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Show us ya ride!
#21
8.5% under budget, several months ahead of schedule, the Sultan swings.

I am waiting on some Canfield Brothers pedals and will make some other minor changes.

This photo is from Monday when I put it together just so I could sit on it and coast about.
resim

Since then I've cleaned and regreased all the frame bushings, set the tyres up tubeless and added the mech and shifters.
resim

Stayed clean for approximately 90 seconds.
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#22
Quote:Looks nice, but what is going on around the rear disk area, specifically just below the QR?

The black box thing is the shift box for a Rohloff internal geared hub. All the advantages if singlespeed but with gears!
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#23
My first Ride Voodoo Bizango Hardtail. Simple but I love it only difference is now its got clip less pedals


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#24
Treehugger Wrote:Carbon Transition Covert.


Sooooo! That's what it looked like under all that mud.
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#25
jonboy1066 Wrote:
Treehugger Wrote:Carbon Transition Covert.


Sooooo! That's what it looked like under all that mud.
Haha yep, it's clean again now Smile
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#26
Atko Wrote:thought i'd add a couple more even though i haven't been riding for ages..

Does your saddle bag not hit the rear wheel with the dropper down? I've been dabbling with idea of trying to lose my rucksack for shorter rides. I have that saddle bag on my CX bike and it holds loads of tools, co2 and a tube! Perfect!
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#27
My new winter hack
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Other bike
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#29
MobileBikeClinic Wrote:My new winter hack
That is rather damn sexy mate !!
Jay Dubster.
Moved to Radstock (nr Bath) but often in Medway & up for a pootle.

2015 Whyte T130 Yari
2009 Trek 8000
2014 Boardman Team Carbon (yawn) 
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