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    Is this an Arundel Looney cage? (the small one)
    Yes

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    09 specialized sirrus pro, w/ ksyrium wheels.

    fast and fun!
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    My daily commuter. This pic was from this weekend riding the Rock Island Spur. It was hot but super fun!

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    p7 orange on commuter duty

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    This is my second post here, so please forgive me if I say or do something dumb.

    Here's my current bucket. 1989 Trek 7000. Mostly stock, with Kenda road tires and a few items borrowed from a '90 Fuji Suncrest. It's serving as occasional commuter and weekend flower-sniffer.

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    I say "current bucket" as though a) it ain't good enough for me and b) I plan on replacing it soon. It is, and I don't.

    Also, it's cool to see a couple of familiar names here (Skaughtto and redmr2_man) from car stuff. Excellent. Them guys bought a mess of parts from me, and also had some good times together on and around four wheels, back in another life.

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    Vintage Fisher Advance in commuter mode

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    1995 Kona Kilauea chromo frame. Krampus fork. Updated stem, bars, seat, pedals. 1 x 8 XT drivetrain. Still needs a front brake. Mostly to the office. Mix in the Klunker some days. The Klunker sees more rides to bars and breweries than the office.






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    ^^^That is an awesome picture.
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    my new project: the lynskey "pro-groce"

    its a pro-cross frame I just rattlecanned "as ugly as possible" and a disc trucker fork.

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    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Specialized sucks ass.

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    better ev comp to show off my handiwork
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    Rule #9 // If you are out riding in bad weather, it means you are a badass. Period.

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    Long time visitor/lurker.
    Newly converted full blown commuter!
    Sold my car in Aug of this year, and purchased a more road worthy commuter.
    I commuted before selling my car and justified selling my car due to me never using it. My commute to work is only 7.4mi round trip and between work/errands, I average almost 100mi/week. The miles add up real fast and I can't wait to upgrade my steed when things start to wear!

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    First post in a loooong time (forgot old login and what not). Livin in France at the moment so appropriately...

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    Full winter mode commenced!
    I've been riding the 'rip to hit my end of the year mileage goal, but now since the new year has come, I am pulling out the fattie to enjoy the snow and to get back on the trails that are only fat accessible.
    It's been beautiful and fun so far. I've gotten my fair share of the ol' "you rode in today!?" questions, and I even work at a bike shop!

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    I've come over to the dark side.

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    ^^I'm not seeing your pic Roma (just a box), but perhaps it is my settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    ^^I'm not seeing your pic Roma (just a box), but perhaps it is my settings.
    I see it,
    so l guess settings
    always mad and usually drunk......

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    New winter commuter. Surly Instigator 1


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    Size Matters by 1nterceptor, on Flickr
    Why use JIS : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL7Hf9QKEC0&index=5&list=UUHyRS8bRu6zPoymg KaIoDLA

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    Riding this now. Swapped my tires from my Giant seek. This is way more fun to ride.
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    Ghost Square Urban 2.
    Fun fact: I christened my first ride by picking up a flat about a half mile from the subway.

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    Bun in the oven

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    Gold line LA commuting

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    Any other LA commuters..?

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    My 29er commuter
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    My SC Highball in full commuter mode (29er/700x28, 32x13)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockthemtn View Post
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    Any other LA commuters..?
    isnt that cheating?
    and you're lying down as well........
    always mad and usually drunk......

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    Good morning from Vienna/Austria.
    After not riding for almost ten years I bought myself a used GT Tequesta 1998 and its being used for my commute to work, kindergarten, etc.

    Its not quite done yet, will swap the Rockshox for a rigid fork, different grips and will change to 1x8 speed.


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    So stoked right now! Finally got fenders as rainy season is starting (Honjo H80s). 83 stumpjumper singlespeed (40x18) rolling on WTB byway 47s. Brooks B17, naturally.


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    Also can set it up to haul a surfboard:


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    2005 Rockhopper: had 26 wheels, rim brakes, 3x8 drivetrain, and suspension fork...

    swapped out with mostly parts on hand and ended up with:

    2005 Curbhopper: 29 wheels, disc brakes, 1x9 drivetrain, rigid carbon fork

    works great for my 6.5 mile commute with less than 200ft elevation gain.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bbender785 View Post


    2005 Rockhopper: had 26 wheels, rim brakes, 3x8 drivetrain, and suspension fork...

    swapped out with mostly parts on hand and ended up with:

    2005 Curbhopper: 29 wheels, disc brakes, 1x9 drivetrain, rigid carbon fork

    works great for my 6.5 mile commute with less than 200ft elevation gain.


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    My 3yr Old Named it Shinybike

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    1x10

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    I call it the purple pavement eater, this was the day I got it, now has 2.2 conti race kings for shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbender785 View Post


    2005 Rockhopper: had 26 wheels, rim brakes, 3x8 drivetrain, and suspension fork...

    swapped out with mostly parts on hand and ended up with:

    2005 Curbhopper: 29 wheels, disc brakes, 1x9 drivetrain, rigid carbon fork

    works great for my 6.5 mile commute with less than 200ft elevation gain.


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    How do you like that rear bag? I've been eyeing it on Amazon.

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    This Bud for you

    Waited 6 months for my Budnitz, class 1 fazua motor
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    Quote Originally Posted by biker_soldier101 View Post
    How do you like that rear bag? I've been eyeing it on Amazon.
    honestly its exceeded my expectations give the price. ill buy another whenever this one fails. its not waterproof by any means, but its easy enough to plan accordingly with plastic and dry bags.

    i rotated the top bag 90 degrees to make it more stable holding my laptop, and added foam inside that the computer slides into to suspend it. works really well.


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    1989 Schwinn Impact

    Purchased on craigslist from someone who serviced it well and converted to 5 speed. I added rear Wald 137 basket with custom upholstered foam cushion, saddle (rain cover came with bike), caged pedals (temporary), and Portland Design Works sodapop fender set. Plan to swap out bars with Nitto Albatross from a friend when I get a chance. Also need to swap the quick release seatpost clamp for a nut.

    Has been a joy to ride around Chicago these past 2 months. Picked it up for an everyday klunker/commuter to haul groceries and get around and for what little money I spent ($200) it has been a a gift.

    The only downside has been the extra effort required to carry this thing up and down from the third floor twice daily. It is a tank.
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    650B Conversion.

    42's were as big as I could fit (only a bit over 2 mm clearance in the chain stays, though the front could take a 47mm tire/

    They're noisier than I thought, though wind noise drowns them out. Sure makes the ride a lot smoother.

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    Finished this build about 3 weeks ago, got Suomi Tyres Routa spiked 42-622 tires for it for the winter.

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