12k I actually felt dizzy. I lied down in the box of my truck 5 minutes reflecting on the torturous ass kicking this Unit had just given me.

    Ear to ear grin all the way home
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    Heres my contributions to the thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutal910 View Post
    Wow! You must be really tall. That's a really tall frame. Nice bike.
    Haven't you seen the video? They may be a bit grainy but you can still tell Sasquatch is friggin huge.
    Seeking MB-2 Fork (19.3), Ritchey FD post silver 26.8

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    How are you tensioning the rear wheel?

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    Singular Swift SS

    My latest, new grips and handlebar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThreeD View Post
    My latest, new grips and handlebar.
    I love this bike
    Seeking MB-2 Fork (19.3), Ritchey FD post silver 26.8

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    I really like the look of the orange Kona Units.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan0930 View Post
    How are you tensioning the rear wheel?
    I had a tensioner but when I switched to a half link chain I was able to dial it in just enough.

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    I've posted it before, but I think my little dinglespeed is now officially "finished"

    How it looked when I brought it home from the co-op


    All done





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    Quote Originally Posted by bassteban View Post
    Not a MTB, although I did the 83 Whiskeytown on one:

    Gonna build this up for my 13-yr-old son: an 80-something 26" GT BMX cruiser frame & fork- unbroken..
    Edit: Posted here as I'm gonna rig it as a SS *MTB*. My wife finished the 91 Cool Classic on it, BTW.
    Just don't mod the frame/fork at all if it's for sure one of the 26" BMX GTs, not the beach cruiser style. The original 26" BMX GTs are a sought after collectors item

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    I've never seen a good looking Cannondale until today. Thanks. Love the blue and orange
    this. That SL2 is sexyyy, the blue and orange looks great

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    My inbred went on a raw diet.


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