But my Niner has a Maverick SC32 on it and looks so cool at the trailhead!ncj01 said:Curtlo vs Niner?
*Full Custom vs overseas pre-built
*a few colors vs any color
*short wait vs long wait
*price about the same
*long time small builder vs new hip kid on the block
No, no racing... just in it for the ride.Fort James said:And thanks for the offer to go to Baltimore. Are you doing any of the cranky monkey races?
Sorry... I am having trouble staying awake at the computer and was daydreaming about riding slowly and unaggressively on a hardtail on non-technical, mostly flat trails.ncj01 said:
Indeed...focus on what's important first...buy fork/bling first, then worry about the frame later... :eekster:
yep, both sitting in the garage as I type. Totally different purchasing experiences. Doug used to be a neighbor in SoCal before he moved out of state, so the "homeboy" factor appealed to me. I got in touch with him, discussed what I was looking for (dedicated SS 26", rigid fork). The price wasn't bad and the wait....4-6 weeks! was a no-brainer. I've said it many times here before, but 5 weeks turned into 5 months. I'm over it now, thanks to my therapist and a recycle bin full of beer bottles. He also tracked down the "hot pants" pink that I wanted. I think he has pics of it somewhere on his website.b1umb0y said:That being said, Hollywood has owned both (if memory serves me correct...) so maybe he'll chime in.