My DH SS Monstrosity
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My DH SS Monstrosity
Update, after breaking/replacing chainstay.
Chilling on the long journey up to Bergen Peak.
I'm parked just off the top-right of the pic, 2,050' below me. Now comes the FUN part!
This is A & S, what did you expect?
Was in Boulder yesterday, so hit up Valmont Bike park.......WOW!! CX course, beginner MTB loop, DS line, terrain line, pump tracks, etc...
Definitely going back so I can eventually master the kiddie...
Did 3 races there during 2000/2001 seasons; fun, fast & smooth trail system.
My 1st ever race, and win, Clydesdale boyee!
We have one here, but I have no documentation
Updated/upgraded the Entourage.
Matches all my other rides now, no more pesky dangly bits!
Just ridin' along
Warrantied Honzo makes me happy
Rode 'The Captain' enduro (pic by kristain)
Above Idaho Springs, 5 runs that day!
The current 'XC/AM' ride (since I broke my Honzo frame)
Kenosha Pass last weekend
Chillin' atop Plymouth Mt
At 10,000' last weekend
Used to pedal out to Lookout Mt when I lived in the Cap Hill area in Denver on my 48x17 Steamroller.
Going up was OK, but coming back down got sketchy, even w/front brake.
Saturday sprinkles made for perfect dirt for the Easter Sunday Singeltrack Service.
-you'll need to get a new dropout since the OE on the Rig doesn't have a place for the derailleur.
-you'll need a new rear hub/wheel, as the Rig comes w/a Bontrager SS hub. I think...
Major update for the Honzoschmidt, it finally has a fork that can hang. :D
Stepped up from a flexy Marzocchi TST 140mm to a 150mm Pike w/35mm stanchions....can't wait to get out & rock it!
1) 1995 Audi A6 Quattro Avant (which reverts to SS when the computer freaks out & goes into safe mode, 1st gear only until I reset it)
2) Mercedes Sprinter
3) SUVs/trucks that never leave pavement
Maybe you meant this one?
Hope this'll do......
Take it off-road, where the fun is!
It's always a good day to MTB!
Perfect SS-ing conditions y-day! :D
No, that's about as likely as 26" bikes disappearing.
I think an open design is what's needed to shed snow/ice (Eggbeaters, Mallets, etc..)
I have had great success w/Time ATACs & Look Quartz. (have a set of Mallets that will replace the Quartz when...