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    'brifter' is a lame word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaseyjase View Post
    2015 Defy Advanced SS

    Sweet!!!
    I work for some bike racers
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    and a bunch of skateboards

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    Yes nice looking Defy, love the colors too! Nice flat brake hood/bar transition, SRAM what levers and bars please?
    Lovin' my Wabi Cycles fixed gear! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natedogz View Post
    Yes nice looking Defy, love the colors too! Nice flat brake hood/bar transition, SRAM what levers and bars please?
    Cheers mate

    Bars are factory Giant items that came with the bike, levers are SRAM S500.

    Cane Creek scr5s will also give you a good transition, a little more grip at the hoods, and cheaper, i just preferred the feel and look of the s500.


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    This is bad ass!! What did you do for chain tension? Nicely done.



    Quote Originally Posted by jaseyjase View Post
    2015 Defy Advanced SS


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPoser View Post
    This is bad ass!! What did you do for chain tension? Nicely done.
    White Industries ENO Disc Hub ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPoser View Post
    This is bad ass!! What did you do for chain tension? Nicely done.
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    White Industries ENO Disc Hub ???
    cheers lads, actually magic geared at 50/16

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    Just completed my latest build. It's a Benotto Pista 2700.

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    Here is mine, it's a Specialized Langster, Tokyo edition.DSC00698.jpg

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    One freshly built up and new and the other dialing in my pursuit position.
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    Unlike Roebuck, you do "do" people.
    Maybe Judas did it for a Klondike bar.

    Life in the fast lane with no brakes

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    Old Bianchi frame powdercoated orange and track ends added. Got it off CL for pretty cheap.

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    My Stealth SS
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    What the Hell is going on
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    Special Ed

    Just found a matching (sorta) front wheel for my track bike.
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    You'd think we were here for something other than fun. - Ishmael

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    Here's my Dawes SST with BMX cruiser stem and bars. Had to do this to have the doctor approve me riding a bike after herniating 5 disc in my Neck and Lumbar region.



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    Beautiful Dawes! Fuji fixed gear Fuji2015.jpg
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    Waxahachie, Texas
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    "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."

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    Felt Breed

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    Back to SS. 36X 18 700X50C front 45C rear.
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    Hi there,
    my Charge Plug 2:

    Greetings from Spain!
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    Magic geared at 53/15

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    Thatís gorgeous, Zaskar. Beastly gear, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willyg289 View Post
    Thatís gorgeous, Zaskar. Beastly gear, though.
    Thanks @willyg289... I bought the Klein new in '97. It's had a few lives. For the past 10 years, it's been a single speed. The gearing is the third setup - each time going a little bigger. 53-15 seems to be perfect for the moderately hilly terrain around Atlanta. Any smaller (last was 53-16) and I spin out on two sections of our morning group ride - mostly flat, somewhat downhill sections... usually around 32-35 mph.

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    Hello All
    I just got myself a new SE draft single speed to tool around the local bike paths.
    60 years of riding high END still fun but simple still a good thing especially if you riding urban and are worried about by theft , not that I want to lose any bike I would rather loss a 269.90 SE draft. Highly recommend this model as a bike shop owner its high quality and low cost.
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