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sixsixtysix said:
Turned out looking good:thumbsup:

How's it ride with the rigid up front?
It's brutle! 6 foot drops make my wrists feel like their gonna snap! lol, other than that it's great!!

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kendogg said:
What gearing do you run for the pump track?
havn't got it on the pump track yet, it's 32x18 right now and feels great.

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kendogg said:
What gearing do you run for the pump track?
Shouldn't matter, its a pump track, not a pedal track:D

clockwork said:
whoa big seat there buddy
Normal seat, tiny bike:)

Here's mine with a DJ saddle, and that even looks big. Both Kort's and mine are long frames, the short is a little over an inch shorter in the top tube.:eek:
 

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That is a cool bike - congrats! The fork reminds me of the wishbone seatstay on my "new" PT bike....

I've had this tiny DeKerf frame kicking around as garage art the last few years. With a few parts from Garagemall and others donated or bought super cheap from dgangi, NoelG, KennyB, BrianC, 666, and a mystery Secret Santa, I was able to put together this little bike. The light XC frame might break with a more skilled rider, but I'm looking to just learn a few PT moves and will never likely go too big or too far. Mostly, I just want a bike to sit on at the track and look cool while drinking beer :) Thanks to everyone for the parts and see ya'll at the Fishbowl!!
 

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haha those seatstays are cool, I think we need an offical pump track thread! lol.

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KK; I have that exact fork on my commuter rig. Kinda dig the look of the Soul fork though, even if it is wyked heavy :p
 
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