I'll post pics when it arrives. It's also interesting to read the history and technical facts about forks offered by others here. Spindizzy's first dissertation above touched on this, and Peter's succinct response drove the point home: If you search this forum for el-cid and fetish you'll find my follow-up thread with a ride report and pictures. My CCM would suggest that it has been a dilemma for bike builders since the sixties at least.
Join Date Feb Posts Resurrected and still a great bike. Come in and have a test ride, you wont be disappointed. Thanks Sara, according to the forecast it looks like it will be a washout. It's not a special gift, it's just experience. The Ariel is also lots of fun, and I do take it out on Sunday mornings just for the sake of it, but it's primarily designed as my getting-around-town bike, replacing the car I sold. Got any spare parts you would like to sell? Reply With Quote jscusmcvet mtbr member Reputation:
Go for a road or MTB stem that will take oversize carbon bars of your choice. We designed the frame specially with a gravel bike geometry: Community Forum Software by IP. Join Date Apr Posts lets see what you got post your fetishs up. I took the frame to my local LBS and a buddy of mine working there, cleaned the threads for me. About The City Reliquary Museum:
Stopped riding and just got back into it recently. Emory made industrial bikes until being approached by Western Auto to make a retro styled cruiser. I am the same, just love to ride, but not looking to finish "in the medals". Reply With Quote zuk88 Oldie Reputation: I build all my own bikes and have been for years so feel free to ask should you ever need help with anything. Originally Posted by Ottoreni.