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    Chum, why is there no mention of sliders or swingers in the FAQ?
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Ride a single fixed and dont need brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander1 View Post
    Ride a single fixed and dont need brakes
    Also great for slamming the **** out of your pedals and massive street (trail) cred...and epic skidding.

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    Hey guys
    Just bought my new SS today after having a cannondale badboy ultra 09' it's hard at the moment but I'm sure I will get use to it, and I sure can feel those quads! Hahah

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    Hi! I am new to Mt. biking and this forum...so this may be in the wrong place...but it's worth a try...
    I inherited a bianchi MUSS SS and would love to switch the rigid fork out for shocks...how do I select the shocks that will fit? I am a student on a budget, would looking for a used shock be a good idea?
    thank you for your help!!!

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    To new to start anew thread but I will try to ask here
    I have the new XX1 11 speed set up and love it I want to change to SS again after race season and need a cog so I can keep my XX1 cranks. A 10 speed chain will work as some people are using it instead of the 11 speed detailer and cassette anyway the question is who makes a cog to work with the 11 speed chain or a 10 speed chain that works with the new HD rings?
    Anyone?
    Tanks in advance for any help

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    You can't make me read all that.

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    The link appears to be broken.

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    Holy flashback. I wrote that SS FAQ page close to 15 years ago. I'm not sure who was maintaining it over the past decade and a half, but it's a bummer to see a dead link here.
    I dig steel-framed bikes of all shapes and sizes.

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    Hmm, That link was still working a few months back. Something happened.
    Rigid SS 29er
    Fat Lefty
    SS MonsterCross
    SS cyclocross
    all steel

    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    Moderators or website devs wipe it out every now and then I PM'd them last time to get it restored. In fact they deleted this sticky too.
    ROS9+ SS
    ROS9 SS
    GT Peace 9R SS

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    ^ thanks!
    Rigid SS 29er
    Fat Lefty
    SS MonsterCross
    SS cyclocross
    all steel

    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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