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Appas tomorrow at 12 noon

Appas tomorrow at 12 noon Appaloosa framesets will be available to add to the cart tomorrow June 15th at 12 noon Pacific time. Please have one of these added to the cart beforehand and check out as quickly as you can.  I bet 51, 54, and 57cm frames will be sold out within a couple of hours. For sizing, here's a breakdown by PBH Frame - PBH 46 - 75-80.5cm 51 -  81-84cm 54 -  84 - 87cm 57 - 87.5 - 91cm 60 - 91-97.5cm ^ That's assuming a 50mm tire. If you have any questions, give us a call although the lines might get busy. Good luck y'all! -will

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Antonio's Ross

This is Antonio's '84 Ross. A Mt. Hood maybe?   He's slowly building up a Susie, but this is an early, no nonsense MTB made back when mountain biking was more about having fun with your friends than competing with them and dominating the mountain.

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Brandon's 55cm Platypus

Brandon has a garage full of Bridgestones but this is his first Rivendell. He's clearly a bike nut and dropped off a box of great parts for us to use on his build. We're all jealous of that Suntour XC post and Ritchey Logic levers. That's a Mark's rack/Hub Area Rack combo up front - the The Hub Area Rack is tilted back a couple of degrees because it's designed around frames with a 72 degree headtube angle instead of the Platy's 69.5 degree-er. No big deal. If you're ever in Chinatown in San Francisco - eat at his restaurant, you won't regret it.    

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Will's 61.5cm Homer

96.5cm PBH - 84.5cm saddle height. This is my second Homer, my first was a MUSA one. That was a fantastic bike but I much prefer the six degree upslope and slightly longer wheelbase of the newer ones. I love hopping on this bike after getting used to riding my heavily loaded Rosco or Appaloosa - it feels like a race bike, but without all the discomfort. That's a 177.5mm Ritchey crank with a Salsa outer ring and a Sun XCD rear derailer - Grant wrote the weight on it for some reason I can't recall. That's a genuine Blue Lug hub shiner on the DT swiss rear hub. They sent us a bunch of them and it took us...

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