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    Really I am that slow
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    My new bottle opener (x-post)

    Just so happens I can ride it it and it rides well....
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    Nice, who needs a back brake if they have beer. Is it a fixie?
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    Really I am that slow
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    Its fixed...

    back brake it only slows yah down
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    my god.

    Each to their own.

    Please upload pixx of you first off road face plant on your fixie "mountainbike"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzl62
    my god.

    Each to their own.

    Please upload pixx of you first off road face plant on your fixie "mountainbike"
    heh. sts was been riding fixies on terrain around colorado that many a lycra-clad individual has walked for years before moving to the great southern escape.

    A Fixed Trannie is probably what Scott and Company had in the back of their warped minds as they sat around drinking beers and pondering what cool next thing to churn out!

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    certainly the product of a twisted masochistic mind

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    Nice Dave I found the frame to be able to get the power to the ground the best that I have rode in a long time. Plus able to suck up ruff stuff. I think you will love it. But I won't go single speed. By the way what Headset are you running?
    " They May forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them Feel"
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiggerider
    Nice Dave I found the frame to be able to get the power to the ground the best that I have rode in a long time. Plus able to suck up ruff stuff. I think you will love it. But I won't go single speed. By the way what Headset are you running?

    cane creek s-3 the tall one... the ride is very much like a steel bike other then little rocks hitting the down tube resonate quite differently

    The tranny very much reminds me of the steel mojo a rode for awhile in 99-2000

    The salsa co-moto fork rides very well, i hope the carbon white brothers i'll be ordering rides as well....
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