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    Gunnar is going EBB in 2005

    Looks like another choice for an EBB frame.
    Got the info from Gunnar's forum.
    Great riding bikes and mine have held up well.

    Wonder if they'll make the Mingbike as an SS?

    Happy Friday.
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    Those cranks are too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelbike
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    Wonder if they'll make the Mingbike as an SS?

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    Yao

    That bike, which I fondeled at Interbike, was featured in WISN a week ago. WISN is the ABC station in Milwaukee, and the anchorwoman said it was manufactured in Houston. Um, WISN is in Milwaukee, Gunnars are from Waterford, just an hour away fromthe station.

    Dumbasses!

    Um, and I am going to get a Rock Hound with disc tabs, to feature the new ENO eccentric disc hub. A la CHOY!

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    Hey Ernesto, that bike sure looks familiar.................




    The shop I used to work at for years had that bike built for our big man here in Houston. The news station down here originally did the story, so I guess the news has got around a bit. That thing is wierd to ride (off the saddle of course). I felt like I was 8 years old trying to ride my dads 10 speed.

    And those are 185mm cranks bucko.

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    gotcha

    Quote Originally Posted by Treybiker
    Hey Ernesto, that bike sure looks familiar.................




    The shop I used to work at for years had that bike built for our big man here in Houston. The news station down here originally did the story, so I guess the news has got around a bit. That thing is wierd to ride (off the saddle of course). I felt like I was 8 years old trying to ride my dads 10 speed.

    And those are 185mm cranks bucko.
    Understood. Yeah, some guy formthe shop was riding it. Looked odd. If I were that tall, I'd like the bike. I'm a mere average 5 fut 10 inches. I'm just a guy watching COPS at 4:30 am.

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