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    Senior Member PistaRider311's Avatar
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    SS MTB Picture Thread

    Did a search and didn't find any dedicated SS MTB Picture threads, so I started one. Let's see all of them. Here's mine: Mongoose Fireball frame I converted to SS, put Avid Juicy 7's on it, new longer travel fork (150mm, stock was 100mm and sucked), seat from parts bin, and better pedals from the parts bin.











    Sorry for out of focus pictures. It was sprinkling so i had to put a bag over my camera, which threw off the AF.

    edit: not sure what the fuss was about with the beer cans if they're unacceptable on the site or what so i turned them into coke cans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LUUUKE View Post
    thats the problem..i dunno how to take the bull horns apart

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    I have the same wtb saddle and love it for dj/freeriding. Cool build, looks fun.
    I can either bike fast, or chew bubble gum, and I'm all out of bubble gum.

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    Coors Light? Come on man.
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    Senior Member PistaRider311's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtusz View Post
    I have the same wtb saddle and love it for dj/freeriding. Cool build, looks fun.
    Ya the saddle works good for dj and freeride cus you're never sitting on it lol. any riding where you have have to sit on for a while gives me the aches and pains.

    This bike has been workin awesome for urban freeride/trials kind of stuff. Not the lightest thing around (~29-30 lbs I think) but it's a blast.


    Quote Originally Posted by pyze-guy View Post
    Coors Light? Come on man.
    It's what I had in the garage fridge. I don't drink, so it's not an issue for me.
    Quote Originally Posted by LUUUKE View Post
    thats the problem..i dunno how to take the bull horns apart

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    Really? I've never gotten sore riding on it, and before I got my roadie, I was taking that saddle for pretty good rides ~ 30-40km.

    edit: now that I think of it, I have had the saddle for about 5 or 6 years, so it's pretty broken in now.
    I can either bike fast, or chew bubble gum, and I'm all out of bubble gum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PistaRider311 View Post
    It's what I had in the garage fridge. I don't drink, so it's not an issue for me.
    I think just having coors light in the house is grounds for a one way ticket to hell. Can we get a moderator in here?

    Damn cool bike though,

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    I picked up a GT Ruckus on sale from nashbar for winter commuting.....




    For play, there's a singlespeed Pugsley!


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    i'll post up my monocog when i can take some pictures tomorrow...

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    My Vassago Jabberwocky:

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    there have been several threads over time, maybe none lately *shrug*

    this was my old Rock Lobster... i loved it dearly but it never quite fit me right


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    I'm tempted to do a conversion on my craptacular Huffy, even though I know there's no way it'll be worth the money and effort.
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    that looks like doodies on the bars. and doodie smeared all over the frame. doodie bike.

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    SS 29er



    2 x SS


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    I'm going to convert my late 90's trek 7000 after I finish building my current fixed gear. Not sure if I'm going to go SS or just convert to 9 spd, straight fork or suspension fork. For now its my winter sled.

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    Specialized P1 with Marzocchi Bomber 5" fork. 26" front and 24" back. Profile 155mm BMX cranks.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MIN View Post
    Specialized P1 with Marzocchi Bomber 5" fork. 26" front and 24" back. Profile 155mm BMX cranks.



    nice ride, man. lookin good.
    Quote Originally Posted by LUUUKE View Post
    thats the problem..i dunno how to take the bull horns apart

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    That rock lobster is way rad
    A wild man once explained to me how bicycles came from sailboats.

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    I'm working on a diamondback response conversion.

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    I want a pugsley so bad! it is such a great bike when used right. Anchorage may be in my near future and I'm sure a Pugsley would accompany me as well.

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    the pug is schweet! i want one. not enough snow here to justify though...

    i make do with this:


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    Here's mine.

    This is hands down the most funnest, awesomest, most-marvelousest bike I've ever ridden.
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    Oh noes....

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    It's my go anywhere leave anywhere locked up without having to worry pick up groceries drop off recycling ride in the crappiest weather but still fun to ride ATB.

    It's none of my business what other people think of me.

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    My old ride before I sold her...


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    I :heart: this whole thread, in spite of the occasional chain tensioner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robotkiller View Post
    My old ride before I sold her...


    El Comandante, I suppose? Nice frame. A bit pricey, but by far the technically best in the thread so far.

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