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    Picture Friday. Winter projects

    Somehow when we weren't paying attention, summer came to an end. I am knee deep and behind here at work planning for peak season. Good a time as any to askK

    What is your winter project. After finishing the dirt drop project, my focus has been on the Champion. I also have been a little more active in finding the right parts for the prewar C Schwinn build.

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    A quick photo of the dog looking over some Union hubs that are getting broken down before a little oxalic acid dip. I think she was thinking "ok, hurry up, take the photo, clean up your mess so we can back get in the house where it is warm"
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    This'll get a full rebuild when it arrives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    This'll get a full rebuild when it arrives.

    Very nice -e- tell us more.

    BTW, did I miss the final write up and pics of the Curtlo and your vintage "Pros" race bike?

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    My winter project isn't VRC-related. My Igleheart 953 650B SS is going back to Chris this weekend (he's swinging by my place to pick it up; very nice) to have some rear triangle refinements. Once I get it back, I have no idea what direction I'll take....

    P.S. That is one cute dog!

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    I have a few sets of wheels to build.

    M950 XTR/WTB New Paradigm and 217 Sunsets for the Phoenix (FR-RR)
    Hugi Disc and Sunset for the TST-DBR/Hei (RR)
    Deore DX and Sunsets for the 94 EWR (FR-RR)
    M900 XTR 28 holers and Sun 0 Deg Reds for the Yosemite (FR-RR)
    130mm Deore DX and X717 in black for the Rocky Mountain (RR)
    M900 XTR and Mavic 217 Silvers for the Brodie. (FR-RR)

    Painted two frames, three forks and a stem this year and only built 4 wheels, so my goal for the winter is to NOT paint another frame and build these wheels! I only have, what...10 wheels to build? No problem! I also have a set of 517 Citron rims that I'd like to find a project for. Those rims are so ugly they are cool!

    I have 3 bikes that I picked up to sell, and I should get on that too. Sometimes life gets in the way and it all just backs up on you. I guess in a way its a good problem to have.

    I have 3 VWs I need to sell also. I should clone myself.

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    My 98 Trek 7000ZX is getting taken apart for paint. Been perusing this forum and the net for ideas on a paint scheme. I'll be sure to post the finished product.
    Also keeping an eye out for an old cruiser to make a clunker style bike to putt around the neighborhood on. not liking swapping pedals every time the kids want to go for a bike ride around town.
    It's already received a Dart 3 fork, and a 2x9 SRAM drivetrain since this pic was taken... Oh.. .and a comfier seat and some Shimano clipless pedals.
    Also pulled all the scratched and peeling stickers off already...
    Was going to tear it apart this week, but glad I didn't. Going riding tonight and likely tomorrow also.

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    I'll be working on two that I'm hoping to have ready for Keyesville. The early Yeti Fro is close just need to track down a few parts, and an early Mantis Pro Flo that is still lacking some parts, and needs the mag 21 rebuilt. No pictures available of the Mantis so I subed a dog photo.

    On a side note. Looks like dates for Keyesville are set, and they find us "entertaining".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemmer
    What is your winter project.

    Here's my winter project


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    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting
    Here's my winter project
    You jerk off. Your winter project looks all done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by muddybuddy
    On a side note. Looks like dates for Keyesville are set, and they find us "entertaining".

    We are entertaining!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    You jerk off. Your winter project looks all done!

    Those are the best kind of "projects".

    The done ones

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    Mine is here: http://www.dionridesbikes.com/2010/1...s-and-new.html

    Waiting for stuff from Tree Fort Bikes. It's not going to be a vintage restore at all, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnw
    Very nice -e- tell us more.

    BTW, did I miss the final write up and pics of the Curtlo and your vintage "Pros" race bike?

    Mmm...not much to tell. Had the Curtlo and Yeti ARC Wanted in my sig....and they both fell into place pretty quick with the help of some friends.

    The ARC will get the full ano purple build. De-dorkifying it.

    The Curtlo I never did an official post for, but it turned out to be a fantastic bike. Perfect single speed. Reminds me a lot of my Phoenix...and thats a good thing.

    As for the Iron Horse...It took over a month to get a replacement crown to swap out with the cracked one. Bike still has its issues to sort...but its getting close to being done.




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    This one needs a ton of work.
    Hopefully it will be back to its original glory this spring.




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    Already setup for winter riding though.
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    I've posted this before - 1993 Kona Hot #TET 609 C.


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    Not quite as exotic as other above, but here is my 'winter' project. And by 'winter' I mean low 70s and clear throughout the day. Time to ride!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linoleum
    Not quite as exotic as other above, but here is my 'winter' project. And by 'winter' I mean low 70s and clear throughout the day. Time to ride!

    I'd say that Trek above was pretty sub-par.
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    Winter -Spring + The Impossible Dream

    88 SuperComp....Kooka, White BB,....
    The impossible dream,,,,Winter project to rid myself of the huge gut lingering around my midsection.....ride,ride+ride some mo..
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    I know that some of you don't like the "anodized" thing but I have always wanted to build something over the top.
    I am not sure what frame all this will be going on as I still need to find some red hubs, anyone?, but I hope to have a bike built by spring.
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    You should put all that ano bling on something yellow or orange and go for broke! (which is, I assume, the winter goal for that Manitou upthread?)


    My winter plan is to thin the herd and the parts bin a bit. Aside from that I still need to coax a few bits together on the Chris Chance, hopefully before snow. And I am thinking of swapping the parts off the Monster onto my '91 Yo. The Monster's paint is so pretty I am reluctant to thrash on it......but oh how I want to!

    That Curtlo is slick.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
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    Mine needs a bit more work...



    In addition to the above I have a Klein and something from the bay area

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    This is my spring, summer, winter, fall project. I'm slow.

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    87 Fat Chance dirt drop, most of the parts are there, but I need a few things to make it 'right'. The original stem has a bit too much reach, so I need something a bit different to get the correct fit. I scored the WTB/Specialized bars off local Craigslist, I like the shape much better than the Origin 8 'Gary Bars' I originally bought for the build. I'm pretty happy about the seat as well. The biggest issue is the BB, I need bearings and a straight spindle-I know the stuff is out there, just haven't taken the time to look. Frame, fork, and some other parts have fresh powdercoat, so the hard part is done.

    The true 'project' is the '90ish Klein Pinnacle sitting in front of it. I don't know where to begin, really. I have an unpainted MC1 bar/stem, so that part is at least taken care of. What would be an appropriate rigid fork, or can I use an early Manitou? The paint is faded, sort of a teal color with remnants of former neon green glory-I'm torn between leaving the faded original paint or building some sort of blacked-out anti-Klein with M900 stuff, or maybe even more modern parts. Who knows! I'll need to deal with the BB on this one as well, unfortunately.

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    I brought home a lifetimes worth last weekend


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    Winter..... Winter.... I have vague memories of winter....

    Regardless, I hope to finally get this completed within the next couple of months.





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    Stucked seatpost, but I have all winter time to get it out...

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    Shamus, you should send that to me, I'm an expert at stuck seatpost removal-the Klein in the pic had a steel XT post jammed deep. I promise, I'll send it right back....

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    96 Psyclone in Team Scream just about done ...missing a cable hanger, pedals and a little labor. There's a half dozen other mtn frames and two road frames awaiting the long winter.
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    Just trying to decide on a colour...
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    My project is to ski these as much as possible.

    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    I love those!

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff
    Great tribute to my native state that I really begin to miss about this time of year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpfy
    I'd say that Trek above was pretty sub-par.
    Mine? What... Is it too new? Not exotic enough? Not rare enough?
    Hope you're being sarcastic... Just took it down to the frame today, and sanded it down to 220 grit. Going to be 60deg. tomorrow, so I'm hoping to get it painted before there are no more warm enough days to paint it outside. (Too much crap in garage to risk overspray.)
    <iframe title ="Preview" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" frameborder="0" style="width:320px;height:240px;padding:0;backgrou nd-color:#fcfcfc;" src="http://cid-1d9d7a0114ab7041.photos.live.com/embedphoto.aspx/mountainbiking/p^_00090.jpg"></iframe>

    But if this bike isn't good enough for this crowd, I won't continue to show it.

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    Missed again

    Here's the Fisher Competition I bought some time ago that was in dire need of a repaint. Got most of the paint off after getting it but it has sat in the shop waiting for some attention. Time has come to start the restore so it's going to a local painter after I get my hands on some re-pop stickers or the real thing. Anyone have a lead on Fisher sticker-sets?

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    Forgot My Dog

    She is a bit vintage as well.
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    She is a bit vintage as well.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy
    Great tribute to my native state that I really begin to miss about this time of year!
    Thanks,
    Being stiff they ski really well on the hard pack for an early rise fatty.Tons of side cut but lots of turn shapes. Well see how they deal with soft as soon as we start getting some real snow. The Co. flag is a nice touch as it's my adopted state but my native state is on the tails.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy
    Winter..... Winter.... I have vague memories of winter....

    Regardless, I hope to finally get this completed within the next couple of months.




    I really like the look of that

    erics yeti arc too

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    Shop Project

    My boss at the shop where I work has this one. (I suppose I could make it mine, if I wanted, but I've got too much going on already) It is a 30's era German bike, (supposedly), and was brought over by some german immigrants after the war.

    You can decide if that's an outboard bottom bracket there. we're thinking it may be. Guess we'll find out soon enough!

    The interesting thing here is that it has 700c tires/rims, so putting replacement tires on it will be a snap. Rod/friction front brake, caoster rear, single speed, rack. Very tempting to me. Could make a solid commuter.

    Just thought it was unusual, and it is definitely vintage.
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    Here is my winter "stuck post" project.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Shogun700
    Shamus, you should send that to me, I'm an expert at stuck seatpost removal-the Klein in the pic had a steel XT post jammed deep. I promise, I'll send it right back....
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    I bought a bunch of 730 vintage XT parts last year for a good deal locally from craigslist and the guy delivered them mounted on this frame and fork and said keep the frame for free. As you can see the guy that had it prior to him had tried to heat the top of the seat-tube(not a plan for aluminum in a steel frame), and attempts to get the post out using ammonia by me have also been fruitless. I have now started down the cautious path of cutting the post out, although its got a lot of post in it and the length is going to require that I fabricate some kind of long hacksaw blade holder to ensure rigidity. I believe that someone must have tried to force a 27.2 post into the 27.0 seatpost hole perhaps.

    Supposedly there aren't a huge number of these frames, so I guess its worth the hassle to try and save.

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    ibis ss

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    That ibis has a cool spatter paint job with the matching salsa stem! Any pics of the entire frame & fork? That will make a nice SS thats for sure!

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    N10, that's seriously stuck, but keep working at it, it will go-the frame was free anyway.....

    If the post is driven deep, it might not be the wrong size, just lots of surface area for corrosion to grip. Do you have access to dry ice, or any other way to get the frame really cold (CO2)? If you can shrink the metal a bit, you might be able to drive the post in a small amount to break the bond between the two metals and give a pathway for the ammonia to really work. I have a large vise with jaws for clamping pipe, I'll put the exposed portion in the vise and use the frame itself for leverage, twisting back and forth.

    It's a cool frame, good luck!

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    Now that's funny.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeff
    Thanks,
    Being stiff they ski really well on the hard pack for an early rise fatty.Tons of side cut but lots of turn shapes. Well see how they deal with soft as soon as we start getting some real snow. The Co. flag is a nice touch as it's my adopted state but my native state is on the tails.
    I didn't even notice the tails. Looks like you and I cancelled each other out and just traded places. If you ever want to trade back just let me know. While this is a beautiful state, CO is home and I definitely get homesick too often.

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    More pics of that Ibis please. Hot damn.
    Somec is like the digital Zunow
    And this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD5h3y0a9AU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy
    I didn't even notice the tails. Looks like you and I cancelled each other out and just traded places. If you ever want to trade back just let me know. While this is a beautiful state, CO is home and I definitely get homesick too often.
    I do miss the Sierra's very much but I doubt I'll ever go back. Ft. Collins stole my heart..
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    i always had a hard time finding the right fork for the right project... so i decided i would buy pretty much any oldish fork for $20 or less... turns out they breed when you look away... a few forks for a few winter projects (most of the rigids are down at the LBS for people to glare at)
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    If none of them work properly you have a few winters projects.
    Too many bikes, and just enough time to ride them.

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    some nice forks..!

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