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    Last week I moved from Indiana to Boulder, Colorado. This place rules. I threw a Reba on the Karate Monkey and tried to ride the Cross Check up Flagstaff Mountain.







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    I have the same two bikes, but because I don't have 10 or more post I can't display their beauty on here.

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    Oh, ok so 4 more to go....

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    At Chincoteague Island Virginia

    Chincoteague Island is one of the most bike friendly areas I have been too. It was a great vacation. Wife rode the KM and I pulled the two kids on the CC.

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    Troll in 29er mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyeswho View Post
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    may i see the front clearance pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adjitridika View Post
    may i see the front clearance pic?





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    I snapped this pic on a recent ride around the lake. Just my KM in its urban/commuter/gravel setup. Such a great bike.


    austin photo II 006_v1 by es254, on Flickr

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    Got my fiancé a Cross Check


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    Quote Originally Posted by gyeswho View Post
    Is that hex bolt to hold a trailer? Looks like you've got a hitch on the left chainstay too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimhazy View Post
    Is that hex bolt to hold a trailer? Looks like you've got a hitch on the left chainstay too...
    yea I screwed some hex bolts on just to play around with the idea on how I might build a small DIY trailer or something. for the most part it's for a lil character to the bike though

    the hitch on the left, which I spray painted, is for my actual bikes at work trailer.

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    Enjoying this thread. Hope to join it with a few photos once I hit the 10 post count. Thanks to this thread I've got some great ideas. Thanks!

    Inaugural ride photo here... Sorry for the lame web address. I'll be back when I hit 10. Geez!

    www dot flickr dot com/photos/jimservies/7565381956/

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    A good day riding with the river.






    Lazy river

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    So nice...

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    Nice little ride on my Pacer the other day.

    I took my little green Pacer out for a nice little ride two days ago. Went out towards a nearby lake and hit a little singletrack and gravel. I was running 23mm tires, so the handling was a bit squirrelish but OK. I almost sold this bike several times, but I can't seem to get rid of it. Definately the most fun you can have on skinny tires IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irun22fast View Post
    I took my little green Pacer out for a nice little ride two days ago. Went out towards a nearby lake and hit a little singletrack and gravel. I was running 23mm tires, so the handling was a bit squirrelish but OK. I almost sold this bike several times, but I can't seem to get rid of it. Definately the most fun you can have on skinny tires IMO.
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    Pretty sure 700x32 Kenda Smallblock Eight tires will fit on there no problem. Beautiful traction even in muddy, sandy, loose, or gravelly conditions… even on steep climbs!
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    Any other wider tires anyone has tried on the "older" Pacer?

    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Pretty sure 700x32 Kenda Smallblock Eight tires will fit on there no problem. Beautiful traction even in muddy, sandy, loose, or gravelly conditions… even on steep climbs!
    What other tires have people tried? I've considered the Small Blocks since I run them on my MTN bike. I'd be interested in some tires that could be considered sporty on the roads with a little bit of volume... 28-32ish.

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    Let's see some Krampuses, eh??

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    Krampi?

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    Surly CC at Pohick Bay Northern Virginia

    Testing out the new Surly stainless steel chainrings, Dura Ace downtube shifters and Zimbale 11L bag all while pulling the offspring.


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    Our family's Surly Fleet. Hoping to add a another CrossCheck for the wife next year...and a Krampus for me.
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    Just a couple more for the hell of it.
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    Post pics of your Surly!!!-img_1207.jpg  

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    Nice stable! Eventually, I'll add a Pugsley to the CC and KM.

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    Sold my car, so here is my daily driver:


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