Saturday, January 31, 2009
Anyone have any pie plates sitting around we want them, they're fun for all kinds of reasons, eating pie :) pie plate disc golf, protective gear required! Anyway, I'm on the start list for SSWC09 (Single Speed Championships - Durango, CO) next September 16-20, with the race on the 19th. Should be one hell of a good time, as I know those Durango boys and girls will not dissapoint us beer drinking single speeders. Soon I will find out if I made the cut for Leadville 100 on August 15, 2009, of course on a single speed mtb. niRAD
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Only built a couple of 'em so far but here ya go.
This one is the first that I built up, it's a Curbside in Irie White 56cm.
Retail $779 (Price adjusted for addition of green pedals - black was boring!)
This first one's in the Cafe series, it's a M's 17 in. in liquid grey with woody style fenders. Retail $729
Monday, January 19, 2009
Saturday, January 17, 2009
This is the culprit of the recent change, another crack above the fixed area from a few months ago, thanks to Cody Hegland of the first fix, time to retire it for now.
This is what it looks like now with the newer Trek 8000 frame, graciously donated by Jeff Vichik. First built up by Sir Max and S. Novy, hence all the great paint and stuff this frame has been hangin in our warehouse for a while now after Steve built up his Big Dummy and no longer needed the frame. So far it rides way better than the old frame which was a '92 Stumpy and had more relaxed head angle. Anyway the Trek is gonna chew up the race course at this years 18 Hours of Fruita, which we will again race these things for 18 hours starting at Midnight and commencing at 6 pm the next day.
Last pic is of the old setup and its last day as a running machine, R.I.P.
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Well more of Max will be leaving the valley here in the next couple of days in the form of his Raleigh, Im gonna send it off on the Amtrak, should be a great trip for the Lightweight!! niRad
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Monday, January 5, 2009
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Split my snowboard in half couple of days ago and tried it out last night up at Sunlight, pretty fun. Here's 10 reasons to cut your board and add a split kit to it
1. Don't have to carry your board on your back.
2. Don't have to carry your snowshoes on your back.
3. Splitboards are faster uphill.
4. You don't get snow down your back when your board hit a branch full of snow.
5. You get some climbing bars for the uphill.
6. Faster uphill means more laps for the day.
7. It's a conversation starter, no matter where you are with your new splitboard.
8. You can now "hang" with your tele whackin' friends (good or bad, you decide)
9. It's so damn fun do you need any more reasons!!
10. It's so damn fun do you need any more reasons!!