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    Does not seem to be one of these yet, so I will add my new entry. Hot off the jig. Was able to spend the day at Coconino World HQ assembling and then taking a shakedown cruise. More miles to come tomorrow. I cannot say enough about the generosity and hospitality of the Garros.
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    Another beautiful bike. This one is BLUE!
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    Out in the woods, getting broken in.
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    right on, man - it was a pleasure having you guys! the day after you left it rained all day & snowed down to 11,000ft - pretty! gonna get out now myself - the seed cloud is starting. hope you all are having a nice trip - Steve.
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    Yeah, Saturday it rained most of the day down in Sedona too. We had a great trip, though. Rode Sunday in Sedona, then set out and drove back to TX and rode Monday morning in Palo Duro Canyon. Not enjoying being back at work today. Riding brand new bikes in brand new places was much more fun!

    Thanks again for everything. You made the custom frame experience more than I thought it would be.
     

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    This is what it looks like covered in Central Texas mud harvested from the ranch of a very famous cyclist.
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    to the top, let's see some more of these.
     

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    Figured I'd better post this up here.

    I still have a few loose ends, but it's almost done. Need to figure out a post (current Dura Ace post isn't long enough), a proper stem is on the way, and need to switch to a flat bar to get deeper. Workhorse 10-speed XT grouppo (XTR hubs), the new 785 stoppers (180 on front) are beyond amazing. I'm also really digging the 20mm Reba RLT Ti

    Finish is greener than it looks here. I wanted 'Gulf Livery' blue, but there wasn't a RAL match to the PPG code I had so we ended up picking something sorta close.

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    Nice to see a new bike get muddy.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by musgravecycles View Post
    Figured I'd better post this up here.

    I still have a few loose ends, but it's almost done. Need to figure out a post (current Dura Ace post isn't long enough), a proper stem is on the way, and need to switch to a flat bar to get deeper. Workhorse 10-speed XT grouppo (XTR hubs), the new 785 stoppers (180 on front) are beyond amazing. I'm also really digging the 20mm Reba RLT Ti

    Finish is greener than it looks here. I wanted 'Gulf Livery' blue, but there wasn't a RAL match to the PPG code I had so we ended up picking something sorta close.


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    Finally! Another "Stuart" after our buddy, maiden voyage today but barely. Looking forward to fireroads soon.
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    We have a winner.

    Nice Justin!
     

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    I see this coming to Nellysford...
     

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    Wow.
    That thing is going to be fun.
    One of the coolest bikes I have seen in a long time.
     

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    Thanks. It's a freaking tank in the best possible way. It's made for fenders and racks, including a killer custom front rack made by Garro. But this is the simplified build for now. . . new 105, DT 340s, Avid road discs, fat tires.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinf View Post
    Thanks. It's a freaking tank in the best possible way. It's made for fenders and racks, including a killer custom front rack made by Garro. But this is the simplified build for now. . . new 105, DT 340s, Avid road discs, fat tires.
    Looks awesome Justin !
     

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    Picked up #2 last weekend.

     

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    Kyle, it was great to see this on the race course last weekend. It's a stunning.

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    Picked up #2 last weekend.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscottyk View Post
    Kyle, it was great to see this on the race course last weekend. It's a stunning.
    Thanks, Steve knocked it out of the park. It was great hanging out with you guys.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpomtb View Post
    Thanks, Steve knocked it out of the park. It was great hanging out with you guys.
    Indeed! Look forwarding to riding with you guys sometime soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by jscottyk View Post
    ...It's a stunning.
    Ugh. Hate it when I fat finger then see the typo after time allowed to edit.

    "It's stunning."
     

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