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What is everybody going to be riding at Keysville? I know its alittle earily but I just finished up my mount. The snow will be flying anyday and I may not get another chance for a test ride. This had been my #1 rider for awhile now but I made a few mods. Switched out the thumbies for some M900 shifters and replaced the Crank/chainrings/bottom bracket. Also added a new stem with a tad more rise than befor. :D

 

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I'll probably race on this:



but I'll be bringing my Bontrager along (made some changes since last year) and anything else I can get my hands on in the next few months.
 

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I'll probably try and bring this...

 

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Vintage seems to be pre Judy and V-Brakes, these days...

Classic, however, seems to be another story altogether.
 

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Keysville classes are '87 to '95 and '86 and older so Judys / V-brakes would be OK for a '95 :p
 

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kb11 said:
Keysville classes are '87 to '95 and '87 and older so Judys / V-brakes would be OK for a '95 :p
86 and older (pre-index shifting).

And I'd not be too stoked to line up next to a guy on a Judy equipped bike with V-Brakes. Defeats the purpose of the class I think.
 

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-Anomie- said:
I'll probably race on this:



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I really like this bike...just stands out as unique....:thumbsup:
 

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If....

If I were coming I would probably bring this...not right for racing but just fun to ride. :thumbsup:
 

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stan4bikes said:
I really like this bike...just stands out as unique....:thumbsup:
X2. Finish the fork like the frame and you have a total winner IMHO. Did we ever find out who made the frame?
 

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The flaw being that its a non-drive side shot.

The bike was expertly set up by a buddy of mine. ;)
And, (as long as you're pointing out flaws..) you should have more room ahead of the front tire than behind the back tire. Like post #5. :thumbsup:

I didn't make the rules of good composition, just try to follow them. Usually. Sometimes. :rolleyes:
 

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Do late model tires get you DQ'd?
No, but I think they make you start at the back :lol:
 

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And, (as long as you're pointing out flaws..) you should have more room ahead of the front tire than behind the back tire. Like post #5. :thumbsup:

I didn't make the rules of good composition, just try to follow them. Usually. Sometimes. :rolleyes:
You're absolutely right. Not a well thought out photo aside form the bike being off center.
 
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