I think this whole process has taken me six years - from when I got the frame to now. It's all been worth it.
Project 1996 Dekerf Generation - She's done and Shore tested
pure sex….I want.
i'd hit it
context is everything
awesome. that seatpost if you don't play nicely it might jab up your ass
I have finally forsaken SPDs after a long relationship. I don't think I'm much slower on the way up and I'm certainly faster on the way down. Most importantly I have more fun.
Also, that's a seriously beautiful bike.
I have a nice Cove Handjob hanging on the wall.
Will have to stay there until Im done with the Rented Mule.
Lovin it kinda, wish i had a nice xc dually sometimes.
However the RockShox Revelation I got from Cam works amazing so far……
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:beer: great job
chromag has a few new frames… One thing about your bb height comment and comparing it to chromag, I always found that chromag has really low bb compared to others. Check other "modern" hardtails like transition, cove, santacruz… their bb's are some what higher. That being said I must agree, yours seem a tad high. btw love the paint, looks great. That's a good looking bike, don't scratch it!
awesome story cam! there'll always be something about riding steel hardtails! might even have to take the monk singlespeed out for the ride today….
Damn beauty, but heavier than I expected. Only 2lbs lighter than my Reign 0 and I have a bigger fork, heavier wheels, chainguide, DH bar, etc etc….
The Chromag Aperture is a frame that I'm considering selling the Reign for.