1994 Wicked Lite Singlespeed

tvcreative

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For your enjoyment

1994 Wicked Lite Charcoal 18 inch (virtually no miles on it)

Suspension corrected, 11 7/8 BB height

Kona 1 inch Fork project 2 410mm AC

Ringle stem

Controltech bars

King Headset

Race Face Grips

Syncros Seatpost

Selle Flite Ti saddle

XT 737 brakes

Paul Levers

Race Face Turbine crank with Surly Stainless 34T

XTR pedals

White Industries ENO hubs, Stainless Spokes and Mavic x517 rims

Shimano FW 16T

Bonzai Wheeler Skinwall Tires (off grey green rubber)
 

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tvcreative

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yes, i think you are right colker they all are after 1993 - i believe in some form or another...

I have a custom Big one inch fork that will make it's way on this bike. It needs to be painted, and was made for a wicked with the proper geometry/tracking....

I really love the way wicked's ride...
 

colker

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yes, i think you are right colker they all are after 1993 - i believe in some form or another...

I have a custom Big one inch fork that will make it's way on this bike. It needs to be painted, and was made for a wicked with the proper geometry/tracking....

I really love the way wicked's ride...

Mine is a 93. First I built it w/ a 415mm vicious cycles and didn't like the way it rides. Too bad i don't have the pic at this computer but the other pic shows it w/a 390mm fork.... non corrected.
I too love the way it rides.
 

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tvcreative

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Nice...

I rode a bit tonight, maybe a smaller fork would be nicer...

I will swap out tonight and try a 390mm tomorrow
 

colker

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taht red fork is a specialized direct drive diuble butted which is on another bike. I have the fat city original unicrown but the specialized is just a better fork.
 

wondermoose

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Ha, I have been hunting down a 1" rigid fork for awhile and just found that same exact Specialized 390mm fork. Had to have the crown race seat knurled down (had the old 27mm JIS style, wanted to keep my CK headset) and then had it repainted. Feels so much better than the old janky suspension I had.

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wondermoose

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Rides like a dream. Smooth, steady, shocked by how much more responsive it is with the rigid fork. Blue paint wasn't quite as dead on as I'd have hoped (there's a speckle in the blue on the frame and we missed that in the paint), but the silver is perfect.
 
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