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2021 Post your Single Speed and Fixed Gear Thread

Old 09-17-21, 04:03 PM
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2021 Tsunami frame after only...eight months wait


So, it's a new build that I'm enjoying. I have it set up with 48x17 or 48x18. It came out at a hair beneath 19 lbs.
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Old 09-17-21, 04:05 PM
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These frames are nicely finished. Note the smooth weld transitions at the head tube and seat cluster. I used carbon bars, stem and seatpost.
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Nice ride! Frame looks very similar to a Dolan.
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Originally Posted by Phil_gretz View Post

So, it's a new build that I'm enjoying. I have it set up with 48x17 or 48x18. It came out at a hair beneath 19 lbs.
Love this!! Where did you snag it? I've been eyeing these for awhile. Looks like they are a good package. Did you build it, or buy it complete?

Looks awesome 😎
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