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    Recently replaced my trusty Raleigh XXIX with a Giant XtC.
    One (speed) is all you need!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slohr View Post
    53 year old here. You're getting it! Just need to go to the profanity earlier in the climb, and you'll make it next time!
    And when you're 63- you just start swearing at the bottom of the climb to distract yourself from the sound of your heart beating thru your chestm and then stop at the top...

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    Roads?

    "Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads!"

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    Oh I had been riding an FS plus bike all last week, and my SS was in the trunk of my car the whole time and so I decided to go out and hit the same trails and more on the SS for a real riding experience.

    SS and rigid makes it all more deep and interesting. The climbs are faster. The pulse is faster. The DH is gripping and ripping.

    And that's why on the last DH is took the steep trail covered in soft slimy black mud and thin weeds that I had been avoiding. My front wheel caved into a soft mud pocket, probably a shallow ground squirrel burrow, on the steepest part and I endoed. Human lawn dart type of ejection.

    Saved my face and shoulder, but tweaked my elbow. Got off light maybe.

    Back at work today. Hoping to take the edge off with some ibuprofen.

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    ^ HAHAHA great story, the only thing that would have made that better is an after pic with a face full of mud. Not laughing at your pain though, just the visual that goes along with "human lawn dart."
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    Kenda Cup West XC race this past Sunday in Fontana - placed 6th in CAT 3, 55-59.
    Eighteen riders entered, 9 finishers.
    I was the only single speed in all CAT 3 age groups.
    Bike works good, rider needs more help

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    Now back to roaming the countryside outside of Minsk, Belarus on the Vassago Fisticuff. Stay tuned for more adventurous SS riding in the woods and farmlands of Eastern Europe. On the list of places to ride: the Carpathians, the Baltic Coast from Tallinn to Klaipeda, the many lake laden districts of Belarus.

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    [QUOTE=jmctav23;13111043]Now back to roaming the countryside outside of Minsk, Belarus on the Vassago Fisticuff. Stay tuned for more adventurous SS riding in the woods and farmlands of Eastern Europe. On the list of places to ride: the Carpathians, the Baltic Coast from Tallinn to Klaipeda, the many lake laden districts of Belarus.

    Great! Looking forward to more photos!

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    Kona Unit 2016 route San Fernando to Cádiz (Spain)

    The way from San Fernando to Cadiz it´s a little bored in SS

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    Rode Hall Ranch (Colorado) today, though much of the technical section was on foot 😉. 1700ft climb is always fun! Just changed to a 44" gearing that didn't help.. Share your LATEST SS ride...Pics and words-img_20170407_194924_493.jpg

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    White spokes plus birch tree bling bling...love commuter rides in European cities

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    Had time tonight for a ride and check on my handy work. Switched from a 18T to 20T cog and put on a new chain.
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    One at a time. One cog is fixed on the rotor position. Two cogs are mounted on the freehub. There are two chainrings.

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    Screen shot from my wife's Strava of me and the tringle.

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    Chunky Funky Friday

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    Last Weekend

    I've been a dedicated single (and dingle when touring) speeder for a couple years now. Last year my first race as a single speeder was the 300 mile Arizona Trail Race, it went well, I finished, I was shelled, beyond stoked.

    Last weekend I toed that line once again. Describe any spring day in southern Arizona, especially from a rain soaked Canadian such as myself and it goes.... It was hot, it was windy, I ran out of water a couple times, the traction is different and fun, huge variety of super fun trails. Now add the race aspect and it goes... people's bikes broke, tires slashed, derailleurs trashed, frames bashed, knees and lungs and other things aghh'd. I slept for 45 minutes twice, I tried to ride all I could, I hiked a bunch too, but kept moving forward whenever possible.

    I loved most of it, I hated some of it. I gutted it out and again, things went pretty well. I'm thankful as I sit here scrolling through posts on a lazy recovering sunday that I call myself a single speeder. Thanks for the stoke everyone!

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    Nice!! Congrats on your finish!
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    Surly Karate Monkey SS

    Just built this up. Wasn't planning on running SS but I went for it while waiting on parts and I don't think I can bring myself to put on my 1x11. This thing is pure fun!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    Nice!! Congrats on your finish!
    Thanks OneSpeed! Appreciate it!

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    Damn Addy, congrats indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPIguy View Post
    Damn Addy, congrats indeed!
    Thank you HPIguy!

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    Hey, man. I'm thinking about my first SS MTB, and I'm in the Front Range. How tough is it? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlatan View Post
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    Hey, man. I'm thinking about my first SS MTB, and I'm in the Front Range. How tough is it? Thanks!

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    Did a little ride on the cross bike today. Went to a bike shop to pick up some parts. When I got there we figured out a way to get my new frame home. Worked like a charm. 51 miles and a new frame!! WooHoo!! really, nobody looked at me funny. I did chuckle a few times as i passed people on my way home though.

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    Story time. Bit of drama on my Thursday ride, some Divine intervention, equipment failure, and what ended up being my longest mtb ride ever by a fair margin.
    My hydration pack mysteriously getting moved from car to kitchen before departure left me with just a .5L bottle to carry water, and caused an abrupt change of plans that involved multiple loops to periodically bring me back by my car(and cooler!).
    As it was, I did 8.5 miles of "XC" trails to warm up, stopped by the car, then proceeded onto a different set of trails.
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    ~3.5 miles later, I arrived at Oak Mountain State Park's little ill-kept pump track. Came into the track at speed, and hammered into the side of the first hump, using it like a berm. It was like being struck by lightning. One second I was on the bike, and the next I'm laying on the ground bleeding from 3 places, carbon bars scratched, brake levers and dropper remote askew. My fork has QR lowers. I've been using an adapter and DT RWS skewer, while debating over keeping my fork or getting a different one(had decided to keep it, and UPS already had 15mm lowers with a thruaxle on the way).
    Anyway, on my first hard cornering effort of the day-which is significant, the RWS skewer's endcap got its threads ripped out, so that my front wheel came loose.
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    So I walk. 3.5 miles back to the car, then a quick drive(ok, I may or may not have test rode a SC 5010 and visited a drive thru) to a nearby LBS, where I got another QR endcap from their junk drawer.
    Back to Oak Mountain, this time to the TH I'd been heading toward when my accident happened, then back to the pump track from the opposite direction.
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    Looks almost flat in the picture
    There's also a BMX track, which I did a few laps of. Fun stuff, but also pretty tame, since I don't do jumps.
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    Back up to the TH and car, then onto the "Red Road", which(which sucks!) ascends over a few miles to the highest ridgeline of the park.
    It features a couple of highly technical trails, and my destination, the start of the downhill "enduro" course, Thunder.
    This was originally the start of my planned route for the day, and losing my wheel at the pump track earlier was significant because of *where* it happened. Or where it didn't happen...
    Thunder shoots off from the tail end of the aptly named Boulder Ridge.
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    Losing a wheel here would be a bad thing.
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    If that skewer had somehow survived Thunder, I have a feeling that a certain 90* direction change into a near vertical 25' drop would have done it in, because Thunder leads to the DH course, Lightning.
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    Lightning ties into the same trail system with the pump track, so back up from there to the South TH, followed by a move to the park's North TH, and some more time on flowy trails before climbing Johnson Mountain(not much of a mountain, but whatever).
    I've struggled with this "feature" many times, only occasionally succeeding to clear it all at once. 41 miles into my ride, I make it on the first attempt. Easily, with the right line choice
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    After Johnson Mountain rolls up and down between the ridgelines and descends to ground level, the trail crosses a road and almost immediately ascends the other end of the same mountain that the Red Road traverses. A side trail, Centipede, bypasses the top of the climb, and parallels the ridgeline with a .9 mile series of big rollers that put you out on the roller coaster ride that is Jekyll and Hyde. More of the same climbing and descending, just on a larger scale.
    Returning to the TH, I note my mileage is 48.7. I'd never ridden more than 38 on a mtb before, but still wasn't ready to go.
    A quick loop of the same easy trails surrounding the lake that my day began with serves as a cool-down, and this cheesy MapMyRide app thing reads 52 miles.
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    Well, it was still on for the 3.5 mile walk to the car, but I earned those miles, and I'm claiming them

    Glad I didn't just quit and go home after the skewer incident and crash.
    Wonderful, fun, confidence-skyrocketing day of mountain biking for someone who still thinks of themself as a beginner.

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    ^ Cool story. kinda scary about the end cap. I have those on 2 or 3 bikes.
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    I think it's specific to those DT endcaps. Don't know why I still had that one on there. The one I had on the rear of my old 10x135 frame had had metal slivers come out, and been replaced with whatever was on the QRs that came with the bike(Shimano?), because I didn't trust it.
    When this one went, it went all the way. That coil of metal in the pic was still threaded onto the skewer, and unscrewed in one piece. Literally ripped the threads out.

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    huh, I'm just realizing your talking about a DT QR, I was talking about the DT RWS Thru axles, sorry. I'm using 9/10mm TA's for standard drop out frames.

    Still, That's scary. one of my biggest fears is losing the front wheel exactly like how it happened to you. loose skewer, broken axle or endcap, some other kind of failure. scary.
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    Damn Owen, that's scary! Nice ride though.

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    The Leesburg Baker's Dozen race was a "little bit muddy" yesterday, but I'm really glad that I didn't have gunked up gears to worry about. The SS ran flawlessly in the muck!

    My water bottle went untouched for the entire ride, though...


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    Soul Ride, yesterday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
    The Leesburg Baker's Dozen race was a "little bit muddy" yesterday, but I'm really glad that I didn't have gunked up gears to worry about. The SS ran flawlessly in the muck!

    My water bottle went untouched for the entire ride, though...

    Looks like it was dipped in chocolate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzler View Post
    Looks like it was dipped in chocolate!
    Considering how much of that mud I ate during the ride, I really wish it was chocolate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
    Considering how much of that mud I ate during the ride, I really wish it was chocolate!
    haha. I gotta say, I've done some extremely muddy races, but I've never achieved the even tone of mud you have there. it's monotone, well done.
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    On Saturday I did medium large ride, for me right now, of 22 miles and 4k climbing my full suspension bike.

    Then on Sunday I went single speeding (which by the way sounds much better to me than "mountain biking" for some reason, over 13 miles and 2200 feet of climbing.

    Since I hadn't ridden the full suspension bike for a while, it was really quite a gas. So when my wife wanted to ride with me on Sunday on a smaller route, of course I had to go SS. I was looking forward to the contrast.

    And although the trails were different, it was interesting to compare the two bikes.

    The SS is so spindly - being an old school 26" bike - compared to the plush plus sized tire FSR. The fully rigid SS requires much more concentration and commitment, obviously.

    But I can still ride the same terrain at a slower speed, except uphill. Here the SS shines going up. Although, the levitation comes at a premium of exertion! Yeah and I like it.

    It was Earth Day weekend. By complete accident on Saturday morning I discovered this character named Nature Boy, actually named eden ahbez on an internet browse. This discovery enthralled me and I gave this guy a lot of attention in my thoughts as I rode and iny reading.

    He is an inspiration. If you don't know of him you should check him out.

    Another thing I was thinking about was how riding SS with my wife, whether she is on a geared bike or her SS, is always a lot of fun. I am always faster and end up doing little bonus climbs. But I can also ride sections harder and then just wait at scenic spot or investigate some natural curiosities. I can also ride low speed up fireroads with her and chat as well.

    I've often rode SS in mixed groups too. As long as it is really trail riding, o fit right in. Lots of road is not so good.

    Anyway, there is a cyclocross frame from All City called the Nature Boy and I think it's a single speed frame, and I was wondering, if was named after eden abhez.

    Turns out that Nat King Cole's career got a huge boost when his rendition of a song composed by eden went to number one on the charts in 1948, I think the year was, for the song "Nature Boy".

    It's actually a really good jazz tune.

    And sadly, it seems, to me, that the song is about Eden's son Zoma who died at 17 years of age.

    And I was thinking Zoomer would be a great name for a bike, especially a fine single speed.

    And would write more, and could, because the lyrics to the song, are profound. It ends by saying:

    "The greatest thing you'll ever learn, is just to love and be loved in return."

    It got me thinking about how much I love to ride, and how much the riding loves me back. I love riding that SS and riding with my wife and friends, and riding in trail systems.

    Love them, and they love you back. What a great thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterThanAliens View Post
    Hey, man. I'm thinking about my first SS MTB, and I'm in the Front Range. How tough is it? Thanks!
    Not as tough as you think. I enjoy the work of the climb, but the trick is in finding your sweet spot for gear inch. I am okay with walking a few technical bits of the climb, but I can feel my power increasing... slowly.

    I've switched from 44 (actually was running 44.2) to a 43.6, which I find is better. @mikesee mentioned to me a while back that his sweet spot was 42, but he's a much better rider than I am.

    The ONLY downside to SS is if you like to run fast dh. You'll be spinning on anything that isn't flat or up.

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    Took a short ride out of the city to hike some rolling MTB trails. Been raining off and on the last week so the trails were nice and tacky, moss vibrant, and air pungent with the damp odours of spring.

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    Changed from my usual 32/21 to 32/18 for a bit of gravel grinding.
    Rained for the whole ride and the mudguards worked really well
    Got back home and the weather station in my garden said 8.4mm of rain and wind gusts to 81kph for period I'd been riding!
    I'm quite happy I was sheltered in the trees for most of that!
    Would've been a head wind too.

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    Gravel is good fun...First "long" exploratory ride out of the city to find some dirt roads was a great success, strava's route builder map truly has just about every tiny road in existence on it, even ones crossing farm fields and completely overgrown with grass. The Fisticuff ate it all up with typical aplomb...

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    meet Les: light, strong and fast....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterThanAliens View Post
    Hey, man. I'm thinking about my first SS MTB, and I'm in the Front Range. How tough is it? Thanks!
    I'm in the front range as well. As with any place it's all about getting the gearing right for where you ride. I've found that I can ride anything around here that I rode on my FS. It's very different, but for me it became so addictive that the SS has been my only MTB for 4.5 years now. As far as fitness, that's just different as well. Not a big deal, you'll get used to it in a month or so. For me it was all about learning how to pace myself. Good luck!
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    Perfect weather for a perfect ride. Someone saw a bear though.

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    New tire and a new chain. I was happily surprised that my cog and chainring weren't ruined because I had left the old chain on WAY too long. I was totally stretched and beat to hell after riding all winter. Put the new chain on and no hint of skipping. I was prepared with spare parts at the ready but no need, the Surly cog really isn't showing any wear yet.

    I came to a funny and sad realization last night while riding. I was starting to carry more speed on the uphills, and the flats, and was starting to think I was getting in better shape and that I should run a bigger gear. Until last night. My old tire was worn flat, really at the end of it's life and was rolling super fast. Not any more! the fresh knobby tire was significantly slower (Conti x-king). My gearing felt right again and I now realize my fitness hasn't gone up at all. Thanks for the reality check knobs. Guess those racers on file tread tires really are on to something.

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    Thanks for the reality check knobs. Guess those racers on file tread tires really are on to something.
    Truth...Really enjoying my Conti Speedride, especially since most of my riding now is hard packed dirt/sand mix...outsideoutfitters has some good pricing right now on file treads like the Clement LAS and others...

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    Cool Bike!

    Took the SIR9 for a cruise among the Granite Bay wildflowers.

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    At Willow Creek's, Islands in the Sky, near Jenner CA.

    There's a trail somewhere in the last pic.
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    Went looking for a group of friends that I knew were out on the trails somewhere, did a loop but no luck. Predictably I found them at the bar afterwards so I joined them for a beer. On my way home I ran into another old group of friends out for a night ride so I decided to join them. We ended just in time for the rain.

    It was awesome riding the SS on trails again! So much fun. This is the first time I've ridden a SS with a suspension fork, it's different. A bit heavier front end, and not quite as efficient going up, but not bad. I do notice now that I have a squish fork on there I ride it like it's a big BMX bike and jump off everything in sight.

    Really digging this new frame. Plush, rides really nice. It's a keeper for sure, though I'm thinking of converting it to Monster cross when I get my new frame. I've been wanting to scratch that itch for a while.

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    Folsom Lake is still coming up, about to reclaim those debris piles.

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    48min of 8% climbing today. Averaged just under my pathetic FTP
    Was testing some suspension tweaks.

    10psi more air (from 25-20% sag), more rebound damping, fine tuned the gate setting so it would still give over roots and rocks when climbing locked out.

    Seemed to work

    Set some PB's going up and also on the way back down which is my really weak point.

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    From today's ride on the Chameleon.
    I like 32/21 gearing

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    Back on my SS after about 10 months! 18 miles on my first ride back and man do I STILL love it.




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    Short 7 mile loop in the shade as the sun goes behind the mt.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterThanAliens View Post
    Hey, man. I'm thinking about my first SS MTB, and I'm in the Front Range. How tough is it? Thanks!
    Sorry, I thought I replied to this post a while back.
    Anyway, yeah, it's tough. I've gone from 44" to 39 and now back on a 41". I could see changing the setup based on the trail, but I am trying to avoid that. I've only been at it for a few months now, but I can tell I am getting stronger. That said, it is very different than what your used to, but it is doable and is a TON of FUN!

    Technical rocky climbs are the hardest to deal with, though I've heard that might be partially because I am running an oval.

    You won't regret trying it!

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    Lake Natoma

    Visited the rock slide on lake natoma, it will be a while before they clear that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlatan View Post
    Technical rocky climbs are the hardest to deal with, though I've heard that might be partially because I am running an oval.
    I thought that was where ovals were​ meant to be at their best?

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    Beating the heat with an early 13 mile ride that I was standing for the last 5-6 on because the carbon tray that hold the seat rail broke. Still fun though!





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    Put in a nice 20 mile, 3k foot ride today and got out before it hit 100 degrees. The only issue was dinging my rear rim and loosing a bunch of pressure on the way back to the trail head. I was fortunate and it sealed back up.


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    The best time to ride this time of year in the desert; before 6 AM. Can't stop riding my SS these days.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB Pilot View Post
    The best time to ride this time of year in the desert; before 6 AM. Can't stop riding my SS these days.
    Sweet ride! What do you think of those tires? I'm currently running the Maxxis Chronicles and was wondering about those Vittorias.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshhan View Post
    Sweet ride! What do you think of those tires? I'm currently running the Maxxis Chronicles and was wondering about those Vittorias.
    Thanks, I love this bike. I have the Chronicles on my Lenz Behemoth and I think they have a little better climbing grip, but the Bombolina is a faster rolling tire and has a little better volume. I do like them and have another one on hand for when I need to replace this one. I had the Chupa's on the rear when they came out and they let me down a lot on the loose over hard. The compound on the Bombo seems to be a bit softer and grippier. I haven't had any issues with them holding up as other have. I smashed the carbon rim that it's on and damaged it on a rocky trail and the tire held up fine and is still sealed and never leaks where the damage is in the rim. Over all I really like it on the rear of my SS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBeing View Post
    I'm itchin' to take my SS out to Brown's Ranch too. This pic makes me want more.
    Brown's Ranch was seemingly *made for* 29+ single speeding. Undoubtedly one of my favorite trail systems in all of AZ.
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    Smoke from the Boundary Fire on Kendrick Mountain crept quietly into the woods near town late last night. But, with the blessing of a little cloud cover, and despite the persistent threat of mild asphyxiation, it was still quite comfortable out on my mid-day ride today, 90F with 8% humidity and a light breeze, at 7500'.

    Coughed a bit. Hacked some, too. Then took a little siesta in the blue haze next to my Chester at the top.

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    10,000 feet of climbing and 49.5 miles on my 26 rigid SS this Saturday.

    This is the third time I've ridden over 10k climbing in a day on this SS.

    It was a great ride. My wife and a friend were along too. They rode geared bikes. Wife on a 27.5 5010, and friend on a 26 Ti Motobecane hardtail.

    There was one long technical DH that beat me up because of the rigid fork. But no crashes from any of us.

    Oh yeah, it got hot. At least 104° at one point.

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    Every once in a while the stars align... the right conditions, the right companions, and the right trail. Tonight, after the rain, on Jedi, with some super fun friends, was just such a perfect moment.

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    The most fun I have had on a bike since forever. My first ever single speed ride. Consider me converted.




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    Been using stationary bikes at hotel gyms while on the road at work. Always found it SOOO boring, but I'm now doing hills at max resistance and standing during the climb, total for 30-45 mins. DAMN, does that help improve my strength and stamina! This morn's ride was 22.5 miles, 1100 ft climbing, avg HR 173 and avg speed 10.5 mph. 18 PRs!








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    Took the wrong direction this morn and descended 1100 feet just to have to climb it all back to get home on a 26 miler. First ride on Maxxis Minion DHF 3" front tire, and damn it is that much better than the Dirt Wizard!






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    3300 ft climb and 20 miles. How does a morning get better than that?

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    I don't think it does! Amazing shots!

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    Went for a ride with ElRancho66 again today. He rode his FS SS Kona A.

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