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  1. #1976
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    @tim_w_sage - That's a sweet FBM man!

    I also sold my big bike (NS Traffic a few pages back) and got something smaller...

    Excuse the flat tire, happened just as I stopped to tighten the chain

    Frame: BSD Forever V1
    Forks: BSD Ghetto V1
    Bars: BSD Highlander
    Stem: BSD Race V1
    Headset: Odyssey
    Grips: Cult x Vans
    Barends: Cult
    Cranks: Fit Indent 19mm
    Pedals: Animal Hamilton PC
    Sprocket: BSD 3D 25t
    Chain: Shadow Interlock V2
    Bottom Bracket: BSD Mid 19mm
    Seat: BSD Slinger
    Post: Metal Pivotal
    Front Rim: Sputnic 36h
    Front Hub: Profile Mini Female
    Front Tire: United Swerve 2.25
    Front Guard: SuperStar
    Rear Rim: Sputnic 36H
    Rear Hub: Profile Mini Cassette 9t Female
    Rear Tire: United Direct 2.10
    Rear Guard: BSD Jersey
    Pegs: Federal
    Weight: Around 23.5lbs

    Feels so good to be rolling on 20s again
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    Subrosa Letum 24" BMX Cruiser - DJ/Street/Park
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    these bikes are sweet. does anyone do this with full supsension?

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    I do. I have a Dartmoor Shine, I'll post some pics up when I get some decent ones.

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    My fun fun fun stp pro frame!






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    My Transition Bank. I built it pretty much only with pump track riding in mind, but am finding myself riding for everything that doesn't involve big uphill grinds or major bumps. Got it put together about a month or so ago and it is really helping my flow on the pump track. I love the simplicity of SS and no rear suspension to deal with.

    Major components: 2011 Bank frame (used), Revolution wheelset (used), Argyle fork, E13 cranks, Answer stem and bars, Avid Code R brake. I am thinking of putting a front brake on it to give it a bit more stopping power.

    This has been a VERY fun bike so far. Sorry about the small pic - it's all I have right now.
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    Giant Yukon HT w/ skinny tires (for family rides)

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    snmhanson,
    +1 for adding a front brake.

    What gear are you running, 32-16? And what crank length?

    Have you thought about putting a Hammerschmidt on there? My HS equipped Bank is the best all-round bike I've ever had.
    26" faithful.

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    Yes, 32-16 gearing and 170mm cranks. Seems pretty good for most of what I am doing. although my Bank is mainly for pump track and maybe just a bit of dirt jumping, I did ride a bit of mellow singletrack with my daughter who is just starting out and it was surprisingly fun. Had some major brake fade though - at least that's what I think it was. My brake became virtually useless to the point I thought all of the oil had leaked out. When I got back home some of the functionality had returned, but I bled it anyway and now it is good. It was also missing the barb fitting that screws into the end of the brake hose at the handle end, so that could have had something to do with it (I must have not put it back in after shortening the line).

    So Mr. Psycho, do you run SS in the back with the Hammerschmidt up front, or geared in back? I considered the HS for my FS bike, but I like the lightness and simplicity of my Bank as it is so I doubt I would go for it on that bike - especially considering the cost. As it is right now, I haven't really had the need any other gear anyway. Would still be interesting to try it though and maybe as I start riding my Bank more I will want to add some gears. Either way, it is a very fun bike.
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    Giant Yukon HT w/ skinny tires (for family rides)

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    Quote Originally Posted by snmhanson View Post
    It was also missing the barb fitting that screws into the end of the brake hose at the handle end, so that could have had something to do with it (I must have not put it back in after shortening the line).
    Wow, it's surprising that it even worked for some time without the insert!


    Quote Originally Posted by snmhanson View Post
    So Mr. Psycho, do you run SS in the back with the Hammerschmidt up front, or geared in back?
    Single HBC cog, 20T 2-piece Al-Ti.
    Fitted to a rare fixed/disc trials hub (Atomz/UN Elitis).
    24T up front.

    The hub is nothing special in mechanical aspect, it's essentially an overgrown front hub that has Shimano HG splines machined right into its body. Widely spaced apart cartridge bearings with additional o-ring seals on axle adapters.

    This way, my HS does all the coasting, with chain always moving when the bike rolls. The ratchet sound is louder than any Hope Pro 2 that I've ever heard. Those 3 HS overdrive pawls are huge.
    26" faithful.

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    wow some really sweet looking bikes on here

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    I just finished restoring my old 1996 GT Pro Series. It sat for a really long time in a garage through High School and I rode it in College as a commuter bike. I started getting back into biking and thought it was a good idea to restore the old BMX. The bike was in pretty bad shape overall but nothing some new parts and a little TLC couldn't fix. I spent a good amount of time cleaning surface rust and polishing the frame, fork, and handlebars up. Installed a new Cane Creek 40 headset, Avid Speed Dial 7 lever, Avid Single Digit V-Brake, Lizardskins lock-on grips, FSA titanium spindle for the old Odyssey 41Thermal cranks, Profile Spider, MCS sprocket, Wellgo MG-1 pedals, Sun Ringle SuperStock 2.0 wheelset, and Maxxis Holy Roller tires, and I installed the stock seat off of my Kona MTB.

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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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    New pump bike

    After doing a little research and some careful shopping I was able to resurrect my old P bike. It turned out better than expected.



    Build:
    P1 long stripped to raw
    Rockshox Recon Gold TK 120mm 15qr
    Cane Creek headset
    Sunline V1 bar
    Truvativ stem
    XTR 175 cranks w/32T blackspire ring
    Shimano 15T cog
    XT centerlock hubs w/DT supercomps, black nips on Mavic 717's
    XT rear rotor
    Avid Elixer 5 brake
    Small block8 tires, 2.35 F and 2.1 R

    Now, just need to finish the pump track and rally it. It is fun as heck on the trails through. I have a matching front brake set up that I may install. I had it on, but the 15mm centerlock is a pain.

    Cheers,
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    Disclaimer: I'm a fan-boi for Jenson USA.

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    Hey guys, new here. Lovin the bikes and especially the BMX stuff. I come from a BMX background, and after a 4 year break from bikes I'm searching for a hardtail with a little travel up front to ride a few local mellower trails, jumps, and the skatepark. Hope to be posting a new bike here in a few weeks...

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    Setup for now.

    Frame: Octane One Void 3.0 (2011)
    Fork: Manitou Circus Expert 100mm (2012)
    Headset: Whethepeople (CaneCreek)
    Stem: Straitline Pinch Clamp 35mm
    Handlebar: Nuke Proof Warhead 760 (2011)
    Grips: Odi Longneck Lock-on
    Brakes: Hope M4 custom blue Team CRC intense (sometimes on front tho whit rockshox turnlock)
    Rear Disc: Hope floater blue 160mm
    Cranks: DMR Cult 170mm
    Front Sproket:Odyssey Vermont 28t
    Rear Sproket: Gusset single 12t
    Pedals: Straitline AMP
    Chain: Gusset Bling Slink Half-Link
    Seatpost: Octane one Pivotal
    Seat: DMR Void
    Spokes: DT swiss champions
    Nipples: DT swiss ProLock
    Front Hub: Hope Pro2 Evo 20mm
    Rear Hub: Hope Pro2 Evo Trials
    Rims: Spank Tweet 28 EVO Orange
    Tyres: KHE Mac2 Dirt
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    a lot of good looking bikes in here, cant wait to get mine built
    08 Ironhorse Yakuza
    04 Santa Cruz V10
    15 Gravity Bullseye Monster
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyontwo View Post
    After doing a little research and some careful shopping I was able to resurrect my old P bike. It turned out better than expected.
    My very first real mountain bike was that same 04(?) P.1 Long. Loved that bike for many years; used it for everything-park, DJ, XC until I advanced then bought XC and DJ specific bikes. Still miss that bike. Good geo, lots of sentiment.

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    My current setup. Older Chromoly DMR Trailstar LT (Long Travel). Pike U-Turn 454 95-140mm, Azonic "Hustler" Outlaw wheelset, SE Racing seat with bottle opener, WTB Graffiti UK 2.2" tires. Vert dropouts but was able to run a magic gear without a tensioner 32:17.

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    I bought a discounted Spank Spoon one2one frame at CRC and built myself this beater bike. Had a used XTR crankset in the parts bin, put it to use, but will replace with Truvativ AKA/MRP Bling Ring.



    26" faithful.

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    f-bom ethos in trans red

    This is team rider Sam Schlappi's personal ride.
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    Old guy doing urban old school style...

    Edit: Updated photo, I'm getting closer to the build I want.
    Surly Instigator
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    Abd flow 2.0 2011 frame
    Avanti Derelikt type 2 2008 components
    + Marz dj 3 2008 fork

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    Standard Byke Co. DJ with Industry Nine Prototype DJ Wheels

    Standard Byke Co. custom Steel DJ 23"
    Industry Nine Prototype DJ wheelset, SS rear, 20mm non-disc front
    Rock Shox Argyle RCT with custom polished lowers without disc tabs
    XO cranks
    MRP BlingRing
    Stolen Bike Co. Pedals
    Stolen Bike Co. Headset
    Oury Lock-on Grips
    XO Trail Brake
    TRUVATIV Holzfeller 50mm Bar
    Thomson 50mm X4 Stem
    Thomson 27.2 Seatpost
    Thomson Seatpost Clamp
    ODSY Aitken Saddle
    Intense MK2 Tires
    Chris King SS cog 12t
    SRAM PC-1 Chain

    23"
    24 lbs. 3 oz.
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    Wow, some work went into that!
    26" faithful.

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    Holy sexy time...

    That build is amazing.
    Disclaimer: I'm a fan-boi for Jenson USA.

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