Covert v Tracer2
fudge9202 – Member
heihei sounds good but in Ireland
Fudge – Moycullen Bike Works in Galway was where I demoed the Covert – they had a large that belonged to the mechanic, think the owner has a small. There’s trails a few miles from the shop.
No idea where you could try an Intense.Posted 6 years agoichabodcraneMember
Stevelol: Ichabod why doing you also tell him about the mucho funtime you’re had with the rear end of your tracer?
That was just specific to my frame :p no one else has had an issue out of all the people we know with them.
And if it wasn’t wonky it wouldn’t be an IntensePosted 6 years agotoys19Member
TBH I wasn’t keen on the orange but I went for it to disguise my purchases. I previously had this mountain cycles battery and I hoped to hide the covert (and the tr450 I bought in the same colour) from the financial controller… It worked until she read my credit card bill.Posted 6 years ago
Now I love the transition orange colour. I think its cos the bike is so ace, it could be pink and dog poo colour and I’d think it was awesome.
A great man once said something about having any colour as long as it’s black..
I had a go on an Intense one time down in Alpe D’huez, it was a nice bike, not sure what model it was though, and nothing feels as nice as your own bike, once you make it your own and put nice mudguards, lights and shit to heavy it right up..Posted 6 years ago
steezysix – Member
That mudguard makes me feel sick. I know it’s winter, but c’mon…
It completes the aesthetics of the bike imv and being a trained designer I know about this stuff, so practicalities of mud brown skid marks up trouser arse of work clothes aside, I’d fit them anyway, I had them on all summer long.
Other riding folk constantly accuse me of the love that dare not speak its name on STW, but I don’t care, so vomit away, the mudguards stay..Posted 6 years ago
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