Friday, October 26, 2012

Pictures and words from Mark

Man, the Shenandoah 100 sounds hard. And it looks hard too.

Before/after pix courtesy of Mark, who writes:

A quick note on my bike. 



A pleasure to ride. 

As you can see in the pics, we went to Shenandoah back in September. It was wet. It was muddy. And the bike kept me going, no mechanicals and a front end with steering that was easy to handle all throughout my 10:29 finish. Climbing was great, even on the Death Climb and other various and sundry rises. Carving the single track was sublime, nothing unexpected but rather nice and predictable. 
Kudos and huzzah, thanks for a great frame!

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