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    Post your SSCX

    I need some ideas for a single speed cx bike and I would like all of you to help. So if you would be so kind and post your single speeders I would be very happy. Thank you!

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    Look thought the 09' cross bike sticky and there are a few number in there
    This is gunna be interesting
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    Kona Major One

    I hope I'm not thread jackin'
    I'm just so stoked for my new SS CX rig!

    But yesterday I raced the Liberty Bicycles Off road Squeezer MTB race yesterday.

    Took the top step in the single speed cat! On my GF paragon w/ magic gear 34X13. It was a small cat. with only a few strong SS'ers. But I placed 37th over all too. Not bad!

    Then after the podiums my number and 4 other peeps # got pulled from the hat of 775 other riders. THE BIG BIKE DRAW!

    Here's me waiting for the other #'s to get pulled. Check out the prize!







    Here's me jumping for joy after all the other peeps got eliminated!




    Here's me holding up the Kona Major One!


    The only bad thing about this awesome prize is, I just bought the Specialized tricross Singlecross, last month.
    Not really a bad spot to be in though.


    The Major One is spec'd out better than my Tricross Singlecross. geometry is different and stuff.

    I have yet to ride it. Tomorrow at CX practice with the gang.

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    This is how I raced mine for a couple seasons. I recently put drop bars on it so it would have the same position as my geared bike, but I do recommend the moustache bars.






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    Karma made by Yeti's Shane Cole. Nicest CX bike I've ever raced- geared or otherwise.
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    My Major One makes me feel all warm and fuzzy.
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    Holy Cow! Crankles that is amazing! Please tell me you race in speedos wearing a cape.

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    actually, a jump suit...to modest for a speedo.
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    I am inspired to build up a SS!

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    SingleCross

    Very non-stock

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    Next: Less Ugly/Heavy fork.

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    bianchi san jose, mostly stock (saddle, stem, bars, post, freewheel), ho hum, no pic needed
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    Fat tire Fred....you are the bike god of the universe and unless someone agrees with your reasoning they are just plain stupid

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    Rebuilding mine this weekend after a nice repaint by IF.

    IF Steel Planet X with track dropouts
    Meteorite Metallic flames over Gloss Black
    Campy Record brake levers
    FSA crank (38x16)
    Will build a rear tubular for it next year, so Fango Clincher on the rear, Fango tubular on the front.

    Pics soon.

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    Fs Ss

    Here's the current setup. I used it mostly for road with slicks. Have a new Felt on order so this beast is on the block.

    mkr
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    Quote Originally Posted by CouchingTiger
    Here's the current setup. I used it mostly for road with slicks. Have a new Felt on order so this beast is on the block.

    mkr
    Dare you to line up with that this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by joness
    This is how I raced mine for a couple seasons. I recently put drop bars on it so it would have the same position as my geared bike, but I do recommend the moustache bars.





    Nice! I was thinking of doing something similiar-what levers are you using with the v brakes? I have some avids I wanted to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankles
    . . . and we have a winner!

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    Dia-compe 287v levers. They are designed for use with v-brakes and work pretty well. I did a full season in Portland on them and didn't have any mud issues - although we only had a couple really muddy weekends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the mayor
    Dare you to line up with that this weekend
    whats your point?

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    Major One (never knew there were so many out there)

    Rides well, geo's good, scandium's light, build quality's solid, brown's understated and classy (and perhaps cliche).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgyver29er
    I hope I'm not thread jackin'
    I'm just so stoked for my new SS CX rig!
    Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. Congrats on the race result and the draw prize!

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    I'm not that brave, good, or foolhardy

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    Quote Originally Posted by the mayor
    Dare you to line up with that this weekend

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    Disregard the toe clips. I will also have a rear brake and will be running fw, not fixed. Also, will switch the tires out to 35's (38's currently).

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