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    Default Axiom S



    I like my Seven so much, I'm afraid to talk about it lest I somehow jinx this perfect thing we have going. Had this bike since March of this year, close to 2,000 miles on it so far rain and shine and a bit of snow. Riding it feels like I have wheels for legs rather than being on a bike. The end.

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/63589722@N08/7649296666/" title="Seven Mudhoney SL by Nievas, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7271/7649296666_3c8a618e36.jpg" width="500" height="500" alt="Seven Mud<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/63589722@N08/7649296944/" title="Seven Mudhoney SL by Nievas, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8428/7649296944_9fd04eda61.jpg" width="500" height="500" alt="Seven Mudhoney SL"></a>honey SL"></a>
    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/63589722@N08/7649296944/" title="Seven Mudhoney SL by Nievas, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8428/7649296944_9fd04eda61.jpg" width="500" height="500" alt="Seven Mudhoney SL"></a>
     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL



    Had the opportunity to test ride one of these yesterday.
    The 622 SLX, lugged carbon + titanium. Pictures here.

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Floor bike I built up. Love it. Want it.

     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    This is the Seven I would build. Dirt gobbler.

    Do you have any picks of the downtube and chainstay brake cable routing? I'm curious.

    Quote Originally Posted by -Dustin View Post
    Floor bike I built up. Love it. Want it.

     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    I don't currently. Runs along downtube, over the bb shell, then along the chainstay. Full housing. Can get a picture up later on.
     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Can't believe I didn't post this sooner...my team cross bike for this past season. Mudhoney (DB steel) with special paint scheme.

    Kudos to Dan Valliancourt and Co. for drawing this up and executing. Probably a little more spacers under the stem than optimal but I am a challenge to fit with my short inseam and long torso. Bike was awesome this season and shared duties with the speedvagen. Hard to pick a winner between the two, but in the end I sold the vagen.

    Next up will be a Di2 specific resolute steel bike. It's gonna be sweet. more photos later.
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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    The latest iteration of my Axiom SG:Seven Axiom SG.jpg
     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    New to me Seven Axiom SL. I think it was originally designed for Signature Cycles.

    Fits 30mm tires and is a joy to ride. Not as stiff as the Canyon Ultimate Al, but smoother.
    It is currently in transit to meet me on the other side of the world in Guangzhou China.


    Yash Katsumi

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Mudhoney in real steel:

    2013-05-21 10.25.45.jpg

    3T fork/Chris King h/s and Avid road discs
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    Cheerio!

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    I like this photo. The title should be: "Seven: Meant to be driven".

     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatBritishBloke View Post
    Mudhoney in real steel:

    2013-05-21 10.25.45.jpg

    3T fork/Chris King h/s and Avid road discs
    Is that 3T fork cross specific? I had problems with 25's on a 3T Funda. Bike looks real nice.
     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    It is a cross fork. There's currently 32s running on those wheels.
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    Cheerio!

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by TopQuark View Post
    I like this photo. The title should be: "Seven: Meant to be driven".

    Thanks!
    It took a long time to clean that bike after a 4 hour messy ride. Not an easy task living in an apartment.
    Yash Katsumi

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Apropos of nothing, I saw a fantastic Seven kind of like Yashakatsumi's the other day, only the fork was a pale mint green, and it looked like at least some part of the frame was painted the same color and white.
    If it belongs to anyone on here, they should post some pics- it is a fine looking velocipede.
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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by yashkatsumi View Post
    Thanks!
    It took a long time to clean that bike after a 4 hour messy ride. Not an easy task living in an apartment.
    Glad you like it, used to be my ride!!

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by SignatureJustin View Post
    Glad you like it, used to be my ride!!
    It is a pretty awesome frameset. I feel like if I got properly measured and fitted, Seven would just build me the same frame!

    Which Seven fork am I riding?
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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by yashkatsumi View Post
    It is a pretty awesome frameset. I feel like if I got properly measured and fitted, Seven would just build me the same frame!

    Which Seven fork am I riding?
    It's their 5E Fork.

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Brought this home with me today:

     

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    Default Re: Mudhoney SL

    Quote Originally Posted by fa63 View Post
    Brought this home with me today:

    Very nice! That looks like a Serotta fork—an unusual combination if so. Looks great whatever it is.
     

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