escamillo said:Did you just stick your name on the wait list too?
he did just that with Titus (D'oh! Titec) for his very popular H-Bars. I also saw an alloy/riser version of them too. Not as cool as the original ti ones, IMO.Mighty Drop Off said:He should license the design to a competent builder or get some help to make them faster.
I'm hoping that the wait is like 3 years so I have time to fill the coffee can.~martini~ said:I know some don't like his style, and that's fine. They don't ahve to get on a 2 year wait list. I love his organic shapes. Very fluid. Creative to say the least.
Don't worry Pope, I think Jeff is not accepting any new orders for bikes right now. His waiting list is up to 2 years at the moment. So you and your marraige are safe... for at least 2 years that is.lanpope said:OK seriously...This HAS to stop...my marriage can not handle another bike purchase...especially one that costs that much
I love it...must fight it...I hate it...liar
Not to dis on JJ and his fantastic design and workmanship (and I've seen the man ride, and boy can he ride!) but my mind is stuck on this one point:Cloxxki said:Jeff :It?s easy to adjust. It?s a bit like adjusting a bike with horizontal dropouts. There is .25? +- adjustment which is enough to have any ss gear combination. It?s the same amount of fore and aft adjustment that you get from an EBB.
I thought he said there was 0.25in IN and 0.25in OUT.GlowBoy said:In order to be able to use any SS gear combination, you need 0.5" of adjustment, not 0.25". EBBs vary (and some don't quite allow you to use all possible combinations), but most give you about 1/2" or so. Even the shorter old-style horizontal road dropouts give you 1/2", and most track fork ends give a full inch of adjustment.