- New bike in garden photo: Brodie Ti Holeshot
Forgot to mention label/valve alignment is deliberate. Wouldn’t want to deprive you…
Frame is a large and is very similar in geometry to the 19.5 Stiffee it replaced (which I wanted it to be) except for seat tube length which is shorter. I think it’s the top tube slope/ standover which makes it look too small in picture?Posted 5 years agomboySubscriber
Every time I see one of these Holeshot Ti’s it saddens me that I can’t afford one. My own, rather lovely Genesis Altitude Ti is a great bike, but it doesn’t stop me lusting after one of these enormously. They are without doubt, the nicest HT frame around at the moment IMO. And I think part of the key is versatility, being that they can take from a 120-160mm fork, and a setup from XC race light to freeride tough.
What on earth is going on with the cranks though? They look like M800 Saints that you’ve covered in a load of red stickers.Posted 5 years ago
What on earth is going on with the cranks though? They look like M800 Saints that you’ve covered in a load of red stickers.
They are indeed that. M800 with crankskins on. I always rub my cranks and find crankskins work great. The donor bike was red so a quite a few red bits knocking about I’m not prepared to spend money on just for minor colour co-ordination reasons.Posted 5 years ago
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