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Old 01-29-21, 12:13 PM
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MAHALL Expedition bike

I'm not much of an authority on expeditions, but all this makes sense to me: really long chainstays, 3" tires, short travel suspension fork, wide flared drops:

But I have a hard time believing they can hit that $4850 price point with MUSA parts and fancy steel.
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Apparently the wheel builder must have been drunk, he forgot to put the other half of the spokes on that rim.

will watch vid, interesting looking bike.

-- watched, and certainly a pretty neat bike. 530, 500mm long chain stays.
too rich for my blood but I wish them luck with these.

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Sort of a Surly ECR with a more road oriented geometry. I like a lot about it but not the price.
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The bike that I call my expedition bike has the capability to haul a lot and I have hauled over two weeks of food on that bike on rough terrain. Two weeks of food weighs a ton and is a lot of volume.

My comment is specific to the name or category, I have nothing bad to say about the bike itself as a bikepacking bike.
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Interesting bike but to me it is needs more braze-ons/mounts and as Tourist said, it does not seem it can carry much weight when needed. I love the long stays. My Robert Beckman has really long stays (put a water bottle behind it) and I love it. The frame is just a little too small for me so that is the only reason I have it for sale.
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