After reading his post again I see that he is probably refering to the chain guide mount holes (ISCG) .banano said:sorry but i had a gemini and a gemini dh. At this time i have a judge with flo-brake and a prophet that have the holes like the old gemini. So i repeat this hole is in the right side for bolting the e.type derailleur because you need to stop if you don't want to see this stuff rotate. The support on the gemini dh and the judge are much bigger.
I have both the regular Gemini and Judge. Yes there is a hole on the Gemini that can be mistaken for a floater mount.spacoli said:After reading his post again I see that he is probably refering to the chain guide mount holes (ISCG) .
I thought he was talking about the single hole on the left just above the bottom bracket. This hole on the left would lead you to think it could possibly accept a floating brake arm.
I can fall down fine on a slow bike. Injuries I don't need; this may be the most valuable info in this thread. Thank you!racerzero said:I've had various injuries including bruised ribs in only 3 weeks since I been riding the Judge. This bike is way too fast for me handle.