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Old 1st October 2008   #1
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List of singlespeed MTN bike frames

Singlespeed MTN bike frames:

Carver, 96r
http://www.carverbikes.com/index.php...id=4&Itemid=12
Aluminum, 96r, EBB, 80mm travel,
Carver 96r Ti
http://www.carverbikes.com/index.php...d=36&Itemid=12
Titanium, 96r, EBB, 80mm travel,
Commencal, VIP
http://www.bikeradar.com/news/articl...itanium--13083
Titanium, sliding drop-out, 1399
Cotic Simple
http://www.cotic.co.uk/product/simple
853 steel, slotted drop-out, 100-130mm fork travel, 420
Dekerf Solitare
http://www.dekerf.com/Details.asp?id=2
853 Steel, EBB, 1000 (ish)
Dialled-Bikes Love/Hate
http://www.dialledbikes.com/products/mtb/lovehate.html
520 steel, EBB, 100mm fork travel, 255
DMR Trailstar MKIII
http://www.allterraincycles.co.uk/product/118045.html
steel, Swop-outs, 120-130mm fork travel, 295
Giant XTC
http://s233299868.e-shop.info/shop/a...%A3299.00.html
Aluminium, Slotted drop/outs, 299
Kinesis UK Decade
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=38362
Prestige steel, slotted drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 300
Kona Explosif
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/p/Cycle/7/Ko...08/5360037333/
Com 12,5 steel, sliding drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 360
Kona Big Unit
http://www.konaworld.com/09_bigunit_en.cfm
Scandium, 29r, sliding drop-out, 800mm fork travel,
Kona Unit
http://www.winstanleysbikes.co.uk/pr...nit_Frame_2006
Butted steel, sliding drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 399
Lynskey Rigeline26
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=36799
Titanium, sliding drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 1199
Lynskey PRO29
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=31668
Titanium, 29er, sliding drop-out, 80mm fork travel, 1199
Niner One9
http://www.stif.co.uk/gear/select_op...productid=5737
Scandium, EBB, 80mm fork travel, 599
Niner SIR9
http://www.stif.co.uk/gear/select_op...6018&store=mtb
853 Steel, EBB, 80mm fork travel, 599
Niner Air9 Carbon
http://bike29.com/catalog/2010-niner...der-p-404.html
Carbon, EBB, Niner carbon fork, $1999 (tbc)
On-one Inbred
http://www.on-one-shop.co.uk/acatalo...Inbred_27.html
Steel, slotted drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 145.96
On-one, Titanium 29r
http://www.on-one-shop.co.uk/acatalog/Ti_29er.html
Titanium, slotted drop-out, 80mm travel, 1184.26
Orange P7
http://www.cycleworks.co.uk/frames/c.../orange/p7.asp
Steel, sliding drop-out, up to 140mm fork travel, 379
Pace 104 XC
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=46323
853 steel, slidding drop-out, 499
Redline Monocog
http://www.redlinebicycles.com/adult...ocog-29er.html
Steel, slotted drop-outs, rigid fork
Roberts Dogsbolx
http://www.robertscycles.com/p_mtb.html
Steel, Custom, 900
Rourke 853
http://www.brianrourke.co.uk/rourke-....html?cPath=86
Steel, Custom, 595
Rouke 953
http://www.brianrourke.co.uk/rourke-....html?cPath=86
Steel, Custom, 1250
Salsa El mariachi
http://s233299868.e-shop.info/shop/a...ande-fork.html
Steel, EBB, 29r, rigid fork, 699,99
Salsa Selma
http://www.life-cycles.co.uk/bikes%2...029er%20frame/
Scandium/carbon, EBB, 29r, 850.00
Sanderson Soloist
TBC http://cavendishcycles.wordpress.com/
Chomoly, EBB, 300 TBC
Santacruz Chamelian
http://www.evanscycles.com/products/...frame-ec004340
Alu, EBB, 100-160mm fork travel, 429.99
Setavento Custom
http://www.setavento.com/Setavento_H...e_Photos.shtml
Titanium, slotted drop-out, custom fork travel, 720
Singular Peregrine
http://www.singularcycles.com/bikes.htm
Steel, Phil EBB, 360
Soma, B-side
http://velodrama.co.uk/shop/article_...id%3D54.001%26
Steel, slotted drop outs, 650C wheels, rigid fork, 380
Soma, Juice
http://www.somafab.com/juice29.html
Steel, slotted drop-outs, 29er, steel fork
Soma 4one5
http://www.mosquito-bikes.co.uk/htdo...?name=features
Prestige steel, slotted drop-out, 80mm fork travel, 200
Soul cycles, Dillinger
http://www.ridesoul.com/dillinger.html
Aluminium, EBB, 29r, 100mm fork travel, 275(ish)
Soul cycles, Hooligan
http://www.ridesoul.com/hooligan.html
Aluminium, EBB, 26r, 100mm fork travel, 275(ish)
Spot Brand, singlespeed
http://www.sidewayscycles.co.uk/prod...?id=99&clid=10
slotted drop/out, 100mm fork travel, 699
Surly 1x1
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/p/Cycle/7/Su...et/5360032754/
DB steel, slotted drop-out, rigid fork included, 325
Surly Pugsly
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/p/Cycle/7/Su...et/5360029218/
DB steel, slotted drop-out, rigid fork included, 425
Van Nicholas Zion
http://www.fatbirds.co.uk/detail.asp..._Bike_Titanium
Titanium, 70-100mm fork travel, 817.80
Vassago Jabbawocky
http://bike29.com/catalog/vassago-cy...ame-p-260.html
Steel, Slotted drop-outs, 80mm fork travel, ~300
Ventana, El toro
http://www.ventanausa.com/frame_eltoro.html
Steel, 26r, EBB, 451mm fork length, 600 (ish)
Ventana, El commendante
http://www.ventanausa.com/frame_elcomandante.html
Steel, 29r, EBB, 480mm fork length, 700 (ish)
Voodoo D-Jab
http://www.sidewayscycles.com/produc...id=779&clid=18
Titanium, slidding drop-out, 100mm fork travel, 799
Voodoo Dambala
http://www.voodoocycles.net/08_dambala.htm
Steel, 29r, slidding drop-out, 80mm fork travel, 400 (ish)
Voodoo Wanga
http://www.cycleworks.co.uk/frames/c...odoo/wanga.asp
631 steel, sliding drop-out, 100mm travel fork, 329
Willits Scorcher
http://www.willitsbikes.com/Willits.html
Steel, 29r, slotted drop-outs, rigid fork,

(list very incomplete due laziness and steel snobery)
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Old 1st October 2008   #2
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What is happening here? You're not GA2G.

I'm confused/angered/scared/drunk/sober/indecisive/amused/bored/typing for the hell of it/out of things to say/a cunt/etc...
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Old 1st October 2008   #3
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I can't decide if Voodoo Wanga is

a) a fantastic name for a bike
b) a crap name for a bike
c) last seen on the menu in a knocking shop
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Old 1st October 2008   #4
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Soma 4one5 http://www.mosquito-bikes.co.uk/htdo...?name=features
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Old 1st October 2008   #5
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What is happening here? You're not GA2G.

I'm confused/angered/scared/drunk/sober/indecisive/amused/bored/typing for the hell of it/out of things to say/a cunt/etc...

Someone call the fucking po-lice ! GA2G has been murdered (and raped up the bum pipe) and someone has got into his list database !!!
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Old 1st October 2008   #6
RPM
for the love of shit, WHY?

fucking why...
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Old 1st October 2008   #7
sam814
whyte 19
curtis
setavento
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Old 1st October 2008   #8
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*sigh*
Another Brummie?
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Old 1st October 2008   #9
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All I know is someone mailed me telling me to start shite loads of list threads, or a unipack would be double chained to my gate. I should then forward said mail to five friends to avoid this fate.......
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Old 1st October 2008   #10
kerley
The worrying thing is that I have owned 3 of those (On one, Dialled and P7) plus a Santa Cruz Chameleon.
God, I've got a bad bike habit.
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Old 1st October 2008   #11
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I can't decide if Voodoo Wanga is

a) a fantastic name for a bike
b) a crap name for a bike
c) last seen on the menu in a knocking shop
Have you seen the names of the Cove range?

Foreplay
G-spot
handjob
stiffee (its a hardtail, teehee)
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Old 1st October 2008   #12
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The worrying thing is that I have owned 3 of those (On one, Dialled and P7) plus a Santa Cruz Chameleon.
God, I've got a bad bike habit.
How would you rate them?
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Old 1st October 2008   #13
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NS Bitch
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Old 1st October 2008   #14
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buh.
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Old 1st October 2008   #15
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i want a santa cruz camelian
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Old 2nd October 2008   #16
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Have you seen the names of the Cove range?

Foreplay
G-spot
handjob
stiffee (its a hardtail, teehee)
I used to work in footwear retail and buy a brand called WLT (Wild and Lethal Trash). Interesting gentleman who used to be the designer there, and called his shoes various names. His best effort

Mr. Fister
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Old 2nd October 2008   #17
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Rumours of my demise have been much exagerated.

Good list Smallfurry.

Repped.
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Old 2nd October 2008   #18
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Tried to rep you, but I shall have to rep a few other people first. :(
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Old 2nd October 2008   #19
kerley
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How would you rate them?
Of the steel frame I would say Dialled first, P7 second and On-One third. The Dialled just has a feel of quality over the over two although they all ride and handle pretty much the same (all used with rigid carbon forks)
The Chameleon was more fun if in the mood (more BMX feel to it) but slightly less comfortable and very stiff frame.
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Old 2nd October 2008   #20
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I had a Cove Stiffee before it was nicked... amazing bike (one of the old one, before RAD turbing).. not that it was a single speed or anything
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Old 2nd October 2008   #21
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comencal do a few, the absolut ?
one day we'll all be very grateful for these lists ! mark my words
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Old 7th October 2008   #22
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Not OTP but stunning IMHO.
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Old 22nd October 2008   #23
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Hey Smallfurry, I found this. http://www.curtisbikes.co.uk/mtb-handmade-frames.html
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Old 23rd October 2008   #24
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Cheers, I've come across their site before really nice looking work, but not strickly OTP and 849. The more I look into this the more it seems that the small british companys like On-one and Dialled bike give by far the best value for money. In the US there seems to be a cool tax on SS MTB frames.

Exactly the same as I discovered when shopping around for my track frame!
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Old 23rd October 2008   #25
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Cannondale 1FG?

May no longer be produced mind.
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Old 24th October 2008   #26
harryburgundy
Ahh..they don't make 'em like they used to. My Guyzer, circa '98? Columbus Max.
Must admit, looking around for a modern SS'er, with sliding drop-outs, and there is nothing that takes my fancy but American exotica...way too expensive for me :-(

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Old 28th October 2008   #27
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Not OTP but but fully custom titanium loverlyness for 695 at Setavento.
http://www.setavento.com/Setavento_S...e_Photos.shtml


Already on the list

Last edited by Smallfurry; 28th October 2008 at 11:23. Reason: I'm a numski
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Old 28th October 2008   #28
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I know this is slightly OT but I saw a guy with a fairly nasty looking Saracen MTB with massive triple crown forks. I think it was a hardtail, sorry can't remember. Either way it was a cheapo MTB.

...but! It had track ends on it (only about 2-3 cm of movement though). Not sure why but it did. It had a derailieur too but you could just chop that off. So potentially a cheap single speed-able MTB beater (although it'd probably be kinda heavy).

Not sure of the model I'm afriad. Keep an eye on eBay.
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Old 6th November 2008   #29
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Cant belive I've missed this off the list!
Singular Peregrine
(Well actually its a 29r, and the list is for 26rs)
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Old 13th November 2008   #30
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Yes Santa I realise its 2000 dorra, but I want one you chubby reindeer worrier.
titanium 29r
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Old 3rd December 2008   #31
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Added these beauties to the list, as I now plan to give my SS big hoops.

Niner SIR9 - lovely Reynolds 853, top geometry for 29r, EBB

Niner One9 - Lightest SS 29r frame? Easton Scandium tubing and Niner bikes EBB with titanium set bolts.

Vassago cycles Jabberwocky - very simple frame (no EBB, sliding drop-outs, interchangable drop-outs etc.), and made from brandless steel tubing (well they call it R-Tech), but I love it. It is currently top of my list, hey it has wet-cat geometry.
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Old 4th January 2009   #32
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Don't forget the Roberts DOGSBOLX.

Also the Rourke 853 and Rourke 953.

You've got a photo of one of the Rourke's, but its not in your list so far.
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Old 4th January 2009   #33
tom.
That Rouke 953 deserves to go in the porn thread
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Old 4th January 2009   #34
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Ive got something called a monocog , chromoly s/s 29er made by Redline . Dont think you can get them in the UK .Still in its box while I decide how to build / if I can currently afford to .
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Old 4th January 2009   #35
tom.
What's that? Use it as a polo bike? A fine idea!
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Old 5th January 2009   #36
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Ive got something called a monocog , chromoly s/s 29er made by Redline . Dont think you can get them in the UK .Still in its box while I decide how to build / if I can currently afford to .
Read loads good things about that frameset. Seems to be the american On-One, Bullet proof with clever geometry.

Very Nice!

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Old 5th January 2009   #37
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Don't forget the Roberts DOGSBOLX.

Also the Rourke 853 and Rourke 953.

You've got a photo of one of the Rourke's, but its not in your list so far.
Had'nt added them as they are custom, added now though ;)

Still have a load more to add including...

Planet-X titanium SS 29r made by Lynskey



Ventana 29r, El commandante

Ventana 26r, El toro
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Old 5th January 2009   #38
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Commencal have a few real blinders.






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Old 5th January 2009   #39
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nice frames
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Old 5th January 2009   #40
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Some of these are jump frames though.
Trying to keep it to single speed all mountain & cross country.
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Old 5th January 2009   #41
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You're right. The two Absoluts are jumpers. Ignore those.

But the Titane is a looker.
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Old 5th January 2009   #42
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the Titane is a looker.
+ lots
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Old 5th January 2009   #43
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Seem to have broken this a bit. Will fix later
Sorry :S
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Old 5th January 2009   #44
tom.
I've got an Absolut - good bike. The new disc mount on the chromo looks better than the one on my bike though.
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Old 6th January 2009   #45
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Updated somewhat although some links still outdated.
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Old 7th January 2009   #46
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Good job Smallfurry.
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Old 7th January 2009   #47
GA2G
 
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Whirr?
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Old 7th January 2009   #48
GA2G
 
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Whizz?
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Old 9th January 2009   #49
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Whizz?
Huh?
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Old 15th January 2009   #50
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Salsa El Mariachi


I have just acquired one of these frames. It looks like a giant green combine harvester.
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