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    Retro Build: 2017 Pearl Pass Bike - Finished with Paint

    I've always posted vintage and maybe classic here, but never retro until now.

    I decided to build my bike for Pearl Pass this year, paying tribute to Don McClung and the retro style 29ers he's built over the last 15 years.

    Many thanks go out to Scoboni (Ross Shafer) for guidance along the way.

    The build will make extensive use of old WTB parts.

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    The finished frame ready for paint.

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    So much brass, so much filing.

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    Minted in 2017!

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    Art! Subscribed.
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    Absolutely unbelievable!

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    Freaking awesome!

    That's so beautiful it would be a shame to paint it. Any photos before you filed the brazing?

    One day, I'll have a crack at building my own frame but I doubt I'd come with anything as beautiful as that.

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    Holy sh*t DC!

    Still trying to get my jaw off the floor, and the drool cleaned up.

    That is beyond stunning.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Thanks all.

    Getting close to a no file fillet, but there are still too many pin holes in the awkward spots.

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    you will do it on a single speed?
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    Yup. Single speed with these modified hubs.

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    gorgeous. absolutely stunning.
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    Nice file work!

    Put a LD on it
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    Wow. What brakes?
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    Something classic from WTB.

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    Wow. What brakes?

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    Work of art.
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    HOw do the stiffening fork braces work? I am very interested in this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    Yup. Single speed with these modified hubs.

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    Could you explain the modification? I am very interested

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    They are wider. Under the decals you will notice that sections to shell have been added. The rear is also now bolt-on.

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    Could you explain the modification? I am very interested

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    In this case, not at all. They are basically floating. If done right and made much beefier, they can add stiffness. If done wrong they will get sheared off on either end.

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    HOw do the stiffening fork braces work? I am very interested in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    In this case, not at all. They are basically floating. If done right and made much beefier, they can add stiffness. If done wrong they will get sheared off on either end.
    Itīs the bike i wanted when i was a kid.. canīt think of a better compliment to a bicycle.
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    With a gas tank, you can make motorcycle noises too.

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    Itīs the bike i wanted when i was a kid.. canīt think of a better compliment to a bicycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    Getting close to a no file fillet, but there are still too many pin holes in the awkward spots.

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    Nowhere near the red hot mess that I thought it would be, that's really tidy for straight off the torch.

    I normally lose my s**t and just pile on weld and then sculpt it with a grinder. That's the lack of finesse that means that fillet brazing is not something I should tackle until I grows me up some.

    Fine work sir!

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    Kudos and wowzers that's pretty and unique. What was TD-01? As for the brakes are you putting on roller cam mounts? Lastly, what are you thinking of paint-wise, fade? single color? Great work and should we start placing orders? Cheers

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    Paint will be earth tones of cream and a brown.

    TD01 is here,

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    They are wider. Under the decals you will notice that sections to shell have been added. The rear is also now bolt-on.
    Has the hub itself become wider or just the shell to get the threaded section for the freewheel into a better position?

    Good work and I am looking forward to the finished project!

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    Flanges got spaced out. hubs are still 100/135 mm.

    Quote Originally Posted by caemis View Post
    Has the hub itself become wider or just the shell to get the threaded section for the freewheel into a better position?

    Good work and I am looking forward to the finished project!

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    That's pretty damn impressive! Hell of a job DC!

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    give up your day job!

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    Ha!

    I got this reply from Ross Shafer, "You sure you don’t want a life of poverty building bikes….you could do it!"


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    give up your day job!

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    Would you consider clear coating the frame and fork? Just seems a shame to cover up all that wonderful work.

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    It's being painted as I write this. For clear, too many pinholes and inconsistencies between left side and right sides on fillets. Just spending a lot of time polishing it out isn't the same as getting everything even and uniform. Maybe some day.

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    Would you consider clear coating the frame and fork? Just seems a shame to cover up all that wonderful work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    The finished frame ready for paint.

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    Sexy! Looking forward to the finished product!!

    Reminds me of Pereira's Roaring 29er but better with the WTB bits!

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    Be proud. This is fantastic DC!
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    There have been something like 5 or 6 Don McClung tribute bikes, including a couple by Tony. Very nice.

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    Sexy! Looking forward to the finished product!!

    Reminds me of Pereira's Roaring 29er but better with the WTB bits!

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    Got to start some where. Throw the kitchen sink in while you're at it.

    Nickel plating is done. paint is wrapping up.

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    Be proud. This is fantastic DC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleCentury View Post
    Got to start some where. Throw the kitchen sink in while you're at it.

    Nickel plating is done. paint is wrapping up.
    Who did the nickel. I couldn't find anyone (I trusted with a custom frame) to plate my Coconino cruiser with a kicker tube. Spectrum told me $800, then finally told me no. I can't wait to see your frame.
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    I hear you on this. I've asked around a lot, and finally settled on High Lustre Chrome in Hayward, CA. This is the outfit that Ed Litton uses for his road bike restorations. I have a couple of Breezers that need new nickel and may end up trusting them based on how these struts turn out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    Who did the nickel. I couldn't find anyone (I trusted with a custom frame) to plate my Coconino cruiser with a kicker tube. Spectrum told me $800, then finally told me no. I can't wait to see your frame.

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    cool.

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    Plating and Painting Sweeet!

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    Head badge like Steve Potts 35 years ago, nickel plating, brake bosses, and cable stops.

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    WTB brake on 16-1/4" chainstays with 29 inch wheels? No problem. The custom Stubby Lever Link brake.

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    Now with some nickel plating.

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    Ready to Rock and Roll

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    unbelievable work! Very nice man!!

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    Ridiculously nice! Well done!
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    That is too nice to ride, a masterpiece!

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    Wow, I dont know what to say. Enjoy your Pearl Pass Ride!

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    Holy bovine is that thing nice.

    What's the TT measure? Looks super short with the wheels in place.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Thanks all!

    The effective toptube is 23.5". Wheelbase is 41". Chainstays 16.25", and the angles are both 72.

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    Really? Wow, that's so weird.

    It looks almost cartoon like on my monitor, wondering if it's some sort of compression thing....

    Regardless, freakin' rad ride.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith View Post
    Really? Wow, that's so weird.

    It looks almost cartoon like on my monitor, wondering if it's some sort of compression thing....

    Regardless, freakin' rad ride.
    Whatīs the rake on the fork,DC? This thing just redefined Dream Bike. I like the super short wheelbase w/ the big wheels.
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    Super short wheelbase and chainstays.
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    It's the curved seattube. Effective angle is 72.

    Quote Originally Posted by MendonCycleSmith View Post
    Really? Wow, that's so weird.


    It looks almost cartoon like on my monitor, wondering if it's some sort of compression thing....

    Regardless, freakin' rad ride.

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    Just under 2 inches.

    Quote Originally Posted by colker1 View Post
    Whatīs the rake on the fork,DC? This thing just redefined Dream Bike. I like the super short wheelbase w/ the big wheels.

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    good job!

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    Truly marvelous, sleek and sexy with a purpose (Pearl Pass, I assume you'll be packing additional rear cogs for steep climb?). BTW, I think a pair of Maxxis Ardent tan-walls would look quite proper on there, did you look into that? I have them on my Ritchey P-29 and they look sweet and obviously functional too. Great work and looking forward to ride report Cheers

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    Beautiful.

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    When people have talent like this it's dumbfounding! Absolutely outstanding craftsmanship!
    The Truth will set you free.

    ....but it might offend you first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Claus View Post
    I assume you'll be packing additional rear cogs for steep climb?
    I was thinking the same thing!

    Me... I'd even struggle with the cogs switched front-to-rear -- ha!
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    Wow. I knew it was going to be something else, but the finished product is really SOMETHING ELSE.

    Work of art and the result of true passion and dedication. Credit to you and anyone else who had a hand in the final product, but mostly you Double C.

    Grumps

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    Looked up your ride pics:

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    Looks like an awesome ride on a beautiful steed.
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    Thanks J-Westy. I was overdue to include the ride report here.

    The bike was a clear demonstration of why 29 inch wheels were such a big deal in the early days for the terrain of Colorado. Even as a rigid single speed it was a very capable bike.

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    Looks like an awesome ride on a beautiful steed.
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    That last picture....is seriously making me consider a trip west.


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    WTB: Bomber Z2 1 1/8 steerer, in good to excellent shape OR bomber rebuild kit.

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    Ah, many thanks Colker for sharing that over there. I'm not a member but I know they appreciate custom frame building and riding.


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