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    INDEPENDENT meets LEFTY

    How do you like?
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    You are not particularly tall, are you?

    Looks different The Lefty is huge compared with the rest of the bike and the skinny tubes. I'll have to check back and see if I can get used to that.

    Is the chain staying on OK in front, without any guides?

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    super clean, INDEPENDENT still makes great frames. Maybe even better than before.

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    Sexy looking machine.

    Could you possibly detai lyour set-up?


    what's the weight?
    Former Homer...Ventana convert: extreme poseur!

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    holy crap

    3 BEAUTIFUL black sheep's....and now a gorgeous Independant?

    nice bike, again!!
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Cute!!!

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    lovely

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    Look nice and harmless

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    That is one seriously long seatpost! Crazy.

    Nice looking bike though .
    www.yourtrails.net/weights/ - Kick ass weights listing
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    dirty grips, sweet ride...hahaha..
    1-9 setup? dual control on one side, what about the other?
    Put something exciting between your legs. Ride a mountain bike.

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