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    I built this little pony up for the trail network right out my door. Only has half a dozen rides on it. I have a hard time going home when I'm out on it. I have to bring my lights because I can't bring myself to call it day even when the day is gone. My Indy Fab geary has shown a few signs of jealousy but I can tell he's enjoying the rest.

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    I really love that frame. Singular makes some pretty stuff. Who cares how it performs?

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    Sweet bike!

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    Beautiful! Is that an XL? I like the head tube length.
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    Such classy looking bikes. I love the red highlights.
    "If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."
    J. R. R. Tolkien

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    I like it but does that fork need to be so long?

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    yes, xl.

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    Really nice build - like it a lot! Mind if I steal some pics for the customers' bikes gallery?

    The fork is that long so as to allow for a suspension fork to be fitted should you want to.
    Yes - I do own Singular Cycles

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    A steel fork that long also helps to swallow up impacts as well as a carbon fork.
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velobike
    A steel fork that long also helps to swallow up impacts as well as a carbon fork.
    Not to mention it's 48mm offset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular
    Really nice build - like it a lot! Mind if I steal some pics for the customers' bikes gallery?
    Not at all.

    I have become an unordained missionary for Singular. I've really enjoyed it and a hand-full of fellow riders are getting ready to pull the trigger on their own Swift. Thanks.

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    Love mine,

    I've had it since August and it is the only bike I want to ride when I go out. Fully ridged is a nice change after riding full-suspension for years...I don't remember my old ridged bikes being this much fun. I scavenged old parts from other bikes, so I was able to do it on the cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paddywhack
    Love mine,

    I've had it since August and it is the only bike I want to ride when I go out. Fully ridged is a nice change after riding full-suspension for years...I don't remember my old ridged bikes being this much fun. I scavenged old parts from other bikes, so I was able to do it on the cheap.
    I suggest you put the granny ring bolts back in.

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    Yikes!!!
    That is the last thing I would have expected from those cranks. Thanks for the feedback. I hope the cranks were the only thing broken during the making of that photo...

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    Holy crap! I never would have considered that, crazy.
    pete

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