Will's Staff Bikes
96.5 PBH / 85.5 saddle height
62cm Samuel Hillborne...
This is my main ride. It's comfortable, zippy enough on the road and stout enough for most (all?) of the trails I ride. I love albatross bars but lately have been itching to remind myself why I don't like drop bars. Maybe some noodles eventually, but I bet they won't last.
I had an orange one that I loved, but when this green came out I knew I had to have it. This is my most commute friendly bike, but I use it for camping too. A big basket is nice when you want to take the bulky stuff.
Yes I know the chain looks slack, it's because the chainring isn't totally round, so when you put the pedals in "attack position" it looks slack. This bike is really fun when you're in the mood for it.
Another two speeder. I kick it up and down in the front when I need to shift. It's easier to shift down than up, but it's doable both ways. Really fun bike, and an adequate gear range for almost all my non-camping riding. I spin out on flats, but that's OK. It's a 36/24-17.