Posted on: June 25, 2009
DaveyBoyWonder said on June 25, 2009
Lynskey looks nice. Has it got ‘Brant’ geometry as it looks pretty slack?
rOcKeTdOg said on June 25, 2009
Knog do some great designs, do they work in the real world?
aphex_2k said on June 25, 2009
Folding plastic tyre lever? That’s gonna work well.
MrOvershoot said on June 25, 2009
Dirty Dan looks like a slightly tweaked Black Shark Mud IMO
[i](can grease be “cool”..?)[/i] Hell yes, I have about 20 different types of grease in my workshop, I like lubricants 😀
That Salsa stem looks ideal for my CX bike
brant said on June 25, 2009
>Lynskey looks nice. Has it got ‘Brant’ geometry as it looks pretty slack?
I did the numbers, so I guess it has Brant geometry, but Brant geometry for people that don’t like Ragley geometry.
So a 69deg head angle at ride height (instead of 67.5deg on the Ragley), a touch longer chainstays and a slacker seat (73deg on all models).
Olly said on June 25, 2009
that lynskey is gorgeous.
i think its the baby blue forks that do it actually :s
Ewan said on June 25, 2009
That Lynskey looks wrong. Maybe it’s the angle of the photo but the seat tube should drop more.
bigrich said on June 26, 2009
looks a bit genesis-y
IHN said on June 26, 2009
I’ll probably get slated, but I’m liking the SPD jesus-boots
Kristan Rivers said on June 27, 2009
Lovin’ the Salsa stem… Got a UK price?
ChristoGinger said on June 28, 2009
Noticed your wearing one of my T-shirts!!!
the00 said on June 29, 2009
Agree, that Lynsky looks wrong; in a massive, slack way.
D0NK said on June 29, 2009
Hope the hinge pins are strong on those tyre levers
Ben_Haworth said on June 29, 2009
What’s wrong with a slackish head angle? The stem’s suitably short to “nippy up” the handling.
It’s slack seat angles that can lead to bike handling problems IME.
Which of these bikes do you aspire to own next?
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