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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Looks bomber!



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    Here's how it looks from the side.

    2016-08-30 19.16.50 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    Here's how it looks from the side.

    2016-08-30 19.16.50 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
    Awesome!!!!!!



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    Wrapping this one up with some polishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    Here's how it looks from the side.

    ...
    Can't help thinking what's that miniature pump for?

    Great looking bike tho, very neat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    Can't help thinking what's that miniature pump for?
    Tire inflation would be my guess.




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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Tire inflation would be my guess.

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    On a plus size Mtb tyre? It will take days!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    On a plus size Mtb tyre? It will take days!
    I run a tubeless with sealant system, so the pump is great for topping off once in a while on the trail when I need a little more air. Fortunately have not needed too much full inflation action.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevencyclist View Post
    Here's how it looks from the side.

    2016-08-30 19.16.50 by sevencyclist, on Flickr
    I may do this. How's the clearance at the fork crown?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    On a plus size Mtb tyre? It will take days!
    Pump faster, girly-man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    Pump faster, girly-man!

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    How about having a decent pump in the first place?
    Don't get me wrong, I don't like to carry pumps that are too big, but that one is way too small. In fact, is for road bikes: narrow barrel for high pressure.
    On Mtb's is the other way round: low pressure and high volume, hence the need for a wider barrel.

    Lezyne and Topeak make some very small pumps with a higher volume, they're quite nice especially because they have a flexible hose, so the valve won't get pushed (and bent) as it happens with other designs.
    I have the pump above, and don't use it. I prefer to carry one that is 30gr heavier and 1" longer but can actually inflate a 26"x2.2" in 2 minutes without being exhausted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post
    How about having a decent pump in the first place?
    Don't get me wrong, I don't like to carry pumps that are too big, but that one is way too small. In fact, is for road bikes: narrow barrel for high pressure.
    On Mtb's is the other way round: low pressure and high volume, hence the need for a wider barrel.

    Lezyne and Topeak make some very small pumps with a higher volume, they're quite nice especially because they have a flexible hose, so the valve won't get pushed (and bent) as it happens with other designs.
    I have the pump above, and don't use it. I prefer to carry one that is 30gr heavier and 1" longer but can actually inflate a 26"x2.2" in 2 minutes without being exhausted.


    Here, breath deep.......it's OK......



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    You really need to breathe after using that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gattonero View Post

    You really need to breathe after using that
    Let it go, man.

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    29er ready for paint


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    Oma-Rad for my MIL - she's 81 and needs a lighter bike - that's her as a child.



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    ^ that is a great story Steve. My MIL just turned 91 and she said her friend told her that you start to "feel it" after you hit 92.
    rw saunders
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    Coming along slowly due to lack of sleep but progressing very nicely.



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    Cool bike Mr. Steve, what wheels/tire set up are those? Very nice looking ride.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moke View Post
    Cool bike Mr. Steve, what wheels/tire set up are those? Very nice looking ride.

    Sturmey Archer hubs, DB Wheelsmith spokes, DMR skinwalls, Sun rims & 26" for the win - she's only got a 27" inseam


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    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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    Steve Garro, Coconino Cycles.
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