King of vegetarians
They (Surly endomorphs) are currently the best tires for snow and sand,but there are plenty of guys here that use them for pretty much anything and everything.womble said:Don't laugh at the tyres- it's one of those new-fangled aquabikes
(Seriously though- what are those tyres for?)
The tires are not that heavy for their size,3.7" come in at around 1250g.It`s the 65mm rims that are the real penalty,the xc version is around 1150g(100g less than the dh version).But even at that weight alot of people say that they don`t feel too bad,this bike has a rohloff too!mopartodd said:Man, that BB is low. I think the fat tires look sweet, but I'd hate to lug them up hill.
Great family!are they all yours?Bells Brewery MTB said:pick 1
Finally,Ti SS 29er representin:thumbsup:Pooh Bear said:
nope, not mine. I wouldn't nominate my own bike, because then I would not understand if it didn't win.yoginasser said:Finally,Ti SS 29er representin:thumbsup:
Is that yours Pooh Bear and if so then what are the details and components that you chose?I see a Moots seat post and a Black Sheep 29" fork (great pairing),what else is on there?
Thank you for the feedback and the nice words,and I completely agree with your thoughts of adhering to the parameters of a custom bike.But I realized shortly after I started this thread that the parameters and definitions for custom MTB is very broad due to its relative and subjective nature,so that is why I have decided to create several categories to be fair in recognizing and celebrating everyones efforts in customizing their bikes and helping in bringing our passion of cycling to new heights.i like the De Salvo from the top of the page as well
nice thread yoginasser, try to keep it for custom bikes like your title say