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    Photos of Edge Cycles Steel?

    Anybody have photos of a built up Edge Cycles steel singlespeed (or even with gears)? I'd be interested in seeing what you've got--looking into doing a frame with them folks out in Fruita!

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    Not really any good ones that would do it justice, but a few collected on various trails when by myself (as you do), and one actually in action. Still love it, but will never forget the excitement of riding it for the first time in Fruita after building it up with Troy and JD in the shop. It's been all over since then. Troy has always been great to deal with. When I actually get round to getting a "proper" SS frame, it will also be an Edge. The only question is what colour?
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    is that down...

    tube shaped/formed ? Looks alot like a Spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorcher seb
    Not really any good ones that would do it justice, but a few collected on various trails when by myself (as you do), and one actually in action. Still love it, but will never forget the excitement of riding it for the first time in Fruita after building it up with Troy and JD in the shop. It's been all over since then. Troy has always been great to deal with. When I actually get round to getting a "proper" SS frame, it will also be an Edge. The only question is what colour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellowCat
    tube shaped/formed ? Looks alot like a Spot.

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    Indeed. It is Columbus Foco, and they describe the tube as "coffin-shaped." I know they also do a regular oversized down-tube.

    I'm sure regular Spots don't use Columbus Foco, but not sure what they use. They do have a similarly shaped down-tube though.
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