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    A black Spot

    For those intrested go to this site and view my new baby

    http://daran.fotopic.net/c130267.html

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    Sweeeeeet!
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    Nice...

    I've wanted a Spot for awhile.

    How long did it take to get? What size is that frame?

    MC

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    black spot

    ordered in sept 2003 recieved last week size is 19.5 long story as to the wait but it was worth it.rides as good as it looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dazmo
    For those intrested go to this site and view my new baby

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    holy smokes, that's pretty close to how i'd set up a black spot. if only middleburn makes black crank arms...

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    Quote Originally Posted by weather
    holy smokes, that's pretty close to how i'd set up a black spot. if only middleburn makes black crank arms...
    If the rumours are true Middleburn soon will be ;-)

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    Now that is a freaking beautiful SS!!!

    Absolutely gorgeous. Props to you on your choice of parts and aesthetic qualities. We see too many tricked out bikes that are aesthetically 'over the top' nowadays. It is refreshing to see your new ride deviate from that path.

    dd.'

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    Good job! Middleburn - black cranks

    They do make 'em .......check out www.chainreactioncycles.co.uk ....not sure if they'll ship to the US but their is a pic to prove they exist.

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    hey dazmo...

    is that the new pace rc-40 fork , or whichever it was that got an article on singletrack.com a few weeks back? in any case, what a beautiful looking ride.

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    Good job! Nope....

    they're RC36/38 s ..... for a look at the RC40 .......have a look at www.pace-racing.co.uk

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    Thanks

    Thanks DD for your comments, my aim was for it not to be too over the top although ive had some negative comments over here in the uk but hey it wouldnt pay for us all to like the same thing.

    The fork is a rc 36 stealth with lockout and the new black seals, not cheap but as plush as they come ive only had the bike a week and you cant keep me off it she really rides well and extremely 'chuckable' if you catch my drift.

    I must not forget to thank Tim and Judith at Sideways cycles without them this would not of been possible................ ;-)

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