Yes, I mean, not exactly. I'd perhaps give it a go, possibly. But only if I was sure. I'd need to be mostly sure. I mean, I'd probably give it a go if I was at say 50% sure. Not less than that. Give or take.
But you have so many
Get a recent Kona Unit. 27.5+ wheels, or 29 for when you're feeling sensible
Decent geometry and nice sliding dropouts
I managed to squeeze 29x2.8 into mine. But that was an older model, 2017 I think.
Rolls, not curves.
Never liked their forks so much. Salsa or a Surly.
Daydreaming about riding the Tour Divide while doing your endless turbo sessions :-)
His X100F lasted longer than mine did in the wild.
What a miserable backdrop for a mtb photo
Frame is nice tho
Thats mine! :)
A worthy repost from 5 years ago
Nice Curtis, but really needs a different fork
The stem is the monstrosity there.
That a Blacksheep?
Reallynot a fan of em, for a bike with so many curves they have so little flow.
Jeez there’s some utter filth on this page so far. Love that surly and the last one from @Thrasher.. in fact everything except the black sheep which deserves to be scrapped
You must have Chris Hoy legs.
Yeah, looks like a bmx was fucked by 29er
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