Random images from a folder of the harddrive, my bikes, team bikes customers bikes, etc... Some may be large in size... I'm working on it!
Flux's Darkside is awesome looking.
Here's my Skeletor, which is the road-going version.
Hey Flux, are you using studded tires on that rig?? If so which ones?
Last edited by pdb; 12-22-2008 at 06:36 PM.
i think we need a close up of the decapitated unicorn rainbow deal, asap.
shrink, terrorist, poet, president of concerned cyclists for the abolishment of bovine source bicycle parts and head of the disaffected commie dishwashers union.
"make the break"
First ride today. Super nice so far!
Second pic. Excuse the misaligned rear tire. When stan's decides to cooperate, you gotta go with it. I nearly photoshopped it out. Yeah, that self-conscious.
suspectdevice: a while back you posted a photo of a guy manualing a 24" street / trials bike...any info on this frame? Is it a similar concept to the 24UK or Inspired?
The high bb's are wicked fun for spinning, but certainly give the bike a pretty novel feel. A high bb is also really great for pump in a manual.
Checking the drawings for the next batch, we are likely going to go with +12 for extra Van Homan-ness
I attached a bikecad sketch of the planned stock frame...
lots of lines!
I've never owned anything more than a +25mm but a quick spin on an Adamount was a learning experience about +50. Not for me - or at least not for me on a trials bike. My current 26" is 0mm which works ok for me.
355 chainstays?? That's toite like a tiger!
That geo looks like a proper bastardized bike - in a good way :-D Will it come with the severed unicorn as a headbadge?
That looks like awesome geo for a fun all round bike.
Back when I used to ride trials I wanted a bike like that.
I ended up riding a hand full of different DeSalvo's, the last two having much more Trails'y geo than that (1090 wheel base etc).
When I first got into trials (late 90s) anything with a + BB was crazy! Times have changed...