Jump on the Spot Highline, and spin cleanly across town. The Gates Carbon Belt Drive requires no lube, and can be wiped down with a damp rag, so say goodbye to dirty pant legs and mysterious grime spots all over everything. The Highline's steel frame and fork soak up bumps in the road, and when paired with the 40-millimeter-wide Kenda Kwickroller tires and whisper-quiet SRAM 3-speed, internally-geared hub, you get a ride quality that is nearly unrivaled. Classic-style moustache bars add to the H
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Here's my bike with a few new parts and running a single ring setup. Light, quiet and low maintenance. Bike is riding awesome and with the weight nice and low, climbing with this setup isn't really that bad. Weighed in the other day at 36.06 lbs. That was with some mud and bar end caps that I ditche ... Read More »
I went on an XC ride yesterday with some friends, and while I was pushing my DHR uphill I had some time to think about what kind of drivetrain I should put on the Highline. Originally I was thinking about running dual rings up front, so I can hang out with granny on the climbs, but then I started wo ... Read More »
Highline in it's first race. Just got the bike built up last week. It ruled!! I got 5th place in my first dh race ever! It was the CHDH in livermore, ca. Thanks for the big pic Wherewolf!
My Friend Scott (goin medium) won 1st place. Time to move to sport class Scott! He got a medal on the ... Read More »