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Here's my crosser, I was waiting to post until I got the fork and single chainring setup on it but it looks like the thread may be gone by then. Anyway, here it is. I wanted to show this Redline with my home made bike stand like the dude on page 3 but he's at a birthday party today.
 

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Serotta Hors Categorie DKS

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<img src="https://www.fooriders.com/images/bikes/horscx/cimg2632.jpg"><br>Docked<br>
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<img src="https://www.singlespeed.net/uploaded/pictures/64_30_205_111_cimg4597.jpg"><br>Take-off<br>
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<img src="https://www.fooriders.com/images/rides/sheepcx/cimg2709.jpg"><br>Airborne!<br>
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One of my favorite bikes... (a few more pics <a href="https://www.singlespeed.net/main/forum.mv?forum=103&module=view&viewid=36&mode=com&row=0">here</a>)
 

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Damn, Terminaut, those wheels can take some abuse! From the other picks you pointed us to, it's obvious you're riding that bike SS style, but have you ever set up and ridden it fixed? I'm trying to figure out a good ration for my Surly Steamroller. Can you tell me what ratio and crank length you run on that bike?
 

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Bikehigh said:
Damn, Terminaut, those wheels can take some abuse! From the other picks you pointed us to, it's obvious you're riding that bike SS style, but have you ever set up and ridden it fixed? I'm trying to figure out a good ration for my Surly Steamroller. Can you tell me what ratio and crank length you run on that bike?
Funny that you mention it, but I'm going to build up another wheelset (probably ENO) to swap out with for fixed riding. I don't know what it'll be like on the cross bike but I enjoy fixed off-road on my old Cannondale conversion.

The bike is running 175mm cranks and its current ratio is 34:21, I believe. I like to spin more than mash, so that ratio is probably a little low (gear-inch wise) for the typical singlespeeder.
 

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Nice Morati Fork

can't hide it w/ those Serotta Stickers. like the Ritchey esque swept stays as well. nice rig and riding.
 

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I just picked it up 2 days ago. Thanks to my work schedule I was able to take it out for a ride tonight, just before sunset. Stock 2005 Cannondale Cyclocross, 54cm. Look pedals are temporary for now. I will have to wait a few weeks for some 959's and SPD shoes. But right now both my 'cross bike and my road bike have the same pedal setup.

-Ken
Ey, where'd you get those tires? Awesome!
 

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my black steed

frame- started life (ive been told) as a redline scandium, repainted by atherton (58.5)
fork- evo carbon
crank/bar/stem/post- ritchey wcs (34-50) post is pro
headset - king
bb/sti/rd/cassette- ultegra 9 speed (12-25)
brakes- paul's neo retro
front der - old school xtr
sram pc-90 chain
wheels-king/open pro/3x 14/15/brass/vittoria corso
seat- selle italia flite ti (had it since i started riding 8 years ago)
pedals- time atacs

other - topeak v12 computer wireless

she weighs just over 19, some road pedals will help drop that






 

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just built up my waterford cx

I got this late 90's NOS x-14 a few months back and built it with other ebay, lbs, and parts bin finds. it's all lugged 531, old-school build. it's a 1x8.

after riding it to work this morning, i think i need to get a shorter stem. i feel really stretched out. i figured i might need to as the stem came off another bike with a shorter top-tube the fit alright.

anyway, waterfords are very nicely built frames. very clean lug work. cant' wait to take it out tonight for a spin on some local trails.
 

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just built up my waterford cx

I got this late 90's NOS x-11 a few months back and built it with other ebay, lbs, and parts bin finds. it's all lugged 531, old-school build. it's a 1x8.

after riding it to work this morning, i think i need to get a shorter stem. i feel really stretched out. i figured i might need to as the stem came off another bike with a shorter top-tube that fit alright.

anyway, waterfords are very nicely built frames. very clean lug work. cant' wait to take it out tonight for a spin on some local trails.
 
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