The timeless design of the new Infinity will appeal to a wide range of users. The lightweight alloy frame and nose-piece can be bended to fit, and the temples are spring-loaded to provide comfort at all times. The classic color-combinations are sophisticated and classy, and will suit all styles of casual wear.
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I'm in need of a new travel adjustment lever for a set of Manitou Minute 3 IT
I can't find a replacement set anywhere online ... was wondering if a basic friction lever (SIS type) would work instead. Would it connect any differently?
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Posted a thread at 29ER forum....
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All Columbus tubes@ fillet brazed
Trail XC endurance geometry.....
Mated with a Rohlof hub to become a solid working horse!!
Got about 1500 miles on it.
A dream in all aspects....currently building two more for clients/fellow riders (one is XXL).
More pics less words;)Read More »
I have a 1993 mb3 that I would like to experiment with and need a cheap fork with a one inch steer tube. Anyone know the a to c on this fork? Also how much can I raise the front on this bike and still keep reasonably good handling? It has 72/74 head and seat tube angle stock. I saw the fork on unive ... Read More »
Hi all - vintage steel question but this forum is the only one on Mtbr where I have ever seen Don Legge's name mentioned....
Apparently he built bikes in Vancouver in the 80s - 90s?
I saw a small wishbone stay rigid bike at the local Thrift store, nothing to note except that it had Mavic Oxyge ... Read More »