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    Moonmen

    My name is Ryan, I am co owner of Moonmen bikes in Fort Collins, Colorado. Our first rig, #M00, is my bike and it's all kinds of awesome. We are super stoked to be delivering fully custom titanium bikes to our customers. Check out moonmenbikes.com, Facebook and on instagram @moonmenbikes.
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    I like the idea of the detachable rear end. Transport to events is one of the big hassles with a fatbike.

    I think you're on a winner with those bars. An upright position can be useful on a fatbike.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Lovely lines on that bike! really clever SS as well
    Read my BLOG!

    just a guy who loves bikes and exploring

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    Those bar's make it look like a chunky BMW!

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    like

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    Awesome.
    :thumbsup:It doesn't matter what I ride as long as I ride it Rubber Side Down●~●.

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    Outstanding! This is the type of innovation I have been waiting to see- carbon fiber and 190 rear ends aren't really pushing design limits IMO. Not that I'll ever be able to afford this, but it is beautiful work.

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    Sweet bike.......

    EXCELLENT headbadge
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    These guy's are good, real good!! What is the build time?

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    Very very nice!

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    We're about a month out right nowMoonmen-54843898-tmb_8551.jpg

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    Looks to me like 'fat tranny'
    Cool!

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    Re: Moonmen

    Google searches for fat tranny yielded no applicable results.

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    1) I like the chainstay length couplers. I plan on something similar but not identical.
    2) I LOVE the ROUND chainstay yoke tubes!! YES YES YES.
    3) Big Boy BMX theme. You hit it out of the park.

    F'n bravo, hope I can get you a cold one some time.
    Disclaimer: I run Regular Cycles (as of 2016). As a profiteer of the bicycle industry, I am not to be taken very seriously.

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    It looks beautiful.

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    The ti forks they make are works of art, the bars are bad ass. The passion show's !!

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    how much can a frame/fork/bars be had for?

    rog

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    nevermind, found the answers on your website. Looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newmarketrog View Post
    how much can a frame/fork/bars be had for?

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    Right around $5000 with the extendable stays.

    Sweet frame/fork btw!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspontane View Post
    Google searches for fat tranny yielded no applicable results.
    "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to ultraspontane again."

    I don't even want to accidentally catch a sideways glimpse of those search results.

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