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    Mrazek

    My soon to be singlespeed.
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    ahhh i liked my last mrazek, which unfortunately was a tad too small. i might end up buying another mrazek though. they ride nice despite weird looks.

    is that a new frame? the 777 buck special?

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    I'm not sure what year the frame is.

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    I love my Mrazek. Mines not built with horizontal drops, but has converted just fine.
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    It looks great; what year and size is the frame? They seem to have a small cockpit.

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    Wow!
    I didn't know somebody is doing such (am I allowed to say "sexy"?) frames. And people seem to think they actually work too!

    According to the www.mrazek.com website, the seat tube angle is so slack that raising the saddle lengthens the cockpit pretty fast.

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    Does anybody have a photo that shows how the chainstays and the seat tube relate to each other? All the pics that I have seen show the bike straight from the side, nothing showing that area from above or below..
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    My bike is 20 inch, large, and got it in 2001. Though I have since gotten a full suspension, this one gets more ride time, I'm not sure if it is a SS or Mrazek thing (both?). About cockpit length, I'm almost 6'4" and there is no other 20" bike that I fit; I just love this thing.

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    what fork works best

    i just picked up a Boh FX on Ebay and am wondering what length fork works best for these frames 80 or 100mm?

    thanks

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    I've run both. The bike is designed around an 80 and is pretty quick steering with that set-up. Like most bikes though running the 100 was no problem, in fact I liked the extra bit of stability that I gained. I'm only running an f80 now cause thats the fork I could get a deal on. Jeff at Mrazek told me that anything over 100mm is probibly too much though.

    I think you're really going to love the frame!

    John

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