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    Post pics of your FULLY RIGID SS 29er

    I really want to see those beauties. Bring on the bike pron.

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    Cold


    Dirty and wet

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    always eager to show her off...



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    'nother Singular. This time a Gryphon.
    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4545948340/" title="Posed and pretty by unclefuzzy_ss, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm5.static.flickr.com/4015/4545948340_906a6114e8_b.jpg" width="1024" height="685" alt="Posed and pretty" /></a>
    Just a regular guy.

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    Nice rides. I'll have to post mine when I get home...

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    Blackbuck

    I've been enjoying this one...



    My son likes this one...


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    My bike has feelings.

    Cold:

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4545661967/" title="flathorn02 by anrothardonn, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm5.static.flickr.com/4043/4545661967_47d36fa726.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="flathorn02" /></a>


    Dirty and wet:

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    Jealous:

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    Clean:

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3918158732/" title="monkey by anrothardonn, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm3.static.flickr.com/2421/3918158732_ea41d5f18f.jpg" width="500" height="336" alt="monkey" /></a>

    Hurt:

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    Fixed:

    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3529585685/" title="uaaf by anrothardonn, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3368/3529585685_9dac099a5e.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="uaaf" /></a>

    In awe:

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    yes, I love this thread.....already!

    my current rigid ss

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    past iteration of my current ride

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    past rigid

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    Does this count? Sorry, no scenic shots.


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    future nature

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    Another Singular: Gryphon

    Herer's my recently built rigid, drop bar, SS, 29er. Unfortunately no dirt pics yet, cuz it hasn't stopped raining/snowing in Utah enough for the trails to dry out yet!

    Bars are now wrapped, different stem, and the spacers are now a solid piece of aluminum instead of a stack of individual spacers!
    Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by evoracer
    Does this count? Sorry, no scenic shots.

    Sure it counts.

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    The Superfly with the KM rigid fork and the amazing KM
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    Quote Originally Posted by esku
    The Superfly with the KM rigid fork .....
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    Haha! That's awesome. The lightest frame with the heaviest fork.

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    Budget bike


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    Quote Originally Posted by 120
    Budget bike

    What hubs? Nice setup. Curious since I have the same bike.

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    Same place, same time next year it'll be an Air9 Carbon.


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    This may not count, but I've ridden almost everything Houston has to offer on it.



    // I've since yanked the rim stickers, added fenders & swapped out the saddle for a Brooks.

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    you're riding a san jose in houston?
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    Gratuitous One9 porn...


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    My Soma Juice. I built it out of spare parts from my Bianchi Sok 29er that I use as my nice/race bike.

    I have tons of fun on this bike, and love the simplicity...


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    Siren John Henry post race at Sea Otter 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]




    I love this bike. Actually - I love Retrotec's lines in general - but yours, sir, is very well executed!
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    Singular Swift in Action

    Bottlestand 2000 to the rescue!




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    CX - the original rigid 29'er



    Sorry for the gears, but...



    And then...


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    09 Big Unit

    18" frame. Stock with exception of Ergon GE1 grips, BB7 brakes / Jagwire ripcords, Surly 34t chainring / 20t cog, KMC D202 chain, King headset / bb, Niner carbon fork and RR tires 2.4 front / 2.25 rear. 23 lbs.
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    I'm liking that bottle stand CB! Very cool idea - I may have to try and copy it.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBY
    18" frame. Stock with exception of Ergon GE1 grips, BB7 brakes / Jagwire ripcords, Surly 34t chainring / 20t cog, KMC D202 chain, King headset / bb, Niner carbon fork and RR tires 2.4 front / 2.25 rear. 23 lbs.

    OK...stock except the wheels. I got it.

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    She's cheap but gets the job done...
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    Old bike...

    new pic.
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    Ride.

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    Soul Cycles Dillinger 29er SS And Truly the ride is magical:D

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    Rolling the Fattys:thumbsup:

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    Not rigid anymore... but it used to look like this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTT
    This may not count, but I've ridden almost everything Houston has to offer on it.



    // I've since yanked the rim stickers, added fenders & swapped out the saddle for a Brooks.
    time for a trip to The Woodlands, dare I say Conroe?
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    New to me!

    Already "race hardened"
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    I'll add a pic of my green machine.
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    another Soul...

    16" Soul Cycles Dillinger in Scotch Brite
    Velocity P35 rims laced to custom anodized Shimano XT hubs
    Maxxis Ignitors
    Hygia SLP brakes
    Deore crank
    Homebrewer chainring and cog
    Salsa cockpit and seatpost (soon to be replaced)
    Titec Ithys Gove saddle
    Time Atac Alium pedals

    FUN!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    I'm liking that bottle stand CB! Very cool idea - I may have to try and copy it.
    I'm thinking it needs a grass skirt, and maybe a Minnie Pearl hat.

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    Niner One 9 L



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    Rita

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    slocaus- all great pics, but that last one just pops! Nice work!

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    Recently upgraded stem and post to Thomson elite as well avid clean sweep xx rotors.
    New wheels in the works, syncros ds28 (white) laced to hope hubs (red).

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    A little bit of pee just trickled out of my pipi when I saw that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by byknuts
    you're riding a san jose in houston?
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.

    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    time for a trip to The Woodlands, dare I say Conroe?
    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekrow4jc


    Recently upgraded stem and post to Thomson elite as well avid clean sweep xx rotors.
    New wheels in the works, syncros ds28 (white) laced to hope hubs (red).
    This is a thread for fully rigid ss 29ers. Don't ruin it by posting a bike with a derailleur. I cannot stand looking at it (the derailleur).

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTT
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.



    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.
    Ahhh, which is why it made me happy when the Navy stationed me in Washington State. I hated the trails within an hour of NW Houston. I've got epic riding within 10min!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKTrain
    Ahhh, which is why it made me happy when the Navy stationed me in Washington State. I hated the trails within an hour of NW Houston. I've got epic riding within 10min!
    Did you hate Double Lake???

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    Springtime in San Antonio.

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    First MTB and it has been a blast! SS and rigid is the way to go! lol
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    Emory Kalahari Kruiser

    I am missing you.
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    First singlespeed, first rigid, first 29er, first tubeless... sold a nice Cannondale hardtail and a really nice carbon roadbike to build up my dream bike... or at least my realistic dream bike.


    Fullsize

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    2009 Raleigh XXIX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lets_Ride
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    Ok, I have to ask which Bontrager tire is that? I know others can see it and know from one tread block; I was born without that gene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Ok, I have to ask which Bontrager tire is that? I know others can see it and know from one tread block; I was born without that gene.
    Bontrager 29.3 team issue. Came standard on my Rumblefish 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUTT
    Hellz yeah. If Bianchi made a "Houston" model it would be fat, slow & made of pot metal.



    Is there much riding in T-dubs? I've ridden the cross bike at Memorial, Cypresswood & the Anthills (Terry Hershey). It nearly as fun as my Rockhopper 29er, but it'll get there quicker & get the job done.

    Where this bike actually shines is on trails like the Buffalo Bayou Trail. I'm faster on the cross bike than on the 29er through there most days.

    Alas, I live in Katy now & am hunting for trails. SFA SP is okay, but not spectacular.
    yea there is only two trails that I know of here in the woodlands , Conroe on the other hand might have a few I would not want to hang around.

    maybe you should show me around the Houston trails this summer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lets_Ride
    Bontrager 29.3 team issue. Came standard on my Rumblefish 2
    They look much higher volume than a 2.25, and it looks like you have two fronts mounted there?
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    no garage door porn shots but here is my 17.2lb One9


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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    They look much higher volume than a 2.25, and it looks like you have two fronts mounted there?
    Yep. They are big for 2.25 and yes they are actually two fronts but that how they came specced on the RF2. I am not a fan of Bonty tires but these are awesome on the front and not too bad on the back. The big volume is also nice on the fully rigid

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkrobe
    Nice rides. I'll have to post mine when I get home...

    If anyone is wondering, a Stout on a P-35 will fit in the frame, and so will an Ardent [snugly].

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7daysaweek
    Not rigid anymore... but it used to look like this.

    I knew my bike wasn't the only dirty one in this thread!

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    Specs please! I love that bike and weight!

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    Wow! I like it blue, is very beautifull...Only 17,2 lb? Fantastic!! Specs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sun Tzu
    Wow! I like it blue, is very beautifull...Only 17,2 lb? Fantastic!! Specs?
    nothing too crazy Stans 355s W hope hubs, All Ti hardware on everything, Thompson Masterpeice, Fizik Airone, king Al cog, Cut down XTR cranks, maxxis aspen tires run tubeless.

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    but here is my 17.2lb One9
    Wow, dont have a weight on mine, but my specs are similar... King/Arch vs Hope/355


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    Quote Originally Posted by the locust
    nothing too crazy Stans 355s W hope hubs, All Ti hardware on everything, Thompson Masterpeice, Fizik Airone, king Al cog, Cut down XTR cranks, maxxis aspen tires run tubeless.
    I'd love to hear what crazy is!

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    @singlespeedstu- I know your Jones probably gets most of the attention, but I'm really loving your Gryphon!
    BTW, sorry for mistaking you for a Welshman in an earlier thread. Probably like calling a Cuban a Puerto Rican, or something!

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    @singlespeedstu- I know your Jones probably gets most of the attention, but I'm really loving your Gryphon!
    Me too. Just waiting for my new Salsa Woodchipper bar to arrive for it at the moment.
    Then I'm going to have a few weeks of dropbar fun and give the Jones a rest.

    @ the Welshman mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    maybe you should show me around the Houston trails this summer
    Alright, but I'm doing it with gears & a suspension fork.

    I rode Stephen F Austin State Park last night (in San Felipe, west of Katy). I've been there a few times in the last month & it is pretty fast. Not technical at all; big time cardio workout!

    A group of us from work are going to try to make an outing once a month & hit up Memorial, The Anthills, Cypresswood, Double Lake, Huntsville & Warda this summer. If you are seriously interested, PM me & I'll give you some details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB2
    I'd love to hear what crazy is!
    that would be something like AX lightness stem seatpost and bars, foam grips, extralight hubs, Edge Rims, Lightning Cranks and a saddle like this

    with the right parts i think sub 15lbs is quite possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the locust
    with the right parts i think sub 15lbs is quite possible.
    Just sub-15lbs maybe...

    My One9 build, 18.7lbs according to he LBS scales:

    Frame: Niner One 9 Raw, Medium.
    Fork: Niner Rigid Carbon White
    Front Brake: Avid Juicy Ultimate White 160
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    Crank: XTR M960, machined to take off big ring tab, then polished.
    Chainring: Blackspire Monoveloce, 32T
    Bottom Bracket: Chris King
    Free Wheel: Niner SS Cog, 18T
    Chain: SRAM PC- 830
    Front Hub: Chris King Disc ISO 32H
    Rear Hub: Chris King Disc ISO Single Speed 32H
    Front Rim: Stans NoTUBES ZTR 355 29er
    Rear Rim: Stans NoTUBES ZTR 355 29er
    Spokes: DT Swiss Supercomp
    Nipples: DT Swiss Alloy
    Front Tire: Schalwbe Racing Ralph
    Rear Tire: Kenda SB8
    Pedals: Crank Brothers Candy 2Ti, White
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    Stem Thomson Elite X4
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    To lose any more weight I have to start spending some serious $$$

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    Nice Bike man...What size JH is that...Im looking into getting an XL and am a bit hesitant about the curved top tube...whaddya think of the bike so far?

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    Resting comfortably before a lap at the 24 HIOP

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    Not the best pic, but at lest it's on the trail.



    Really enjoying it so far. My Blur is feeling neglected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocampbe
    This is a thread for fully rigid ss 29ers. Don't ruin it by posting a bike with a derailleur. I cannot stand looking at it (the derailleur).
    Rigid has nothing to do with the gears, you idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schnee
    Rigid has nothing to do with the gears, you idiot.
    But, um, SS stands for Single Speed. OP (who you are calling an idiot, ), DID ask for FULLY RIGID SS 29ers.......
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    Tsk tsk...

    Wonder who the idiot is now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelgunz
    redline monocog.......I like it.
    You need to get some zip ties and secure your brake lines to the guides brazed onto your frame and fork.
    "There are those who would say there's something pathological about the need to ride, and they're probably on to something. I'd wager though that most of the society-approved compulsions leave deeper scars in the psyche than a need to go and ride a bicycle on a mountain." Cam McRea

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    Here's my Strong ti SS. Sadly I replaced her with a Kish that's suspension corrected. My shoulders can't take it any more so the Strong goes on the chopping block now.
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    Nothing to see here.... Posted pictures before coffee. I'll go hide now.
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    uh... Gwen, the thread says RIGID SS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dial Tone
    uh... Gwen, the thread says RIGID SS.
    Sorry, I posted before coffee kicked in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gwen
    Sorry, I posted before coffee kicked in...
    Coffee kicked in and now you are gonna change to a rigid fork (or was it SS), right?
    Last edited by [email protected]; 04-28-2010 at 12:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Coffee kicked in and now you are gonna change to a rigid fork, right?
    Already have a rigid fork on my EMD (the bike I posted pictures). I just have gears on it so I can't play on this thread. I corrected my mistake after the "horror" of being humiliated world-wide. For penance I will only use my large ring/small cog on my next ride in the mud without fenders. Maybe one day I'll add a One9 or a Monocog to the quiver. Only have room for two bikes right now and my other is a Rip9 so it's going to be awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjohnnyx
    My blinglespeed.
    Jebus!

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    My Gryphon. That snow seems like a looong time a go now...

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    I've made a few changes to mine. Different fork, different cranks, better tires, new wide/flat FSA bars. Lovin it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tedsalt
    Surly Karate Monkey geared
    This thread is about rigid SS, Single Speed, bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedsalt
    sorry
    Lol ... this thread must remain pure!

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    I'd imagine everyone who has posted here has (or still does) lust over that bike at some point.

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    I'll post mine after the niner fork makes it home.....
    Sit and spin my ass...

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    OK, I posted the String ti SS cruiser frame and fork for sale here. Check it out!

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    Also some Boone bits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by driver bob
    I'd imagine everyone who has posted here has (or still does) lust over that bike at some point.
    Yes. I like that blue Coconino in a big way too.
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    This is a great build.

    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEtheDOG
    There are some beautiful Retrotecs in this thread. This one is NOT mine but I love the execution and it certainly belongs here.



    The Color scheme on this was the inspiration for my Pear. Curtis has an eye for colors on retro builds like no other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
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    Then it shouldn't quite be in this thread then...
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    ok next time i ride i won't shift. LOL. thread nazi!! fully rigid is what caught my eye

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    Next thing someone will post a motorcycle, since "it is not quite" a bike, but has two wheels. Public education and reading skills just are not what they used to be.

    Everyone, if you add those folks to your "Ignore" list, you hide their posts, since they have nothing to contribute. except off topic shiz.
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    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.
    I know its a strange notion to you but some of us do care about this community and want it to be useful, healthy and accessible. Some might take it more seriously than others and asking that thread content stay on topic might seem petty, but the impetus behind it is correct in that we want the format that this forum is based on to continue as efficiently as possible.

    You might call it uptight, but I call it respect.

    And trust me, they might scold someone for posting content out of context, but they aren't losing any sleep over it.

    Neither am I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    ok next time i ride i won't shift. LOL. thread nazi!! fully rigid is what caught my eye
    R.I.F. You can always start your own thread, or you could just post here:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=341544

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Holy cow you people are uptight! What a way to go thru life- worried about what people post on an internet forum thread. Actually caring.
    I started this thread. I put the qualifications in UPPERCASE. It's OK that you posted your bike, but I would rather see FULLY RIGID SS 29ers. It's not about being uptight. It's about being able to look at all the beautiful bikes out there that meet that criteria. I really love seeing what others are riding and all the different setups. Anyway, I hope the others will leave you alone. I personally would rather see more bikes than replies filled with banter.

    P.S. I have a great life, a wife, and kids. This thread doesn't even make it to my list of worries.

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    Back on topic.

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    Well I'd delete my post if I could, but it seems I can't. So of all the horrors in the world; I guess the picture of my 1 x 5 will stay. I didn't know it would disrupt the flow of the thread so much. Ask the moderator to delete it if it is causing so much trouble.

    If it makes you feel better I'll turn it into a 1x1 this weekend and repost. Would this be OK with the jury?

    I thought most, like me, appreciated bikes of all configurations. How many 1 x 5's do you see?

    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?
    Pot - Kettle. Let it go FFS

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    No one is being a post Nazi here. Its just that when everyone follows the rules (or the intent of the thread) then someone doesn't, of course its going to be pointed out.

    If you made a mistake, own up to it and laugh it off. No big deal. Cop an attitude, then well, you'd look like an ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragbike
    Well I'd delete my post if I could, but it seems I can't. So of all the horrors in the world; I guess the picture of my 1 x 5 will stay. I didn't know it would disrupt the flow of the thread so much. Ask the moderator to delete it if it is causing so much trouble.

    If it makes you feel better I'll turn it into a 1x1 this weekend and repost. Would this be OK with the jury?

    I thought most, like me, appreciated bikes of all configurations. How many 1 x 5's do you see?

    Wow, this is actually the first time I've run into mountain bikers that were so uptight (territorial?). I know it's not a 29er rider character trait. Could it be an SS thing?
    No one is operating in this extreme except you. It's just, for future reference, please follow the rules. Inherent in that statement is that we would like to see you post again. No hard feelings.

    Unless you are just incapable of apologizing sincerely and moving on.

    And if you don't know any uptight mountain bikers than you either don't know many or only know slow ones.

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    This thread is being derailed too easily by petty comments...

    Lets get it back on topic and keep it alive because there are some quite fabulous bikes being posted.

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    Got this Outcast last year and made a few upgrades. Overall it's been a great ride and tons of fun.
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    Some of mine

    This one was the one before last


    Then had this


    Now I have this
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    Nice rigs you guys have
    I can't wait to get my first 29er this week.
    Keep em coming

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    I was beginning to think I was alone...

    Thanks for sharing the pics and the inspiration.

    I am still on my Mary SS only upgrades have been wheels and tires. Sounds like a car thing.

    Anyway here is a pick from last year of me actually riding it

    There were 3 Full rigid SS bikes on that trip. One was a 26er but we don't hold that against him...too much

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    My BlackCat - V 2

    Just got this back from being repainted...now it truly is a "Black" cat. Over last 2 1/2years have swapped fork (Ahearne w/internal cable routing), bars (Ti Luv Handles) and am finally tubeless. It is dialed in!
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    Some pics of my EWR singlefied. It has the same sweet color scheme as GreenLightGo's Monocog. The first pic has the most monkeyassednessed piece of bike equipment ever made on it but by my last pic I had the damn decency to built a wheel with an eccentric hub.





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    A few pics of my monocog. Many of the components went to the EWR so it's Resting In Pieces.






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    Here's my Salsa with WB Rock Solid
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    Here's a couple, to prove that I really ride my Flight.


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    Waltworks

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    Dude no disrespect, but you suck/jealous of weight
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    Quote Originally Posted by k0y0te
    Love this bike.
    Damn, weirdest single speed I ever saw.............

    Got a FULLY RIGID SS 29er that is relevant to the thread?
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    Good job!

    slocaus: +1
    k0y0te: FAIL. You get excused because it is a Waltworks

    One solution, lead by example:

    // metrotuned, Raleigh XXIX 29er SS // The frame, seen here dressed in cocaine white about SF East Bay, is now in Coldwater, Michigan.

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    my ride for the prairies....

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    New question here. 29er road tires?

    I'm looking for some road tires to commute with on my 29er, having trouble finding some, anyone know where I can look online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWS32
    I'm looking for some road tires to commute with on my 29er, having trouble finding some, anyone know where I can look online?
    Surely you jest. (700c)

    There's a few nice choices here. I kinda like the Big Apples. SUPER smooth but they weigh a metric ton. There's a pic of my BA equipped Monkey on the first page of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWS32
    I'm looking for some road tires to commute with on my 29er, having trouble finding some, anyone know where I can look online?
    Just get a wide cross tire. Universal Cycles has a ton of them pretty cheap. I've got a set of IRC Mythos CX 42c which are big enough for light trail duty and on the road they are alright (make a buzzing noise at slow speeds). I'll show you them sometime.

    I'd get something a little more beefy than a road tire though. like 30c-40c.

    http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...p?category=180

    http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/...enuItemId=9304

    ----> Borough is pretty cool.

    You could also go with a Stan's raven which is fast and light.. but still a mountain bike tire. Or just keep the tires you have and ride the crap outta them. Your stock ones are pretty fast for a knobby.

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    Ah...my favorite thread seems to have been reborn anew! I LOVE these "show yer rigid 29er" threads

    Here's mine,2008 Redline d440,only the the frame,bars/stem,seat/post remain stock. Coming up on it's 2nd birthday the first half of next month...




    Sadly,due to old injury complications this year,she's been sitting idle since my last ride on 12-9-09...really hoping to be back on her by my birthday,if not hers (mine is a couple weeks after hers next month,LOL!). Wish me luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by longhaultrucker
    Ah...my favorite thread seems to have been reborn anew! I LOVE these "show yer rigid 29er" threads

    Here's mine,2008 Redline d440,only the the frame,bars/stem,seat/post remain stock. Coming up on it's 2nd birthday the first half of next month...


    Sadly,due to old injury complications this year,she's been sitting idle since my last ride on 12-9-09...really hoping to be back on her by my birthday,if not hers (mine is a couple weeks after hers next month,LOL!). Wish me luck

    SLOCAUS should be along shortly to scold you for putting a geared bike in the thread. I kinda understand the confusion because, well, there is a single speed forum. I lucked out when I posted mine because it was SS. But in the 29er forum I wasn't expecting the stipulation and misread it.

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    Yup. Another reading comprehension FAIL.
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    And I thought I had a bike obsession. You are at once tragic and awesome.

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    Not the best shot, but here she is...







    Have since removed the brake posts on the fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 120
    SLOCAUS should be along shortly to scold you for putting a geared bike in the thread. I kinda understand the confusion because, well, there is a single speed forum. I lucked out when I posted mine because it was SS. But in the 29er forum I wasn't expecting the stipulation and misread it.

    Whoops . Yep,you and Dial Tone's definately right. Wasn't lookin close enough to see the "SS" I suppose. In my defiense (yeah,I know,cheap copout),I am pretty high on pain meds today from said injury complications

    FWIW,when I'm able to ride (which had been pretty steady till this year),about 50% of it's on my SS,but sadly,it's a 26er
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    Hope you feel better soon and get back in the saddle again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dial Tone
    Hope you feel better soon and get back in the saddle again.
    Thanks,Brother Me too,hopefully not too awful long I will be (back in the saddle)
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    I won the state single speed champs (Qld Australia) on this little rocket.
    We are off to the worlds in October.
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    well done, and nice looking bike and can I have the fork

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink
    Love the fact that On One kept the track ends on their Ti model.

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    Love the fact that On One kept the track ends on their Ti model
    It's now sporting Middleburn cranks and about to have a set of Niner carbon firks fitted :-)

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    Monocog visits the beach.
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    Posted a pic up above but I actually rode the bike today.


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    My 1st 29'er, SS & rigid...


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    budget singlespeeding:




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    nasty business

    One (9) happy ride
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    Here's my Titus and my friends SOK:

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    so much fun just a shame couldn't afford a niner fork-this bike really deserves it




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    circumstance

    1) Beloved frame breaks (bike = hardtail, geared,100 mm fork)
    2) Buy replacement frame (2010 Kona Unit)
    3) Realize derailleur dropouts aren't fabricated yet = convert to SS.
    4) Ride. SS is pretty dang fun.
    5) A few rides later, the fork won't stop leaking oil, send to factory = Rigid
    6) More riding. I haven't ridden rigid since 1997. Neato. I can see how it would get addicting.
    7) I get to post in this thread! I feel a little bit special.
    8) We'll see what happens when the fork and dropouts are ready...
    9) Mountain biking is one of the best things ever.
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    The twenty-nine inch wheel.

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    brianb- awesome bike! I would probably put money down that when the fork and hanger comes in that they go up for sale and you keep the bike this way...

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianb
    1) Beloved frame breaks (bike = hardtail, geared,100 mm fork)
    2) Buy replacement frame (2010 Kona Unit)
    3) Realize derailleur dropouts aren't fabricated yet = convert to SS.
    4) Ride. SS is pretty dang fun.
    5) A few rides later, the fork won't stop leaking oil, send to factory = Rigid
    6) More riding. I haven't ridden rigid since 1997. Neato. I can see how it would get addicting.
    7) I get to post in this thread! I feel a little bit special.
    8) We'll see what happens when the fork and dropouts are ready...
    9) Mountain biking is one of the best things ever.

    Ahhh... serendipity.
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    8) We'll see what happens when the fork and dropouts are ready...
    Get yourself a nice carbon fork and you'll not need the others.

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    What frame is that??

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