I thought the focus was the Dirt Drop Setup....IF52 said:Nice start.
Maybe a little more bike in each picture. Especialliy the ham
Yeah, pretty much, but it is kind of hard to get a really good idea of setup with just a snap of the bars. That picture of the Ritchey with the saddle visible is nice because it shows the bar to saddle relationship.Aemmer said:I thought the focus was the Dirt Drop Setup....
Personaly I was admiring how each bike so far has a little different variable to the cable routing......
Haha, ya I was gonna call you out on that.IF52 said:Ah, damn. My search skilz suck. I was looking for those. I forgot I was the one started that one or I would have bumped it back up. Sorry.
The RM-2s felt instantly comfortable and familiar even after riding some 20+ yrs with the RM-3s. At first I was worried about the increased width of the RM-2s on tight trails, but that doesn't seem to be an issue. My RM-2s had been cut down an inch to accommodate barcons which helps a bit.bushpig said:Between the RM-2s and RM-3s which do you prefer?
The guys at Ibis were sure doing some nice work in those days. This bike was from the time when it was still a three man operation - Scot, Wes Williams, and the painter Lawrence. Although Scot painted this one himself.colker1 said:the ibis is so hot. it's my fave bike in this forum.