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    2011 Kona Unit

    Thought I'd share some pics of my Unit.
    Have done a few mods with new wheels the last piece of the puzzle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nath8
    Thought I'd share some pics of my Unit.
    Have done a few mods with new wheels the last piece of the puzzle.
    Nice upgrades on your Unit. I am still tweaking a few items (bar, sprocket, chain) on mine as well. Will probably wait on the wheelsets until I figure out what is better than stock.
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    nice looking Kona you got there! looks light a fast!

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    That Kona is smashing! Nice work!

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    Hey nath8. That is a nice looking bike. How much does it weigh? And how is the ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mijome07
    Hey nath8. That is a nice looking bike. How much does it weigh? And how is the ride?
    Thanks for the responses. The bike weighs 10.7kg or about 23lb 8oz (i think the conversion is right!) It rides really well and handles better than I'd hoped. New wheels and tyres should get me down to 10kg or 22lb.

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    2009 Haro Mary SS

    Switched the handlebars and brakes for a Monkeylite XC Carbon bar and BB7's. I plan on getting the Stans Arch XTR Wheels and going tubeless very soon.
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    Jumped on that Nashbar deal $337 plus tax & shippping almost what I paid for Reverb seatpost! Re-geared it to 32/22 and took it out for a lunchtime ride, axle nut slipped a bit need to put a wrench in the kit.


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    For $337 you can't go wrong! Nice work. The Peace is a good ride.

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    Just finished up this Unit. First real ride on Monday!



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    Jamis Exile

    Just got this bike two weeks ago. 1st 29er+1st SS+$500 off craigslist = Lovin' it!! I'll never go back to gears, suspension, or small tires.
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    nath8,appleSSeed, these white Kona Units are so nice looking and so .... tempting; but one steely -mary ss- is enough for now!

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    What a wonderful machine ! What is it's weight?
    Simple, not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graytful
    Just got this bike two weeks ago. 1st 29er+1st SS+$500 off craigslist = Lovin' it!! I'll never go back to gears, suspension, or small tires.
    Ride on! I got Jamis Dragon ONE and, likewise, i'll never go back, this move has been pure bliss !
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    From today's ride.
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    I actually opted for the Eriksen sweetpost.
    Keep it simple, keep it single! :)

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    Thanks. I got the stand at target.
    Keep it simple, keep it single! :)

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    It was built in Canada!
    Keep it simple, keep it single! :)

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    Here's my Unit...



    No doz Flows..

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    NOS Salsa Mariachi. Love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin'W
    Here's my Unit...

    I miss the silver wheels/post/stem combo. Sharp lookin' bike! The green and black finish it off nice. Hmmmm ...
    I ..... need ..... DIRT!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by briscoelab
    NOS Salsa Mariachi. Love it!

    Nice. Is that a Surly 1x1 with 29" tires in the background (orange bike)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocampbe
    I really want to see those beauties. Bring on the bike pron.

    I posted an earlier version a while back... here she is with some new rubber and Ergon carbon bar ends. Close to going sub-17 pounds now, light pedals I think I'm there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2melow
    I posted an earlier version a while back... here she is with some new rubber and Ergon carbon bar ends. Close to going sub-17 pounds now, light pedals I think I'm there.
    It's that steel top cap that's putting you over the edge!
    Can you get your hands on a carbon fiber beer bottle cap??

    Seriously, that's a really sweet looking bike! I love the flat black look!

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    2melow: What frame/fork? dohhhh, hard to recognize it is a Niner without the decals--NICE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTO
    I miss the silver wheels/post/stem combo. Sharp lookin' bike! The green and black finish it off nice. Hmmmm ...


    Thanks! Didn't like all the black parts, so got busy with the H/D Easy Off, #400 paper, mothers polish & wax. Now rolling tubeless & old school.

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    My newest 29er. It's really addicting.
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    I can only claim the middle pony, lots of fun none the less.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pieman
    I can only claim the middle pony, lots of fun none the less.
    The blue is really a nice color. How do you like the El Mar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pieman
    I can only claim the middle pony, lots of fun none the less.

    nice! looks like fun!

    How do you like the dt swiss xr fork?
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    The steel rig

    Blacksheep Steel Rig. Love the ride quality of this rig.
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    The blue is really a nice color. How do you like the El Mar?
    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikecrazy55
    nice! looks like fun!

    How do you like the dt swiss xr fork?

    Thanks guys. I have only had around 6 good rides in the dirt, so far the handling feels excellent. Very natural to me however I don't have a whole lot of time on other MTB's to compare against. The fork is nice, has the signature carbon vibration munching with some definite fore-aft flex over gravel and rough stuff which seems to keep it smooth.

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    big apple's represent!!!!

    deadeye and jabber.

    jabbers got multi-personalities. gonna get a black odis and a v-drive. prolly a carnagie also.

    origin-8 scout due in a coupla weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fargon
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    What fork is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R+P+K
    What fork is that?
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    Doesn't look like mine...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bmw
    Origin 8 Black Ops
    Is it a cro-mo version?

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    Hello pieman, do you know info on that grey bike?
    Quote Originally Posted by pieman
    I can only claim the middle pony, lots of fun none the less.


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    That Dornbox looks tight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Hello pieman, do you know info on that grey bike?
    I think thats a Trek Sawyer. Though I'm most likely incorrect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Hello pieman, do you know info on that grey bike?
    ^ Jon is correct (don't doubt your knowledge ) , 19" Trek Sawyer it is. My buddy built it up with parts off of his Rig. XTR, King, White Ind and Phil Wood adorn this beaut.

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    its a beautiful bike.

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    Engin

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    I have to post 15 times before I can PM another fella. This is #15. Yay! (^_o)

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    19.5-lb. Soma Juice porn:

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    Not the clearest photo but....

    My $475 Voodoo Soukri frame w/ $36 Wiley fork off of Ebay. All other parts are from my shed. Super cheap, super sweet fun.
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    @melting feather! That's a realllly nice bike man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joystik View Post
    @melting feather! That's a realllly nice bike man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skilikeme View Post
    +1
    thanks, y'all.
    she rides like a dream.
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    Updated stem and seatpost (Sunline)

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    Here's mine. and lovin it!!

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    moose, idk what your doing to get your depth of field blur, but its reading kind of choppy, if thats photoshop that your doing it in and not a camera setting, i could send you a tutorial that would really liven it up. im reading stark lateral lines in the blur, is that my imagination

    sweet bike though, i got the standard cog, thought the flight was FS

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    Good to see you again. This machine and the colors you selected are absolutely gorgeous !!
    Simple, not easy.

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    Shots from a ride this morning. Had some fury friends stop by in the last pic. Sorry they are taken with my cell phone.

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    How are you liking the QBall I am interested in one as my next frame over my Inbred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJ View Post
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    So Sexy!
    Something with wheels and brakes.

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    AaronJ: now that's a nice looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by balance_fit View Post
    Good to see you again. This machine and the colors you selected are absolutely gorgeous !!
    Thanks!! something about these bikes that I keep coming back to..I broke my radius in my left arm doing some dirt jumps on it the second day of owning it. The front tire pinch flatted on the landing on the transition..otb and several full body dabs later the dust settled. To the hospital I went! It was my fault..I should have bumped the tire pressure up before doing the dirt jumps..snyhow, still love it, and can't wait to heal and ride it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se View Post
    several full body dabs later the dust settled.
    Sorry to hear about your injury, but damn, that description is funny!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus View Post
    Sorry to hear about your injury, but damn, that description is funny!
    Thanks!! That happened this past Thursday..going to the Ortho today to get my couch sentence..

    Some guy was talking about my pics having depth of field choppiness or issues..It's a tilt shift effect in the camera. It's only effective at certain distances, and I'm too lazy to photoshop anything. At the right distance..it's quite a cool effect. I like to give the eye something interesting/confusing every once in a while.

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    Blanquette's...?

    Nice looking Niner. By the way, that trailhead looks awfully familiar. Blanket's?


    Quote Originally Posted by PanFry View Post
    Here is the new Fast n' Lite. Light for me anyway.

    (XL) right @ 23lbs. w/pedals.

    I climb like a scared goat on this bike.

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    new pic of my Waltworks.
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    Finally something to post here!


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    Nice bike !
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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se View Post
    Thanks!! something about these bikes that I keep coming back to..I broke my radius in my left arm doing some dirt jumps on it the second day of owning it. The front tire pinch flatted on the landing on the transition..otb and several full body dabs later the dust settled. To the hospital I went! It was my fault..I should have bumped the tire pressure up before doing the dirt jumps..snyhow, still love it, and can't wait to heal and ride it again.
    Definitely, this type of bike, although not well understood by a segment of our sport, is the true deal. For me, it's confidence inspiring !

    Sorry to hear about your crash...heal promptly !
    Simple, not easy.

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    Nice looking Canfield, very clean.

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    2010 Monocog with a powder coat facelift and a set of Hope Pro2/Flow wheels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arashi View Post
    It's just a Monocog Flight but it's my 1st SS and I'm pretty happy about it!
    I've had 3 different Flights! Definitely one of my all time favorite bikes! Everything about your build just flows really well. I like it!

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    Same bike as post #12 with a couple updates.


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    Some really nice bikes posted on this page.

    Big Ardents make this bike look mean and all business.

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    Updated stem and seatpost (Sunline)

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    Tempted to ditch my Kenda's for Ardents or WeirWolfs.


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    Hong-Fu carbon rigid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nath8 View Post
    Hong-Fu carbon rigid.
    Nice! Am I the only one thinking Intense Hard Eddy here?!...

    http://forums.mtbr.com/intense/hard-...ke-737064.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Tempted to ditch my Kenda's for Ardents or WeirWolfs.
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    Ardent up front with WWLT out back, does surprisingly well on the uphills. Was in a ton of sand, rocks ,mud, and roots some was really loose rock. The WWLT held great on these horrible hills, the Ardent did awesome tracking through the sand at high speed also.
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    I see a derailleur!! ^

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    Build off bike

    This bike I made for a Build Off featured at the 2010 EHBE show in Germany

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    This is one of the first bikes I ever made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baxter82 View Post
    I see a derailleur!! ^
    Looks like a tensioner. Though I do see a derailleur on the second to the last pic.

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    Here's what I have so far. Waiting on the rest of my parts to come in. Hopefully I'll have it completed in 2 weeks.
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    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParisLove View Post
    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?
    I went the other way and it was a very big difference.

    How big a difference and what your conclusions are about it (good/bad) depends on which two exact forks you're talking about and what each feels like to you and what you think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParisLove View Post
    Anyone go from a carbon fork to steel? Was it a noticeable difference in ride?
    Yes.
    Yes.
    More opinions, (rather than hijack this thread).
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    1st gen Kona Kula 2-9

    meet Proud Mary. I've won (2) 24 hour races on this rig, against geared plushy bikes at that. eat your heart out gear junkies.
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    These bikes are like art. Very sexy!!!

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    Im pretty sure this is the 1st time I have posted of my Dillinger in this thread.




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    Here she is, at a wee 20.2 lbs
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    on the "support" vehicle!
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    on the "support" vehicle!
    x2. sick 'dub

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    Thanks fellas! It's a 56', I also built her!

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    Methinks you "rebuilt her"
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    Sub 20lb Origin 8 Scout

    I have had this bike for 3 years now and have finally broke 20lbs (19lbs 13oz) with some new tires. I absolutely love it, With fall and night riding here, she sits as a back up to my other ride.
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    Fun in the dark.

    Yep.....

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    Built this one yesterday...


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    Gunnar Ruffian



    If anyone was wondering, 2.4" Specialized purgatory fits in there nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robkhoo View Post
    Built this one yesterday...

    Nice Salsa

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    Not sure if posted this before. It rides great - the bike I always come back to.

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    Blurry Jabberwocky

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    El Mariachi, just built it up.


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    Here is my El Mariachi. Love this bike.
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    El Mariachi, just built it up.

    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink View Post


    Not sure if posted this before. It rides great - the bike I always come back to.
    Looks sweet! No decals or head-badge makes me curious of make & model, custom, or production. Do tell..

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    Some nice rigid 29er singlespeeds posted up here lately...of course I am definitely biased toward well mariachis. :-) I ride mine for 18mi today, 42mi last saturday and feel pretty ready for my 6 hr race in a month. Anyone else here racing theirs?
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    So I posted this in the wrong spot, obviously my 29er is not SS, something I neglected read before I posted the pics. Is there a way to delete a post, or have an admin move it???
    anyway

    its my first 29er! Redline D440. Nothing special about it yet. Only paid 200 for it so I feel like I can sink some money into it before feeling too bad! My 26er is going to have to find a new home perhaps, as she is not getting the needed amount of love anymore...but maybe Ill keep her around just for fun
    Everybody's bikes look great!
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    Nice AMOS its an inside joke one of our buddies calls them AMOS when he sees one so we tease him about being dyslexic.

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    Lynskey-made On-One I think.....

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    Er, yes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmw View Post
    Lynskey-made On-One I think.....
    It is indeed. Prefer a clean look. Got bored though so not of other side logo is off yet!

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    Salsa El Mar from Ontario. Rare bike around here. Awesome bike for these trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mo0se View Post
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    2011 20" Kona Unit build

    Niner carbon fork, Syntace Vector 685/31.8 lowrise carbon bar, 100X10 EA90 stem, Origin8 headset, King SS hubs, Flow rims, Ardent 2.25/Crossmark 2.1 tubeless, '08 XT 160/160 brakes, Eriksen 420/27.2 ti post, Fizik Gobi Wing Flex saddle, Stylo OCT 1.1 180mm 32t cranks, King 20t steel cog, KMC Z610HX 3/32 chain, XTR pedals, 22.6lbs.
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    Here's my 2 cents

    My Singular Gryphon build.
    It's a scream!
    See specs further in this thread
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    Here's my 2 cents

    Singular Gryphon
    Self laced Stans Arch hoops with WI eno hubs, Salsa skewer
    and black DT Swiss Competition spokes setup as tubeless
    WTB nano 2.1's
    Phil Wood Outboard BB
    Middleburn RS8 X 170mm
    HBC 33T ring and a WI 16t FW
    Thomson seatpost
    WTB Laser V saddle
    Time ATAC's
    BB7's
    Tektro RL520's
    King HS
    100mm WCS 4-Axis Stem
    Ragley Luxy
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    whats the best SS RIGID bike for the money? i was thinking redline monocog..?

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    Another El Mariachi

    Here is mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillshooter7 View Post
    whats the best SS RIGID bike for the money? i was thinking redline monocog..?
    If you read this thread and tally up the number of each bike posted, you will find that your question has only one answer, you are the only one who knows that answer.
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    I would love to post pictures, but I can't. And if this isn't relevant, it will be pulled by moderators. 29er 29er. (that was just for good measure)

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    At the main forums page and all the way at the bottom there is a Test forum where you can boost your post count so you can do pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inlikeflynt1956 View Post
    Singular Gryphon
    Self laced Stans Arch hoops with WI eno hubs, Salsa skewer
    and black DT Swiss Competition spokes setup as tubeless
    WTB nano 2.1's
    Phil Wood Outboard BB
    Middleburn RS8 X 170mm
    HBC 33T ring and a WI 16t FW
    Thomson seatpost
    WTB Laser V saddle
    Time ATAC's
    BB7's
    Tektro RL520's
    King HS
    100mm WCS 4-Axis Stem
    Ragley Luxy

    Nice. I just love the look of Singular bikes. I've got a Swift myself and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbbikerider View Post
    My newest 29er. It's really addicting.
    damn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryder1 View Post
    Niner carbon fork, Syntace Vector 685/31.8 lowrise carbon bar, 100X10 EA90 stem, Origin8 headset, King SS hubs, Flow rims, Ardent 2.25/Crossmark 2.1 tubeless, '08 XT 160/160 brakes, Eriksen 420/27.2 ti post, Fizik Gobi Wing Flex saddle, Stylo OCT 1.1 180mm 32t cranks, King 20t steel cog, KMC Z610HX 3/32 chain, XTR pedals, 22.6lbs.
    very nice! I just put together a Unit as well!

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    My ride. Unfortunately I bent the fork (and gained a few stitches in my mouth) on a crash on Sunday and I will probably have to put a Reba on it until I can get something similar to the original one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fb71 View Post
    My ride. Unfortunately I bent the fork (and gained a few stitches in my mouth) on a crash on Sunday and I will probably have to put a Reba on it until I can get something similar to the original one.
    First... be careful man! Been where you where you are but broke most of my face when a frame broke.

    Second... nice ride. Too few Black Bucks around. This is a really nice one!

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    Mongoose Deception 24 Lbs....
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    Recently took off the WB fork and put on the On One. Totally digging fully rigid!
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    Selma Ti

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    Salsa Selma Ti Large, Niner Nude Carbon Fork, Boone Ti drivetrain, CK hubs Supercomped to Arch 29's, WW LT 2.55 Fr / Captain 2.2 Rr
    '11 Martas on 160mm, custom worked M770 XT 175mm, M540 SPD, SRAM Nickel 8-Spd Chain, Devo Ti rail, USE Alien MTB carbon post
    Ergon GX2 on Titec Pluto Carbon 31.8 with 90mm 6-deg EA70 4-bolt, Salsa Seat Binder, Carbon/Hope Headset Stack, Cane Creek ZS44 HS

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    Outcast 29er, old roomate left it to me, rode it around town for awhile, really started liking it, upgraded brakes to XTR, seatpost, wider, hi rise bars, carbon stem. Now I just ride it around SF and take it to China Camp a few times a month when I dont have time to take my Enduro out. Love this bike thought
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    Salsa Selma Ti Large, Niner Nude Carbon Fork, Boone Ti drivetrain, CK hubs Supercomped to Arch 29's, WW LT 2.55 Fr / Captain 2.2 Rr
    '11 Martas on 160mm, custom worked M770 XT 175mm, M540 SPD, SRAM Nickel 8-Spd Chain, Devo Ti rail, USE Alien MTB carbon post
    Ergon GX2 on Titec Pluto Carbon 31.8 with 90mm 6-deg EA70 4-bolt, Salsa Seat Binder, Carbon/Hope Headset Stack, Cane Creek ZS44 HS
    what's the ratio? 30x22? looks like it could ride up vertical walls...!

    here's something i posted in the monstercross thread...but fits here better. handlebar experiment that rides so much better than it looks. i mean, it carves curves where i used to sketchily corner...not sure if need to fish out those gary bars now
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    Looks more like a 24x22 to me.
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Speculation!
    Boone Ti gearset is 32T x 23T.
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    After riding scandinavian trails during autumn.

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    Converted from FS 26" to rigid ss 29er and don't plan to go back.
    Fuji tahoe sl frame w/ kona p2 fork
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    Drivetrain ripped from my old FS with a performance "forte" ss kit
    Weighs 25lbs
    Hope to upgrade a bit over time and get it close to 20lbs


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    Down to 20.1 lbs with my Nano tires on it and been holding strong for the past year.

    Moto frame, WB carbon fork, CK hs, Ritchey WCS stem/Super logic carbon bars, KCNC post/clamp, SLR carbonio saddle, ESI Chuncky grips, CC barends, Elixir CR carbon brakes, KCNC rotors, WI hubs, Velocity VXC rims, Modded XTR M960 crank, HB 32t ring, WI trials fw, X9sl chain, CB 3 pedals w/ ti axles.

    Been a few changes on it over the year, back and forth with brakes and seatposts mostly.
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    Thanks! Not too much has changed on it over the past few months but I can say that it is a never ending story of new little tweaks here and there!

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    Which MOTO frame is this?

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    Outcast 29er. Can be run geared or SS as it has sliding rear dropouts. Pretty cheap which is how I ended up with it. Figured that $200 wasn't a bad price for a chance to build/ride a 29er of my own.

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    Nice! My Fuji was 1x9 then converted to ss. I like that moto frame. I'm looking to get a ss specific frame and make my Fuji suspended/geared

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    Well, its not the lightest alu frame out there mind you. I'm pretty sure mine (17") is between 4.6 and 4.8 lbs. It does have sliders and the option to run it geared if you so desier. The sliders are functional but could be better. Unfortunately there is no tensioner on them so it makes the initial set up and getting the wheel straight in the frame a bit of a pain. It also does not come with any sort of washer inside the sliders to prevent the bolts from digging into the aluminum frame. Without the washers the bolts can create indentations thus causing the bolts to slip back to where they may have been tighted down at previously. I spoke with Bikes Direct a couple of times about this and the frames do not come with washers so my suggestion is to simply take a bolt with you up to Home Depot when you get it (if that is what you do) and grab 6-8 washers. Definitely worth the small expense for piece of mind. I of course did not do this intially and have indentations in my drop outs.


    Here is an ebay link though you can go directly thru Bikes Direct (which is what I did) and save a few more bucks. But you can see all colors in this add. 29" MOUNTAIN BIKE ATB BICYCLE FRAME 29ER SINGLE SPEED | eBay

    Other than that, it has been a decent frame.

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    Great info. Thanks! I'll check it out. How is the wheelset?

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    I have had these hubs in a 26" as well as the current 29" rims (both Velocity VXC rims). Basically I have been on the hubs for almost 2 years now with no problems what so ever. I bent one of my 26" rims in a crash/fall over (got wedged between two rocks when I fell) Other than that, the rims are eye litted and I am running brass nipples so they can be tensioned pretty high. The down side to that is that they are a little heavier. If I were to do it all again knowing what I know now, I would probably run some Stan Crest rims. Not that there is anything wrong with the Velocity's mind you. I just know I want something lighter.

    My next wheel set will probably be a set of Hope Pro II's or I9's in red with black Saphin spokes, red nips and black rims. I plan on having the build over the winter.

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    My ride. Unfortunately I bent the fork (and gained a few stitches in my mouth) on a crash on Sunday and I will probably have to put a Reba on it until I can get something similar to the original one.
    I LOVE those seatstays. Among the best aesthetically along with On-One's segmented stays, IMO. So, uh, who made the fork??? You're lucky it didn't snap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SPD View Post
    Down to 20.1 lbs with my Nano tires on it and been holding strong for the past year.

    Moto frame, WB carbon fork, CK hs, Ritchey WCS stem/Super logic carbon bars, KCNC post/clamp, SLR carbonio saddle, ESI Chuncky grips, CC barends, Elixir CR carbon brakes, KCNC rotors, WI hubs, Velocity VXC rims, Modded XTR M960 crank, HB 32t ring, WI trials fw, X9sl chain, CB 3 pedals w/ ti axles.

    Been a few changes on it over the year, back and forth with brakes and seatposts mostly.
    Looks great - and fast!

    What length fork is that? It looks like a non-suspension corrected sort of length, but I presume frame is for longer forks? Does it make the head angle too steep?

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    This is my latest garage-used-parts-bin creation. Fisher Ferrous frame with Salsa fork powder coated locally. King H/S, Bonty Race front wheel, cheap WTB rear w/ Surly SS kit/AM Classic Cog, Exi rear, Wierwolf front, Bonty bars/stem, Easton post, Truvativ Stylo cranks and BB7s. Had to buy/pay for powdercoat, rear wheel on closeout, and cranks. Everything else was collecting dust in the garage. Fun bike considering how easy it was to piece together.
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    Thomson Setback seatpost ~400mm w/ Salsa Liplock
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    Weight - approx. 23lbs

    Rode the Chunkys yesterday and they really do take out some of the vibration, it was noticed after riding a set of Ergons for about 3 months then switching back. I could take a lot of downhills a lot faster with these and less binding on my gloves.
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    Man I love the new switchable dropout system on the Chupa but the front end is just too tall for me. Looks good though! Like'n the green rims!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink View Post
    Looks great - and fast!

    What length fork is that? It looks like a non-suspension corrected sort of length, but I presume frame is for longer forks? Does it make the head angle too steep?
    That would be correct. It is the same fork that I used on my GT Peace. It is a 445mm White Brothers. I'm no math wiz so I don't know what the effectice head angle is at this point. However, I used to ride a RS Psylo set at 80mm and when I started switching/building up the Peace which eventually crossed over to the Moto, I simply kept the front end low. Yes, it steers pretty quick but that is what I was used to. Honestly, I haven't had any of my friends ride it to tell me how much quicker it is than theirs, nor have I ridden theirs to get an idea myself. I guess I am just used to it and it feels normal to me. The good thing is that I don't have any sort of foot strikes on the tire or anything and to me it just handles great. I do believe that the frame is more so designed to run a 100-120mm fork but don't quote me on that.

    I can tell you that it will be a wake up call for me when/if I ever upgrade the frame fork. I will definitely have to get used to a different geo set up at that point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SPD View Post
    It is a 445mm White Brothers. I'm no math wiz so I don't know what the effectice head angle is at this point.
    You don't have to be with this online geo calc.

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    Niner carbon fork, Syntace Vector 685/31.8 lowrise carbon bar, 100X10 EA90 stem, Origin8 headset, King SS hubs, Flow rims, Ardent 2.25/Crossmark 2.1 tubeless, '08 XT 160/160 brakes, Eriksen 420/27.2 ti post, Fizik Gobi Wing Flex saddle, Stylo OCT 1.1 180mm 32t cranks, King 20t steel cog, KMC Z610HX 3/32 chain, XTR pedals, 22.6lbs.
    Build looks great! How do you like the Niner fork on your Kona? Did it change the ride/geometry drastically? I am debating dumping my P2 to save some weight.

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    My new SS Rigid 29.

    A bit of a bitsa bike. Charbon frame (a year old, and has been FAULTLESS) niner forks and various other bits and peices found from around the garage..

    Rides good, although I wish Niner would make a non-suspension-corrected fork so they front end could get a little lower for us shorties.

    Otherwise, a good fun, light-enough bike which is comfy to ride surprisingly. The ISP makes it very comfy. White Gobi and grips to come
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    Here's my rigid. 6 month old Potts with a Type II
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    AKamp,
    Nice Potts. Do you have any more pics?

    I'm waiting on my SS with a type II.

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    Nice Potts. Do you have any more pics?

    I'm waiting on my SS with a type II.
    Yes AKamp, more pics please!

    Tanin, when did you order yours? I'm waiting on a 29er with TypeII as well! I'm approximately 5 months in.

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    ..here is my france Sobre DAD 29 . I started with 2x9 drivetrain and a 100mm fork with 15QR..Wanted to try rigid and gave her a Salsa Cromoto Grande (469mm)..Liked it and then I told myself , why not trying SS?..

    frame is small (17" seat tube and 23" TT ) steel, Reynolds 520 main triangle
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    Gearing is 32/22 with sram 8v chain.
    my height is a tiny bit more than 5,7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingleman View Post
    ..here is my france Sobre DAD 29 . I started with 2x9 drivetrain and a 100mm fork with 15QR..Wanted to try rigid and gave her a Salsa Cromoto Grande (469mm)..Liked it and then I told myself , why not trying SS?..

    frame is small (17" seat tube and 23" TT ) steel, Reynolds 520 main triangle
    Ardent EXO 2,4 front and Saguaro 2,2 rear, both with NoTubes kit.
    Gearing is 32/22 with sram 8v chain.
    my height is a tiny bit more than 5,7
    Looks like a nice frame.

    I was gonna mention that it would be safe to remove your chain stay wrap since you went ss... but it looks like you wrapped both stays. Just curious why?

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    Salsa Selma '12 with Whisky fork. Waiting on spiderless ring from Homebrewed (ordered 5 weeks ago..could be a while longer) and CK hubs back from service. By next weekend everything but the chainring will be on.

    sorry for the premature post, but I couldn't keep this beauty relegate to my basement any longer.


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    First real post. I really didn't get on here until after I bought my first bike in 20+ years (Schwinn Tempo w/Shimano 105 comp).

    I got a 2011 Cannondale Trail SL 3R in white, preferred it over the 2012 version. It's also my first 29er/mtn bike, been riding a borrowed Iron Horse for a few months.

    I like it, I guess I could have found something less expensive, but so far I like it. Also, getting used to the Crank Bros pedals was a comedy of errors.





    Changed out the stock grips for green Oury ones for the added comfort.

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    An update on the status of my beloved Jamis Dragon ONE, posing at one of my favorite trails, southwest Puerto Rico, by Tamarindo Trail.
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    Salsa Selma Ti

    Not yet complete, but rides like butter. Running 34x22 now . Waiting (patiently) for my Homebrewed Components 32 CR and 21 cog.

    Riding technical New England singletrack, I haven't had one encounter that the combo of ti frame/ carbon fork / 2.4 front tire, couldn't tear through.

    I expect to be at 20lbs when HBC stuff comes in - but already it's light enough.
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    what about fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by capcityrdrz View Post
    First real post. I really didn't get on here until after I bought my first bike in 20+ years (Schwinn Tempo w/Shimano 105 comp).

    I got a 2011 Cannondale Trail SL 3R in white, preferred it over the 2012 version. It's also my first 29er/mtn bike, been riding a borrowed Iron Horse for a few months.

    I like it, I guess I could have found something less expensive, but so far I like it. Also, getting used to the Crank Bros pedals was a comedy of errors.





    Changed out the stock grips for green Oury ones for the added comfort.
    did you have a choice before deciding on the 2011? i do like the white better in looks, but i'll be picking up my 2012 model saturday by the way, is that a medium frame? love the oury greens...will make the black model look a bit sharper for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by adinpapa View Post
    Not yet complete, but rides like butter. Running 34x22 now . Waiting (patiently) for my Homebrewed Components 32 CR and 21 cog.

    Riding technical New England singletrack, I haven't had one encounter that the combo of ti frame/ carbon fork / 2.4 front tire, couldn't tear through.

    I expect to be at 20lbs when HBC stuff comes in - but already it's light enough.
    i like those cork ergo grips...ride on !
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot View Post
    here's beatrix
    Why, of course! She's pretty. Glad that you got her back after the bus debacle last year. Is she the chosen steed for the TDR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot View Post
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    Hmmm. I never thought about it before, but do you not use clips on a fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Hmmm. I never thought about it before, but do you not use clips on a fixed?
    my left knee doesnt like be clipped in fixed or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 Speed View Post
    Why, of course! She's pretty. Glad that you got her back after the bus debacle last year. Is she the chosen steed for the TDR?

    she is
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerThenSnot View Post
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    What happened to the Ground Up fork?
    Where's BAKERSFIELD?

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