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    Worlds Smallest Singlespeed

    I have the same bike (WUSS) in a size 19.5" frame and love it. They stopped making them in 2007 I believe and that last ones were sold a few years after that.

    I found a 13.5" in 2011 and built it up for a friends daughter, but ended up with it myself.

    I'm probably going to sell it, but thought I'd post some pictures before I did, as I remember some conversation about why there were no super small SS's out there.

    In addition to the pink accessories, I added 165mm XT cranks, a smaller stem & the smallest seat I could find.

    Ridden by an 8 year old...once, lol.
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    "There's little traffic on the extra mile".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Your Bike Sucks View Post
    I have the same bike (WUSS) in a size 19.5" frame and love it. They stopped making them in 2007 I believe and that last ones were sold a few years after that.

    I found a 13.5" in 2011 and built it up for a friends daughter, but ended up with it myself...

    Ridden by an 8 year old...once, lol.
    Doesn't necessarily need to goto a kid either. Wife's 5'2", rides a 13, I'm 5'9" and ride a 14" 1x1 as a play bike. JustSaying

    Nice build, the fork's at what? 80mm?

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    Yes, 80mm Reba.

    I agree with you that even a shorter adult could ride it...just with a bigger seat, lol. I had to search far and wide for a miniature seat that would fit a Thompson seatpost .
    "There's little traffic on the extra mile".

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    cool bike. could i borrow it and race my friends up some hills? I think there would be nothing more degrading than losing to someone on a 13" girls bike with pink components. oh yeah, i'm 6'3".
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    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    You've got yourself a dirt jumper. Take it to the jumps, or skate park, or race it at the BMX track. I'd trust that frame for jumping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmmUT View Post
    You've got yourself a dirt jumper. Take it to the jumps, or skate park, or race it at the BMX track. I'd trust that frame for jumping.
    Lol. you know, the funny thing is that for such a small frame it came with 180mm cranks and a 130mm stem . Maybe Bianchi was thinking the same thing you are.
    "There's little traffic on the extra mile".

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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    cool bike. could i borrow it and race my friends up some hills? I think there would be nothing more degrading than losing to someone on a 13" girls bike with pink components. oh yeah, i'm 6'3".
    Air up the front fork to 100 psi and it would be doable, hahaha!
    "There's little traffic on the extra mile".

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    That's awesome, thanks for sharing your W.hite U.ltimate SS!

    180 cranks? That can't be stock. My 17.5" MUSS came with 175 and 110 stem, so maybe I believe the stem but those cranks can't be stock...
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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