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    Karate Monkey

    Picked up my new Karate Monkey and I am looking forward to fun rides. Pictures soon.

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    I'm itching to pick up my KM frame and building the bike.

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    I've had a mine a couple of weeks now. Pretty standard spec, rigid single speed. Loving it.
    Sorry about the crappy phone pic.


    Untitled by redmancunian69, on Flickr

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    pictures

    I took the Karate Monkey out today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyUK View Post

    Untitled by redmancunian69, on Flickr
    There is unnecessary much room between the tire and the seattube. You should move the back wheel more forward to get a more manoeuvrable riding. This is one of Karate Monkey's advantages!

    You can change chain length or gearing to do this

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    [QUOTE=RustyUK;9772439]I've had a mine a couple of weeks now. Pretty standard spec, rigid single speed. Loving it.
    Sorry about the crappy phone pic.

    How's this..
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