Thursday, June 04, 2015

And another one!

We squeezed Carey onto a 120mm travel 29er... not nearly the squeeze job that Sam's bike is, of course, but still a little work to make him fit.



And no, I didn't finish all these bikes within a few days of each other. They are all just ending up being done or shipped out around the same time because of the vagaries of powdercoating (especially now that the Powderworks of UT guys have, well, fired themselves).

Carey's is more on the XC/all around side (in both geometry/travel and components) than Gal's longer-travel, slacker version. But it's pretty capable of being whatever you want it to with the right fork.





9 comments:

Alan said...
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Alan said...

Walt- Have you tried Armor Powdercoating on Redwood Road and 6200 S in Taylorsville? Saturday Cycles has been using them for some custom stuff and have nothing but praise for their work.

Alan said...
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Anonymous said...

Revenge of the 16mm head tube!

Let the double-squish trifecta flow.

nose said...

As a 5-5 rider, I'm loving seeing all these xs frames. Would be great to also see them all built up.

Walt said...

5'5? You're a giant compared to Sam!

But yeah, this 120mm 29er was a squeeze for the rider (5'9")

Anonymous said...

Lol. A 5-5 giant with stubs for legs unfortunately. There'll prob be a ton of post showing if this frame is for a 5-9 rider right?

JECA NA TRILHA said...

show!

JECA NA TRILHA said...

Muito daora o quadro. Quantos quilos pesa?