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Old 10-23-05, 02:21 PM   #1
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soul cycles titan

what are your opinions on this beast? the frame's dirt cheap, and it looks like pure sex.

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Old 10-23-05, 02:26 PM   #2
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Well, I don't know if I'd call it "pure sex". If it was soft and curvaceous, maybe. But it makes me think of something more along the lines of "combat-ready". That is to say, yeah its cool-looking. How much is dirt cheap?
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Old 10-23-05, 02:28 PM   #3
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265 for the frame straight from soul.

this sure beats the hell out of the steelhead i've been feening for for the past 5 months.


maybe i should have been clearer, it's FRAME ONLY
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I love the frame and have been considering one for quite some time. I think i may have a thread about it.
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I ride xc (so not my type of bike), but I think it's damn hot......that black color is awesome and I love the shape of the tubes. I'd like to own it just because it looks damn cool
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Awesome frame, awesome colour. Looks like the paint would scratch really easily though.
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Old 10-23-05, 06:02 PM   #7
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Why do you say that?
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link to where you can buy this?
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link to where u can buy this?
Yes, I found it, and it is dirt cheap, I had better get a good look at the whole cost!
http://www.ridesoul.com/content/titan.html
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Oh man! Just don't get the Monk. That thing is fugly.
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Yes, I found it, and it is dirt cheap, I had better get a good look at the whole cost!
http://www.ridesoul.com/content/titan.html
Ooh, I like the Hooligan, although maybe in a different color.
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Old 10-23-05, 10:25 PM   #12
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did anyone take a gander at the sluggo, it says shceduled for release in October

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Old 10-24-05, 05:26 AM   #14
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did anyone take a gander at the sluggo, it says shceduled for release in October


and at their pricing, i think it's gonna be pretty darn cheap too!
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and at their pricing, i think it's gonna be pretty darn cheap too!
you're right, and with a new fork i figure i could have one amazing ride for pretty cheap once i get my Bruiser where I want it. mmmm... licking my lips already

No more Banshee Morphine, nice bike but this could be equally nice.

Soul Cycles Sluggo here i come!
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You clowns should STFU.
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You guys are ********. Calm down a little bit. No need to get all defensive just because you are too juvenile to type out the entire word.

Oh, wait, can you even read what I just typed? Okay, for your sake, I'll translate.

u guys r tards lol
chill ota lil n don get ur pantys in a bunch bcuz u r 2 dumb.


Back on topic, before I hurt myself from laughing too much. The bike doesn't look like any type of sex I have ever encountered, but I do like the lines. The geometry reminds me of a SC Chameleon. Should be an awesome ride. And for under $300 you should definetly get the frame. What fork and stuff will you be using?

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I love the older guys.
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Older guys? I hope to god that you aren't talking about me. I'm 15, most definetly not an older guy. I have only been around on this forum for a couple of months. But if you were talking about me, then thank you. Quite a compliment to be considered one of the mature older guys of this wonderfull forum.

Wow, that was alot of politeness for me. I need to go take a ****.

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Older guys? I hope to god that you aren't talking about me. I'm 15, most definetly not an older guy. I have only been around on this forum for a couple of months. But if you were talking about me, then thank you. Quite a compliment to be considered one of the mature older guys of this wonderfull forum.

Wow, that was alot of politeness for me. I need to go take a ****.

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The rules specifically say no excessive aolese, this crap just makes this site come across as very difficult to read and jeuvinile.

All posts removed with all the crap in them. Consider this an official wanring for the couple of you who have been avoiding the rule completely.

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Old 10-25-05, 01:21 PM   #22
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whoa WTF?! this was definetely not in this post... or was it? :S

anyways...

harris, whatever i have on my bike now. it's going to be a frame replacement and i'll build it up eventually.
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Wow, I think that I need to sit down to take this all in. I was just put in the same group as raiyn. This is amazing. Thank you, my dear sir.

revmonkey, that sounds like a pretty good plan. Just remeber that not all bottom brackets will fit all frames. You may have to get a new one. Cables would probably be a good idea to replace as well. When you get a new fork, a marz dropoff z1 would probably be a very good match for that frame. I dont know what your current bike is, but unless you already have a DJ/Urban style bike, you may want to replace some stuff, fork especially.

peace out guys
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Old 10-25-05, 02:11 PM   #24
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check my sig

cranks and BB are on the to-replace list anyways.

cables, well that's just consumables.

fork will have to wait a bit longer, so i'm gonna bash this one in the meantime.
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Im thinking about buying this frame, Im wondering what fork people plan on using on it?
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