The mtn GOAT. Its getting properly 'launched' at NAHBS, but the idea was to build us bikes that would could use for full weekend 'adventure' (sorry) riding. Being slow, slightly technical and muddy terrain in the middle of nowhere speaks to us both, as we can hide our lack of pace behind 'really experiencing the trails'. They're covered in bosses for everything cages etc, and we've also designed a rigid fork, slightly lower a to c from the bouncy one it's designed with, to tighten angles a bit and allow for more mile munching.
What does the slightly technical and muddy terrain in the middle of nowhere actually say, when it speaks to you both?
Does anything every actually say anything? It's more the feel. The experience. Being but not seeing. Having seen without having been. The time for change. A change of time. Isen.
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