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    Default Re: Mountain Bikes of Velocipede Salon

    My latest frame (#7). 650b single speed with a long travel (140mm) fork to replace frame #2.

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    My new mtb ride.
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    My SS Salsa El Mariachi .Photo taken in my playground..Michaux State Forest,Pennsylvania.228997_10151037265567632_250522725_n.jpg
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Altland View Post
    My SS Salsa El Mariachi .Photo taken in my playground..Michaux State Forest,Pennsylvania.228997_10151037265567632_250522725_n.jpg
    All these years living in PA, I've never set foot in Michaux. Looks like a pretty awesome place.
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    I was the military rep for Kona while in Japan so we all ride Konas at my house. Sarah's first MTB ride at Bartram in Augusta. Custom Kona Kahuna with carbon wheels build by DustinG @ Southern Wheelworks.

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    It is...everything you could want... fireroad climbing,flowy singletrack and of coarse PA rocks!
     

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    New bike and it's ready for some trail this weekend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxmech13 View Post
    New bike and it's ready for some trail this weekend!
    Ditto!

     

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    Updated pics of the On-One with the new rigid fork. It's lighter than my SS now. 22lbs on the nose. It'll gain about 1/4lbs with a more rigid-friendly front tire. Still, should be light and fast and fun. Bikeapacking on it soon, hopefully....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Altland View Post
    It is...everything you could want... fireroad climbing,flowy singletrack and of coarse PA rocks!
    Michaux rocks! (pun intended) Surprised Bshow has never raced there.
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    Here's my Niner EMD9 and my son's Hotrock FSR.
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    the AMPeirce is done and trucking its way from Colorado to Virginia
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    Forgot to post build progress, but Andy did a killer job and was super easy to work with. If you're thinking custom mountain bike, I'd vouch for AMPeirce

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    My first hand build frame. First ride yesterday and it felt awesome.

    Might face the top of the head tube down 5mm to drop the handle bars some.
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    Joe Murray designed Voodoo Aizan29. 2008 I think?

    Sram XO 9s, Reba RLT (meh), RaceFace X WickWerks 32/44 chainrings. They are great, and they were cheap before anyone/everyone knew about them! Great for CX too.

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    Scandium Voodoo Aizan/Custom Paint and Decals/ Shimano XT785 w/ Ghetto Jonesed out XTR m960/Wolf Tooth 32t chainring for the groupset. Enve/Thompson/3T (until I pick up a Thompson Post to complete the build/ Handbuilt DT240s-DT SuperComp Spokes-to Mavic TN719, tubeless of course, Wrapped in heavy but durable all around Conti Trail and X King, 36t Hop Up engagement in the hub with through axle RWS conversion (9mm and 10mm I believe)/ Aliante Kium&Carbon saddle/Reba RLT. Before I stripped the XT crakset/Front Mech and Front Shifter it was 23.xx, eager to see what the conversion did weight wise. Not super light but plenty durable and I'm very happy with this XC Race Rig. PLENTY of room to drop weight, Hoping to pick up a DT fork for it. Hope you like it and sorry for the shotty cell phone pictures.
    Ciao.

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    That's a very nice looking rig. Is the brand name "Crisp" or is that the model? I love clean yet bold bikes like yours.. Fine work.
     

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    That's Darren Crisp, who is based in Italy. More about him here:

    http://www.velocipedesalon.com/forum...ium-25411.html
     

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    This is what passes for a MTB in my stable:
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    Here's my late 90s IF Steel Deluxe.



    Just dropped it off with Chris Dorman for a respray yesterday, and I'm looking forward to getting it back with some fresh paint.
     

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    Default Re: Mountain Bikes of Velocipede Salon

    I have a couple of mountain bikes in the rotation. First up is my 2007 Ted Wojcik. Currently, Circle A Cycles is completing some updates with include new, wider chain stays and a slightly longer fork to run fatter 650Bs. This bike is my dedicated single speed, though could run it as geared if need be.







    Next up is my 2013 Tomii. Currently building this up for the season with several changes. Fork travel was increased to 100mm. Drivetrain and cockpit will be different. Looking to have it on some northeast singletrack very soon.





     

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