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Readers’ Rides | Anthony’s Zoceli Naosm 29

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  • Readers’ Rides | Anthony’s Zoceli Naosm 29
  • zerocool
    Full Member

    That is a very nice looking bike. Personally I’m a single pivot fan but I’d buy one of those.

    Not a fan of the grips and would prefer a black fork or black bike with a red fork but that’s just personal taste (at least you haven’t tried to ‘over coordinate the grips, pedals, rotors, stem, everything) personally I think that bike is stunning.

    Not that I’m jealous or anything

    howsyourdad1
    Free Member

    that’s nice! but ditch the DT swisss rear quick release before the plastic lever snaps and you are stuck

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