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    Check out my Unit!

    I hope my Unit holds "up" to rigors of Delaware/Maryland single speeding.
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    Sweet build - what is that rear cog?

    Sam

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    Treat her well and she'll give you tons of smiless.

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    Rear cog? Brakes?

    Another Bike!?
    Whats up with the bling bling rear cog? Once I FINALLY get my bike and am 100% sure of my gearing I was thinking of springing for a Bling chaing ring.

    Where are the Hope Minis? Saving those for the next bike due in?

    KMan


    Quote Originally Posted by KeithG
    I hope my Unit holds "up" to rigors of Delaware/Maryland single speeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kolo
    Sweet build - what is that rear cog?

    Sam
    Thanks Sam. That's a Boone Ti cog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMan
    Another Bike!?
    Whats up with the bling bling rear cog? Once I FINALLY get my bike and am 100% sure of my gearing I was thinking of springing for a Bling chaing ring.

    Where are the Hope Minis? Saving those for the next bike due in?

    KMan
    It's my only bike. It replaces the Cove.
    I've been running the Boone cog for a couple of months now. Father's Day gift. It's nice.
    The Mono Minis are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Curtlo 29er. Whenever that will be??

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    sweet bike!

    i'll keep an eye out for you when i go south of the mason-dixon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithG
    I hope my Unit holds "up" to rigors of Delaware/Maryland single speeding.
    Looks nice! And oh so fancy - King, Boone, carbon bits. And your cat seems to like it. I have always liked the Kona bikes.
    What? No eggbeaters??? ha! ha! Mine are still crunching and creaking along.
    Next time you are up here bring the curtlo 29er. Curious to check one out.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Nice Keith

    Nice bike. I hope to see it on Sunday.

    Max-A-Mill,

    Are you going to travel to Fair Hill to ride with us this winter?

    You too Jason! (although I realize it is not a short drive for you to come to DE).

    James
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    Wow, now that is a nice rigid unit

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    Good lookin' Unit, nice choice in spec.
    How's that Cog hold up? I've been eyeing one since I saw it in Dirt Rag last month.

    Now let's see some dirty pics of that bike!

    Joe.

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    What hub are you using?

    Quote Originally Posted by KeithG
    I hope my Unit holds "up" to rigors of Delaware/Maryland single speeding.
    What kind of hubs are these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis
    What kind of hubs are these?
    Looks like King to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    Good lookin' Unit, nice choice in spec.
    How's that Cog hold up? I've been eyeing one since I saw it in Dirt Rag last month.

    Now let's see some dirty pics of that bike!

    Joe.
    So far so good on the Boone cog, but I have not ridden enough miles on it to form a meaningful opinion as to it's durability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis
    What kind of hubs are these?
    They are King hubs

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    Hey Joe

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    Good lookin' Unit, nice choice in spec.
    How's that Cog hold up? I've been eyeing one since I saw it in Dirt Rag last month.

    Now let's see some dirty pics of that bike!

    Joe.
    Joe, take a look at the Let's See Dirty Bike Porn thread, there're a couple of pics of dirty Units.
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    Just another bike to smoke the feild in the SS class in the Classic series?

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    That fork. It looks like a regular Project 2 but has disc tabs. And it's not a dirt jumper style fork. Where did you get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eltbee
    That fork. It looks like a regular Project 2 but has disc tabs. And it's not a dirt jumper style fork. Where did you get it?
    From Bikeman.com. Great fork for $60.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh_on_the_cape
    And your cat seems to like it.
    Let me preface this comment with a most sincere apology. When I read this, I just couldn't resist....

    Nothing attracts ***** like a big unit.

    Okay, now that I said this, I'd like to take this opportunity to again express my most sincere apologies to any that might be offended by my comments. I feel your pain.

    Sheepishly....

    Peter
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