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    Virgin Ti SS

    Okay, I ordered it so long ago, I refused to get excited until it came.



    Yesterday, Wade of Vulter Cycles (in Bend, OR) delivered my new Ti Single Speed.

    I don't have a scale, but I'm guessing it's around 22 lbs.

    I did a quick 1-hour ride last night, and I both love and hate it. (My friends that have gone over to the dark side also seem to have gone through this love/hate thing in the beginning.) I love being connected to the trail more than my squishy bike, and I love how I have to keep my momentum up. I also love the simplicity, though I *did* try to shift down anyway 3 or 4 times! LOL!

    Check out a few more pics here
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeMan
    Okay, I ordered it so long ago, I refused to get excited until it came.



    Yesterday, Wade of Vulter Cycles (in Bend, OR) delivered my new Ti Single Speed.
    Check out a few more pics here
    Ha Ha Ha, I love it you old man!! Now get your @$$ out there and ride that thing till it sweats like a h*r3 in church!! Better yet, bring you and it home...TO COLORADO!! WE MISS YOU LEE!!
    Black Sheep...where it'ss at!!
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    4 months minus 2 days

    Quote Originally Posted by LeeMan
    Okay, I ordered it so long ago, I refused to get excited until it came.



    Yesterday, Wade of Vulter Cycles (in Bend, OR) delivered my new Ti Single Speed.

    I don't have a scale, but I'm guessing it's around 22 lbs.

    I did a quick 1-hour ride last night, and I both love and hate it. (My friends that have gone over to the dark side also seem to have gone through this love/hate thing in the beginning.) I love being connected to the trail more than my squishy bike, and I love how I have to keep my momentum up. I also love the simplicity, though I *did* try to shift down anyway 3 or 4 times! LOL!

    Check out a few more pics here

    Thats really not a long time for Ti! Thanks for the pics Lee, I'll be stoked to go ride with you,
    cheers, Wade
    www.vulturecycles.com

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    Congrats Lee-Man, Now I know the Colorado Mountains would love to see that bike ridden here!!! We miss you Lee!!!
    Have lots of fun with your new baby.

    April
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    Beautiful but I am curious. Did you take this picture our of a telescope or are you scared to open both eyes to feast them on the beauty?
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