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    Please post pics of your bikes here (Gallery)

    at least one of each you have ( )

    so they are better to find







    cheers chris
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    one of

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    Mine

    1. Waltworks 29er
    2. Jamis (inexpensive SS conversion)- acts as geared bike (1x9) when necessary.
    3. Bianchi Pista doing commuter duty

    I need to resize the photos of my '92 Cannondale Track bike- all original.

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    Strongbow or Bust!!!!
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    The Tractor

    My plowin' machine galore. Next on my SS hit list is my '88 Trek 400 w/semi-horz drops, and one of my Jamis HT's. Film @11

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    mine...

    in no particular order:

    La Belle Dame en Rose: '04 Surly 1x1


    the new baby: '05 custom Titus Racer X

    (currently sporting a Manitou Skareb Super-80)

    my first love: '01 Trek 8000


    not pictured: 2 roadies
    '01 Trek 5200
    '00 Bianchi Giro

    also not pictured:
    '76 Motobecane Nomad
    and various other frames & parts

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    "where are you not going so fast?" (question asked to cyclist on a trainer)

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    My fleet

    Stable


    Trail bike (Giant VT)


    Roadie (Orbea Volata)


    Grocery getter (Cdale M700) (converted SS)


    Saddle less Main ride (Kona Unit)


    The saddle broke and was sent to ProNet for warranty replace/repair.

    Not individually pictured are my son's rides, Diamondback Octane 24 and Trek KDR1000 roadie.

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    m ,mn.,m.
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    my ss

    Here is my Jericho....
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    first is the fixation, then my schwinn which is about to get a make over, then the centurion which is also about to get a make over. then my latest score which is gonna be ss too via an eno hub. and this is just single speeds.
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    My favorite 2

    My Banshee SS and the Id
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    my new prototypeframe for my own bikes


    german "singlestar" cog


    EBB


    a 29er will follow soon

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    My SS stable

    80's Schwinn World Traveller (Commuter)
    Zion 853 EBB (ss mtb)
    Converted Nashbar steel frame (kids trailer hauler)
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlestoph
    Anotherone
    my new prototypeframe for my own bikes


    german "singlestar" cog


    EBB


    a 29er will follow soon
    That's a beauty !

    The color looks similer to a custom frame I did for a friend of mine .
    We used Glow in the dark clear coat ..... Glow in the dark is the new pink !
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    The Buckler

    World, meet the Buckler.

    I haven't ridden her off road yet because of her namesake buckled chain stay. Yesterday I sleeved and bolted the offending member with a section of Titec Hellbent bar and she's good to go.

    And no, I won't reveal the name of the builder... I don't want 10k of these things on the trails.

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    ooops here a pic of my bike

    Here's a pic of the bike with the glow in the dark clear coat .
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    That's a slick ride

    I like the paint job... so pure and flawless

    You back from N. Cal ?

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    Trail bike
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    Fix
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    Commuter
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    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    The finest of my stable

    These are the MTBs, two SS and a geary. I have a couple roadies and three more SS bikes which I built for fun and to sell. I'm working on a couple more projects as well.
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    I don't have a SS YET, but one will come.
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    I don't have a SS YET, but one will come.
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    I don't have a SS YET, but one will come.
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    Most recent photo I've got.
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    Devolution is real!
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    How do I delete my posts?

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    That's gonna leave a mark
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    A few of mine

    IF Deluxe 1x1 1997 frame:



    Dyna Cruiser 1x1:


    Santa Cruz VP Free:


    My other geared full suspension freeride rig:


    Not pictured: Turner 5*, IF Deluxe gearie, LeMond Zurich, Kona Bear Deluxe and a Zaskar LE converted to trials.
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    Not because I'm fast.....
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    Ok, I'll play too.....
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    darrrrrrr...
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    phuck it!

    p.s. I NEED a Pugsley

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    Quote Originally Posted by PickledFish
    darrrrrrr...
    hahahaha man i love that bike. to bad your leavin for college tomrrow....lame
    On the other hand, the human spirit is hard to kill. Punk is a microcosm of the human spirit. Punks succeed with their minds, not their brute force. They advance society by their diversity, not their conformity. They motivate others by inclusion, not domination-Greg Graffin(Bad Religion)

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    heres my 2 babies
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    What fork are you running on the Kona? and how does your Magura brake arch attach to the fork?
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    forks are orange. not sure of the model. E8 or something maybe? much prefer them to P2s. love the shape of them.

    the magura brake arches just fit over the bolts on the brakes. not directly to forks. the bosses on the forks are on the reverse side.

    cheers

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    ... and if we just ... My rides...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadexpunk
    the magura brake arches just fit over the bolts on the brakes. not directly to forks. the bosses on the forks are on the reverse side.
    The bosses being on the trailing side is what threw me. What's the fork made of? How's the weight?
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    Drutherless Dreadfish...

    glowing ion in the light.
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    steel (i think!) and light! dunno the exact weight. not important. they just look grrrreaaat!!!

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    And it's actually a 2x3, but hey, no derailleurs!

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    My buddy's SS conversion

    Converted Fuji Outland


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    Quote Originally Posted by toyota200x
    How do I delete my posts?
    you can not delete
    but overwrite your postings

    for example taking ther gears of the bike
    make another picture
    and
    post it there

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    this is all until the new rim arrives from nashbar, such a good deal it has me considering building a matching front wheel.... the poor CR-18 never stood a chance, hope the Mavic M121 holds up better....

    I am CHEAP

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by PickledFish
    darrrrrrr...

    Tht cow bike rules man, nice ride!

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    FoShizzlespeeds

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    and one dirty picture...



    29er flavor


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    Most of mine

    Couple to come in a few weeks
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    ... and if we just ... my Rigor Mootis / UNO

    ...for this forum - i decided to just show the SS! ...a recent shot taken at Tahoe with some Granite boulders in the background! ...gotta love Tahoe on a SS!
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    My Squishy geary


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    bar/xc/dj/loaner/all purpose bike. i beat this thing to sh!t i love it. a more unique/glamorous ss currently being built however

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    My Bikes

    MY bikes, an 02 IF deluxe singlespeed, 03 Epic comp and an 05 Orbea Orca.
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    Marin and Bontrager

    One SS, one gear'd...The steel Marin is being swapped for a Ti Marin as soon as I get the time. Probably this weekend.
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    sspin...props to the PDG 90! mine's the following year ('92)...lugged & silver brazed, not TIGed.



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    Here's mine..

    1. Schwinn SS Cruiser.
    2. Santa Cruz Blur hanging from the rafters for over a year now
    3. Cannondale 1FG
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    Old Bike. 34T X 20T





    New Bike. 33T X 21T


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    Te mortuo heres tibi sim?
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    200? Bianchi Eros convert to fixed with an ENO rear wheel. Now with regular drops, and Cane Creek drop levers for brake/grabbing duty. gets most of my commute and road mileage time. i. love. this. bike.

    fixed/free Crosscheck. grocery and bad weather commute/road ride. once in a rare while i'll strip the fenders/rack off and go hit a local trail. fixed there on the road, flip the wheel to the easier free gear for the trail.

    Ionic Johnny Rotten EBB SS. haven't been on it much lately. new squishy bike, and i just can't take the rigid any longer. too harsh on my wrists/shoulders, even with good gloves/grips/fatty tires. got a slightly used fork e-bay buy coming for it. sold the sussy fork i was running on it; bad move. one i have the front end with some more cushion, it'll get much more use. i tend to ride this one far more in the winter than the summers.

    my precious..... Peyto Wild Bill do it all bike. me likey. with the Pike up front, it'll go up or down nearly anything. nearly. usually what prevents said up or down is either rider error, or lack of testicular fortitude. this has been my most versatile/favourite bike i've ever had. room for up to a 2.7 tire in back, can takeup to a 7" DC fok if i want. 69deg head angle with the Pike at 140mm. great on my everyday trails, at lift serviced stuff, around town playing around, and everything else i've done with.

    ah, the squishy new love. Supergo Weyless-67 (a Bullit clone, simple single pivot) now has a Boxxer Ride on the front, rather than the Z-150 pictured. it makes the ride. 6-7" in back, adjustable front from 133-178mm. climbs very well for how beefy it is, especially nice being able to lower a dual crown fork down for the climbs! by no means suplanting the Peyto, but it did stir pangs of jealousy in her heart for a bit.
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    The trifecta

    Three bikes all regularly ridden...I have no off-road geared machines.

    The crosscheck is fixed gear w/ 44 mutanos...

    The rockhopper was a gift from some mechanic friends...I teach mountain biking and this is a perfect bike for rides with kids....(I like riding it with flip flops)


    The custom high ti 29er...pretty much the sweetest bike ever....
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    Here's mine:



    It's an old 92 Kona Explosif (re-sprayed) with original Project II forks. Mainly used for flying around town but sometimes gets let out on the trails.

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    Here is my current SS

    but not for long. Up for sale as I found a titanium Yeti Road Project that I had to have.
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    Ride to eat, Eat to ride.

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    Ride to eat, Eat to ride.

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    Here is my 1FG rigid. Hope xc hubs on 717s, Thomson stem and post, xlite carbon bars, XTR chainset. Comes in at well under 20lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattman
    These are the MTBs, two SS and a geary. I have a couple roadies and three more SS bikes which I built for fun and to sell. I'm working on a couple more projects as well.
    My bike smokes those bikes:

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    My SS And my Giant XTC.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Zion 853 EBB

    It's steel, it's rigid and it's fast....mmmbwaaaaahaaaaahaaaah.... IT LIVES !!!!

    Anatomy of a Monster:

    NEW BODY PARTS:

    Zion 853 EBB, 19" (w/eccentric bottom bracket)
    Surly 1x1 Rigid fork
    Cane Creek S2 headset
    Wheels - Sun Ryno Lites with Surly SS Disc hubs
    16-tooth bmx-style freewheel (screw-on)
    Sette Edge stem
    Sette APX carbon seatpost
    Lizard Skin lock-on grips
    8-speed chain

    STOLEN BODY PARTS:

    Avid Mechanical Discs w/Speed Dial Levers (from the la-bor-atry of Dr Franken-Klein)
    RaceFace Prodigy cranks (w/22/32 chainrings)
    Easton EC70 carbon riser bars (from my now headless Giant home-brew SS)
    Seat (borrowed from my Jekyll... still searching for unsuspecting donor....)
    Rear tire - Klein Death Grip 2.3
    Front tire - Continental Vertical 2.3

    I LOVE THIS BIKE..... MMBWAAAAAAHAAAHAAAAAH !!!!!
    That's "DOCTOR" MontclairBobbyB....
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    Here's my KM, which now sports a WB fork.

    And my personal Indigo Cycles...

    Missing are my Bianchi Cuss and my Primer grey Giant SS beater
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    My other bikes...........

    Jamis Dakar, Jamis Eureka, Jamis Cross-Country, 1988 Trek 400T (I bought it new) and my Nirve Beach Cruiser.

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    a couple more

    my inbred and pinkenstein - pink frame spare part surgery disaster :-)
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    Rich Adams SS

    Just posting the SS... RIch Adams steel SS, built with old parts from my old MTB... converted King hubs soon to put on Avid mech disc/IRO wheelset. Upgrading as I get cash. Fun as hell, it was the only mtb I had at the start of the season and rode it 3 times a week, got the new geared mtb and wow I was hell lot faster ha...


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    here are my bikes:

    04er Spot Titanium "Hillary":









    94er Marin TeamTitanium "Gladys":






    Surly CrossCheck "Nancy":



    Happy Trails

    Alex/Alti

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    Here's my 1994 Steel Stumpjumper:

    32/18 - 24 lb.
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    And my 1995 Vision R40

    Very comfy to ride
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    And my 2005 Heckler

    Like Butta
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
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    29er flavor
    i hope those aren't the Hope trials brakes?
    pay me

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    my sweets:


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    Here are mine:

    2000 Supergo Access Ti frame
    C'dale aluminum P-bone rigid fork
    Cane Creek headset
    Weyless stem
    Kore XC riser bar
    DEAN Ti post
    Flite saddle
    UN-73 BB
    Kooka cranks with Blackspire 34T SS ring and Raceface bash
    Bonty Race X wheels with 16T rear cog
    XT V-brakes (Avid BB mechs/A2Z adapter/rigid disc brake fork next weekish)
    Man-O-War magnesium platforms
    Very Light

    2004 Kamis Komodo FX
    01 Marzocchi Z3 air 100 fork
    Cane Creek headset
    Weyless DH shorty stem
    Performance carbon riser bar
    Deore shifters
    LX/XT derailleurs
    Truvativ 5D crank on UN72 BB
    Deore/Mavic X223 wheels with Kenda Stick-E front/Tioga DH 2.3 tires
    PD-M545 pedals
    HEAVY!!
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    IT1(SW) USN
    2K Access Ti SS magic 32/20
    2K4 Jamis Komodo SS magic 32/20

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    Just the SS

    Here is my Single
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    "Whereas Motoman's bike looks like an industrial, TinkerToy experiment gone horribly wrong." - Aquaholic

    Ti
    Misfit

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    the just finished rebuild of my 93 Kona.







    now it's time to use the Surly to lure someone else into the sport.

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    Here is my pride and joy!!

    Ahem, well, maybe not!!!
    hehe

    Here are my Actual bikes!


    My commuter will be a singlespeed very soon and will also feature studded tyres in anticipation of winter! However the flat pedals will stay!! Flatty pride!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!11
    I also have a couple bmx's, just don't have any pics at the mo.

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