more aero that way...
I wonder what we'll think of our current gear 20 years from now?
Man, they were sweet, weren't they? You, DK, myself, the Wind, Mark A... a bunch of us had 'em at the same time. They handled better with a rigid fork though, of course.
Early adopter of the sus fork, eh? Pretty cool pic there. OT: I heard a little birdy say that something orange and "big" may be making its way to me soon.
SWEET! I just had something big and orange out and man, it's every bit as awesome as I remember it being. That said, the high BB felt really weird at first after a month on my Fargo! It totally rips though. But you know that already... Congratulations, my friend!
and gary scott baldwin had one too - before he passed it on to mdub.are you coming to moab?
Whoa, I was 10 when that pic was taken. I think I was riding a Raleigh Technium.Cornbread, as for what bikes will look like 20 years from now, a little bird told me something about hovercraft constructed of anti-matter.
LOL... Josh, you're just a BABY! I mean, I was only 19 when that picture was taken, so I was pretty young too, but wow... that puts it into perspective. That seems like a lifetime ago, and to put it doubly into perspective, when that picture was taken, I was more than a year away from meeting my wife Laura... the wife I've now been married to for almost 13 years. Pretty incredible.Hey sda -- yeah, I'm planning on coming to Moab. Still trying to figure out how it'll all work with the time off thing, but I'm planning on it, so git 'cherself ready to partee down boyeeeeeeeeee!!!! Cuz it's ON!
i almost didn't notice the brand new shimano spd shoes too ... 1st gen.!
Heck yeah! I think I broke those things in about 2 months too -- typical of the first gen. models.
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