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    My new toys

    Here's my new toys. Action pics will come as soon as it dries up around here, it rained it's ass off today.

    KGM Bikes
    handmade in germany
    4130 chromo
    integrated rotor
    24" specific
    ss
    3pc bmx cranks
    14mm axles
    realy light for a steel bike 25ish lbs
    perfect geometry

    Unicycle - with a big meaty schwalbe
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    That's funky. Is that a cruiser with a MTB fork? What MTB fork takes 14mil axles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    That's funky. Is that a cruiser with a MTB fork? What MTB fork takes 14mil axles?
    What's funky?, it's a 24" DJ mtb (not a cruiser). Marizoocchi makes a 24" specific fork with 14mm axles, 80-100mm travel and room for pegs.

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    The bars look funky on the bike. I've never been a fan of the Marzocchi D-Street.

    Have fun.

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    I think the frame looks awesome!! Sweet color!! monkey-1.gifmonkey-1.gifmonkey-1.gif

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    I like it.

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    I really like that. Have fun man.
    woooooooooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by XSL_WiLL
    That's funky. Is that a cruiser with a MTB fork? What MTB fork takes 14mil axles?

    yeah i'm with you on this one will, i'm thinkn its a cruiser converted to a mtb....

    btw sudden, a cruiser is just a 24" bmx bike. and a bike with 14mm axles is typically a bmx bike. so put the two together and you got the makings of what sounds alot like a cruiser

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    Thanks Cru jones - The pic gives no justice to the color

    This bike is the closest to perfect i've ever riden
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    Quote Originally Posted by zerossix
    yeah i'm with you on this one will, i'm thinkn its a cruiser converted to a mtb....

    btw sudden, a cruiser is just a 24" bmx bike. and a bike with 14mm axles is typically a bmx bike. so put the two together and you got the makings of what sounds alot like a cruiser
    Thanks for explaining to me what a cruiser is I have a general lee 24", and I can tell you the KGM ain't no cruiser It's all MTB, it's from europe, and the dirt scence over there is mainly 24"
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    yeah, it's no cruiser... I think the bars might just be throwing you guys off...
    I remember the other pic of a different, green KGM that you posted, Sudden_Judgement... with the integrated headtube/rotor/detangler... pretty interesting. looks like a sweet ride, but I'm not a fan of the D-street either, with that fork I'm guessing her weight to be around 35lbs, not 25, but no matter, have fun shredding in Europe... wish I were there as well!
    I bet all the locals can tell you are a yankee since you have your rear brake lever on the right side, instead of moto style like most of them run it....
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    looks like a sweet ride, but I'm not a fan of the D-street either, with that fork I'm guessing her weight to be around 35lbs, not 25, but no matter, have fun shredding in Europe... wish I were there as well!
    I bet all the locals can tell you are a yankee since you have your rear brake lever on the right side, instead of moto style like most of them run it....
    Yeah the dirt scene over here is HUGE, but if you try out somebody's bike you gotta checkout their brake setup, Both ways are just as popular. I'm ditchen the D-streets, going with a dj3 or Z1 somethin simple and light.

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    Nice ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xKREDx
    Nice ride.
    YES sweet whip yo !
    I like the concept of the internal gyro glad to see small framebuilders starting to use it also .
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    Thats a SICK unicycle man!

    Oh yeah and a nice bike too
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    i have found the 1.5" headtubes to be slightly larger in diameter than 1 1/8", plus or minus

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    Quote Originally Posted by 545cu4ch
    Thats a SICK unicycle man!

    Oh yeah and a nice bike too
    I think you were the first to even notice it was there. I didn't even notice until later.

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