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    VEGAN ATHLETE Racing
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    Giant two2one and corporate rock.

    Well, not corporate rock, just big brand singlespeedin.

    I have really been enjoying pounding this bike into the ground. Love the way it handles. It's fast.



    Front view of the two2one. I don't clean my bikes.



    Detail of the PVC I used to space out the DX cog. Thanks to Mr. Guerrero at Dirtrag.


    I havn't ridden any of my other bikes since December.
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    Nice!!

    I really like that frame, affordable and very good, what do you want more?

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    Great stuff,

    How much did the frame/bike cost if you don't mind me asking.

    Is it possible to use a King SS hub in the back, or do you have to use the specified hub that comes with the bike?

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    Trevor!

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    i think the frame is 4-5 bills

    and you can use any hub, he's using an 135mm XT hub with the freehub body spaced out for use with a single cog
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    Yea, I think the frame retails for around $500. I race for a shop in town so I don't have to pay that sorta thing. I suck up to the shop owner every day too. I bought some parts for it and some I had laying around...I had to borrow the rear wheel, rear brake and lever from a buddy. I am all ready for discs on the rear, just waiting for Giant to make that damn adapter.

    Re: rear wheel. Just like the guy above said, it's a normal spacing rear XT hub. Nothing special.
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    I got mine for $299

    Nice XTC! What kind of pedals are you using? I just converted mine to a SS but I'm waiting for a few back ordered parts to finish the job. I'll post a pick as soon as the project is done.

    I bought my 03 frame last year from the local Giant dealer and it was $299 plus tax. That was the retail price Giant listed and it included the head set.

    Bob

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    The pedals are Ritchey's I got at a bike swap for cheap. If you notice, this is a SS specific frame w/ horizontal dropouts. I had a lot of people staring at me at the last race. I say if you're gonna jump on the bandwagon, do it right.
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