As always very informative-thx, and please keep on geeking about bicycle components.
Comprehensive and highly informative. Thx for takin’ the time to put the info together.
I think they limit it to 6 because 12 may cause some to flat line from over stimulation! (My wife would not be pleased if I purchased this calendar.)
Wow! Thanks for taking the time to compile these lists. You must have a high tolerance for tedium. In reference to Super Record-is the weight for the “Ti” crank?
They are phat!
SteveF: your PET scan is my Rorschach! ;’0
Radically different. You’re going to turn heads. Proportions of frame make a great canvas for the Chopperesque/Fast and Furious like paintwork.
dalai you have inspired me to be more ambitious in my climbing ventures. Although I don’t know how you could operate a car properly after so many miles in the legs! :/)
Thx for clarification Emiliano!
Ypsylon, thanks for your response. I noticed that there are allen bolts behind the rear axle. Was wondering if when tightened they pulled the rear wheel back to tension the chain. Some motocross bikes used such mechanisms in the past.
What is the mechanism to tension the chain?
Matte black finish with contrast black badging-builds fit for bike porn calendar! Great work!
Awesome series of climbing accomplishments!
Black is beautiful! Lookin’ forward to further details.
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