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    Getting closer to D2R2 and the ride back to CT.

    The new Enve M50 wheels are solid and spin up really quick.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.President View Post
    The main triangle look a bit odd to me...
    Nice bike. The triangle is not that odd. Is it 8 degrees slope? The steeper, the more comfortable it will be for easy riding.
     

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    It looks comfy to me! Sometimes slope is dope.
     

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    Seven Evergreen - use of this bicycle may or may not make you look this good.

     

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    Looks good, Darren!
     

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    Evergeeening.

     

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    Lunch break
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    Big props to Justin at Signature for the help on this one.
     

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    Ok, a few more. Love this damned bike
     

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    That is sharp!
     

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    End of the summer browns.
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    I was inspired by many in this thread, glad I was finally able to get my own Evergreen :). Not in its final form, waiting on a few things like new wheels. But what an awesome smooth ride! I built this to switch easily from 700c to 650b but I'm not sure I will take off the 650b!

    The frame is built for eTap with no cable routing. Also got Seven's new thru axle dropouts (thraxles?).





     

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    Spamming a few more pics from today with fenders installed. Also wanted to add I was very impressed with Sevens turnaround time - from order confirmation to frame in hand was 3 weeks including a full week just for shipping!



     

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    Awesome looking Evergreen.
    Are those PDW fenders?
    What chainstay length did you go with?
    Can you comment on the ride quality and general quality of the Spork fork? What kind of head angle did you go with?
    Heck, might just want to post complete geometry for geeks like me-
     

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    Thanks...got in another great but wet ride today.

    Yes they are the PDW fenders (larger width)

    Spork is great so far. Has felt confident and smooth. I rode the same wheels/tires on an aluminum BMC cross bike and this is so much incredibly smoother, and just as stiff.

    74 STA
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    42.9 cm chain stays
     

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    That yields a lot of trail-
    Quote Originally Posted by iansir View Post
    Thanks...got in another great but wet ride today.

    Yes they are the PDW fenders (larger width)

    Spork is great so far. Has felt confident and smooth. I rode the same wheels/tires on an aluminum BMC cross bike and this is so much incredibly smoother, and just as stiff.

    74 STA
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    42.9 cm chain stays
     

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    iansir: what light you running there?

    and awesome bike!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by boots2000 View Post
    That yields a lot of trail-
    It's based on Sevens signature size Evergreen geometry, I kept the handling at "default"
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiasticon View Post
    iansir: what light you running there?

    and awesome bike!
    Bontrager Ion 100
    Really cool for a tiny light, great for being seen - for seeing it would be last resort (100 lumens)
    I couldn't believe how small it is...
     

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