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    Jabberwocky Jockey
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    Weight weenies and singlespeeders unite

    and check out Jeremiah Bishop's super light Trek TT bike.

    14 pounds baby.







    (photo courtesy of Cyclingnews)
    Calling out from the Land of the Riding Hillbilly.


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    Wow, Very nice!

    It doesn't look like you used a chain tensioner. How are you tensioning the chain?

    My very first mountain bike was an 8500, even with the elastimer shock, good times!

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    Is it fixed?
    No rear brake; maybe that would just "slow him down" anyway.
    I wonder what applications he uses that for. MTB stage racing time trials??

    I would be more impressed if it was fit with 29" knobbies!
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    It was a NORBA time trial....

    up a bobsled run. Probably not a very useful bike otherwise. Good for beer runs to the CircleK.
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