Though this does have wanker tyre inflation bobbins, the head angle / fork situation crash it out of the thread.
Getting closer amey, good effort but landfill frames / wheels are about as toxic as "drive to the ride" optics so in light of that the party can't be seen engaging.
@Dammit pic does the question of whether a LLS hardtail with a carbon fork, Rohloff, NOS green tyres and a Brooks B17 might fit the ever moving criteria (or the whims of @Maj )?
I wanted to post my allotment bike on here, it does tick at least a few boxes but I too feared judgement so balked and put it in functional..
No worries, worth a punt.
I've got a PX bullmoose (1 1/8" clamp) knocking around somewhere if you'd like to borrow it to see what it feels like?
very close call, the 1x and large range deore certainly is tempting, if you put some mks or an extra wide bar we'd support your membership transfer from NPNAFB
@hurricane_run as long as it hasn't got a bouncy fork we'll accept these modern chopper looking things
I have been wondering about flat bar exploros. Where's the picture from?
velo orange piolet
two good wh platforms
@NurseHolliday should probably post his 23kg surly
Thanks for the feedback boss!
I was considering an unnecessary brake upgrade and attempting to shoehorn some 29x2.0 tyres on there to gain approval ;)
That's the set up line for a joke I don't know
Haha this one is the reason I am currently spending way too much money on parts for my SSMTB I never ride.
//Edit: Ah great, answering to a post 3 pages back...
i'm still unconvinced this bike exists and isn't a psyop on people like me, it's a little too on the nose that i cant look at it for too long or my brain hurts
similar to when you get too many of those machine generated visual asmr uploads on your Instagram discover feed
A bit to much action on this one for me but...
When I start a bike project I often collect visual references of loads of other bikes and parts I like. For the SSMTB it's only this bike but like 20 different photos of it lol.
@amey will want this
*might need some Trek stickers
Maybe this thread is one big mood board. Intrinsic to that wavy lined wanker aesthetic...The bikes themselves have dissolved into gooey spunk.
For posterity before the inevitable flounce.
5k bike if I've ever seen one!
5k bike, unfortunately 45.00c
My tentative addition...
this bike is a very nice bike, the frame especially, im a big fan of top tube caballing.
but i am sorry, tripples, mudguards, tiny cassette, lack of artisanal baggage, this is far too functional, sensibly thought out and cost effective to be a wanker hybrid.
it also looks like it might actually get ridden and enjoyed which no bikes here do.
it does pain me to be so harsh on a lot of these very good project bikes, but unfortunately i do not make the rules
i do not make the rules
i do not make the rules
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