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    Here's my 2011 CrossCheck frame with everything from my LHT...

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/adamgerweck/5124495507/" title="2011 Surly CrossCheck by Adam Gerweck, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4062/5124495507_bd5a32f79a_b.jpg" width="1024" height="739" alt="2011 Surly CrossCheck" /></a>

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    Here's is my favorite configuration... so far.

    Cross Check pics please-030610-2-cc.jpg
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    bike camping!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Added Brooks tape, Changed out my Brooks Flyer for a B17, picked up Velo Orange Grand Gru Rando bar/stem and mounted shifters on downtube...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    Added Brooks tape, Changed out my Brooks Flyer for a B17, picked up Velo Orange Grand Gru Rando bar/stem and mounted shifters on downtube...

    Beauty!

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    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/empire_rdr/5273972407/" title="Cold Ass Ride by BForrer, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5163/5273972407_57930b8e70.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="Cold Ass Ride" /></a>

    Cold ride yesterday, 20 degrees.

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    Really nice! I am planning much the same with my cross check, only with the brown Brooks instead of honey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimcross
    Really nice! I am planning much the same with my cross check, only with the brown Brooks instead of honey.
    That'll be nice, post photos when you do it.

    We have the Brown B17's and Brown tape in stock, give me a call if you want to get it ordered up! (See sig)

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    Hi Addam, very nice modern-old-fashioned look (gee, is the expression correct ?) CC you have.. especially that shifters on down tube make the handle bar simple. I'd like to have on designing my CC.Is it a new product (i mean not an old model) ? what brand ? Does it use indexing as common shifter today ? n Does it work with 9 speed mtb cassette ? Thanks.
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    hey huka...the ones Adam has are Shimano Dura Ace bar end shifters
    I have those in my Pugsley with a 9 speed Deore XT RD....sweet shifting!

    for my Pacer I choose these


    both exist in 8, 9 and 10 speed versions

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinsillo
    hey huka...the ones Adam has are Shimano Dura Ace bar end shifters
    I have those in my Pugsley with a 9 speed Deore XT RD....sweet shifting!


    both exist in 8, 9 and 10 speed versions
    Thx a lot Martin, but is down tube shifter and bar end shifter are the same thing ? or bar end shifter can be used as down tube shifter ? sorry I'm not familiar with road bike things...
    Btw do your Pugsley use XT RD with XT cassette ? and how about the FD, do you use XT FD too ? I really want to know whether these Dura Ace down tube shifters are compatible with Shimano MTB drivetrain and deraileur..

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    hey huka, don't worry..-I was in your position in terms of these shifters when building my pugs..

    DT or BE shift the same, but the looks is different ... FD shifter is friction only so it'll work with double or triple..RD Shifters can be friction or indexed...in indexed fashion it i'll work with any shimano RD...as far as I know the sis is equal in MTB or Road Drivetrains.

    my pugs has a Sram cassette...can I have a smoother shifting with a Shimano? I don't think so.
    btw I'm using Paul Comps Thumbies in my Pugs

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    Could someone point me to which Shimano downtube cable stops work on the Cross Check
    their seems to be a few different ones(CS50,ST74) Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADDam
    Added Brooks tape, Changed out my Brooks Flyer for a B17, picked up Velo Orange Grand Gru Rando bar/stem and mounted shifters on downtube...

    I like what you did. Little changes but I like it a lot better than before.

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    Here is mine.



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    First pics of the build in process....still need to put on the black Brooks B67 springer and tidy up the cables, etc.

    The bike has Michelin 32c City tires on standard rims in this pic. I also have some 40c cross tires mounted on A719s.


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    Still a work in progress, but took the Surly by my studio today for a photo shoot.
















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    nice job Terry

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    The most ridden bike I have ever had!





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    state of the cross check

    really diggin where this bike is at right now. it's my vehicle of choice most of the time.
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5376728820/" title="current state of the cross check - jan 2011 by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5002/5376728820_6d308c3c0c_z.jpg" width="480" height="640" alt="current state of the cross check - jan 2011" /></a>
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    <b>recent and semi recent changes/adds:</b>
    avid digit 7 vbrakes
    cane creek vdrop levers (black)
    xtr brake cable kit
    alfine/dyad front generator wheel
    home brew dyno led light
    busch and muller toplight line plus (rear dyno light)
    panaracer pasela 27mm tires (feel almost as smooth as the 38mm contacts i use to ride, but much much faster)
    on one gary bars (dirt drops, totally love them)
    sram super light tape (still on the fence about it, but it is very gripy, but also rubbery)
    thomson seatpost (came with another bike i bought used)
    swing grip (want to lose this, but it works great)

    <b>what i want to try/will need next (some things i won't need for a while):</b>
    new rear wheel to match front wheel with xt hub and dyad rim
    revised dyno light that incorporates all circuit into housing and mount using fork crown
    koolstop salmon pads
    new chain, cassette
    new crankset (maybe slx, not sure about that one yet)
    homebrew bags (framebag, "gas tank")
    revelate seatbag (or i might try to make one)
    gps (leaning toward the garmin vista hcx)
    aerobars for long ass rides
    strip all paint from frame and go with clear coat
    different fenders
    might try some big 29er tires like panaracer firecross

    it's taken a while, but i have everything set up just right, and it's a great balance of speed and comfort. the drivetrain is getting old, but it's still going strong (stock from an LHT). the dyno system and vbrakes were huge upgrades to me. something about the generator hub just makes it feel like a much more real transportation machine. and the new brakes stop me so much better and feel so smooth. i really enjoy the peripheral projects and mini upgrades here and there.

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    new schmidt dynohub & light





    I am commuting in dusk both ways right now so it's not as crucial as it would have been 1-2 months ago (when I was using a niterider minewt) but it is, well, it's darn cool that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry66
    Still a work in progress, but took the Surly by my studio today for a photo shoot.















    stunning and awesome!

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    Thanks gomez...straight up, your bike was the reason I went with a CC.

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    How my two roll


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    I had some parts laying around so I decided to try a flat bar setup, I may try a riser bar too.

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    I've just finished putting a flat bar on my CC as well. I could never get comfortable with drop bars despite much experimentation with position/stem/height/etc. So far the bike feels great with the flat bar. I suspect this is due to my BMX upbringing. As it looks for the time being:





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    My 58cm CC set up singlespeed, now with rear rack and 700x47 Schawalbe SmartSams. Loving the bike but would have liked 1" extra on the head tube (maybe like the LHT where it is raised above toptube)

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    I've posted mine elsewhere but...whatever, I like my bike



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    we can rebuild him

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    the black bike ~ in surgury

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    Here's my CC. The frame was checked to see if it was straight, then it was stripped, primed, painted with a custom metallic blue paint, cleared and new decals applied.

    These are the components I am using for now.

    Dura-Ace 10 Spd brifters (I believe they are 7800's)
    Tektro RL721 Cyclocross brake levers
    FSA Wing Pro Road Bars
    FSA Stem
    Ultegra 6603 front triple
    Ultegra 6600 10 speed rear
    Ultegra 6500 52/39 crank W/M.E.C Chainrings - Possibly switching to an FSA Gossamer Triple
    9 Speed SRAM cassette and chain - I'm looking around for a 10 speed cassette and chain. When I find one I can afford, I will add it to the bike.
    Shimano Cantis (Older) - Switching to Avid Single Digit 7's and travel agents.
    Kool-Stop pads
    Shimano 600 Hubs w/ aluminum QR
    Alexrims R390 semi-aero rims
    Specialized Infinity 32c x 700 directional tires
    Jagwire brake and derailleur cables and housings

    Metal fenders are also going on the bike.






    I'm thinking of putting this crank on, what do you think, The Ultegra crank or this FSA Triple?

    Ian
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    All cleaned up and ready for spring to come!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singlespeedpunk
    My 58cm CC set up singlespeed, now with rear rack and 700x47 Schawalbe SmartSams. Loving the bike but would have liked 1" extra on the head tube (maybe like the LHT where it is raised above toptube)

    SSP
    Awesome looking CC! Any chance we could get a picture with the Smart Sams on there? I'm riding mine with 47c marathons now and like them quite a bit. Here is the latest and, to me, greatest configuration of my CC. Origin8 Space Bar, bar end shifter on the DT, sweet little avid thingy that I had laying around and said "Why not?"




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    Nice set-up Vaultbrad. I have a set of those tires that I've used for touring and camping. If you're not in a rush they're great. I've never had a flat with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfltroll
    Nice set-up Vaultbrad. I have a set of those tires that I've used for touring and camping. If you're not in a rush they're great. I've never had a flat with them.
    Thanks, I like the bike this way. The tires are pretty righteous as well. They're big enough to be smooth, but still be smallish. And they have enough grab to muck about in the dirt as well. Plus, why do we have to be in a hurry on our bikes? I might even have to try some even bigger weenies like the big apples or fat franks next .

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    Renovations Complete....the black bike rides again....blacker than ever

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    Back-Road Bike

    Made the most of the New Zealand summer today and rode from home to try out some new trails. That's the great thing about Cross-Checks: I've got a singlespeed Pugsley as well (that truth be told is my favourite bike) but I wouldn't ride 15km on it to the trailhead. Well not unless I had a day to kill ;^)

    Only problem with todays ride - I kept pulling my axle forward in the dropout, even with the Salsa skewer done up as tight as it will go. How do i get around that? It seems to be getting worse now the paint has worn away and it's metal on metal?

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/79498713@N00/5524980366/" title="Back Road Bike - I freak’n love this bike! by ibikenz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5255/5524980366_43ff1d6700_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="Back Road Bike - I freak’n love this bike!" /></a>
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/79498713@N00/5525036512/" title="Royal Albany Singletrack by ibikenz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5254/5525036512_5aa90d6cba_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="Royal Albany Singletrack" /></a>

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    ramble

    weekend ramble from two weekends ago. just the right amount of rain and fog. great place to ride.
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5500534485/" title="crown point by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5057/5500534485_01fbb59043.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="crown point" /></a>
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5510936886/" title="IMG_7847 by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5054/5510936886_8b9cf2a1d3.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="IMG_7847" /></a>
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    looks like i will have a chance to do a few days of bike camping. thinking of heading to the coast...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesusburger
    Made the most of the New Zealand summer today and rode from home to try out some new trails. That's the great thing about Cross-Checks: I've got a singlespeed Pugsley as well (that truth be told is my favourite bike) but I wouldn't ride 15km on it to the trailhead. Well not unless I had a day to kill ;^)

    Only problem with todays ride - I kept pulling my axle forward in the dropout, even with the Salsa skewer done up as tight as it will go. How do i get around that? It seems to be getting worse now the paint has worn away and it's metal on metal?
    Sorry to hear that; not making me rush to swap out my bolt-on rear axle for the hollow one sitting on my workbench.

    Beautiful pictures though. Wow, summer. We are deep in La Nina here, 5" of rain in the last week (which seems to be washing the grease out of my crank bolts every couple of days).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesusburger
    Only problem with todays ride - I kept pulling my axle forward in the dropout, even with the Salsa skewer done up as tight as it will go. How do i get around that? It seems to be getting worse now the paint has worn away and it's metal on metal?
    Try a cam-type skewer. I have had good luck with regular Shimano cam skewers with the metal nut. Gotta torque it down pretty good, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    Try a cam-type skewer. I have had good luck with regular Shimano cam skewers with the metal nut. Gotta torque it down pretty good, though.
    Do you mean those old chrome ones where the lever comes out of the side of the big steel blob at the end? I'll steal one off my wife's bike and try it out. Weighs about a pound though!
    - Thanks

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    Inspired by vaultbrad's build above, I recently switched my CC over to Mary bars. That, I recently picked up a Pacer on ebay, which will serve my drop bar road bike needs, so I needed a way to make this different.

    What a fun bike! I think partly because it's the bike I just grab to run around the neighborhood, no helmet, or water bottle, or tools. Just hop on and go, and let the big BMX pedals grab my crocs.




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    Got some new free fenders for this one


    Transferred the hitch from the grey one onto this and converted it into a 1x9 for hauling a Bikes at Work Trailer and to fully utilize it's practicality by making it the dignified and rightful hauler of the stable.. The Disc brake really definitely gives better results with the trailer as opposed to Vs.

    Was this (as a fixed gear)...


    Now this...


    This is the hitch that was swapped


    In order to do things like this...(recycling, but I don't drink Red Bull)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seat_boy
    Inspired by vaultbrad's build above, I recently switched my CC over to Mary bars.

    What a fun bike!

    Awesome! Mine's now in SS mode like yours, but I'm now trying a pair of donated gary bars. Once I get the right stem, I think I'm going to really really like these. Pics to follow as soon as it gets dirty.


    And gyeshwo; I love your interpretations of the bicycle! They always look so tough, but without sacrificing ridability. Well done.

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    My freshly powdercoated "bluestreak" crosscheck
    King hubs/headset
    delgado cross wheels
    thomson stem/post
    panaracer firecross front/kenda cross supreme rear
    shimano cranks 170
    salsa wood chipper bars
    salsa 39 tooth chain ring
    surly 18 cog
    silverado saddle



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    tour duty. check.

    few pics from a quickie 3 day/2 night bike camping trip a couple weekends ago:

    'light' load. pared a lot of stuff down from a previous trip. not the lightest i have gone, but its also a lot colder/rainier this time of year:
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5577377640/" title="heading out of Hilly-B by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5259/5577377640_1b194757f9.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="heading out of Hilly-B"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5576792865/" title="bear claw holder / aero bars by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5026/5576792865_333be61b64.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="bear claw holder / aero bars"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5577383202/" title="ready to roll by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5100/5577383202_5742957aa3.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="ready to roll"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5577383374/" title="the pacific by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5145/5577383374_9958974ce7.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="the pacific"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/40010668@N06/5577388954/" title="back again. by alang60, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5099/5577388954_c947649d46.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="back again."></a>

    i have plans to get rid of more stuff for these quick trips. going to ditch the rack, panniers, tent, and go with frame bags, and tarps. still on the fence about keeping the aeros. might just use them to strap a dry sack to, or i might swap them for an ortlieb bar bag.

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