Alright, I'll play. Here's my progression through the last 12 years or so.qayaq_alaska said:...we know there's way more SnoBikes out there...give it up...lets see!
Lookin' smoove there, T-licious...Mesotony said:Yes, a large, in the hard-to-find purple color. Not the outstanding photograpy of Tscheesy - but a contribution to this post all the same. I'll update it next time I see daylight. 20" pugs, remo sand rims and endomorph tires. Short ride on build completion was awesome once I let enough air out of the tires.
Dave, I'm diggin' the Kermit green, that really looks sharp.Dave in Driggs said:Here is the the build:
Bottom Bracket: Phil Wood 100 X 145
Thanks! I got lucky with the 100mm BB shell. Mark decided to change the standard after I had ordered the frame and luckily Phil Wood had some of the 100 x 145s available. I think Mark said my frame was the first one out the door with the new shell. It was really easy to set up and there are definitely more options available in 100mm than 85mm.EndoRando said:Dave, I'm diggin' the Kermit green, that really looks sharp.
I noticed you listed the BB as 100 x 145. Does your Wildfire have a 100mm wide BB shell? If so was that a custom request, or is that the new standard for Mark's frames?