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    That is a stunner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomit View Post
    Lockhart Basin out & back in Moab. From Horrah pass to hwy 211 & return.

    It was like white rim's evil twin brother. Kicked my ass. 95 degree day, ~98 miles, lots of sand and a fair amount of HAB. Looked like I had enough water at halfway point.....then quickly ran out with 30 miles left and no one around. Definitely suffered from pretty severe heat exhaustion/dehydration for the last hour, feeling nauseous/faint, exerting any energy pedaling uphill made me feel like I was gonna pass out so I walked a lot. Got back to the truck and my head felt like it was swelling up, still not sure what that meant....but I don't think it's good.

    would not recommend that shitty trail, ever.
    Damn dude! you could've died.

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    Just bought her this morning! Went out for a ride on my local single track and loved every second of it, this is my first SS bike and I am totally hooked. Its so light and quiet!

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    Those are a great out of the box deal! You'll have lots of fun on that one!

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    What's up with this heat, I'm ready for fall already.

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    Ive been riding in a new to me location for the last few months, its called the "Noquomanan Trail Network" here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Beautiful, rugged country that is buried under 300+ inches of snow 7 months out of the year. Riding my rigid Dean on these trails keeps my attention. This trail Im on is called the "Epic" trail. Its a nice loop that will let you know your condition level quickly, while throwing steep short technical ascents, tight twisting trails and even more technical descents. Ive discovered a 45 minute "short" loop Im riding 2-3 times a week while getting a longer multiple hour ride on the weekends. Im not really used to riding this Dean since I just bought it and only have 20 or so miles on it. Im noticing Im getting myself into trouble by coming into technical sections way too hot, this thing flies downhill, its got a real bmx feel to it which drives me to really open it up, but then Ill come into a rock garden and things get dicey....
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    Quote Originally Posted by evad nosam View Post
    Ive been riding in a new to me location for the last few months, its called the "Noquomanan Trail Network" here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Beautiful, rugged country that is buried under 300+ inches of snow 7 months out of the year. Riding my rigid Dean on these trails keeps my attention. This trail Im on is called the "Epic" trail. Its a nice loop that will let you know your condition level quickly, while throwing steep short technical ascents, tight twisting trails and even more technical descents. Ive discovered a 45 minute "short" loop Im riding 2-3 times a week while getting a longer multiple hour ride on the weekends. Im not really used to riding this Dean since I just bought it and only have 20 or so miles on it. Im noticing Im getting myself into trouble by coming into technical sections way too hot, this thing flies downhill, its got a real bmx feel to it which drives me to really open it up, but then Ill come into a rock garden and things get dicey....
    Nice, I am going to be in Autrain for a week in August, I may have to venture over and check out some of these trails, single speed style of course!
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    Better yet you'll 25 minutes from Marquette and the nat'l recognized trail network "The South Trails" which belong to the NTN, one of the best trail systems Ive ever ridden. Granted I lived within a 1/4 mile of this network, so I rode it everyday. Well marked.

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    getting some glam shots while changing into rain gear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flat Ark View Post


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    Hey, I think that's my old bike.

    Got a new SS now


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmo View Post
    Hey, I think that's my old bike.

    Got a new SS now


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    Haha! Yep! Still going strong!

    I "almost" sold it a couple of weeks ago to buy a Stache but backed out. How are you liking the Stache?

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    The stache is a lot of fun. The plus tires roll over everything. Might try setting it up with 27.5 wheels

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    Ellsworth Evolve SST.2

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    6hr mid winter xc race on Sunday.

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    I just recently put the finishing touches on this one by converting it from 1x9 to SS. This rig began life as a $700 Performance Access nine years ago, and then evolved one piece at a time into what you see today. (not a single original part is left! lol)

    My friends finally talked me into joining the SS dark side, and I can't believe I waited this long to do so. I absolutely LOVE this bike -- moreso than I ever did with gears!

    FRAME: 2013 XMI IP-057, 17.5", BSA, UD Carbon
    FORK: RockShox 29er SID World Cup (100mm travel, 15mm Maxle Lite)
    HANDLEBAR: Easton Haven Carbon, 711mm, Low Rise (20mm), 31.8mm, 9deg bend, 5deg upsweep
    GRIPS: Oury Lock-on Grips (red)
    STEM: FSA OS99 CSI Carbon, 90mm, +/- 6 deg, 31.8mm clamp, Ti hardware
    HEADSET: NECO (1-1/8" to 1.5" )
    BRAKES:
    --Front: Shimano XTR Trail (M988) w/180mm Icetech rotor
    --Rear: Shimano XTR Trail (M988) w/160mm Icetech rotor
    SHIFTERS: N/A
    CRANKSET:
    --FSA Pro Team Carbon ATB 175mm (set up 1x)
    --Blackspire Mono Veloce 32T Chainring (unramped, black)
    --BBG 32T Bashguard (red)
    BOTTOM BRACKET: FSA MegaEXO (73/68mm)
    CHAINGUIDE: Hope 1X
    PEDALS: VP Components VP-001 (red)
    FRONT DERAILLEUR: N/A
    REAR DERAILLEUR: SRAM X.9, Short cage
    CASSETTE: Origin8 Single Speed Kit, 20T Cog.
    TENSIONER: Surley Singleator
    CHAIN: SRAM PC991 9-speed
    SADDLE: WTB Rocket V Pro
    SEATPOST: XMI Carbon IP-SP4, UD
    TIRES:
    --Front: Schwalbe Rocket Ron 29x2.25
    --Rear: Maxxis Ikon EXO/EXC 29x2.2
    WHEELSET:
    --Front Rim: Stans Arch, 29", 32H
    --Rear Rim: Stans Arch EX, 29", 32H
    --Front Hub: Hadley Disc ISO, 32H, 15mm QR, Red (H600100 XC Type),
    --Rear Hub: Hadley SDH Disc, 32H, 142mm x 12mm Thru-Axle, 72 POE, Red (H600135), with Shimano M988 XTR 142mm Skewer
    --Spokes: DT Swiss w/red nipples
    WEIGHT: ~21.8 lbs w/pedals
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    Reeb Dikyelous w/ Gates Carbon Drive

    New ride. Diggin it.
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    ride mo gravel...

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    The other day. Needs more off-leash training with this guy, but we're getting there.

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    No pics but got 12 miles after work on my Jones Plus SS where in addition to Deer Flies getting stuck in my helmet vents, I managed to inhale various insects multiple times, mostly during climbs. Great Ride!!

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    Untitled by tk_1971, on Flickr

    Quick up and down the fire road.

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    That's some low gearing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NordieBoy View Post
    That's some low gearing...
    32x24t so I can climb some of the shorter steeper sections (up to 20's & 30's % grade according to Strava). Overall, it's about 1400ft over 3.7 miles and I remain seated most of the way up. My best time up was under 44 minutes.

    I do have a 20t, 18t and a 16t ready to go when I get stronger.


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    Just way too much Giggity today!

    Ride #3 on the Solo One SE. Did an 11 miler, approx 1400', today on the Oats Peak Trail at Montana de Oro State Park. This was one of the main trails I bought this crate to ride on. It's an "out n' back" along with an absolutely necessary diversion to catch the Beebe trail bypass on the way down that reconnects to Oats. All grins and giggles...and yes, lots of talcum powder-like dust. It summertime!

    I'm frankly astonished at how fun it was CLIMBING on this bike, but the downhill was just as much giggity. I can't put my finger on the stoke this thing has inspired. My wife was hiking in the park while I rode just a bit over an hour and a quarter with a fellow single-speeder and asked me after the ride "what made it so much fun?" referring to my comment about the bike and I honestly still can't come up with an answer. It just was!

    So far I'm relatively impressed with these Kenda Honey Badger Pro DTC's. Especially at $50/pair. I went tubeless with them yesterday so I was aired down to 24F/28R and they really did well on this mixed terrain. I'd love to think this is a good combo I can stick with so we'll see how they wear and how they stick as my confidence and the newness of 9'r wears off.

    Anyway, here's a pic of the upper entrance of the Beebe Trail diverting off Oats Pk trail and the bottom pic is from a hike-a-bike diversion near the end of Oats Pk Tr looking at Valencia Pk with a smooth Pacific Ocean hiding in the overcast gray on either side. If you look closely, my water bottle is ooooozing flowy single track as it sits there.

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    OMS, that trail looks like so much fun. Don't get hung up as to why it's fun. Those pics say it all.


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    Headed out yesterday for a big ride....I refer to it as a 4 Park Ride here in the OC. Quail Hil l- Aliso/Wood Canyon - Laguna Coast Wilderness Park - El Moro State Park. Chose this route because it was next to the coast and it was supposed to be warm. Well, I forget about the humidity that close to the coast.

    The original route was 55 miles / 10k' ascent. About mile 40 going up "I Think I Can" in El Moro at noon, got cooked in the fully exposed sun. Had to pull the plug and not do the additional down and up that was planned....plus we were still 12 miles from the start with some mandatory climbing.

    Definitely not one of my better days....this year the heat seems to be affecting more so than last year.

    Still a fun day on the bike.


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    Stopped during my lunch loop at the ride thru shack for a bit of shade and Calavera trail art.

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    First time taking the SS abroad. Perfect bike for the job and a joy to pack and lug around on the plane compared to these new fangled contraptions with bits hanging off them asking to be damaged by baggage handlers

    Mainly been exploring some beautiful Scandinavian singletrack but had a quick bimble at the weekend to rest the legs and see a bit of the coast. Lovely part of the world and the cycling infrastructure is incredible

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    Always hard to show how fun trails are but here's a quick snap to give a flavour of the forests in Sweden. Non-stop bedrock (?), roots, loam, right to roam anywhere... what's not to like

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    Another day, another loamy singletrack ride with beautiful lake views. The trails around Delsjon Lake are a bit tight and nadgery and I had and incident with a tree jumping out on me but otherwise another cracker of a ride after work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-W View Post

    Another day, another loamy singletrack ride with beautiful lake views. The trails around Delsjon Lake are a bit tight and nadgery and I had and incident with a tree jumping out on me but otherwise another cracker of a ride after work

    What fork do you have on that Highball? I have a couple buddies I've been riding with, since I bought my rigid SS, that have newer Highball builds but both have suspension forks. One just put the new 2016 Fox 34 on his. I'm looking at keeping SS on the simple and economical and am already thinking what I want my next SS to be. The Highball is a nice platform but I'd rather do something like yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    What fork do you have on that Highball? I have a couple buddies I've been riding with, since I bought my rigid SS, that have newer Highball builds but both have suspension forks. One just put the new 2016 Fox 34 on his. I'm looking at keeping SS on the simple and economical and am already thinking what I want my next SS to be. The Highball is a nice platform but I'd rather do something like yours.
    The fork is a Kinesis XI. Main deciding factor for me in selecting this rigid fork was that it is lightish (697g), has a taller AC height than most others (490mm which really helps the overall ride) and is good value (much cheaper than the Salsa carbon fork or Whiskey forks which are the only others that are light and have a decent AC height). Only "negative" you may perceive is that they are QR only. SC Highball SS dropout are QR only too so it is actually a good match and easier to find spares when out travelling for QR's than the multitude of bolt thru standards out there. Ride is very rigid and secure and is a recent shootout between Whiskey QR and bolt thru forks the testers were unable to feel much difference. Similar story with the Kinesis I feel. Anyway, if the forks are good enough for Mike Hall to smash across the Tour Divide then they are good enough for me

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    Followed a Singletracks ride today and did it both ways in addition to the ride to and from the trails.
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    Super tight and hard to find flow in the trees but a good technical challenge (here is one of the rare straight, wider sections)....

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    ...and every now and then yet another lake jumps out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-W View Post
    Followed a Singletracks ride today and did it both ways in addition to the ride to and from the trails.
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    Super tight and hard to find flow in the trees but a good technical challenge (here is one of the rare straight, wider sections)....

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    Stunning! Very enviable, haven't been able to get out much--thanks for the photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slohr View Post
    Stunning! Very enviable, haven't been able to get out much--thanks for the photos!
    No worries, it is indeed a beautiful part of the world. I have barely ridden in the past few months too and the whole point of SS for me is to have an uncomplicated bike to just get out there and not over think things too much in the (sadly rare) moments I do have time. Even an hour on the SS exploring is more fun than almost any other ride or bike... just grab the bike and give 'er

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    Great to see the photos, hope you keep posting them up!

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    After a couple months of tinkering, I'm starting to feel happy with the fit of my new singlespeed.



    Also picked up a Backcountry Research Awesome Strap, which is proving great for keeping a sweaty bit of rubber off my back and for making my bike look 10% more badass.



    I know some folks round here think these straps are stupid, so please flame away.



    Lastly but not leastly, I was visited by my spirit animal today during my lunch ride.
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    ^^Your images are toast. Not seeing anything...and I really wanted to see an awesome strap in use. There was potential here for awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oh My Sack! View Post
    ^^Your images are toast. Not seeing anything...and I really wanted to see an awesome strap in use. There was potential here for awesome.
    That's weird--they show up on my computer. Trying again...

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    I also couldn't see the pics, but can see them in this last post. Like the strap!
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    Quote Originally Posted by heartland View Post
    Also picked up a Backcountry Research Awesome Strap, which is proving great for keeping a sweaty bit of rubber off my back and for making my bike look 10% more badass.

    I know some folks round here think these straps are stupid, so please flame away.
    lol, that's the first time i've heard anyone say that it made their bike look more badass. definitely MTBR's favorite punchline. you'll probably survive so long as you stay away from the Off Camber blabbermouth crowd.

    I couldn't see the pics before either, but now i can.
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    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    Hit up some classic Pisgah techy stuff on Sunday with a buddy.

    Stop before dropping into the fun stuff on Bennett
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    buddy snapped a quick pic of me later on Black
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    lol, that's the first time i've heard anyone say that it made their bike look more badass.
    Haha... A lame attempt at humor on account of being convinced by my inner 14 year old to buy the strap with a skull and crossbones pattern.
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    Skull strap looks awesome I have a "handy strap" from Mt Zoom which is far less cool... sorry badass Never used it under the saddle, just on the seatpost but your solution is probably tidier. Trails look cool too, but is that a slack chain I spy?

    Loving the look of the rocky trails you posted up nitrous!

    Had another explore today. I thought the massive amount of rain here in Sweden would make me feel at home (UK) but the ground dries very fast. Some lovely flowy, rocky heathland riding today with lots of line choices all over the place- perfect for rigid SS where every gem of a line through the rough counts and much more up my alley compared to some of the very tight forest stuff I've been riding lately.Enjoy!

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    haven't done any big adventures lately on the SS. none of my friends ride SS so all my adventure rides seem to be on the Krampus lately, which may be converted soon... there is a 6 hour race coming up i'd like to do on the SS but it's very rough/rooty terrain and would make for a long race on a rigid bike. i did it last year on my hardtail and wished i had FS. why am i considering doing it on a rigid this year? my only explanation is that i want to race it more, and do more endurance events, and this is one of the only ones around. (i just did a 24 hour a week ago but rode the geared hardtail.) i'll be doing a pre-race test ride to see how i feel about it after a couple hours of getting the snot pounded out of me. we'll see.

    been doing some loops on my local trails. lots of short steep climbs and because it's been so hot and dry this summer, everything is covered in loose over hard or sandy, dusty stuff. still fun but i miss hero dirt. hopefully it rains more this fall.

    here's a couple recent rides.
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    Stop asking how much it weighs and just go ride it.

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    FYI Krampus as SS is a RIOT!
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    Took the Unit out for some sloppy gravel grinding to get to the End of the world...looking down on the red rocks of Sedona

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    Cracking views and some healthy elevation on that ride!

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    Last ride before heading home so you'll be pleased to know this is the last pic for a while This evening I strung together my favourite climbs and descents of my past 3 weeks in Sweden and had a blast. Definitely be bringing the bike back! There were thunderstorms for the last few days which has made the grippy rocks slick and the loam in between absolutely beautiful. Pictures never show how steep or rocky a trail is but needless to say I ran out of puff going up in these conditions and pushed up for another go down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-W View Post
    Last ride before heading home so you'll be pleased to know this is the last pic for a while This evening I strung together my favourite climbs and descents of my past 3 weeks in Sweden and had a blast. Definitely be bringing the bike back! There were thunderstorms for the last few days which has made the grippy rocks slick and the loam in between absolutely beautiful. Pictures never show how steep or rocky a trail is but needless to say I ran out of puff going up in these conditions and pushed up for another go down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan-W View Post
    Last ride before heading home so you'll be pleased to know this is the last pic for a while This evening I strung together my favourite climbs and descents of my past 3 weeks in Sweden and had a blast. Definitely be bringing the bike back! There were thunderstorms for the last few days which has made the grippy rocks slick and the loam in between absolutely beautiful. Pictures never show how steep or rocky a trail is but needless to say I ran out of puff going up in these conditions and pushed up for another go down

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    I love riding that terrain on my SS. I don't bomb it, just try to be as smooth and silent as possible. I like the consistent steering with the rigid fork too, makes it much easier to "razor" lines. Nice trails!

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    Technically the ride was finished at this point, but it wasn't in the car yet!

    Riding Chukkar Butte in Boise, out to Connie, up a few miles, and back. Lots of technical (to me) rocky sections, that were surprisingly easier on the ROS than my rigid SIR. Great ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slohr View Post
    I love riding that terrain on my SS. I don't bomb it, just try to be as smooth and silent as possible. I like the consistent steering with the rigid fork too, makes it much easier to "razor" lines. Nice trails!
    It's funny because in the pictures the Gothenburg trails look quite rough and I felt I was flowing pretty well- exactly like you say, sniping smooth lines is very rewarding and the ground between the rough was either loamy, sandy or a spiders web of very fine roots which made the smooth line even smoother. However... coming home to trails I know inside out and riding the "smooth" lines I was used to was like having my internal organs assaulted from how rough it was by comparison! The South West trails won't look as impressive in pics but when every rock is slimy and followed by yet another behind causing you to pin ball on to another and so on I soon came to realise there is no such thing as a "smooth" line at home!

    Long story short, the trails around Gothenburg were indeed heavenly for rigid SS even though all the locals I met were on 140+mm trail/ endurbro bikes. If anyone is ever close by then I thoroughly recommend taking the bike- any bike can be damned fun and excel there in its own way so just give 'er!

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    Fisty getting out of it's comfort zone on this washed out rocky descent, most of this ride was on good gravel and road, but I just had to check out this one section of single track that dropped 1300 ft in 3 miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    did a loop around the city today
    Whereabouts is that OneSpeed? Looks great

    Fisty getting out of it's comfort zone on this washed out rocky descent, most of this ride was on good gravel and road, but I just had to check out this one section of single track that dropped 1300 ft in 3 miles
    Always a nice "surprise", especially on SS If you didn't get that extra elevation in then the ride probably wouldn't have been up to your normal crazy standards though

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    Man, do you crush sidewalk concrete when you walk on them??
    Waa???
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    Waa???
    Sorry for the confusion, I was attempting to reply to JMCTAV23's crushing ride when Wordpress took a dump.

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    Hmmm? The photo shows up on my phone. Albeit turned 90 degrees from what I wanted.

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    ^ that shows up as an invalid attachment for me.
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    Hmmm? The photo shows up on my phone. Albeit turned 90 degrees from what I wanted.
    a picture is worth a thousand words, could you describe it to me?
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    Hot, did I mention it was HOT?

    Rode a lot of places that last month were lake ...

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    Into this...



    Went all Fat-BMX style SS to jump around with the kids on their bikes...
    swapped out to as much USA made gear as I could. Profile 40 stem, 175 raw no-boss cranks with 6 7/8 spindle, and 100mm euro internal BB to keep the Q as close as possible. S&M 25T spline drive front. Crupi pivot post. ODI grips. Al's Transit aluminum cruiser bars. Appropriately named RedLine Monster pedals. SINZ chro-mo 13T rear cog. Had a Tioga seat that was super light, but my 8 yr old loved it, so swapped it onto his and ended up with his EZRA kevlar seat. Kept it around 30 lbs still...




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    Dupont State Forest on my Niner ROS9. Awesome day in the trails.





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    Swobo dropped the price on their Mutineer to $489 delivered couldn't resist since that's what I can afford these days & I'm uneasy of borrowing bike from friend. (Had to get rid of my old ride)
    So after 5 rides at different trails in my area I can say really happy my times are close but not has fast to what I was doing on a friend 26" 5" suspension.
    My only changes to stock are a short stem, seat post clamp & thin flat pedals.
    I like the wide handlebar & thought I would swap the seat but pretty decent.
    I will chose tires with smaller knobs when due.
    I like to road ride to trails which are around 45 minutes from my place, the gearing is a good compromise between road&trail.
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    Chrome Creek ride(and HaB).

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    Last couple of weeks we've been living at our family summer house, which is located on an island. Riding on the rocks with the ocean rumbling a few meters away from you, was just fantastic.


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    nice tacky soil was a welcome change thanks to some much needed rain. saw some interesting things yesterday.

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    ^ I want that! Moots SS + lefty = want

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    Damn. Just noticed this after the last ride
    Do you know how that happened? Crash? Or while riding?

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    On top of the world... Or at least it looks like it from here.



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    Do you know how that happened? Crash? Or while riding?
    No crashes. Riding solo. Right on the front of the stanchion.

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    Mtroadie that was an awesome ride!

    Tk1971 that Kona is looking sweet.
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    After a weekend of small rides, I figured I would get in a longer ride today. However it would be different. Slept in til 8:00. Had breakfast. Sat around and watched the WC DH Replay.

    Finally got on my bike at 11:00. I know....usually I am finishing about that time.

    The plan.....Ride from the house, through Oaks/Weir Cyn, over to Chino Hills, do a loop, then head back through Weir/Oaks.

    In my head I had 57 miles and about 7000'. Sent my wife a text that I would be home before dark.

    11am start had me worried a bit about how warm it was gonna be. It actually would not be an issue all day.

    Gotta admit, I didn't feel that great when I rolled out. Legs just felt heavy and tired. Up Oak, down Yucca Ridge then up Coachwhip. Ran into some friends at the top of Deer. Dropped down and headed out to Weir Cyn. Breeze felt good and felt like I was fighting a headwind....again, which had me looking forward to the tailwind on the way home. Out into Weir Cyn and then out the bridal trail. Made a quick stop at Ronald Reagan Park for water before continuing on. Down Wood Chips and onto Santa Ana Canyon. I was making a good effort of not doubling back on the trails if I could avoid it. So I hopped on SART and took the trail to Green River Golf Course. As i approached the new parking spaces that they put in next to the freeway, I was surprised at the 3 different piles of broken window glass. I'd recommend never parking there.:thumbsdown::stop:

    Over the RR tracks and on over to Lower Aliso Trail.



    As soon as I turned on to Lower Aliso, I was smacked in the face by a stout headwind. Wasn't looking forward to this. :cautious: o_O Put my head down and just pedaled. Short time later reached the Rolling M Ranch and refilled my bottles. I was finally starting to feel better.

    Around the corner and started the climb up Southridge to Telegraph. Again, fighting the headwind. By this point I had turned my Garmin onto the map screen so I was not seeing stats, especially my heart rate. Was just gonna go by feel. The climb up went ok...not fast, not slow. Short break at 4 Corners then headed up Bovinian Delight to Southridge.....



    Not a hard trail, but it is getting loose in some spots. It goes by quickly and you reach Southridge. Turned right, and a bunch a series of ups and downs...one stout little climb, then down Diemer. Another right turn on Telegraph and I was heading back up to 4 Corners. Legs were feeling pretty good about this time. At least it felt like I was moving pretty good. Back at 4 Corners in no time and a quick break.



    Raptor takes you over to Faultline.....the 2 combined make for a great fast flowing singletrack. There was quite a strong crosswind in sections...that would cause a little havoc when the front end would get off the ground.




    This drops you down back onto Lower Aliso. It had been a very quiet day out there to this point. However I did have a pair of surprised horse riders.....ooopsies.

    I bypassed the Ranch cause I made the plan of going up Bane Canyon and coming back down Bane Ridge, and knew there was water up a little ways. Made short work of the climb up. Bane Ridge is going to get taken over soon by the Russian Thistle. Again the crosswinds were a little tricky on the high speed singletrack. Hit up a couple more singletracks on the way back out Lower Aliso. Seeing how open most of the trails were, I hopped on to Avulvall Fenceline Trail....today it was great. It becomes impassible when the thistle/tumbleweeds take over.

    This drops me back at the RR tracks.....and the afternoon headwind from hell. Nothing you can do except pedal. Good thing this section goes by quickly. Back out on the bike path heading back to Santa Ana Cyn Rd...this would be one of the small sections that I doubled back on. Instead of heading back up the bridal trails at Serrano, I continued up SA Cyn Rd a little and detoured over into Deer Canyon Preserve.



    I little more climbing over here....but there is also water. Quick refill and I was off. By this time, it was getting late, but I still had about 1.5 hours of daylight. Made my way back into Weir Cyn and back into the Oaks. Was still feeling good so I headed up Deer Trail.



    It was about 6:40 now. I knew daylight was disappearing....so down Chutes into IRP. Hopped on Santiago Creek Trail and ran into some more friends. Quick stop for socializing. Back on my way, up/down the Dam Hill, down Pony Trail, and around on my extra credit loop to Sage Ridge. Thought I was gonna run short on the 8000'....I made the right hand turn and climbed the 1st B/Oak to the first Gazebo. Turned back and finally headed home.

    Made it home after dark....missed it by about 1/2 hour :cry: . Oh well....I did much more than I had l planned when I left. I probably would have stayed out longer, had I had the daylight.

    Was really surprised how dead the parks were given that it was a holiday.....not that I am complaining.

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    bump for fall stoke...

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    Short and sweet SS ride this morning.




    I found someone's beer stash at the top.




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    I only brushed past it! Honest!
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    I took my kids up Oak Knoll in Carrabassett Valley Maine yesterday. It was a great ride with beautiful weather. The scenery was epic, just past the peak of the foliage colors (lots of leaves on the ground!). My 11 year old daughter and I were both on SS and my 10 year old was on her older Trance (I am working on converting her to a single speed rider )













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    My bike as it sits today. 2013 Specialized CarveSL. Wheels are Stans Flow EX mounted on orange Hope Pro 4 hubs with their SS rear hub. Just swapped out the carbon chisel rigid fork with a Manitou Marvel Pro with 15mm thru. I loved the rigid but it was starting to take it's toll. I got that Marvel as a four ride takeoff from my lbs. basicslly brand new for a can't say no price.
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    Got to ride the Allegrippis trails at Raystown Lake in PA.

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    Sunday ride, 29+ perfect for the job

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    My daily ride to work. Hard to beat Fall riding... hero dirt, perfect temperatures and changing colors.
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    Sunday ride, 29+ perfect for the job
    Dang dude those trails look so buff I'd think my cross bike would be perfect for the job...where's this at BTW?

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    Dang dude those trails look so buff I'd think my cross bike would be perfect for the job...where's this at BTW?
    That's Thunder Mtn in Red Canyon, Dixie National Forest, UT. There are some sections before and after those pics where you'd likely not want a cross bike. Looseness and steeps in spots made the 29+ a real winner.

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    Loving the new coat of paint on the old Blue Engin cycles. New (to me) fork and a new set of wheels. Light bicycle rims at 30mm wide and some new Vittoria Mezcal tires with Graphene at 18psi. Riding really well so far.
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    My favorite trail. Jake/Bull Mtn in GA



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    Someone set that bike up right!! Looks good Country!

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    Got out for a shake down trail ride for the first time this year. Did a quick 4 miles this past Wednesday at the Bacon Ridge trail in Crownsville, MD.








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    Then i got to test it out this morning with a quick 3.5 mile loop at the same place. i didn't stop this time as I was only able to ride for a little bit but I love this fork!


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    Quote Originally Posted by worrptangl View Post
    Got out for a shake down trail ride for the first time this year. Did a quick 4 miles this past Wednesday at the Bacon Ridge trail in Crownsville, MD.
    Awesome bike! 2:30 min north and west of you in LaVale. Do you have a lot of riding options down your way? My son and I just rode an awesome new IMBA trail at Deep Creek Lake state park--if you're ever out this way, be sure to bring your bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slohr View Post
    Awesome bike! 2:30 min north and west of you in LaVale. Do you have a lot of riding options down your way? My son and I just rode an awesome new IMBA trail at Deep Creek Lake state park--if you're ever out this way, be sure to bring your bike!
    Yes we have some nice riding out here at Patapsco state Park. I heard that was a nice trail I want to try and get out there next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worrptangl View Post
    Yes we have some nice riding out here at Patapsco state Park. I heard that was a nice trail I want to try and get out there next year.
    I was curious if you might ride there. Still looks like a bit of a haul? I hope to make it down there in the next few weeks. Used to go to that park as a kid in the 70s, but haven't been there to ride.

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    a 28km long trip today enjoying the colors of autumn.



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    Post 20 mile shakedown ride for my SS'ed Banshee Phantom. Was a lot of fun!
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    Someone set that bike up right!! Looks good Country!

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    Cuyamaca SP crossing into Anza Borrego SP Upper Green Valley ST, roughish climb but you are rewarded at the top.

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    Set new distance and climbing PRs for myself last weekend. Prior to 2015, I was lucky to ride once or twice a month. I moved last year and having local trails close by has allowed me to put more and more time on the bike. I've slowly been working my way up, and have finally passed my 50 mile singletrack goal on a rigid SS. Got very close to 1 mile of climbing, but didn't properly prepare for the ride and really needed something to eat before going any further. I've primarily been focused on training for 10-15 mile XC races, so it was a surprise to me that I was able to ride this far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loadnreturn View Post
    My daily ride to work. Hard to beat Fall riding... hero dirt, perfect temperatures and changing colors.
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    My long lost baby is back. Well, technically not lost - I had a brainfart and sold it two years ago. Guy kept in great shape and agreed to sell it back. It was the first Surly frame I bought brand new from the shop and I kept thinking on how stupid I was to sell it for the last two years or so.

    This was most recent ride, just built up, still deciding on handlebars. These bars went on Krampus and I put on Surly Open bars for now, kind of want to pull the trigger on Fairweather B903, I think they would be a killer on this build


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    Wow cool thread i just found. Ive ridden over 4k miles on my ss mtb this year. Will start to share my rides. Is there a strava group like the fatbike forum?

    You can follow me too. https://www.strava.com/athlete/training




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    Quote Originally Posted by coke View Post
    Set new distance and climbing PRs for myself last weekend. Prior to 2015, I was lucky to ride once or twice a month. I moved last year and having local trails close by has allowed me to put more and more time on the bike. I've slowly been working my way up, and have finally passed my 50 mile singletrack goal on a rigid SS. Got very close to 1 mile of climbing, but didn't properly prepare for the ride and really needed something to eat before going any further. I've primarily been focused on training for 10-15 mile XC races, so it was a surprise to me that I was able to ride this far.

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    One 9 rdo? Thats what i am on. 50 miles rigid ss takes upper body too. Dont neglect that as you build up. Ive ridden about 3k miles of rigid singletrack but in Michigan. Shoulders triceps and forearms need to "train" a bit. Pushups dips pullups work. Where do you live?



    My ride sunday was 58 miles, 4.5 hours, 3 trails and some roads. 32 oval 17. https://www.strava.com/activities/768319922

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    Loop in Albuquerque foothills this evening.

    Like it here so far. night riding in shorts in almost mid november.
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    Took the first ride on my new Oddity 29+ yesterday! Man this gonna be a fun ride! Goes up the hills fast and down them as fast as you can hold on. Thing eats up the trail. 67 degree head angle, short 420m stays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaneDetroitCity View Post
    One 9 rdo? Thats what i am on. 50 miles rigid ss takes upper body too. Dont neglect that as you build up. Ive ridden about 3k miles of rigid singletrack but in Michigan. Shoulders triceps and forearms need to "train" a bit. Pushups dips pullups work. Where do you live?
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    Yes it's a One 9 RDO with an enve fork. I was in to weight lifting prior to mountain bikes. I gave up lifting to ride, and noticed my upper body started to shrink. One of the primary reasons I ride rigid now is to get a full body workout.

    I ride mostly around Arkansas. There's a mixture of terrain around here, but most trails are somewhat rough and a majority of riders are on full suspension bikes.
    This 50 mile ride was done on a 5 mile trail that's full of tight switchbacks and short but steep climbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverta View Post
    Took the first ride on my new Oddity 29+ yesterday! Man this gonna be a fun ride! Goes up the hills fast and down them as fast as you can hold on. Thing eats up the trail. 67 degree head angle, short 420m stays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverta View Post
    Took the first ride on my new Oddity 29+ yesterday! Man this gonna be a fun ride! Goes up the hills fast and down them as fast as you can hold on. Thing eats up the trail. 67 degree head angle, short 420m stays.
    Awesome rig! I am in queue for a Feb build from Oddity myself. How tall are you, and where does this bike live? Did you go with paragon for the rear?
    I've been considering going with their bars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlatan View Post
    Awesome rig! I am in queue for a Feb build from Oddity myself. How tall are you, and where does this bike live? Did you go with paragon for the rear?
    I've been considering going with their bars.
    I'm 5'7" I'm from KC. Paragon sliders in the rear. I think the bars are worth it! I haven't had any other bars on it, but like the way they feel. Love the way the bike rides, definitely the fastest rigid bike I've owned.

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    East side of the Sandias on my day off

    Will definitely be making some more training loops out of that stuff. Fun riding, lots of climbing, some flowy, some pretty tech spots on occasion. and lot of embedded rock gardens where it takes a unique combo of finesse and brute force to get up. Reminds me of CO trails without the mtn views.... except I saw two other cyclists all day today.
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    that's a cool shot. looks like your way up there. anyone ever tell you you got your head in the clouds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by socal_jack View Post
    That's Thunder Mtn in Red Canyon, Dixie National Forest, UT. There are some sections before and after those pics where you'd likely not want a cross bike. Looseness and steeps in spots made the 29+ a real winner.
    My favorite trail.

    Agreed on needing a mtb, it's not as buff as it looks.

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    Rebuilt my entire SS drivetrain from scratch to get away from the rear deraileur-style tensioners... replaced everything


    My only concern is the position of the Stinger and the possibility of nailing a log with it.

    Does anyone know if it's ok to flip it so it pushes down on the top chainline, rather than pushing up on the bottom chainline like it is now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
    Does anyone know if it's ok to flip it so it pushes down on the top chainline, rather than pushing up on the bottom chainline like it is now?
    nope.

    the tension becomes very tight on the top of the loop because in the downstroke you're essentially pulling the chain through from the sprocket to the crank. Putting a pivot there to tension would at best create a lot of friction, and most likely fail pretty quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paleh0rse View Post
    My only concern is the position of the Stinger and the possibility of nailing a log with it.

    Does anyone know if it's ok to flip it so it pushes down on the top chainline, rather than pushing up on the bottom chainline like it is now?
    I'd just add a couple of links...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomit View Post
    nope.

    the tension becomes very tight on the top of the loop because in the downstroke you're essentially pulling the chain through from the sprocket to the crank. Putting a pivot there to tension would at best create a lot of friction, and most likely fail pretty quick.
    Damn, I figured as much. Had to ask, though. Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by NordieBoy View Post
    I'd just add a couple of links...
    I wish I could. Unfortunately, the ONLY way I got this to work without hitting the fat chainstay was by using a single halflink in the chain and the 34/21 ring combo. If I go with another full link, or longer, then I'd have to switch it to a push-down config -- which means I'd just end up bashing the chain itself on a rock instead of the Stinger.

    Sadly, the Chinese frame I have is a royal pain the ass when it comes to running SS.

    All is good, though... because this current setup rips!

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    [QUOTE=nomit;12912402]East side of the Sandias on my day off

    Nice post! Thanks for the stava detail. Nice to see the map.

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    Beautiful evening in Albuquerque...

    It's almost thanksgiving, and today's the first day that kinda felt like fall.
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    Granite Bay Dog Style

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    My birthday ride.....on the local trails, pretty simple after riding the big mountains over the weekend.......finished the final build on my single-speed a month ago when I got new wheels (i9 - green anodized), and have mostly ridden it since then........Share your LATEST SS ride...Pics and words-imag0540.jpg
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    Bull Mt ride this past Monday and Todays ride with the old man. Man we need some rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomit View Post
    Beautiful evening in Albuquerque...

    It's almost thanksgiving, and today's the first day that kinda felt like fall.
    Wow what a view

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    Carbon Canyon / Chino Hills State Park on top of the bonus climb.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tk1971 View Post
    Chino Hills State Park on top of the bonus climb.

    I'm not sure your done there, it looks like you have a little more "up" left. good lookin spot though.
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    Some continental divide trail, before it gets completely snowed in

    That climb kinda kicked my ass. First it was steep, then windy, then it was a little bit muddy/pine needle combo, then it was snowy. Unwanted extra resistance the whole way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    I'm not sure your done there, it looks like you have a little more "up" left. good lookin spot though.
    That's where I came from.


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    High Falls, Lake Ontario, and a giant beer keg x-mas tree outside a local brewery. roughly 430 kegs, damn.

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    92 miles and 9k vertical today

    it was a bit nippy.
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    ^ nice! looks like a great spot, and thanks for humbling me.
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    Is that the Carver fork on there - just put that on my vassago and it's pretty freakin rigid....
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    Grippus Maximusser! (but as of now its on the front porch, headed out...soon. night time is the right time.)
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    Grippus Maximusser! (but as of now its on the front porch, headed out...soon. night time is the right time.)
    Definitely some volume, but don't know if I could go back to small knobs

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    Took the new Nature Boy out for a 30-mile ride at 22ļF, and that's before the wind cuts into you. I can't stop riding this thing- I think a CX bike might be the perfect platform for exploring.

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    Put 20 miles on the new Kona Unit, solid bike but not wild about the roational weight of 27.5+, either way its a solid bike.
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    Just picked up this brand new GT Peace 26er. Yes!, new old stock, very old.
    Added some Maxxis Crossmarks, Shimano PD-M520 pedals, BBG chain guard, flat bars, and Jet Black lock-on grips.
    Got a new 100mm Recon Silver fork coming in the mail atm also.
    Going to be a total cost of just under $1000AU once done. Very happy chappie
    Thought about buying the 29er 2016 Kona Unit @ $1180AU atm. But once I added forks etc the price would have blown out plus I'm totally happy with the 26 size tyres anyway.
    Can't wait to ride her

    Big shoutout to Erik from www.crankncycles.co.au
    They have the old Giant Bowery there aswell (new) which I'm eyeing off aswell.
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    Congrads on the good score! Enjoy!

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    SS Gruppen Ride

    Great SS condits at Granite Bay 'til one of our guy's Carver Ti frame cracked...


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    Quote Originally Posted by slohr View Post
    Congrads on the good score! Enjoy!
    Cheers, will do.

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    One of our group was sick, so we went up and down our usual.




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    Nice ride in Annadel, up Canyon, messed around the lake. Decided to head down cobblestone. About 300y down Rough Go, ate shit and broke my wrist. Hiked back up to the lake and rode down one handed. Gorgeous day and a great ride till the wreck.


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    Dang that's a bummer dude! Are you crazy for riding down one handed? No.

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    My Stache 7 is not longer Plus

    Big shoes were removed and now running Bontis 2.3 on Duroc 40 rims (39 mm internal).
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    The Vassago Fisticuff in stage one of touring transformation

    First long shakedown ride with ~25 extra pounds in racks/bags/gear. Uphills with baggage on SS has ushered me in to a whole new level of pain cave. Coast to Coast ride starts in approximately ten days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmctav23 View Post
    Coast to Coast ride starts in approximately ten days.
    sweet, what route are you planning on taking (approximate)? how long will it take? are you bringing extra cogs for mountainous states vs flat states?
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    sweet, what route are you planning on taking (approximate)? how long will it take? are you bringing extra cogs for mountainous states vs flat states?
    Roughly following the southern tier ACA route but trying to avoid the interstate and throw in some gravel along the way. I will have a dingle speed setup with 42-18 as high and 39-20 as low. Staying pretty far south to avoid higher elevations for warmth, I think the highest point on route is along the Geronimo trail road that goes across the AZ-NM border it gets up around 6k feet.

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    Monumental Loop, Southern New Mexico - BIKEPACKING.com

    Link some of this "gravel" in to avoid a stretch of interstate in southern NM. Good luck on the SSouthern Tier!

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    Took my single speed mountain bike out for a spin in the snow....btw, any ideas as to how to get more traction on the front when riding on packed snow or trafficed snow? My front was slipping on pavement with snow. Yet, I could blast through these 3" to 4" snow on grass field with gravels/dirt without any problem.

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    The last day I got to ride my SS DH bike was THIS day in Whistler. The next day on the first run I slid out a broke the tip of my elbow off on the right turn behind me in the first pic. Flew home to Texas the next day and surgery the next. Not deterred at all, my easiest crash just weird circumstances. I LOVE my SS DH bike, all 32lbs of her. Her name is Miesha.
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    lower tire pressure helps a little, but studded tires are the only answer for winter riding on "skinny" tires IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by *OneSpeed* View Post
    lower tire pressure helps a little, but studded tires are the only answer for winter riding on "skinny" tires IMO.
    Is already lowered to 20 psi. I don't mind falling but riding on street with traffics with packed snow.....it can be dangerous.. I see studded tires are the only option. I live in NYC and we don't get a lot of snow.

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    Still sorting the new steed. It's getting closer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by padrefan1982 View Post
    Post 20 mile shakedown ride for my SS'ed Banshee Phantom. Was a lot of fun!
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    evening ride. it was gloomy and overcast just after a rain. i went out to hammer a few hills and it turned into a little more, par for the course. was riding along the river and the clouds broke right at sunset just long enough to take a pic.

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    30 minutes later i was on my way home in the dark and suddenly the rear end got squirmy. flat. nice bit cut right in the tread. bummer. still a good ride.
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    Last weekend at the SnakeTT.

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    Did 20 miles in the Bethpage MTB trail.....

    Single speed...that's how I roll...

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    Some dog walker disposed their dog SSS in a plastic bag....and just left it on the ground...

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    Bethpage is known to have a world class golf course...

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    Seriously nice ride accounts lately. Thanks.

    Winter's freedom from heat makes SS even sweeter at time don't you think?

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    Well, I have been off riding regularly for a year. Yup, SS mountain biking is getting me back into riding...hehehehe.. NYC winter is really long, until late March. The heatwave does not come until June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Burns View Post
    Seriously nice ride accounts lately. Thanks.

    Winter's freedom from heat makes SS even sweeter at time don't you think?
    Heck yes! SS at 50 degrees is more than twice as good as SS at 100 degrees. Math gets tricky but here in the desert we are in prime riding season.
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    It was 71 degrees here yesterday, in the mountains, in January. The group wanted to go ride, but I really thought that all the snow and rain would have the trails in terrible shape, and it'd be a wasted trip. Luckily, the shop owners know better than me. Trails were perfect! And, the single speeders outnumbered the geared bikes too.
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    Did a short but great ride in the North Foothills of the Powder Sugar dusted Watermelon Mountains in Albuquerque, NM on my Trusty Surly Karate Monkey the other day... the 1 hour loop is a great way to end the work day, especially with these views.
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    Well I got out today for something way different.

    Picked up a couple of days of work out in Indio, and instead of driving 130 miles each way for 2 days, I decided to just stay in our timeshare in Palm Springs.

    I planned ahead and brought my bike with me....and I had a plan.

    Got out of work a little later than anticipated, but I was not gonna be denied.

    The plan.....up Dunn Rd to Mike's Oasis, then down Hahn/Buena Vista then out the Goat Trails. I found a route...and it was looking like a 2:20-2:45 ride. Got on my bike at 3:05 and rolled from the movie theater in Cathedral City. Rolled through the streets to get to the dirt. Based on the routes I was looking at, Dunn Rd. looked like it was gonna be a grind. The first couple of hundred yards weren't bad. Then the road started going up....and up.....and up.....and up. Found it harder than Harding, and maybe a little harder than Coal Cyn...plus it was rocky. Quickly I found myself walking. Avg. 10.5% grade. On the way up, saw several large ruts and washouts...it would be really bad to ride into them at speed.

    Looking back from which I came.....


    Views abound.....


    Continued on and enjoyed a couple of short downs along the way...but it was predominately an uphill. I knew of the old equipment at Mike's Oasis, but didn't realize there was more.

    Looks likes someone forgot their Tonka Toy...


    Yes....the climb in the background is longer and steeper than it looks....


    Once I got to the top of that climb, it wasn't bad the rest of the way to Mike's Oasis. In fact, I got there pretty quick.






    Can't beat the views.....



    At this point it was about 4:30, so I headed on and climbed up Hahn Trail. Fun short climb...but the trail is kinda loose. Reached the top, and the sun was setting and the temps were starting to drop.

    I'll say it again....hard to beat the views. Really pretty evening out there today.


    I started to second guess myself whether or not I could make it down Hahn/Buena Vista and back to Dunn Rd. before it got dark. I already knew I was gonna have to skip the Goat Trails. Since I had no light...I was out there by myself, and I was concerned with those monster ruts on Dunn Rd. I decided that going back the way I came in was the safer choice. On the way back down Dunn Rd. I started to follow a side road....it stopped immediately, but I found something strange.

    Is this where they tied up the goat for the T-Rex?


    Got back down to the gate a few minutes before dark. Skipping the singletrack turned out to be the right call.

    It was good to get out....especially out there....during the week.

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    Albuquerque Foothills - Gotta start adding some more mileage now that it's staying slightly lighter out later. Kinda cold this week though, should warm up next.
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    another evening in albuquerque
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    This is my Baum Converted SS. Used the Phil BB to achieve tension with static rear dropouts and so far has worked perfectly with 0 dropped chains. Personally, I think titanium is the god-material for hardtails, with the right amount of flex, stiffness, and weight, especially if you're looking for a performance advantage. That's not to say I don't completely enjoy the ride of my steel Sycip, it's just that this ride is... different. Faster.


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    So I finally got to get in a decent ride this weekend on the new bike. I swapped to a 70mm stem, and it's just right for me on the XL at 6'2", everything is right where it should be. I was out of town visiting family, and rode Big Creek park which I know fairly well, and it's pretty technical in places so it was a good first test. I made a couple rooty climbs that I've struggled with in the past due to the surface there (loose over hard pack), along with 4-12" roots in the middle of a switchback, etc. The SStache excelled in these conditions. You have incredible amounts of traction on tap, but with very low rolling resistance. I does not feel at all like what you'd think when you ride it. I love the geometry too, feels very much like my Fuel EX just sans rear suspension, it rips! I fully believe I'd be faster on this than my Fuel EX under the right conditions. My gamble paid off, I think it's the perfect SS, for me. Then again, I'm a weirdo, so what the hell do I know.
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    HPIguy--you are my kind of weirdo. Looks great. Your roots are bigger than our trees!

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    HPIguy--you are my kind of weirdo. Looks great. Your roots are bigger than our trees!
    Nice Ride. Gotta love Big Creek.

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    Snake training yesterday in Dalton GA. We rode 34 miles of the 50. This place can be brutal on a SS.

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    Thanks fellas. And I can't imagine doing 34 miles of that on a SS! I'd need 1:1 gearing.

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    Got to get out for a lunchtime ride today. The more I ride this thing, the more I love it.


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