I’m not interested in selling as of yet. Just to get that clear. HA!
Will have to wait 10 more years before my investment pays off I guess. If I could ever even let it go.
^^ Ha ha, SPFG forever!
Hey guys, does anyone have a scan/photo of the "Made in Brooklyn" sticker from the seat tube of V1s?
I can take a picture of mine next week when i get a chance.
Does anyone know the best way to buy a V4 if you're living in Europe?
It didn't look like that actually - that's cool though!
This is what you were after.
Perfect - thanks so much!
Need new stickers made for mine, where has everyone got other previously? Thinking of peeling mine carefully before repaint and getting them all scanned and made into a new set if anyone was keen.
There is somebody in the uk that sells them on ebay. I'm sure somebody on this thread has bought them and though they were ok.
I'll post a link when I'm not on my work laptop and I have some phone signal.
I bought a set of the eBay ones to cut up for my Pomp and the quality is pretty good.
Brillant, wasn't sure if the ebay ones were much cop.
I have an OG set i'll scan in for you to return the favour :)
The V4 video thing is out - https://www.instagram.com/tv/B2DbvChH8N3/
Been delving into google deep looking for 26" old skool Mtb commuter wheelie machine ideas for the next build and stumbled across this. Fucking dope
Love the fact, that the headtube angle is too steep for the fork, tilting the basket forwards. Steering must be interesting.
Thats a fuckin bombscare
Anyone know if theres an alternative to that Crust fork? Want to convert the v2 but they always seem to be out of stock.
Maybe he'll do a new batch
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