Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Yikes! Bikes!






This bike went out to the single speed worlds in Durango, and then on to Interbike in Vegas.
I have to thank Yakima for displaying it in their booth, Fox for the fork, True Temper for the tubing, The Hive for the Chub Hubs, the FifteenG crankset, and the Formula Brakes.
Despite the adage, this one did not stay in Vegas.

I tried to get some kind of reaction out of you folks with the Abba reference, but apparently either you people are asleep at the wheel, are Abba fans, or more likely, don't care.
So, in light of no one caring about the music that plays in the shop while I'm trying to keep all my fingers, take that.
The sound is kinda crappy but the other videos are terrible.

8 comments:

Johann Rissik said...

Abba, what Abba?
When presented with something like this bike, you would not be able to distract me with anything. Except maybe another one.
Indeed something of rare beauty.

GenghisKhan said...

Love the drop outs.

Who's Abba?

Ha!

joel said...

Great paint!

-Joel

reverend dick said...

ABBA is to pop music as Bridgestone is to ________________.

But seriously, no one complained because how could they? ABBA rocks. Well, pops, anyway.

Rotten said...

Oh yes, love those dropouts! Bow down to the Blackcat! For some fancy ABBA footwork, take a chance on fatalnorte.blogspot, October 3rd post.

Edoz said...

And a fine bike it is. Have you ridden it yet, or is it for someone else?

45Ronin said...

Has Curtis at Retrotec ever made a frame with your dropouts? I've been talking to him and I'm not crazy about the EBB thing. His bikes look sweet with one but your drops are the heat.

Chris LaSalle said...

Love that gray! What is the color code?
thanks