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LaserFrennox

Member since Feb 2019 • Last active Apr 2021
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    @ricky2slicky - the big spoons is definitely worth the trip! Gravel around there is p awesome as well. There’s a few routes all the way from the coast across to Ponteland and onwards around there. The For Shreds definitely look the business just don’t agree with me.

    @MisterMikkel - Great shout! Don’t have the clamping space I like about the Stooge bars but they look like a sweet option. Also torn on just chucking some drops on, but I’m running a MTB disc calliper so it might be tricky.

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    +1 for thumbies with sweep backs on the Marin! Can’t wait to see what you make of it. Also really rate the GRX on the Fort. How is 1x on a road setup?

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    Fizik on a fixed gear gravel bike to make the roadies weep..

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    Was pondering recently about what saddle I might want for the 26er and while I could’ve bought a cheapish Charge spoon like I’ve got on my Surly, I thought the Surly was due an upgrade.

    Managed to pick myself up an Antares with a relief channel in it. Never ridden a saddle with a channel but I rode the same style of saddle for a while so I’m getting adventurous with it.

    I’m sure I saw somewhere the other day that putting a Fizik saddle on a gravel bike is like mixing Adidas and Nike. The idea of such blasphemy made me froth at the mouth just a little.

    (Saved 94 grams as well. Defo worth the money..)

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    I’m not sure abrasive tech is for anyone but been throwing down to this today

    https://youtu.be/OF-bmUZ7cso

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    I’m sure any amounts of people over on RetroBike would pay good money for that. Beauty of a piece.

    In regards to having a modernised mountain bike, Late 90s frames are definitely the age you’re looking for, the only modern standards they’re usually missing are disc brake mounts. I’ve got a Saracen from 95’ that I’m building up with the same aspirations atm

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    That is beyond cool!! I love that layered crown detailing at the top and bottom of the ST. I really rate the endless mounting points.

    We might have to have some words @M_V

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    See if you can get some Camp and Go Slow cotton tape in combo with the nitto bars for the ultimate Radavist bait bike

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    Not much of late. Had a few designs for some frame bags and stuff drawn up for a while but lockdown fatigue caught up hard with it. Been intending on getting some more things made up for a while.

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