I have finally decided to give my trusty steel Mojo some love. Monday I am dropping it off at Sycip to have them weld on some disc tabs and new hose guides. In a few weeks I will be taking it to MPC - Miller Powder Coating (they do Soulcrafts bikes) to be powder coated. I really struggled with color choice but have finally settled on Guinness Foam. I know, I know not original. Get over it, it's my bike. I really wanted the Guinness Foam for my Mojo carbon but was worried about the longevity of paint on a carbon mtb frame.
Here are some pictures:
In it's previous life as a neglected singlespeed
Here it is in it's current, reinvigorated, version. It's actually seeing some trail time now.
And the obligatory "Made in Sebastopol" sticker shot.
I know it looks clean in these pictures but it's not. The pictures don't show all of the lovingly applied touch up paint, and astute observers will notice the strategically placed crank arm to hide the chewed up chain stay.
I'll post some pictures of the bare frame later once I have it striped.