Definitely worth keeping
Been enjoying the shit out of this thing since building it the other weekend
An 18cm headtube is a bit small for this thread but here's mine
Great bike to revitalise this thread.
I had a Ridley Oval 60cm. Lost in the sands of time...
Local to me, never seen this done before, apparently fairly common on plastic bikes? Anyway, it's big and beautiful in steel, in a functional sort of way. https://www.thespoken.cc/lyle-wiens-fat-tire-road-bike
Had a cheeky spin on this at work today.
Sweet but surely deserves more bling groupset and wheels?
I agree and I was sceptical about posting it here to be fair. Not my bike and not exactly how I'd build it. Not often you see these this big though so
My A. Gresinski branded BaCo, around 61 cm c-t I think.
I quite like the paint job.
Put this back together the other day and have been out on it the last couple of days.
Likely gonna swap to a pearl instead of the Jag.
Still one of the coolest frames
Slightly off topic but do you know who made the saddle bag? Nice to see something a bit different!
Awesome - thanks!
Currently in classifieds
Saw this beast on Reddit - the framebuilder piped up in the comments:
"Matt Bracken of Pedro’s here. I worked at Merlin Metalworks from 1993-1999. This bike and and exact copy were produced for “The Admiral” David Robinson of The San Antonio Spurs.
We bolted together two of our production jigs to hold one of these frames for David Robinson.
The fork was a custom Wound Up out of Utah with a length close to 440 mm’s
David kept one in San Antonio and the other at his second home in Hawaii.
Great seeing this pic again."
no toe overlap here
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