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    My new BiStickel.

    A little porn for my online friends...




    I put together a couple web pages with more pictures of the bike and the build here:

    I want to ride my BiStickel

    Steve, I'm very pleased and thank you very, very much.

    Tim
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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! Great build page

    I like seeing the build process from the frame jig all the way through paint and then strapping on the components. The headbadge is the best one I've ever seen. I bet we'll see alot more BiStickles be ordered by board members in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeRaven
    I like seeing the build process from the frame jig all the way through paint and then strapping on the components. The headbadge is the best one I've ever seen. I bet we'll see alot more BiStickles be ordered by board members in the near future.

    I wish I had the headbadge on mine. He was still working on it when he finished my frame.
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    Nice bike! It's cool we have another capable SS builder here on the right coast. I really dig the chainstay clearance cutouts.

    There's a woman in my club (M.O.R.E.) that is excited about getting her road ByStickel.

    Since it was made in Harrisonburg, maybe you can show Steve (and all of us) how capable it is by doing the SM100 on it this year

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    This is one of the better looking steel frames I have seen recently.
    Truly a fantastic bike.
    The head tube badge is so cool and thatís the best bottle opener ever.
    I like your page on the bike too.

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    awesome post!

    great website, great looking bike. Thanks for sharing

    I wish I woulda got the "progress" pics like yours - very cool. Love the headbadge as well.

    enjoy!
    Jeff


    Quote Originally Posted by striker
    A little porn for my online friends...




    I put together a couple web pages with more pictures of the bike and the build here:

    I want to ride my BiStickel

    Steve, I'm very pleased and thank you very, very much.

    Tim

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    Good job!

    Sweet frame, I have been digging the few that I have seen on this board. Looks like Steve does top notch work. I really like the cutouts for the bigger tires, and that head badge is beyond cool.
    "Life is a F@#^ing story problem, get used to it - my son.

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    Ditto what everyone else has said. Sweet looking frame, nice website and super cool head badge (what a cutie). And I like the green too.

    Time to change your avatar?
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Sweet!!!

    I actually did a google search on Steve's stuff a week or two ago and saw your page at trianglemtb. Great webpage!!!

    Hope you new frame puts a smile on yer face. I came pretty close to orderd a 29er/eBB/SS frame from Steve, but ended up getting a killer deal on a Soulcraft Option 3 (yes, I am building it as a SS).

    Glad to see things went well with Steve. And, as you would say...FNB!!!

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    Thanks All.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil

    Since it was made in Harrisonburg, maybe you can show Steve (and all of us) how capable it is by doing the SM100 on it this year
    I'm already scheming for Steve to build me a fixed gear road frame....but it won't be for a year or so.

    As for SM100? I can't do it this year. It's on Labor Day weekend and the wife has made a deal with me to be around for it. So, I will be doing the SM100 every other year unless they change the date to something other than Labor Day.

    Will I see you at the Dragon's back?
    "Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy." -- Benjamin Franklin

    My cycling photos. Enjoy!

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