- The first 29er I've actually wanted to own…
Saw it at Bespoked in Bristol earlier this year. As impressive as the level of detail to construction is, beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder. For me it’d need to lose the Merlin Newsboy styling, and the overly long head tube, but then if we all liked the same things, wouldn’t life be boring!Posted 4 years agotangMember
It’s a custom order and an exercise in what is possible with 953. Reynolds were seriously impressed, hence he has got the test gig. I am considering a frame from him, bit more conventional. Ted James can ride very very well, used to be sponsored by charge.Posted 4 years ago
I’ve got a few pics, check the luggage
[/url] Ted James’s workshop by tangwyn, on Flickr[/img]bikebouyMember
Beautiful build and design but a little to faff’ish if you ask me.. Nothing wrong with building with passion and art, but to add stuff when it doesn’t need it is just frill.Posted 4 years ago
I can imagine the quality of build is exceptional though, artists are artists, something one day I would like to own.
I too love lefties.
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