I noticed that it has a hanger, and can be run with gears. Maybe the disk tabs are for running gears, with the axle all the way forward.mtnbiker72 said:Looks cool, I'm assuming its a proto since the disc tabs on the frame lack the adjustability needed for horizontal drop outs
.......Schmucker said:Yeah, I don't know about the rear disc tab. I don't feel like running the WI eccentric adapter. The Fisticuff does fulfill one market niche against the Surly, On-One, Soma, and Salsa frames, it has disc tabs and is SS compatible.
I saw it at the Interbike outdoor demo, agreed it's a very nice looking frame. However, that prototype did not have disc mounts on it at all.~martini~ said:I like it. But I want to really like it. I've seen Ben's(shokstars), and it is a nice looking bike. He never ran his with discs though, so I never noticed the mounts on his bike. I'm tall, as I'll assume most of us are, and the 60cm(the biggest size) just isn't big enough. A 58cm TT? C'mon, get it out there, at least 60x60 so we can run stems that aren't a foot long and throw weight off. FWIW, I run a cross bike with a 61cm tt.
Wait a minute. Are you not the Oliver who is sponsored by or somehow affliated with Vassago?Oliver said:
No, I am not sponsored by them, nor do I work for them. I am actually an analyst for a biotech in San Diego, that is way to fat to be sponsored by a bike company.Manicmtbr said:Wait a minute. Are you not the Oliver who is sponsored by or somehow affliated with Vassago?