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St.Bernardo

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  1. Got some Cameron Park this AM. Ride was fun. Humidity was awful.
  2. I was kind of in no-man's land for bikes too. Recently picked up a 2021 Ritchey Ascent. 90's mtb geometry with room for 110/148 spacing and 29x2.6 tires. My happy place.
  3. I have a box for a medium 29 frame. Let me know if you or anyone wants it.
  4. May try Sunbelt Supply in Round Rock. 3301 Sunrise Rd, Round Rock, Texas 78665, United States. Also, may get lucky and find what you need at an Ace Hardware. Good Luck
  5. Frame, Fork, and Headset. XS frame (size was comparable to a small Specialized Rock Hopper) $400.00
  6. JB, it can handle racks. Kind of a one bike to rule them all.
  7. 2/22/22. Shorts and sleeveless jersey. 2/23/22 - Snow suit.
  8. Think it's moving that direction. Initially, just wanted geometry close to my SE Stout that could fit wider tires. Old school mtb flavor.
  9. Never bought into the new bike and bad weather thing, but Damn. Sorry y'all.
  10. Rural ride in Hinton, OK. The wind does sweep across the plain.
  11. JB, how do you like the 1x set up on your urban bike?
  12. Thanks for posting this. Will try and make it.
  13. I'm all flats, all the time. I find myself a little more daring with tech features on flat pedals. Invest on knee/elbow pads if you're riding clips on techy stuff.
  14. Saw one on Peddlers pass this afternoon. AB, where did you see yours?
  15. Just modernizing a frame geo that I love. Have been riding a SE Stout 29'er. Added a gear conversion for horizontal drop outs. Welded a cable stop for a front D. Love the geometry, but tire size is limited to 2.1s, but can squeeze 2.2s in but it's tight. Axel spacing is 100/135. Looking to get same geo with 110/148 axel spacing and no horizontal drop out.
  16. First place I checked. Weren't doing custom frames now. Bummed me out.
  17. Thanks. Keeping an eye on this. Considering having a custom frame made.
  18. AB, next time ride down to the Tesuque Village Market. Have the Wife meet you there. Good beer selection and food.
  19. Who knows? It's on the agenda, but keeps getting bump down the list. ~4.5-miles loop out there now.
  20. @rugger. Doing good. Still above ground. There have been a couple times that RR had funds in hand for Behrens, but it keeps getting bumped for other projects. The future park (Mayfield Ranch) at Sam Bass/1431, that even lower on the list. No trail through there, just some overgrown double track. When everthing's been dry for a while, I'll ride the DT and end up at the Sam Bass intersection. From there ride the southside easement of 1431 over to Red Horn. Stop for a beer and drop into Suburban Ninja. I know RR uses it every once in a while for kid's educational thing, but that's it. More elevation there than Behrens, would be nice to have a flow type trail through there before connecting to Sam Bass.
  21. Behrens in good for a quick dirt lap or two after work or as a pass through trail to connect other trails. In the future, RR is gonna do something with it, until then we just work with what's there without putting a lot of work in the RR may alter or delete.
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