The sandals are iconic
Re: the tyres, init looool. Doing your dad proud x
had a morning mooch over to Clayton Vale to go down some mountain bike trails. Unbeknownst to a poor 25c tyre fixie loser like me, the colours define the difficulty of the trail and I ended up (as the pros say) sending it down the red trails, absolutely terrified. It was brilliant fun, and I’ve just received the pedals I ordered last week!
The idea of red trails on sweep back bars makes me lol! Bet the cantis made slowing down interesting
imo we need to reclaim inner city trail riding from the full sus bros, for too long they have been justifying their alpine descenders on what are essentially little piles of rooty dirt with features formed by poor upkeep and riding while wet. .
it's time to cuck them with vintage mtb's and oversized gravel bikes
@LaserFrennox 10/10 would do again, the brakes weren’t too bad tbh, just need to move the levers as they are at a bit of a low angle for going full send .
@Maj yes, I agree. Give them a run for their money with our tastefully decorated blugwagons
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