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    what´s your SS dream bike

    If you had a lot of money, what would be your singlespeed dream bike?

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    Whatever it is, it would be on a black Nimble 9 frame.

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    Custom Ti Kent Ericksen with track fork dropouts with little itty bitty adjuster knobs.

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    An IF Steel deluxe, 29er with a matching IF fork, disc only, Phil Hubs and BB, ENO cranks, and Thomson bits.

    Someday.
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    I had mine, but I built it at the wrong time and had to cut it loose. http://forums.mtbr.com/29er-bikes/ni...el-712747.html

    Maybe one day I can afford to build another one like it again.
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    Singular Pegasus

    Swap the fork for a steel one the bar for a regular flat bar and it would be perfect (for me).

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    Ti Jones to go with my steel Jones .

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    My Blacksheep, it's perfect.

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    a custom Hunter with Middleburn RS8's, 4ti eggies, purple ano I9 UltraLites, and THOMSON bits...

    decorated with HBC jewelry for my drivetrain...

    something like this:

    yes..i am post whoring my pic too
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    Black Sheep Eon for me, please!

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    A bike that is built for me, will last a long time and is uniquely mine. If has full fat capacity so much the better .

    I wouldn't say no to a jones or a Bystickel however.
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    Nice Hunter! Maybe one of those with Jones geo.

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    ....flexing my superior strength of reserve in choosing not to photo whore my custom Indy Fab Ti Deluxe 29'er SS again.....



    it is certainly my dream SS bike however.
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    Redline Monocog or a Titanium Wolfhound

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan G. View Post
    Redline Monocog or a Titanium Wolfhound
    you sir, are clearly bi-polar.

    pick a side and stick with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxxleo View Post
    If you had a lot of money,
    Damn, overlooked that part...

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    anything steel and custom or a trek superfly

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    Jeff Jones Ti SpaceFrame. I've got half the money saved. Should be able to get it at the end of next year.

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    CHUM: are you trying to enter into a bike picture post count contest with Sasquatch? 'Cause he'll win.

    My dream bike would be: Circle A frame/fork, Moots Ti seatpost( I have this!), 4Ti eggs, HBC drivetrain, Raceface SixC cranks, King hubs/headset( I have this too!), not sure of the bars/stem/brakes just yet.
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    independent fabrication 29er rigid.

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    I'm still looking for the perfect geometry/wheelsize sort of ****, so I gotta dial that in before I starting using sParty's money to build something custom.

    Quote Originally Posted by CB2 View Post
    Swap the fork for a steel one the bar for a regular flat bar and it would be perfect (for me).
    Um, you'd trim down horrible arms on the crank first, right? Please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarth View Post



    Um, you'd trim down horrible arms on the crank first, right? Please?
    Nah, I'd leave 'em long.
    I'd put different colored streamers in each hole and be a rainbow warrior.
    That would be badass.

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    Spot Rocker SS, or possibly the Spot Rocker SS Ti if I could have any SS out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB2 View Post
    Nah, I'd leave 'em long.
    I'd put different colored streamers in each hole and be a rainbow warrior.
    That would be badass.
    I always thought you were pretty. Carry on.

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    Moots Mooto-X SS. Or a Firefly 29 Ti SS

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    I'd never drop this kind of cash on a bike, but a 26" Thylacine Ether with Paul dropouts, an F32 FIT fork, Easton cockpit, and a durable 1500g wheelset would be nice.

    Oh and a $120 headset.

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    one that has the perfect balance between vertical compliance for my aching back, but with lateral stiffness so that I can still throw on the I-bert or the Chariot trailer and take my kid touring on the beach.
    one whose wheel weight doesn't hurt me so badly that I end up chucking it into a corner after a couple hard days cause my left knee can't take it anymore, BUT that has the tire width and air volume that I've come to love.
    short chainstays and high bb like my explosif.
    no sliders or eccentrics- just VERY short track drops so there's just enough room to tension the chain a couple times, I don't need an inch and a half of adjustability.
    must fit my gazzi tires, I love those in winter.
    ti spindle'd profiles. (if I didn't keep kyfing the aftermarket bb's on mine they'd never come off my bike, but they're heavy so a ti spindle would be nice!)
    26"

    think that's my wish list, to be honest- if it weren't for the sliders and the no-gazziable rear tri, my explosif would be damn near perfect.
    If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!

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    I need to upgrade my brakes and then I'll have my dream SS

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    SS conversion kit and I'd be happy...
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    SS-specific, Ti fatbike. Crisp springs to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    ....flexing my superior strength of reserve in choosing not to photo whore my custom Indy Fab Ti Deluxe 29'er SS again.....



    it is certainly my dream SS bike however.

    I would like to change my answer to "your bike".
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    This will sounds a little strange...

    I want my current Homegrown frame reproduced in titanium by Vertigo Cycles, with the seat tube relaxed a degree or two (my seat is currently all the way back on a set back post), then painted Bass Boat Blue by Spectrum with classic Schwinn decals.

    It would be vertical dropouts using an EBB for standard BBs.

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    Coconino, frame & fork.
    I'd also have Garro fab up a wall mount so I could display it inside for it surely is functional art.
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    McClung.

    That was easy. Next?

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    Since we're dreaming here, I would also like to note that a Woulfhound is in my dreams; probably set up the same as the Circle A.
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    Jeff Jones SpaceFrame

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    Hmm. I would have to say anything Black Cat with an insane custom paint job or a nice blue Walt and I want HBC everywhere.

    What I have noticed from reading these is no one choose anything carbon, we are all steel or Ti in the SS forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post
    Hmm. I would have to say anything Black Cat with an insane custom paint job or a nice blue Walt and I want HBC everywhere.

    What I have noticed from reading these is no one choose anything carbon, we are all steel or Ti in the SS forum.
    Well, he did say dream bike!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danraley41 View Post
    Spot Rocker SS, or possibly the Spot Rocker SS Ti if I could have any SS out there.

    Would also have to seriously think about the Kona Big Unit also.........Ahhhh to have the decision of which $3k SS 29er to buy.......definitely a problem I'm looking forward to having one day

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    A traditional looking brazed steel 29er and w/ matching fork in a sexy bright color. It would have king hubs, Thompson, white industries cranks, stans flow(polished) All silver. Probably a 1990's selle italia flite and time pedals.

    Classy, flashy, and a little bit trashy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danraley41 View Post
    Would also have to seriously think about the Kona Big Unit also.........Ahhhh to have the decision of which $3k SS 29er to buy.......definitely a problem I'm looking forward to having one day
    This thread is evil, I just got my first SS 29er (a bikesdirect Gravity G29) and love it so much that I was already thinking of what I want for a "nice" SS down the line. At first I was leaning towards one of the production bikes I mentioned above, but now I'm thinking I want to build a nice Niner and have started a list of parts/components for the build. I figure it'll give me something to do with researching and looking at what I want until I can eventually build it which will probably be in around a year if I can manage to save back enough in that time.

    So for now I'd say my dream SS is a nice and simple Niner, components/parts TBD for now.....

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    Siren Song with sliders:

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    dream build? gosh i feel as though if you are anything like me you think about this alot!
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    Tyrone's bike with a SID instead of his Fox.

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    Here's my Dream SS bike. Full Suspension Gary Fisher Superfly 100. I love it. The best of both worlds.

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    The one I've just about finished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mat-with-one-t View Post
    The one I've just about finished!
    How rare! More pics plz!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRedMantra View Post
    How rare! More pics plz!
    Have a look here:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/singlespeed/p...-143461-3.html

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    the one I have right now... 2009 Raleigh XXIX, non-suspension corrected fork, Bonty FR3 tubeless, lizard skin lock on grips, and a taller stem.
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    oh yeah!

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    Love all the photos and great ideas...keep'm coming :-)

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    Renovo Badash 29er belt drive with Enve components!

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    I had 26"s and I had 29"s, I had Carbon I had Titanium I had Magnesium and I had 853.....
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    My dream bike is this plain Steel rigid beauty, I never felt so connect to any other frame.
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    I love my Lynskey, however for Ti Eriksen would be nice and I will eventually go back to Steel and dream of a Black Cat or IF deluxe (entirely stealth black)
    anything Steel

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    The one I waited a year for and after having it a few months, still blows me away on every ride. I count myself as a lucky rider to have been riding long enough on enough different bikes to know what the dream bike for me was, and then to be able to fund it after a long wait.

    Jones Ti set up SS, P35s + Hope SS / Pauls hubs and Thomson / XTR kit. Laws of diminishing returns apply, but holy $#1*.. it's a truly great rigid SS.


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    Esku, that's a class bike.. Nice frame, build, looks like a great place to ride too... I love black steel, simple rigid MTBs : )

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    Machined & Tig'ed art work combined with bleeding edge tech: Vertigo

    Pure class & beauty: McClung

    I aspire to own both...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew69 View Post
    anything steel and custom or a trek superfly
    Trek? Really? Wow! Care to expound on that one?
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    I've always said if I had alot of money to spend on a bike, I would not just have one stellar bike but several bikes. I could take 10 grand that some (I know of two locals) spend on a SpecialEd S-Works and buy myself 3 REALLY nice bikes!

    But then again I already have 2 bikes I'm happy with!
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    Been dreamin' of a 26er lately. If I were building a dream bike, it would be tough to decide between wheels sizes.

    For singletrack, I'm thinking a Ti 26er with a matching Ti Fork. Nice wheels, 2.4 Mutano's, Hydros, Minimal sweep, low rise, carbon bars, ENO crankset, Thompson Seatpost/Stem.

    For other riding, a Ti cross bike with 135mm rear spacing that could fit disc's or canti's. A nice wheelset built up with strong road rims and MTB hubs. My old Dura Ace crankset. BB7's. Clearance for up to 45's. Wide, shallow drops. Thompson bits. Fender eyelets.

    Honestly, I want the cross bike more! Been wanting another SS cross bike ever since I sold my San Jose a while back. Oh yeah, and it would obviously need custom geo, to fit my long legs and slightly shorter-than-average torso.

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    Something like this, maybe a few tweaks but it's pretty nice as is. Trouble is, once you have your dream bike, do you just stop dreaming?


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    Mash up the Singular with the Canfield for a Ti N9 - that's my dream SS.

    Then make it a fixed gear when I get restless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singular View Post
    Something like this, maybe a few tweaks but it's pretty nice as is. Trouble is, once you have your dream bike, do you just stop dreaming?
    Nope. My buddy just built a Superfly SS with XXX carbon wheels and XTR brakes. Now I'm looking at my King/355s and Ultimates and I have a fever...

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    "Pure class & beauty: McClung"
    - Agreed.. One of the few bikes I still look at these days.

    "Trouble is, once you have your dream bike, do you just stop dreaming?"
    - Yup, that's the point of a dream bike right? Cycle-enlightenment or some such waffle ) Had a couple of bikes like that, one lasted till the frame broke, another lasted till it was stolen. Currently, I can't get off the Jones long enough to ride anything else and can't imagine topping it. Parts upgrades are allowed though, stuff doesn't last forever.

    The best value for money bike is the one that's just a bit better than you can justify, one you keep looking at thinking 'wow. that's my bike..' Got to have one from time to time. Doesn't have to be top-drawer either unless you're a hopeless case!

    A McClung could tempt me, just for the pure style, looks like a ripper of a ride too. Like a classic car that comes out on summer evenings and spends most of the time just looking good.

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    Possibly attainable: I once saw a Vassago Fisticuff built up with Crank Brother Cobalt components that looked great.

    If I win the lottery: custom Titanium from Crisp Titanium (including a trip to Italy for fitting).

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    My Coconino Cruiser is my SS dream bike.
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    Ti or steel IF with a killer paint job and internal routed cables..... maybe next year, Oh No its only 5 weeks away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    My Coconino Cruiser is my SS dream bike.
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    The one I build for myself at UBI

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    Independent Fabricators' 29er Ti with Lefty monoshock........only in SS config...........nice..........
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    I don't dream about just one bike, however they all have just one gear.

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    SS dreams

    I just built my first SS. I would like a sweet steel bike from AMPeirce Cycles - Home to compliment the Superfly SS.
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