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    SS picture taking

    Pictures a la single speed...
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    Haha, I like that. Very funny. Thanks!

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    ernesto do you have a picture of all your SS bikes? id like to see them
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    ernesto do you have a picture of all your SS bikes? id like to see them
    You mean I have to drag them out of the basement and the garage and snap pics of them all? DONE! I'll do that later today.

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    lol we always have more fun in the single speed forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    You mean I have to drag them out of the basement and the garage and snap pics of them all? DONE! I'll do that later today.
    how many do you have?
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    I'll start

    Good muddy ride today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donmeredith74
    Good muddy ride today.

    Lynskey.jpg

    whats the ride like compare to an all rigid alum or steel?
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    I rode my Stumpy rigid for awhile... brutal compared to my XXIX and the Lynskey. It isn't really fair to compare the Lynskey to the XXIX. Both are great but its comparing apples and oranges. The Lynskey is noticeably more rigid in the rear triangle but I don't feel hammered at the end of a ride. I switched from a carbon post to a Thomson today and I was worried that it would be a kidney crusher but I almost didn't notice the difference.

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    You want muddy...here's muddy.I was never so happy to be done a race.
    The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulRider
    You want muddy...here's muddy.I was never so happy to be done a race.
    same here.

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    Yeah, I was a little disappointed on how clean it looked in the pic. I guess I'll have to go back and try again.

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    None of bikes

    But here are some captures from today's ride, which absolutely owned me. I might have to kill a six pack before I start feeling better.
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    how's the picture of your private collection going ernie?
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    Norris of the Chuck asked for this, and here it is...

    Schwinn - a bt tallish, but gets the job done. This is the one with the WTB bars.
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    Stump Jumper

    Small for me - that's why post is so high - I had to use it on Labor Day weekend to tow Annabel. I wish it were taller. This one is mostly Sarah's.
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    ...and then Gomez the angel...

    Yes, Gomez saved me with his amazingness - I am borrowing his Matt Chester bike. Gracias Gomez!

    Phil Wood, ENO, Ringle, Moots, Jen Green, Race Face, and your mom's memories...
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    Sarah's Surly

    She likes it - towing Annabel's trail-a-bike
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    Sarah's Trek 830

    Yes, old incognito 830 with a GT fork. ENO'd for her pleasure.
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    Land Shark

    This one is my commuter / do it all bike. Paint was flaking off so I got it powdered coated last year. Thinking of selling it - I really want a Surly Cross Check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    Norris of the Chuck asked for this, and here it is...

    Schwinn - a bt tallish, but gets the job done. This is the one with the WTB bars.
    Grant Peterson called and said your road bike is set up right. How do you like the Origin8 bars? I have them on my back up bike- 1x4, so I can't post it here- and they are nice enough that I'm considering tracking down Marys for the mountain.

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    nice , im glad it aint fixed. do does surly tugnuts work on semi horizontal drops?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    nice , im glad it aint fixed. do does surly tugnuts work on semi horizontal drops?
    only semi flacid

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    I thought you had a trek 850 as well Ernie
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    brake check

    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    Yes, Gomez saved me with his amazingness - I am borrowing his Matt Chester bike. Gracias Gomez!

    Phil Wood, ENO, Ringle, Moots, Jen Green, Race Face, and your mom's memories...

    Did you used to run motorcycles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    I thought you had a trek 850 as well Ernie
    Had is right. That parted and now lives in St. Cloud MN. The ENO wheelset went to another guy.

    It was a nice frame, but it was just collecting dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeMojo
    Did you used to run motorcycles?
    I get that a lot.

    No, I'm a leftie.

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