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  1. #501
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    Quote Originally Posted by minus9

    My new street and trials build-up.
    im digging that planet x dude, thoes bikes rock,

    ps- 500th post

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    My bike, I haven't posted it in a while and it's had a few changes.


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    Heres my P.1 with its current upgrades. The flash makes the bike look white but its the sand color.


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    Why do you have a chain tensioner? The bike has horizontal dropouts...

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    I know. Im going to run it until it breaks. I dont have real long horizontals. And I can get a nice short wheelbase with the wheel up in the dropouts.
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    *shrug* Whatever works. Is it spring loaded? I really don't see any benefit to running a SS with a spring loaded tensioner.

    Anyways, drop some weight without the tensioner. Half link chain will let you adjust the wheel position by 1/4" increments.

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    The P.2 is nice, Pike and hadleys, you put some dough onto that frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaky69
    The P.2 is nice, Pike and hadleys, you put some dough onto that frame.
    Thanks. Actually its a P.1. Between the Pike 454, Hadley SS, Chris King Headset, Juicy 5's, and Saint Cranks, yea I've put some money into this frame.
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    It looks awesome.

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    Thank you. Heres a better picture in the sunlight.

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    Looks nicer that way. I like the green king headset.

  12. #512
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    i just bought a brand new eastern traildigger today, the thing is awesome. 25-9 gearing, hollow axles, good looks and other bomber parts.
    i rode it at the park today and it felt so smooth compared to a 26 in, suspended and gear mtb. just so simple

    i cant upload my pics of it but you can check it here, http://www.easternbikes.com/

    (i got the oarngish one)

  13. #513
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    me on my crappy mongoose crmo

    THAT LITTLE GUY

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowdung69
    me on my crappy mongoose crmo

    Nice riding. I wish I was that good at your age, oh well, I can still improve, I'm only 18. Save up dude, you'll end up with a nice bike sooner than you know. Mow some lawns or something.

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    Well I got her put together but not all the bling has arrived yet as well as my means to run a front peg. Gold DangerBoy mechanical levers, gold nipples, gold headset, and bar ends will top it off.









    Specs:
    -BMW Park Bike
    -Funn Stiffy Rigid Fork
    -Alex DM 24in rear wheel
    -Halo Tornado 24in front wheel
    -FSA Nasty Boy 3 pc crankset with Eastern BB
    -Profile Imperial 25t sprocket(gold) 10t rear cog
    -KMC SS chain (gold)
    -Profile Slim Jim Seat Clamp(gold)
    -Thompson Seat post
    -Shadow Conspiracy Crow Seat(black/white)
    -Shadow Con. grips
    -Shadow Con. bar ends
    -Deity Handlebars (black)
    -DangerBoy Stem
    -Avid BB7 brakes
    -FSA pig HS


    Those are the parts that are on the bike as of now, when my new stuff comes in I will post up some new pics.
    FOR SALE:
    -TOTEM 2 STEP 8 1/2in steerer tube (1.5)
    650$
    -USB Molly Maguire-$1300

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    Wink

    your bike makes me hard

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    2006 specialized hardrock sport with 22"top tube
    marzocchi lowest model fork 100mm travel
    soon to have tank headset
    mobius stem specialized riser bar
    shimano deore hubs
    azonic fusion pedals

    i traded my gary fisher joshuaz for it after reading about the joshua frames breaking i love specialized bikes i had an old one of these and loved it
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    next upgrades:
    - Hayes HFX-9's
    - Cranks (Truvativ Ruktion or Hussefelts)
    - Chainguide (Truvativ Boxguide)
    - Wheels (Rhynolite XL's laced to Deore Disc)







    and my skid lid


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    The cash Cow. It needs to be ridden more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous Crew
    The cash Cow. It needs to be ridden more!
    what wheelset is that?
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    Kore speed rim. I picked them up from Cambria for about 250 for the set. The are phat, realy wide. I have ridden about four or five times now and the rims are still kinda round, I guess thats good? Rear axle is bent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerous Crew
    Kore speed rim. I picked them up from Cambria for about 250 for the set. The are phat, realy wide. I have ridden about four or five times now and the rims are still kinda round, I guess thats good? Rear axle is bent.
    Already?

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    with all the P. series bikes on this page, I thought I'd add mine. heres a much more recient pic. this is with my new front wheel. also different tires.

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    2007 Ibex Trophy SS
    2006 Jamis Komodo 3.0
    2006 Ibex Zone FR-1
    2004 Special-Ed P.2 A.1

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    :-)

    hm... here is my ... the one in *pink* .. sorry I know the picture isn't clear and big. . .
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    Nicolai? Nice bike!

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    À tout le monde. À tous mes amis. Je vous aime. Je dois partir.
    These are the last words I'll ever speak And they'll set me free

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    tha nicolai is f'n sick
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    I'll add mine.




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    Urban German - NS Suburban

    Spec:
    Frame: '06 NS Suburban in pearlesent white
    Fork: '07 24 Bicycles SanKuKai black rigids
    Bars: NS Lil-Sista in black (nice & wide)
    Stem: NS Moto Pro in pearl white
    Front Hub: NS Roller QR
    Rear Hub: NS Coaster SS
    Rims: Mavic EX721, hand built with Sapim SS spokes
    Tyres: Maxxis Holy Roller 60a 2.4"
    Brakes: (temporary) Hayes HFX9 rear, looking at Saint/XT combo Fr & Rr
    Crankset: '06 Shimano XT hollowtech II, BBB CNC machined 32t sprocket
    Pedals: '06 NS Legeater sealed catridge pedals
    Freewheel: ACS
    Chain: KMC Cool Chain
    Seat: WTB Laser-V Titanium (light as!)
    Seat Post: Avenir Racepost w micro-adjust (cut)
    Weight: ~11.5kg (~25lbs)

    Full thread with more pics etc: http://forums.mtbr.com/urban-dj-park/urban-german-ns-suburban-262235.html#post2648486







    Cheers,

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    One more for the list...






    Frame: Simple Bicycle Company - custom geo - 22.5" TT (23 effective), 15.5" chain stay, 13" BB, 9.75" BB to TT/ST intersection, 70 HT angle, Spanish BB, integrated headset, integrated seat clamp

    Frame Weight: 5 lbs 5 oz with the BB bearings and spacer installed
    Total Bike Weight: 28.4 lbs

    Forks: Manitou Gold Label Series 2
    Cranks: Odyssey Wombolts
    Hubs: Atomlab Aircorp SS
    Rims: Mavic 721s
    Tires: DMR Motos
    Bars: SIC Chase 3"
    Stem: SIC Classic
    Seat/Seat Post: MacNeil
    Pedals: Drive Pro Sealed
    Brakes: Hayes
    Chainwheel: FBM Wurlitzer
    Chain: Shadow Interlock 2
    Grips: Demolition Missile

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    My 2006 specialised p2



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cru Jones
    [Frame Weight: 5 lbs 5 oz with the BB bearings and spacer installed
    Total Bike Weight: 28.4 lbs

    came out light eh? im hoping my build will be close to 28,, maybe a cun7 hair under if im lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiddy_ryder
    came out light eh? im hoping my build will be close to 28,, maybe a cun7 hair under if im lucky
    Yeah, I was suprised how light mine ended up. I'm sure I could get it under 28 if I just cut the seat post and got a different chain. But, I'm not too worried about it... it's hella light as is. Got your frame yet?

  35. #535
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    It's an experiment...

    Here is my little project. Notice the split twin top tubes, inspired by Evil's Imperial, Nicolai, etc. It's Cro-mo, weighs in at 5lb 3 oz, but I think I'm going to weld a couple of gussets on, so that will raise the weight a little more. I've been doing a bit of trials and urban on it, since the trails are buried in snow right now. Whatever it takes to get through winter.
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    This election is like a turd in a bag on your porch... whether its a blue bag or a red bag, it's still a turd on your porch.

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    ^^ that is sweet.

    anyways, here's mine updated.




  37. #537
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    Quote Originally Posted by KennyO
    Here is my little project. Notice the split twin top tubes, inspired by Evil's Imperial, Nicolai, etc. It's Cro-mo, weighs in at 5lb 3 oz, but I think I'm going to weld a couple of gussets on, so that will raise the weight a little more. I've been doing a bit of trials and urban on it, since the trails are buried in snow right now. Whatever it takes to get through winter.
    Props on connecting your own stuff! excellent!

    but the split twin top-tubes have been around a lot longer than evil and nicolai have even been companies. look to some now vintage bmx...
    And, especially since you're runnin' 8'er on the back, I'd throw a little gusset between that dropout/disc mount plate & seatstay weld and connect to the chainstay... keep it from stressin' that long seatstay/downtube on the little weld. and dayum 5.3lb is LIGHT for that much metal! those tires are mondo gargantuan on there too! but if you're ridin' in snow, props to you my friend. keep us updated on the progression!
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    so what the hell I'll put something up here


    05 blackmarket mob 21.5 tt custom v-brake mounts
    05 pike with replaced lowers
    rear wheel eastern26 hub/atomlab gi dirt- tioga fs100 tire
    front wheel dimension hub/salsa rim - holly roller
    profile cranks
    anchor freeride 30t ring
    showen with blackmarket stem (has anchor freeride stem now)
    showen with demolition pedals (has animal hamaliton's now)

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    Wink 2007 specialized p.1

    here is my 2007 p.1 . i just got it today and i'm reallly excited! all stock as of now, but later, i might get new pedals


    Last edited by ontario_bike; 03-10-2007 at 11:38 AM.
    jea.

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    06 specialized hardrock

    marzocchi drop off forks

    truvativ hussefelt crank

    front wheel alex xt16 with sealed hope hub

    rear wheel alex specialized

    fsa maximus handlebar 31.8

    bulletproof sealed pedals

    front brake avid bb5
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    Working on opening my own bike shop, Freedom Cycles

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    damn theres a lot of P. series bikes on this page!
    jea.

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    Just got mine today after over a month of waiting! 07 Giant STP mostly stock accept the Race Face Diablous bars and stem. And my STP came stock w/ Holzfeller cranks and BB instead of the Hussefelt's it was listed with. One less upgrade to do!






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    i was actualy looking at the giant STP1 ....very nice bike but just liked the look of the p2 .......

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    I just like the simple, clean look of the new STP. It's a sick deal on the new ones. I got mine for $750.00.

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    Nice bike dude

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    Frame : DC COCK 05'
    Fork : Marzocchi Dirt Jam Comp
    Rims : 26" Sun Rims DOUBLE TRACK 36H
    Hubs : [front NS Roller] [rear Da Bomb HS-R12 12mm]
    Handlebar : NS Bad Mama 670mm
    Cracks/BB : none/Truvativ bashring
    Chain : KMC Kool Chain
    Pedals : NS
    Brakes : [support] Shimano non-series [rotor] 6" disc [lever] Hayes HML-1
    Tyres : Maxxis Hookworm 26 x 2.5
    Stem : FSA DH300, 6cm, 10 rise
    Headset: VP
    Seat : Velo
    Seat tube : Da Bomb Dalux
    Grips : Lizard Skins






    These photos are older because now my fork is different and i don't have front brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMEPTb
    Nice bike dude
    If it was directed at me...... Thanks!

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    old pic of the bmx bike, I'll try to get new pics soon.
    and the Yeti DJ I just finished building, more of a jumping/4x race bike than street.

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    My GF GED:
    SS
    Holy Rollers
    HFX 9 brakes
    Shimano DX pedals
    Race lite set back seatpost, not on pic
    Cut an inch off each end of bar
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    just finished building her up........too much snow to ride for now........

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