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    Quote Originally Posted by adjitridika View Post
    can mr. rinseflow show us whole pic of your bike?
    It's fully geared at the moment. Must be punishable as severely as High Treason to post it here until I fix it? Don't want to be hung, drawn and quartered just yet. Or do I get a free pass for posting gears an' sh_t in a singlespeed thread?

    Coming weekend I'll probably have time to fix her up proper..

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    running a v-brake, not disc.
    some of the old boys still do that
    V-brake it is.

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    Posted in another thread

    My GT Peace 26er.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rinseflow View Post
    It's fully geared at the moment. Must be punishable as severely as High Treason to post it here until I fix it? Don't want to be hung, drawn and quartered just yet. Or do I get a free pass for posting gears an' sh_t in a singlespeed thread?

    Coming weekend I'll probably have time to fix her up proper..



    V-brake it is.
    let us see in fixed mode, and geared mode! you can put the pic in fixed mode in this thread, and put a link from such as flickr album for your geared mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by adjitridika View Post
    let us see in fixed mode, and geared mode! you can put the pic in fixed mode in this thread, and put a link from such as flickr album for your geared mode
    The very first incarnation is now my profile picture. It's changed quite a bit since then. I'm not all that sure it's gone for the better as I seem to have gone mad with the Disney princess colours.. yeah, just like these:




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    WTH? How did this thread go from singlespeed bike porn to Disney princesses porn?! Someone please hurry and post up their singlespeed to get this thread back on the right track.

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    Here's mine... It's been given a bit of a clean since these shots were taken over the weekend, and swapped the Ikons for Rocket Rons in anticipation of a damp winter down these ways.
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    Monolith, that's a seriously good looking bike! Just needs a Niner carbon fork to complete the look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monolith View Post
    Here's mine... It's been given a bit of a clean since these shots were taken over the weekend, and swapped the Ikons for Rocket Rons in anticipation of a damp winter down these ways.
    Thank you! The carbon 9ers are sooo sexy. It's great to see one that actually gets dirty. Sad to say that some of the bikes on this thread don't look like they ever get to play in the dirt and mud like your lucky bike does.

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    small S Works SS 29er. 18.7 pounds.
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    ^^^ It's so small the first word (and only word so far) that popped in my head when I first saw it was "cute"

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    Quote Originally Posted by monolith View Post
    Here's mine... It's been given a bit of a clean since these shots were taken over the weekend, and swapped the Ikons for Rocket Rons in anticipation of a damp winter down these ways.
    Expecting a wet one this side of the Tasman too.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    I love that SWorks Space Wrangler. Those tires look like 2.5s on that thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Wrangler View Post
    small S Works SS 29er. 18.7 pounds.
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    def'ly my size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisdad View Post
    Those tires look like 2.5s on that thing.
    They do look rather large..I think proportions change your perspective because the frame is so tiny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Cheswick View Post
    Just bought this frame a couple weeks ago and swapped out the parts from my Longboard.
    It rides nice but I'm a little disappointed with the limited rear tire size I can run.
    is this the latest version? the color and brake routing seem different than whats on their site. i ask cause im curious about the rear tire clearance on the new rockers. what size can you fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    They do look rather large..I think proportions change your perspective because the frame is so tiny
    Is that like trimmin' the hedges so the deck looks bigger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherwin View Post
    Is that like trimmin' the hedges so the deck looks bigger?
    It's like make the pockets bigger, so her ass looks smaller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theblackbullet View Post
    Lovin' that BE in that color
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    It's like make the pockets bigger, so her ass looks smaller.
    My ass looks perfectly fine in those jeans and you know it! So don't even go there. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisdad View Post
    I love that SWorks Space Wrangler. Those tires look like 2.5s on that thing.
    They are 2.25s. I love the Air 9 carbon but waited for this b/c I like the sliding dropouts.

    They do look rather large..I think proportions change your perspective because the frame is so tiny
    I was worried about the increased standover height vs my 08 stumpjumper comp frame. No nad-crushing episodes so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch rides a SS View Post
    My ass looks perfectly fine in those jeans and you know it! So don't even go there. . .
    If that's what you want to believe, who am I to argue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Wrangler View Post
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    I think I just wet myself...

    Nice bike!
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    Phase 1 and 2 completed of my SS conversion.

    Phase 1 involved removing all the unneeded bits and ordering parts and tools. I removed both derailleurs, the front disc brake caliper. I also removed the big and granny rings and remounted the 32t ring in the granny slot. However once the bike was stripped down, I realized I didn't have the right lockring tool. Then it was pointed out to me that I had misidentified my rear gearing (I have a freewheel hub), which meant my conversion kit wouldn't work (only works on freehubs).

    Phase 2 was installing the new 16t freewheel I picked up today, changing out the grips, and installing the Surly Singulator. After a bit of fiddling and adjusting, She's ready for her first ride tomorrow.

    Phase 3 will involve a new chainring and possibly a new crankset/bb. But since the cranks are still in good shape, I will probably focus on getting a custom Homebrew Components ring that will fit on my compact crank.


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    Here's my version of a bike suited for all the hipster bebop junkie princesses of our time. I'm definitely keeping it for myself though. Besides, as a wise man once said, they all look like junk...





    A couple more:
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    Here moar

    Needs more pastels.

    Still have to remove the Stinger once I feel like doing it.

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