ups and downs
I'd recommend just zip tying your feet to the crank arms through the pedal holes. Much cheaper than most pedals.Garlock said:How are you supossed to ride it if it has no pedals?
Great bike, I loved the fork. You might want to change the seat if you're going to actually use it.
Rocky you could be on to a winner there.rockyuphill said:I'd recommend just zip tying your feet to the crank arms through the pedal holes. Much cheaper than most pedals.
Yep, they're the fellas.rockyuphill said:You're thinking of Power Grips...
That's a serious case of Rocky-mountainitis you have there. The best cure is to add more to the collection.rockyuphill said:Well I'm thinking a carbon Altitude is in my future. Maybe a carbon Vertex Team if I really don't want to make any retirement contribution next year
By the looks of it, someone's going to get a great bike that belies its agerockyuphill said:So it is time to set this Vertex free and make that connection for someone else.
The frame is in terrific shape, it has that groovy holo-black paint. There's two decals that weren't under clear coat that are cracked, other than that the frame is immaculate. It's had clear protector patches where the cables might rub from day one. The clear coat on the downtube feels a bit rough where it's been peppered with stuff of the front tire but there's no chips through to the colour coat.DGB said:By the looks of it, someone's going to get a great bike that belies its age
I second that motion.DGB said:That's a serious case of Rocky-mountainitis you have there. The best cure is to add more to the collection.
I could sell it to you without the saddle but that has even worse mental imagery... :skep: :thumbsup:bagpipes said:I second that motion.
I was considering this as my 10th RM but I can't get passed the comment about the appreciation of the extra padding on the nose of that seat. A mental picture is sometimes hard to remove from the mind.