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    Witty McWitterson
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    A double/double Singular Hummingbird.

    yeah. I know. In the strictest sense of some of you here, it's not a SS. But it still can only use one of 4 gears at a time. SO far, he's pretty impressed. Says it rides like a rocket!


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    We're off to do Ben's gravel ride up in Northfield this Sunday. More ride reports after that.
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    I knew a guy who wanted to build a Singular Swift with a dingle setup, but he had some difficulty getting everything priced out and the idea just kinda of died.
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    Hrmph. I know that guy. I let it(you) slip through my greasy fingers. To tell ya the truth though, I think you got a better deal with the Spot.
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    what's that? a 69er?
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    Quote Originally Posted by colker1
    what's that? a 69er?
    Even better.... that looks like a 79er, or would you call it a 7.5-9er?

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    650b/29 - B9 - 7.5/9. What ever. Better'n 69er's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    Hrmph. I know that guy. I let it(you) slip through my greasy fingers. To tell ya the truth though, I think you got a better deal with the Spot.
    Two different bikes for two different purposes though. But yeah, I spoke the language of the deal and got a great deal on the Spot. Now that I've had a taste of the big wheels I'm trying to figure out a way to fund another singlespeed.

    I still think those Singulars are some of the best looking bikes out there.
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    Schweet!

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    man i REALLY like thos singular frames

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    Quote Originally Posted by axcxnj
    man i REALLY like thos singular frames
    They ride as good as they look too
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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