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Tuesday, March 18
Full.....

...suspension
...gears
...stoke!
12 Comments:
Blogger MG said...
White HOT! Nice ride Butch. Can't wait to see you railin' it in Fruita!

Cheers,
MG

Blogger sda said...
NICE!! That thing looks sweet.

Two weeks!!

Blogger bdiddy said...
Butch,

Good looking bike. What size of frame for you? What brand of brakes are running.

Have fun in fruita

Blogger thirtyfourtwenty said...
frame = large
brakes = formula k24
fork = fox f29 100mm
wheels = wtb laser disc 29

come to fruita, bdiddy!

Blogger debaser said...
Nicely done!

Blogger redstone said...
Turned out super sweet Mitch. Can't wait to see it in person!

Blogger MOD said...
Ah, white, very nice.

Gears and suspension? Didn't think I'd see the day. How long did it take after moving to CO, a year?

That bike will rip out there.

Blogger MOD said...
On second look, I can't believe how well proportioned that bike is. If it weren't for the TT sticker you wouldn't even know it's a 29'r

Blogger sda said...
mod i was thinking the same thing, just couldn't find the words to express it.

Blogger thirtyfourtwenty said...
ha! yup, about a year of ss/rigid. there's still a few of my favorite trails (buffalo creek, centennial cone) where i'll ride the holyroller. but most of the close-in front range trails are brutal on ss/rigid both in terms of climbs and rocky terrain. for those rides and the big, high alpine rides, the spider29 will be perfect-o.

Blogger redstone said...
The Spider 29 does rip out here :)

http://redstonecyclery.blogspot.com/2007/06/way-it-was-meant-to-be.html

Blogger Josh said...
Wow, that's a well spec'd ride.

Congrats!

-Josh