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    PISSOFF #22 and friends

    Finally the way it's going to stay.(for now)

    PISSOFF #22 CX SS Disc frame
    Wound Team CX Disc fork
    CK headset
    Thomson Stem
    Nitto Moustache bar
    Dura Ace aero levers
    Thomson Seatpost
    Brooks Saddle
    Avid Road Mech brakes
    Dura Track Cranks
    959 Pedals
    Phil Wood Disc Hubs and Spokes
    Mavic open pro CD rims
    Hutchison CX tires
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    Last edited by neville; 02-02-2005 at 10:27 AM.

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    Color was inspired by

    My best friend
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    Two hanging out

    #22 and #10 soon to be joined by #18
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    all yours?!

    so all 3 frames are yours?! Those are sweet lookin rigs. Nice how you have one for mtb and one for cross. Is the thrid going to be a roadie?

    rich

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    Yes

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    Berry Nice. Those mustache bars would look even better wrapped in genuine leather -- I'm thinking steering wheel wrap or maybe something for old golf clubs. Probably not practical, but it would look sweeeeet.

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    Nice dog! My bro had a red once and I've had 2 blacks. Truly man's best friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by neville
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    Them are purdy!

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    Thanks for the idea

    Quote Originally Posted by Fab5Fixie
    Berry Nice. Those mustache bars would look even better wrapped in genuine leather -- I'm thinking steering wheel wrap or maybe something for old golf clubs. Probably not practical, but it would look sweeeeet.
    My fixed gear road bike has some faux carbon tape that just seems wrong. Leather steering wheel wrap may be just the ticket, I'll bet if you got it wet and then wrapped it, it would dry real nice and tight....... or not.
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    Good job! beauties

    very nice stable you're building. Why not whip 'em all out and fly the ti. Roll open that door and give the Seven some airtime too while you're at it. What else ya hiding?

    Is that Brooks saddle chopped???


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    #22 and #10 soon to be joined by #18
    easy, killer! Jeez.

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    I feel broke just looking at those. Pretty as they are, it doesn't really make any sense. Nice bikes, I guess.
    "I've courted brain damage like some courtesan of darkness."


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    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    I feel broke just looking at those. Pretty as they are, it doesn't really make any sense. Nice bikes, I guess.
    Nice driveway too! *ducks*
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    Wet North West

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    Nice driveway too! *ducks*
    Have to powerwash every spring

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    saddle

    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    very nice stable you're building. Why not whip 'em all out and fly the ti. Roll open that door and give the Seven some airtime too while you're at it. What else ya hiding?

    Is that Brooks saddle chopped???




    easy, killer! Jeez.

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    You are obviously suffereing from some sort of Ti fetish or maybe it's an addiction. I think the only way to cure it is to start buying the bikes for your best friends here on the board. Can I make my best friend some espresso chocolate swirl cheesecake?
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    Neville, took a while to complete (I know how that is tho... still working on mine). But, WOW. I don't know whether to applaud the bike or think of ways to rob you!

    I am WAY WAY curious on this all black fixie. Any sneak peek pics? If I beg?!
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    Neville.... Guess what I saw today at Phil Wood.....

    You have some "out of sight" looking hubs coming my friend. I also saw the #28.9 bike, which features purple components.

    Looks like we have some very unique bikes in the club. Brent told me that all 32 bikes are now sold and almost built up for the new owners.

    I am glad I got a pair, #9 and #12. Yours are awesome looking.

    I won't let the cat out of the bag, but the boys at Phil Wood are doing something very unique and will be very limited in the near future ......

    Great bikes Neville.

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    I think I know what it is... but to what extent, I am unsure.

    I was thinking about being part of it, however, what I wanted wouldn't have come out the way that I wanted it to. Different grades or something.

    Challah.
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    Did you

    Quote Originally Posted by SS Jerry
    You have some "out of sight" looking hubs coming my friend. I also saw the #28.9 bike, which features purple components.

    Looks like we have some very unique bikes in the club. Brent told me that all 32 bikes are now sold and almost built up for the new owners.

    I am glad I got a pair, #9 and #12. Yours are awesome looking.

    I won't let the cat out of the bag, but the boys at Phil Wood are doing something very unique and will be very limited in the near future ......

    Great bikes Neville.

    -JS-
    Happen to see the other black part, Brent said he was going to send me some photos. You didn't happen to see if the rest of the parts were in.http://by16fd.bay16.hotmail.msn.com/...t=3&vscan=scan

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    Parts is Parts....

    Neville, I saw the Black ano Jeff Jones ported EBB insert and the very righteous looking high flange black ano ported and relieved front hub and ported rear hub.

    (BIG SIGH)..... I wish I could get another one now......

    Actually, I met with Brent to get info on a road bike for longer trips. Maybe later this year.

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    leather bar wrap

    Quote Originally Posted by Mattman
    My fixed gear road bike has some faux carbon tape that just seems wrong. Leather steering wheel wrap may be just the ticket....or not.
    very nice bikes, btw.

    the traditional way to get handlebar wrap to match a Brooks leather saddle is to brush several coats of amber shellac like Bullseye over yellow colored cloth handlebar tape, using more coats for a darker effect (bikes in pic i'm trying to attach are not mine).

    its not rocket science, and i've had great results matching Brooks' "honey brown"and "antique brown" colors using dark amber shellac flakes dissolved in denatured alcohol the first time i tried it (allow shellac to dry for several hours between multiple coats). unfortunately rivendellbicycles.com no longer sells shellac flakes, but they do recommend Bullseye amber.

    also, since oldschool cloth tape doesn't absorb shock as well as cork tape, i've used a thin rubber tape under the cloth tape ("Le Tour Comfort Kit" sold by Branford Bike @ http://www.branfordbike.com/trim/trim1.html ).

    tan cork tape can also be shellac'ed for a similar look--scroll down this link to pic under the "handlebars" heading [ http://www.rivendellbicycles.com/htm...letframes.html ]

    if the attached pic doesn't load, there are plenty of pics of bikes w/ shellac'ed bars on rivendell's member gallery pages [ http://www.rivendellbicycles.com/htm...ndell_new.html ].
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    Nice input...

    And you felt the need to say this why....?

    Quote Originally Posted by SDizzle
    I feel broke just looking at those. Pretty as they are, it doesn't really make any sense. Nice bikes, I guess.

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    Totally unnecessary to say this, but...

    Quote Originally Posted by neville
    Finally the way it's going to stay.(for now)

    PISSOFF #22 CX SS Disc frame
    Wound Team CX Disc fork
    CK headset
    Thomson Stem
    Nitto Moustache bar
    Dura Ace aero levers
    Thomson Seatpost
    Brooks Saddle
    Avid Road Mech brakes
    Dura Track Cranks
    959 Pedals
    Phil Wood Disc Hubs and Spokes
    Mavic open pro CD rims
    Hutchison CX tires
    Nice bikes! Nice spec! Just curious, how's the swallow ride? I ride Swifts, and have a chance to pick up one of the 100 or so Swallows coming into the U.S. It's a lot of money for a saddle, so I was hoping to find out how it feels, and if it seems like it'll hold up.
    'Preciate any info. Again, great looking stable, man!

    the los
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    Quote Originally Posted by sslos
    Nice bikes! Nice spec! Just curious, how's the swallow ride? I ride Swifts, and have a chance to pick up one of the 100 or so Swallows coming into the U.S. It's a lot of money for a saddle, so I was hoping to find out how it feels, and if it seems like it'll hold up.
    'Preciate any info. Again, great looking stable, man!

    the los
    Not broken in yet (only two rides) but is fairly comfortable so far. Looks like Brooks did their homework, as you would expect.

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    I have the Swift

    I wanted a Swallow but ... just could not make the spend ... sure looks nice... the swift is really nice ... Ti rails as well ... may even cut it down to Swallow size at a later date ... anyone cut down a brooks before ... used to be (back in the days when I did a lot of road work) a popular mod.

    Nice bikes

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    Mighty Tempting Pie

    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    You are obviously suffereing from some sort of Ti fetish or maybe it's an addiction. I think the only way to cure it is to start buying the bikes for your best friends here on the board. Can I make my best friend some espresso chocolate swirl cheesecake?
    But I still have my eye on a few more for me first.

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    droooooool

    nice bike! i wouldn't change a thing on those specs. absolute dream bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by neville
    Finally the way it's going to stay.(for now)

    PISSOFF #22 CX SS Disc frame
    Wound Team CX Disc fork
    CK headset
    Thomson Stem
    Nitto Moustache bar
    Dura Ace aero levers
    Thomson Seatpost
    Brooks Saddle
    Avid Road Mech brakes
    Dura Track Cranks
    959 Pedals
    Phil Wood Disc Hubs and Spokes
    Mavic open pro CD rims
    Hutchison CX tires

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