Sweet rig. I work with a guy that is good friends with Bill, used to work in his shop mitering tubesets. Never got an x-frame, I have the Hard-Core, traditional 2 diamond frame with oversized steel tubes. Pretty high bottom bracket, but it works. Most of Bill's stuff had pretty radical piant. Can't help with the picture resolution, sorry.WTB said:Okay,let's try this again.
Thanks.A buddy of mine had one of the first Aggressors,pretty much a slimmed down Hardcore with a hardcore fork.It looks almost identical to the wineberry/white/blue model on Mike Herrman's site,right down to the IRD seatpost and Cook's cranks.Rumpfy said:Cool bike!
Got Photoshop? Or any photo editing software really...usually there is a 'quick fix' function to clean things up with ease...but that photo look like it's already been altered from it's original state...
How and what was used to take it?
My offer to buy still stands, should you change your mind!WTB said:Just a pic of my '93 or '94 Grove X(bought it new from the Bicycle Shop in State College,PA in the Spring of '94)
The original picture I'm sure was fine, it was the program that you used to reduce the resolution that screwed it up. Try another program.WTB said:I took the photo with an Oympus D-550 digital(the original is perfect)Unfortunately,I had to reduce the pixels to get it within this site's limit for an image upload and the resolution became what you see now.
Hi - looks like a nice bike. I've had my grove x since '91 and it's pretty unique over here in the UK. Unfortunately I can't ride it at the moment as the left hand crank sheared while I was commuting to work - piled in good style! i'm having real problems obtaining a set of cranks for this bike - do you know where I could obtain some Hotrod 175's or suggest an alternative option that will fit the bike.WTB said:Just a pic of my '93 or '94 Grove X(bought it new from the Bicycle Shop in State College,PA in the Spring of '94)