SPAM: Bianchi SASS Single Speed Disc Frameset 21.5" XL for the masochistic big boys- Mtbr.com
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    Hope SPAM: Bianchi SASS Single Speed Disc Frameset 21.5" XL for the masochistic big boys



    Accepting best offers by placing a bid: https://classifieds.mtbr.com/showpro...?product=48194

    Used Frameset: Frame & Fork
    SASS = Shiny A** Single Speed
    2004 model, well cared for, see photos for condition
    21.5" X-Large
    Disc Specific, cable guides allow for both mechanical and hydraulic cables
    Desirable Italian Dedacciai COM manipulated butted steel with singlespeed track ends
    27.2 seatpost, 100mm front hub, 135mm rear hub, 1-1/8" headset
    Go full rigid or 80-100mm travel suspension fork
    Frameset allows up to 26 x 2.4 width tires, in fact, enthusiasts have equipped 650b (27.5") Stan's ZTR 355 wheels successfully and even run the bike off road fixed gear with an ISO cog and a front disc brake as seen here on MTBR forums!
    Can be built up to a sub-20 lbs. beast one speed single track slayer

    Built up, this is what it looks like, thanks MTBR!



    I've got a bunch of high end stuff for sale, it's like Christmas on Easter, shipping discounts for any winning bidder that notifies me they are an MTBR community member at time of payment:

    Phil Wood EBB
    Chris King external BB
    Salsa Cycles Lip Lock
    Chris King headset spacers
    Raleigh XXIX 29er EBB SS frameset
    Hope Tech X2 Mini Mono Pro brakeset
    Fox F100X Terralogic suspension fork
    Sunline V-One pedals, handlebars, grips
    Geekhouse NAHBS custom rigid disc fork 29er
    White Industries single speed disc wheelset

    Check out the goods here:
    https://shop.ebay.com/yossixgti/m.ht...&_trksid=p3686


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    Wow, that is a NICE looking frame. Too bad it's XL and waaay to big for me.

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    Thanks great_big_abyss: in the pic of the bike built up in Oaksterdam, 29" bb to saddle top. I am 6'1" with a 32 inseam. The bike can be setup with a number of stems (50x0, 70, 90, 90x10) and seatpost (straight, layback) not to mention saddles with longer rails etc to accomdate a range of riders. One thing though, because of the traditional classic diamond shape, it's not as forgiving on stand over as todays super sloping 5 ft of seatpost sticking out rides.
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