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My Bike
My Single Speed Mountain Bike began it's life as a 1994 TREK 970.  To eliminate the need for chain tensioning devices I had track "dropouts" installed.   David Wilson (R&E cycles, Seattle) did the conversion.

Here are the specs
1994 -16.5"
TREK 970
grams
remarks
Frame
True Temper OX3
2227
4 lb. 14.6 oz.*
Fork
TREK System 2
911
2 lb.
Rim
Mavic X517
385
Rim
Mavic 217
395
Spokes
Wheelsmith 14/15
F-264mm, R-261
423
R-208g, F-215g
w/brass nipples
Rear Hub
Phil Wood
Kiss Off DST
401
~$140
Front Hub
Shimano XT
153
Tubes
butyl, presta
328
= wt x 2, 1.25x1.75
Front Tire
Continental XC pro
603
26x2.0
Rear Tire
Continental XC pro
582
26x1.9
Front QR
Shimano
80
Rear QR
N/A
N/A
Bolt on hub
Headset
Tange Alchemy
~120
Threadless
Seatpost
TREK system 2
354
Saddle
Bontrager
306
QR clamp
TREK
93
BB
Shimano UN51
582
Crank
LX M563
509
includes bolts (26g)
Chainring
32T
35
Chainring Bolts
BMX
20
Chain
KMC
257
Freewheel
18T
184
Shimano
Front Brake
Dia-Compe 986
135
w/o pads
Front Pads
Aztec
34
Rear Brake
Dia-Compe 986
135
w/o pads
Rear Pads
Eagle Claw
40
Red
Brake Levers
Suntour XC Pro
168
L&R
Stem
Bontrager
196
135 mm
Handlebar
Syncros
258
riser bar
Bar Ends
N/A
Grips
ODI
80
Pedals
TIME ATAC
414
GREAT pedal!
H20 cage
Lock jaw
54
For Light Battery
Computer
Avocet

All items weighed with a digital postal scale.
Total weight is a little shy of 23 lb.

*The track dropouts added 1ounce to the frame weight.

Made in the USA!

Questions?  emails me at:  JustsayMo@singlespeed.net


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