Fenders will be a welcome addition given your location ;)
Welcome to BF!
It seemed that if was going to start building a bike stable again (in Europe, this time) to start with a solid performing MTB with parts that I can swap around on different frames ( XT rear mech, hydraulic disc brakes, and a front suspension fork ... not bad for the price). Also, all their frames has mounting points for a rear rack and fenders, which is a plus.
STEVENS bikes are also really good value for money.
sHey Psy... Thanks for the reply!!! I followed the link to Endless Cycles and that helped me track down Jeff Moore (who is the owner and a great guy). I had lost track of him after he left Hayward Cyclepath. All because of a picture of your pedals, Thanks again!Quote:
peedplay drillium.i got mine at endless cycles in castro valley but you can find them online for around 75 bucks or so.i got them for winter riding in my waterproof wolverines..nice fat platform works great in boots.
I had some issues with my pedals icing up yesterday, so I'm going to leave the platforms in as a fall back option.
Riding in deep snow with the Pugsley is an odd sensation. You can feel the bike floating on the snow, yet when you pedal it just keeps going forward anyway instead of the rear tire just digging a hole.
www.sportsmansguide.com Mil Surp pages in order to see if I can find something similar for an Xtracycle build I'll be doing.
Hooray for skateboarders! :thumb:
Attachment 282149Remember, all stars begin as gas.
From today... has been great in the foot of snow we have received in the past three days.
65er, what's on the bottom of your down tube?
Here's my 71/72 Super Course getting gassed up. NJ is the last place where self-serve gas is still not legal, so this is the attending putting gas in it.
wow that front brake rotor is HUGE!
oops. See below...