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    Best sub 700 Singlespeed

    I am looking for some guidance. I am interested in getting a single speed. Choices are open. I have looked at the p.1, unicog, and others, but I am always open to other ideas. Looking for a bike to ride off road and a little commuting or grocery getter. Thanks
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    it is the right time of year to pick up something for alot less then way back in march...

    aside from brand-new you could build one up of bits and pieces, this takes some time and frankly some luck. what about a previously enjoyed ride - or - new a new to you ride? this oft allows you a better bike then your initial budget.
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    I'd vote for a Solo-One

    You can get a KHS Solo-one for about $500-550 new, maybe cheaper this time of year. It's a great ready to ride complete SS bike, though I would add a Tuggnutt. You could also build several different budget frames up into complete bikes in the same range.
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    Fisher Rig. Sell the Reba fork (though it's great), and get a used Surly Karate Monkey fork. Golden combination. Heck, the fastest rider at the WCSS roade that setup!
    You'll have powerful disc brakes, capable tires, a light EBB frame, very nice rims, decent cranks, etc.
    It can be done for $700.

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    E-Bay On -One

    I recently saw a On -One SS Inbred complete, from some shop in FL for $699. Rigid all around. If it were not for my current project, I would have bought it. And ther is this one I recently saw.
    Item number: 7183083543 on E-bay
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