Non level panniers are the work of serial killers.
Seeing Amey's collection of racks with Inbreds i'm not sure I'd ever shared mine in family camping trip luggage carry mode.
What's holding the front drybag at that angle and stopping it flopping down?
Ta. One of these:
with a couple of old reflector brackets added on to make a loop for the bungee to be secured through.
Does changing the forks on a 26" inbred from 100 to 120mm make a lot of difference? Has anyone tried this? I would like to make it more suitable for rough terrain.
Ive got an On-One Inbred 29er singlespeed (horizontal drop outs) xl frame that I've had for a while intending to build up. I've realised that I'm never gonna do it since I already have three mountain bikes.
If anyone wants to buy it give me a shout. Will probably list in in classifieds soon but thought id mention here first. Its the creamy off white slightly pearlescent colour
Finally put bobbly tyres on mine today. Now for some weather that won't melt me so I can ride it somewhere
Inbred on a Wiltshire overnighter, free beer from friendly local that topped up my water bottle. Fantastic riding in the cool morning before a 32 deg day. Helmet off, wide hat on.
Might have to unsub this thread to avoid sellers remorse!
Thanks for posting my bike in here also @amey hadn't got around to it yet! Using a Salsa fork, Hope Pro 4 wheels and Sram NX gears with an XT chainset
Constant drafting, nice
What forks are people using on a 26.
Still have 3 frames and two different forks and still done jack shit.
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