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    My first SS build ... almost there!

    Took awhile to build her from the ground up the way I wanted her, but things are taking shape. My shim for the USE carbon post will be here this week, then it's a wheel build, Avid Mechanicals w/ Hope Gothic rotors anchain and brake cables ...... oh, and spring thaw.
    Love building over the Canadian winter, but hate that unbearable urge to ride when the bike nears completion and spring hasn't yet sprung.
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    WOW. it gotta be the most highly spec'd CUSS i've seen. all sweet stuff.

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    Whoa!

    That is a pretty trick looking setup you've got going there. I'm not sure I like the color combo, but you'll definitely stand out from the crowd. What's up with those handlebars? And that red Spot bashguard - very cool.

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    You can pick up a set of these ti bars here ----->

    http://www.jonesbikes.com/

    Jeff Jones makes some really interesting custom framesm forks, bars etc ... worth a look.

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    Nice!

    I like the color combination. Good choice.

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    love the matching saddle/ frame, very pro.

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    you want more bling?

    Bar end lights.

    Made for road bars, but could prob fit those.
    https://store.bianchiusa.com/cgi-bin/store/C801.html

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    ... and if we just ...

    Those H-bars.

    If you don't mind me asking, how much did those cost?
    I was thinking about fabricating something like that, but why bother when someone else has done such nice job already!

    I have experimented with alot of handlebars over the years, and lately I was thinking about that shape and how comfortable and ideal it would be.

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    very cool. (nm)

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