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  1. #51
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    Another new Surly for the board.

    Taken on a ride today...
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    This bike is basically a rivendell atlantis without the rivendell frame. Once I graduate college I plan to buy the real deal, but this will hold me over until then. I really appreciate the utilitarian comfortable do-all bicycle philosophy.

    Quote Originally Posted by obi.one.speed.only
    Did Grant and the boys have any influence on your overall build.(IE: Rivendell-I'm a member.)

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    My Instigator.
    Still up for sale...

    Set up for mostly DJ and street.

    Marzocchi DJ fork
    Magura Hydro rim brake rear
    Magura Louise disc front
    Full XT - hubs, cassette, shifters, derailleurs
    Hussefelt cranks
    Thompson Pro seatpost
    FSA FR200 stem
    Cane Creek s2 headset
    Azonic Bars
    Marzocchi Seat
    Sun Big Fat Mammoth rims
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    It`s time to rise the number of european surly`s!





    Mark.

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    pics from the Eurobike







    other peoples bikes









    my bike (not me)







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    1st iteration

    I expect to take advantage of all the possibilities of the Karate Monkey - but ya gotta start somewhere. 3x9 rigid rim brakes.
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    This isn't a "you're doing it wrong" topic.

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    Just built this up today after wanting it for a year and a half...




    And my trusty xcheck, it'll be fixed soon...

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    here is one

    I realy like my Pacer and take it everywhere. Now I want to build up another Surly for CX.


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    I have to get a smaller picture.
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    I just sold my Monkey last Saturday. It's a great bike!


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    ho hum, another KM

    sorry to post boring pics of a bike you've all seen a million times before.
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    Ride.

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    Is this a size 16 Monkey? Nice looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSingleGuy
    sorry to post boring pics of a bike you've all seen a million times before.
    What handlebars are you running on your Karate Monkey? They look nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMcG
    What handlebars are you running on your Karate Monkey? They look nice!
    They are 'Bazooka' Trials bars - were 720mm (29inches, haha!), but I cut them down to 670 - they made the bike look like a B-52 before! I think Bazooka is a Japanese domestic brand, not sure it they are sold elsewhere sorry. 15deg bend, and pretty light too, for the size. I like 'em!

    Frank: It's a M/18 monkey. That pic makes it look a bit smaller than it really is. One thing though, the TT seems about 15mm shorter than Surly's website says it should be. Bit of a bummer, because I have big feet for my height and so am close to having toe overlap with my 180mm cranks. If only they made a 19! However no real problems yet, and it sure does ride nicely!
    Ride.

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    winter riding--

    cousin jay

    <img src='http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2004-12/913780/jay04.jpg' width=469 height=383 >

    <img src='http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2004-12/913780/jay04.jpg' width=469 height=383 >

    buttahman

    <img src='http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2004-12/913780/buttah04.jpg' width=512 height=384 >

    <img src='http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2004-12/913780/buttah02.jpg' width=461 height=614 >

    cousin jay in froota on a monkey--

    <img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v319/mtnbykr/fruita05-14sm.jpg" alt="Image hosted by Photobucket.com">

    <img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v319/mtnbykr/fruita05-24sm.jpg" alt="Image hosted by Photobucket.com">

    that's all for now...

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    Two Surlys in Race :



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    Quote Originally Posted by PianPian
    This one has 20 000 km and still goes good !!!!

    !!!!!SICKEST SURLY EVER!!!!

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    Here's Mine!



    Should be a lot of fun to ride in 2006!

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    Sickest !!?
    Why ?

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    2006 Steamroller fixie commuter.
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    My Monkey, now with BW.8 fork...
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    Porky 1x1

    I couldn't resist adding one of my Surlys to this mix.

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    Heres my instigator, just finished building a week or so ago. Cant wait for better weather so i can hit the trails.
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    New bike! First time riding a SS for me also. Had a blast at Gooseberry yesterday.




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    35.4# of cushion for the pushin'...













    Some bald eagles check out the photoshoot:

    My video techniques can be found in this thread.

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    Here are some photos of my dual purpose Pugsley.



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    here she is, the rennen tensioner on the back, i had a surly, but there is a design flaw, WEAKSAUCE!!!!
    crash or die trying

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    dude...

    i would love to check out pictures of your bike. take some in decent lighting and get a focused shot.

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    ... and if we just ... SingleSpeed Shot from today...

    Enjoy!!
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    Another Pugsley

    My new ride and my first MTB.
    I bought it off Ebay but it has Phil hubs, RaceFace cranks, a Brooks saddle, Avid brakes and Ritchey stem, seatpost and handlebar. I'm enjoying it so far but the weather hasn't given me too many days to ride it so far. The trails near me are very muddy this time of year unless frozen and we have only see a few days below freezing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OS cuda'
    Heres my instigator, just finished building a week or so ago. Cant wait for better weather so i can hit the trails.
    Nice rig! It looks almost exactly like mine. I just built mine up a couple of weeks ago and brought it to Ray's Indoor MTB park in Cleveland, OH...it worked like a charm. I also rode it last weekend and loved it. I supppose I should take a few pics and post them.

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    Instigators represent



    I'm almost done. I just need to pick up a cassette tomorrow and she'll be ready to ride. Let's see more Instigators.

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    Monkey in action. Not much light today, but definitely better than snow.
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    Not my Instigator but interesting

    ...nonetheless. I've owned an Instigator since late 2001 and I LOVE it but I've never seen one like this before. I found in on the way to looking up something else.




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    Wink It's an Extra Cycle Attatchment

    Used for touring, hauling, etc, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obi.one.speed.only
    Used for touring, hauling, etc, etc.
    Not just a Xtracycle, but with a Stokemonkey power assist, too. You could haul a tremendous load with that thing.

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    Wink Missed that piece of tech-wonder...

    I'm curious why the cat's so interested though. Mine's always trying to hide in my messenger bag to go for a spin, then jumps out a half-block down.

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    Monkeys

    I've had the green geared monkey for over a year and used it for everything from alpine epics to commuting. I liked it so much I just had to add the brown one, which I just finished building.

    I hope Surly doesn't release a new color anytime soon . . .
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    My Pre-Karate Monkey Surly - The Instigator

    This was my Instigator before I sold her away to get a Karate Monkey.

    I think I might miss this bike.




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    Finally SS'd the KM. Superb in the snow....


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    The temperature was in the low teens for this picture, but it was great to get out. The trails were sticky and fast in most place except for the occasional crunchy frost section.
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    pugsley

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    "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." (Ferris Bueller)

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    Just got this frame friday .I know , the red stem has to go and I have a 17mm taller fork from waltworks on the way .
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    Long Haul Trucker that Hauls!! Version 2.0

    Here is a pic of my "do anything bike". I built up the Long Haul Trucker a couple of years ago as a rain bike for wet rides (I didn't have the fenders on in the picture). I've used it for everything from rainy rides, like last Saturdays 40 degree rain, to light off-road, to riding 131-miles to my sister's farm south of Athens, GA. from my home in Simpsonville, SC this past Christmas in 8-hours. I love it!!!!!!! It is about 26lbs with water and seatpack but I haven't noticed that it feels any differrant than my 20 pound Ti bike. All in all a super design!

    Here are some photos of the latest build in the Brevet guise.
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    Nice Build!

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    Long Haul Trucker That Hauls

    Thanks Critking!
    It was built with parts off previous bikes. I just put some StrongLight compact cranks on it last night and am anxious to take it out for a spin! My LBS talked me into the Cris King headset. It was 1/3 the cost of the frame! We are truely a warped bunch of nuts!

    Happy trails!
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    OD Pug

    got tired of the purple. now its OD green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifi-hospital
    Here is a pic of my "do anything bike". I built up the Long Haul Trucker a couple of years ago as a rain bike for wet rides (I didn't have the fenders on in the picture). I've used it for everything from rainy rides, like last Saturdays 40 degree rain, to light off-road, to riding 131-miles to my sister's farm south of Athens, GA. from my home in Simpsonville, SC this past Christmas in 8-hours. I love it!!!!!!! It is about 26lbs with water and seatpack but I haven't noticed that it feels any differrant than my 20 pound Ti bike. All in all a super design!
    Looks sweet! What size is that and how tall are you? Inseam?

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    can we get a better pic. i was thinking about od green or white

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