Yeah, come ride with us. We are going to do a nice trail on the Saturday after Interbike.tscheezy said:Alright! Doug gets his freak on! That thing is beautiful.
I'm gonna come through your neck of the desert after Interbike. Hope to see you and the rest of the So Utah OTB gang for a weekend ride, perhaps. Meeting at Chums Sat morning? Maybe we can do a little bike swapping .
Take it easy,
Here is a new picture taken this morning. I threw on my 8" rotor on the front and I like it a lot better. Once you get used to the bigger rotors it is hard to go back. The bike pedals like a dream. You can stand up and crank on it while climbing and it feels solid. It is smooth coming downhill and the geometry is sweet. It weighs in at about 32 lbs.Porchsong said:Nice rig! The blue is way better than I thought it would be.
So, how does that beast climb? Do you like the AM1? How about the set up, and how deep does she tip the scale?
And more pictures, Taken with a Canon 10D and a 70-200mm lensShuntavi said:More Pics!
Love that blue.Shuntavi said:And more pictures, Taken with a Canon 10D and a 70-200mm lens
Shuntavi said:Yeah, come ride with us. We are going to do a nice trail on the Saturday after Interbike.
The OTB gang will be there I'm sure, at least a few of us.
What is that hose running to the rear derailuer?tscheezy said:Any bike shop should be able to sell you der housing in bulk by the foot. I buy it in 25' rolls. He is running full-length as evidenced in this pic:
Thanks for all the pics, Doug! You are a true gentleman. I want to check out your shop when we come through!