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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 8:52 am 
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That is super cool! Loving the stem to :P


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 9:07 am 
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the stem is pure mountain bike art (porn)


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Looks pretty nice 8)

Interesting though, i'm just finishing off my white project and i went for black post and stem, but on reflection and seeing your bike maybe silver is better :?


I think black and white can be good together but the whole point of this was to see if we were able to build something that had no black on it at all!!

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i did my white fire mountain with black bits (pics in sig) and was rerally pleased with it untill i saw a similar bike with silver and it looked sooo sweet.

that stem really is art!

its one chunky monkey


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lewis1641 wrote:
nporternz wrote:
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Looks pretty nice 8)

Interesting though, i'm just finishing off my white project and i went for black post and stem, but on reflection and seeing your bike maybe silver is better :?


I think black and white can be good together but the whole point of this was to see if we were able to build something that had no black on it at all!!

:wink:


i did my white fire mountain with black bits (pics in sig) and was rerally pleased with it untill i saw a similar bike with silver and it looked sooo sweet.

that stem really is art!

its one chunky monkey


have you seen the front brake is on the right!!!!!!!!!!!


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:lol:

you've done it wrong. or right.

my head still hurts


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can you let me know how the chain wears? my half link stretched on its first outing!


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lewis1641 wrote:
can you let me know how the chain wears? my half link stretched on its first outing!


i imagine it will wear pretty well as it wont get ridden very much!!!!

but i have another one and it wears really well - its a shadow conspiracy chain


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EDIT: Sorry I shouldn't have posted that.

Great bike!


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