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so stoked for this series!
@ John P.
To promote a general level of discourse here:
how much weight has Graves lost over the last 3 years?
how much tonnage did he lose over the 2012 off-season?
the physiological specs...
Notice the Yeti PR says Yeti not Yeti-Fox like the last few years?
Western MA trailsboss and framebuilder Chris Traverse is twisting...
Kid was on The Syndicate for a coupla years.
I saw a short travel bike on facebook or sumtin a while ago...
any more info?
The aluminum Turners are the only American Made options.
In the current political and economic climate that is an easily leverageable selling feature.
Build an SLX/Zee Burner with quality...
yeah, but Evil started in Boston(and then moved to Maine).
Rockwell was on the Trek World Racing payroll in 2012 shooting video footage during practice for Gwinn, Leov, Neko.
They also have a distribution deal with WalMart though...
to be quite honest, it would make a huge difference.
Sport Science is pretty phenomenal these days.
Even a ****ty coach or CSCS who meet the basic threshold for licensure would move a mid-pack...
Last time I was up at his shop(yesterday) Frank had just sent a couple of DH frames to heat-treat.
I raced DS last night with the G5 up front and a G2 out back
I don't see the g2 on the trek website any more. Perhaps i bought one...
Anybody know where the finish line of the Kama is going to be in relation to the two historic finish lines?
I'd hope they'd use one of the old ones that that coots like me can geek out over stats...
as I said in the previous post: the headtubes were really thin on those bikes.
(note: I worked there when that bike was built- and run the brand now)
notice that they're moving all of their production to Taiwan in 2014?
Nah, that thing is one of stock Suspect Device race cruisers, circa 1998.
Headtubes are a little thin on those things, don't buy it if you plan on riding it hard.
We do build BMX bikes when...
You aren't going to have chainring clearance with MTB stuff, unfortunately.
What kind of downsides?