DISS with the Manitou fork and dropper. Is fun.
pink and orange
pink and orange
Classic combo. Fruit Salads FTW.
Repost? Who cares
That color-matched Niner fork is slick. Don't know about belt SS tho...
I'd like to try a belt drive, but not sure I'd want to own one for mtb use
New commuter for @hippy
I'll take the wheels but you can keep the Ti and the curves.
So, having skinnied and slicked up the Inbred
I'm now looking getting something shitter for shopping bike and buying a big cog, fitting the Racing Ralphs, putting new brakes on it and actually using it for more MTBing. Oh and it could do with having wider bars since these are cut down for London.
That is naugthy! Some weird stuff happening with the yoke (whats that for?) and is that saddle very small?
Can't find any close ups of that area, but this should give you a better idea of what's going on
Must be a tiny saddle, as the frame is no giant :-)
It is nice and func. And I like the colour.
Having ridden SSCX a lot this spring, I have decided to turn my Longitude to 29+ SSMTB. Oh what fun it is! The rollover is amazing and even with 30 mm rims I really enjoy the plus tyres, together with rapid engagement of Halo hub.
I just have a problem with slipping rear axle, rear is 5 mm QR sadly. I have Tuggnut on the drive side, should I add another one or change for a better QR axle? I have a bolt-on one, but on the side that is supposed to be held by hand (while the other is turned by allen key), it is round and even holding it with material it keeps rotating while trying to tighten it more.
This is rowdy! Love the old school geo
profile cranks, a s&m saddle and an empire sticker. a proper old bmxers bike
got a pic of the tuggnut?
Recently rebuilt my Pipedream as an SS. Should have done it sooner!
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