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    coffee bean grinder grinderbob's Avatar
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    almost 10-year old Bianchi B.A.S.S. :P

    Rather than the classic Celeste, they called this Kawasaki Green.
    This is a simple single-speed, not too fancy.









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    what?

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    sweet! looks like it would be a lot of fun

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    want. but whats your point?
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    I've learned to always take off my wedding ring when polishing my crank.

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    Hot bike. A buddy has a CUSS and that thing is a rocket on the trails. It doesn't climb or descend as well as my 29er, but when zooming down swoopy singletrack its the closest to flying you'll find. You almost forget the bike is under you.

    That being said, where's the mud? :-P

    -Rob.

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    I agree with your assessment. In one word, this bike is stiff. No wasted energy.

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    Looks good for fixed tricks.

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    Bass

    Bob,

    Cool bike. Interested in selling it?

    Blue Mesa

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    Quote Originally Posted by grinderbob View Post
    I agree with your assessment. In one word, this bike is stiff. No wasted energy.
    does the crank give you all of it?
    Quote Originally Posted by andre nickatina View Post
    the guy must have been like holy ****? this kid on a fixie is killin it without engine motors.

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    It has nice aggressive geo and tight clearances for the track too

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    Neat. Did you post in the "your fixed gear/single speed" thread?

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    BAD.. ASS? what a name! keke <3

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    Bianchi had a number of those bikes: W.U.S.S., P.U.S.S. were two recent models. White and Pink utility bikes. CUSS, DISS, SASS




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    Quote Originally Posted by gkelley View Post
    It has nice aggressive geo and tight clearances for the track too
    Yes, because track bikes > all. They are suitable for absolutely every conceivable application without exception. Even if they weren't, which they are, who rides their bikes off the track anyway? Well, except to do tricks of course. Tight clearances are also a must. Fenders are for the freds. They should be called Frednders. Also, .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabba Degrassi View Post
    Yes, because track bikes > all. They are suitable for absolutely every conceivable application without exception. Even if they weren't, which they are, who rides their bikes off the track anyway? Well, except to do tricks of course. Tight clearances are also a must. Fenders are for the freds. They should be called Frednders. Also, .
    Holy crappers man, have you ever heard of sarcasm sheesh. Yes i agree with fenders and whatnot but i have no clue what fenders you need a whole foot of clearance to put them on, plus it also has rear facing dropouts making putting the fender on almost as big of a pain in the ass as you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gkelley View Post
    It has nice aggressive geo and tight clearances for the track too
    i lold

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkelley View Post
    Holy crappers man, have you ever heard of sarcasm sheesh. Yes i agree with fenders and whatnot but i have no clue what fenders you need a whole foot of clearance to put them on, plus it also has rear facing dropouts making putting the fender on almost as big of a pain in the ass as you.

    Is this like the first time you've ever seen a mountain bike?
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