Impressive! Looks very good.
Looking really good! Love the hacks as well.
Looking forward to seeing that - including the CXC ;)
I'm pretty sure there's some tolerance to the placements of mid-blade eyelets, depending on the AC of the fork, the off-set etc.
That is stunning!
Good job on that.
Weird thing with the adaptor!
But it looks like it is coming along nicely!
you're welcome.. I have been researching quite a bit with being a poor student and all.
Yup! They are called F1 instead :)
I haven't, but I'll get a pair of those or the R1s when funds allow!
Yeah, it's probably not meant for heavy loads.
You could just ignore his links and spend your time doing something other than moaning about someone helping other forumengers out.
That is also a very good looking ideal!
I know that he works at SJS, but I also now SJS to be the place for a lot of othervise difficult to source components. They are definitely a shop worth supporting.
Classic example of engineers who do not ride bikes who thinks they have come up with a better solution and crappy marketing material.
Would read that!
also apparantly makes the weather much hotter for women than for men..
what a bunch of knobs.
Looks very good - reckon you could feddle the rear guard to improve the fenderline though. It looks a bit squashed at the top.
Looking forward to see the result of that!
Pink rockhopper sounds like something similar to a purple peopleeater!
Looks very good!
How are you getting on with the rack?
I've been thinking about replacing my Pelago rack for something less heavy and that VO model certainly looks good.
Gorgeous pictures from SF. Love the look of the "paint job" too!
I agree - it doesn't look too good, but it feels really good imo.
But I understand how you feel about supporting a local company.
Ritchey venturemax come in 46cm and are quite cheap in the comp version!
what @Netakure said. You'll be suprised the kind of stuff you can ride with a high volume slick tire!
I have ridden loads of mud and ice on 2.15" big apples with around 2-2.5 bars of pressure.
Those are a couple of real cute kittehs!
Good to hear they developing trust.
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