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Was so in love with the Pugsley that I had to have one, so here is the first one I put together at the beginning of the summer which was a used frame (spent $1200 on it)


After riding it for a couple of months I decided to build a second one (spent $1800 on it)
16" Gray Frame
Large Marge Front and back
Avid BB7 180mm Brakes
Chris King Headset
Phil Wood Bottom Bracket
White Industries 175mm 32T crank
White Industries 16/18T freewheel

Never had SO MUCH fun riding these bad boys




They stay on the boardwalk at the beach, never been on sand. I will spent money in the winter and run one with SRAM X0 9 speed and one with Alfine 8 speed or Rohloff 14 speed
 

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Ronark said:
Was so in love with the Pugsley that I had to have one, so here is the first one I put together at the beginning of the summer which was a used frame (spent $1200 on it)

After riding it for a couple of months I decided to build a second one (spent $1800 on it)
16" Gray Frame
Large Marge Front and back
Avid BB7 180mm Brakes
Chris King Headset
Phil Wood Bottom Bracket
White Industries 175mm 32T crank
White Industries 16/18T freewheel
That White Ind. crank looks thick!
 

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Sting said:
Are you able to remove the rear wheel without removing the rear brake?
thanks
Do not need to remove brake when removing wheel, but on my 1X1 with Large marge I need to remove the brakes first(Also had to cut off the caliber)


lobsterman said:
Who built your wheels? the bikes look awesome:)
Wheels were the standard build by HANDSPUN boughr from AEBike or Jenson for $156 ea (Rim, spoke, hub)
 
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