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    My New Ride

    Just wanted to share my new addition

    Mosaic Ti SS
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    Nice bike, nice doggy.

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    nice!

    BTW, what kind of chain is that?

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    Its a "Miracle Chain" , very nice bike , dog seems to like it too .

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    magic...

    i told my friend that i am able to operate the bike with my mind...no need for a chain.

    it is going on tomorrow

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    A Vizsla makes a great trail dogs. Mine is a rescue and loves when the dirty bike roles out. He is less excited when the running shoes come out but still eager to go. I guess that means my fat ass needs to run faster.

    Beautiful bike too.

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    she loves the bike!

    i was amazed at how well she is doing with the bikes. i have a pretty large property and she runs all over with me (in moderation of course since she is just 4 months old)

    but she loves when i pull a bike down...can't wait to get her on the trails!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velcro Dog
    i was amazed at how well she is doing with the bikes. i have a pretty large property and she runs all over with me (in moderation of course since she is just 4 months old)

    but she loves when i pull a bike down...can't wait to get her on the trails!
    She's pretty built for 4 months old, looks like you give her some good exercise. Cute pup!

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    Sweet looking bike. Super clean.

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    Velcro dog, that's beautiful. It appears to be identical to a DEAN, at least four key elements of the frame design and construction I can make out! I do prefer the Dean logos ;-)

    The green black silver works awesome, great job. Nice choice on the original XTR levers.

    Also, cool pup! Four months? Oh man, she must be bouncing off the walls!
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    Okay, how'd you color the adjuster knobs on the BB-7s?

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    Responses to the last few posts...

    Check out www.mosaiccycles.com

    Aaron and Nick are formerly of Dean...hence the similarities (big difference was the delivery time...much faster and excellent communication)

    Colored the BB7 bits with the Duplicolor Metalcast rattle can stuff. Came out pretty good. You have to use their metallic primer first to get it to have the anno look.

    I have had those XTR levers for ever...they are so smooth!

    Thanks for the nice comments. I still have not had a chance to get out on it yet, between work and weather...hopefully tomorrow night

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    i dig!

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    That frame looks just like a Moots. The welds look the same too. Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velcro Dog

    Colored the BB7 bits with the Duplicolor Metalcast rattle can stuff. Came out pretty good. You have to use their metallic primer first to get it to have the anno look.
    Sweet bike! Are those BB7 knobs easy to pop off? How'd you do it? Tanx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tt1
    Sweet bike! Are those BB7 knobs easy to pop off? How'd you do it? Tanx!
    the knobs are very easy to get off. the large inside ones you can jsut use the torx wrench to unscrew untill you can pry them off.

    the small outer ones you an pop off without any tools...watch yer eyes! there are little metal carriers under them, be careful not to loose them and also note the orientation when you take them off.

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