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    Listen! The nicest bike I have ever owned - the SuperCo Charger












    Build specs -

    Frame: SuperCo Charger
    Fork: 2009 Fox Float 36 RC, shimmed to 95mm
    Head Set: Eastern Integrated, grape
    Stem: Sunline V1, 50mm
    Bar: Sunline V2 OS, 2" rise
    Grips: ODI Longneck Lockons, grape lock rings
    Bar Ends: Animal, grape
    Brake: Avid Elixir CR, 140mm rotor
    Cranks: Profile, 175mm
    Bottom Bracket: Profile, Mid
    BB Spacers: Profile Cones, grape
    Chainring: Eastern Medusa Lite, 25t, grape
    Pedals: Atomlab Trailking
    Rims: Singletracks
    Hubs: DT Swiss 340
    Spokes: DT Champion 14g
    Nipples: DT Brass, grape
    Chain: KMC 1/8 w/ half link
    Sprocket: Generic, 12t
    Tires: Kenda Keniption
    Post: Thompson Elite
    Seat: Odyssey Mike Aitken
    Tensioner: MKS (with a little custom machining)
    Rear Axle: DT Swiss RWS

    Weight: 27.9 pounds
    Fun Factor: ∞

    Photos by Deider Barrick

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    I ran into a dude and his girl riding superco's at the crankworx jumps at winter park last summer, those frames are dope. I wish I had the cash to drop on one. Good looking bike
    Last edited by liqwid; 02-27-2009 at 02:35 PM.

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    BikinBeast, just checked out the vids on your website. They look great and those tracks look fun as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liqwid
    I ran into a dude and his girl riding superco's at the crankworx jumps at winter park last summer, those frames are dope. I wish I had the cash to drop on one. Good looking bike
    Doc and Terry were running around. Was it this "girl" by chance?



    Sorry about the epic thread jack...

    The ride looks awesome!

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    very purdy

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    That's an awfully nice bike to be running singletracks on. BTW I'm gonna be at Sunset tomorrow around noon... you gonna be in town?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Agency
    Doc and Terry were running around. Was it this "girl" by chance?



    Sorry about the epic thread jack...

    The ride looks awesome!
    That looks like her, she was killing it. I just couldn't remember their names

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelalamo45
    That's an awfully nice bike to be running singletracks on. BTW I'm gonna be at Sunset tomorrow around noon... you gonna be in town?
    I'm a light rider and have run singletracks on my DH for years with out an issue. They'll be just fine.

    Not gonna be at Sunset tomorrow. We're riding in Fort Collins. Sunday, however, there is a big jump jam at Sunset from 12-dark. BE THERE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liqwid
    That looks like her, she was killing it. I just couldn't remember their names
    Oh how I wish I could take credit for Tammy Donahugh's skills as exhibited in that toboggan shot. She and her ol' man Jimmy were at Whistler last summer and it's likely the two of them you saw, not Doc and myself.

    Cheers!
    Terry from Superco

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry mx
    Oh how I wish I could take credit for Tammy Donahugh's skills as exhibited in that toboggan shot. She and her ol' man Jimmy were at Whistler last summer and it's likely the two of them you saw, not Doc and myself.

    Cheers!
    Terry from Superco
    Could be, they told me they had jumps in their yard and lived Berthoud so whoever that was, thats who I met

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    That's Tammy.

    Brandon, I hope to check out your ride tomorrow.

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    nice bike. but please, post more shots of tammy shredding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by euroford
    nice bike. but please, post more shots of tammy shredding.
    There are a few shots here: http://www.ridesuperco.com/2008/torch.php
    and an old video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZGEp9Z3JjU

    She rips!

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    Beautiful. Bike.
    The grape and black combo is possible the most arousing thing I've seen.

    As an aside, where'd you get your rear cog? I haven't been able to find 1/8" cogs that fit on mtb hub bodies.
    Let's take Colorado and go chill with the British Isles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PacificPilot
    Beautiful. Bike.
    The grape and black combo is possible the most arousing thing I've seen.

    As an aside, where'd you get your rear cog? I haven't been able to find 1/8" cogs that fit on mtb hub bodies.


    I got the cog at my local bike shop - golden bike shop. I imagine most shops would have them in stock. Singlespeed dirt jumpers are becoming very popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikinbeast


    I got the cog at my local bike shop - golden bike shop. I imagine most shops would have them in stock. Singlespeed dirt jumpers are becoming very popular.
    Thanks! I've checked with my first-choice LBS, but they're pretty much totally trail-all-mtn bikes for the Silicon Valley rich and famous. I'll hit up some other ones.
    Let's take Colorado and go chill with the British Isles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelalamo45
    That's an awfully nice bike to be running singletracks on. BTW I'm gonna be at Sunset tomorrow around noon... you gonna be in town?
    Joel - here are some snaps from today's jump jam. It was good seeing you killing it out there! http://tinyurl.com/bxk7hb

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