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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.)

  3. #53
    Meh.
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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)







    Last edited by singlestoph; 12-11-2005 at 05:17 AM.

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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.

    WSS/OSS: Open Source Sealant

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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!


    "Keep your burgers lean and your tires fat." -h.d. | bikecentric | ssoft

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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





    buttahman





    cousin jay in froota on a monkey--

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    that's all for now...

    kl

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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.

    Pat
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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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