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My new single speed 94er
#1
Snapped your frame in two at the weekend? Own a unicycle? Simply remove the bits you don't need from the front half of the bike, shifters, rear brake etc then combine whats left with the unicycle and voila, your own single speed 94er

Off for a ride

8)

resim
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#2
You never cease to amaze me with your level of awesome!  8)
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#3
That is truly brilliant!

Every cloud...
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#4
A real living genius. You are wasted amongst humans.
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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#5
94er singlespeed fixie with no rear brake: niche-hipster-tastic
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#6
Genius.

Grass could do with cutting mind  Tongue
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
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#7
Your inventiveness never fails to amaze, though have you reduced the fork pressure accordingly?
Keep it foolish...
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#8
This isn't a new idea of mine. Going back er 15 years or so back when I first started unicycling and playing unicycle hockey (yes) we used to get discarded folding shopping bikes then deliberately cut them off at the back of the headtube just like in the photo. They are great for unicycle beginners as it stops you leaning so much so you can concentrate on the pedaling etc then get rid of the "unicycle front" as we named them and move on. Of course they had 20" front wheels combined with the unicycle being 20 or 24 as in my photo so it looked less ridiculous plus would actually be rideable, with the 29" its a bit close/big!
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#9
Forks still wrong way round  Wink
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#10
Correct way round! Mud etc gets removed from the tyre before it gets to the stanchions, I don't understand why Fox/RS don't do it (DT do and Magura with thin arch)
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