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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    More teal from today. '46 coupe with a '70 Nova subframe, 350, PS/PB/AC. Just add a bike rack for the Coconino eh?

     

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    Default Re: Coconino

    2018-07-24 10.46.19 - Edited.jpg

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    @steve garro @Too Tall
    Your action shot. It's a grainy low light pic but you'll get the idea. This bike is a blast. Thanks Steve!
    I feel like a kid, taking every opportunity to pop off even the smallest bumps, catching the mini berms.
    Rode out and did some trail work, back to the van and dropped the tools and headed to the woods for a fun session.

     

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    @speedychix is back in her element. That's neat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedyChix View Post
    First ride today. Love it! @steve garro hit a home run.
    Plenty of room for wide tires, impeccable trail manners and smooth rolling. Impending rain and stops to clear large limbs off the trail made for a short ten mile ride. Bike fit and handing are spot on. There was no "getting familiar" with how it rode, it was an immediate bond. I've wanted to have Steve build a frame for some time. Life went on but not the bike. Finally it came together. Thanks Steve. Looks like a wet weekend so am very glad to have gotten this first ride in.





    great lines. beautifull welding. Looks ready to rock n roll. Perfect.
    I came here for the socks.

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    Great action shot, speedy!
     

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    @SpeedyChix @steve garro

    What's the head angle on this thing? Is it one of the new skool slacker HAs? Short stem? Fork travel? It looks like a ripper while still moderate in the Geo between XC and AM bikes these days.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by zambenini View Post
    @SpeedyChix @steve garro

    What's the head angle on this thing? Is it one of the new skool slacker HAs? Short stem? Fork travel? It looks like a ripper while still moderate in the Geo between XC and AM bikes these days.

    I'll let Steve answer this. I am running a slightly shorter stem, wider tires, flat bars, and the geo is spot on for where/how I ride and how I want a bike to handle. The fit and geo are all Steve.

    Coco on Supremacy.jpg
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedyChix View Post
    The fit and geo are all Steve.

    Coco on Supremacy.jpg
    All you, actually.

    All I did was listen and build.

    I took your old blueprint and by discussing the project, your riding style, and the concerns / clearances of the parts and made you what you wanted.
    Your input was absolutely critical.


    Sooooo........

    105 Paragon HT
    TT was 22" / 560-ish EFF, I think?
    25% sag x 120
    43mm BB drop sagged
    73.5* x 68.5* angles
    EFF / CS was 420 I believe

    Now, the tubing was secret sauce........from Columbus, Deda and TT

    - Garro.
    Last edited by steve garro; 09-11-2018 at 01:54 PM.
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    Frames & Bicycles built to measure and Custom wheels
    Hecho en Flagstaff, Arizona desde 2003
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