i knew that trail looked familiar....Apex right next heritage sq..golden, co. love it. grt pics.
Bonsai-CP wrote:My new build project I am going to start tomorrow. A Santa Cruz Bullit.....
I am Stoked!
Jared13 wrote:Mmmm, I'm trying to figure out why it looks "cushiony"...maybe it's the lack of "nose hump" and that makes it look like there's more padding in the center. Or, maybe it's just my eyes. That's a very real possibility also
A medium frame? Cool. Once I saw it with tires/wheels on it, the coil shock looked HUGE for some reason.
I'd be more than happy to have that as my backup rig! Or even my main rig for that matter.
walkermi wrote:Bonsai-CP wrote:My new build project I am going to start tomorrow. A Santa Cruz Bullit.....
I am Stoked!
right on man...when i bent my 2001 bullit's rear hangar i tried to fix it . but not successful. found a med 2009 bullit frame on craigs list and that became my build project . took me over a yr due to expense.
good for you.
i'll try to post my rig soon.
ollysj wrote:I'd build a bike for my daughter. Used some parts I had in stock, some new parts, some from ebay and some parts friends gave me. The frame is new, got it for a nice price
It's a Cube AMS frame. Not sure if they're available in the USfleetwood wrote:ollysj wrote:I'd build a bike for my daughter. Used some parts I had in stock, some new parts, some from ebay and some parts friends gave me. The frame is new, got it for a nice price
What frame is that?
Bombardier wrote:Not a bad start, bro.
It's awesome you spent your savings on that Fuel instead of wasting it on a car.
I wish I had stuck with bikes when I turned 16 instead of blowing my cash on a car that just ended up making me more broke.... It helped with the ladies, but I rapidly found out that girls who will only date a guy because he's got a car ain't worth spit. And I never lived far enough away from my jobs that I needed a car.
Now all you need to do is find a girl that loves to ride, and everything will be right with the world.
My wife and I use those same fenders, they'll keep your frame nice & pretty too. I dig that color blue that Trek & Fisher uses.[/u]
Jared13 wrote:Awesome looking bikes, dgaddis and jtorlando25!
Careful on that Stumpjumper, jtorlando25. I picked up the exact same model and broke my collarbone on my second ride. Get used to the wider bars before tearing it up on your local singletrack!
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