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Reply to: Titanium Bikes…
Thanks for the mention scotroutes, Yes we can make a custom frame to accommodate 29er+ wheels.
The updated pre-ordered “Rudy Fat” (29er+) will be hitting the trails early September. I will post pictures as soon as I get the frames built up into bikes! There is now a custom section on our site where you can build your dream bike and get a quote. http://www.traversbikes.com 😀Posted 6 years ago | Go to post
Reply to: Travers bikes? Anyone know them?
Sorry for not picking this up sooner. Travers Bikes is mail order only and I do not have a physical shop.
Michael TraversPosted 6 years ago | Go to post
Reply to: One of my running shoes has escaped
I wouldn’t have minded but it had been raining and was soaked! I am thinking that maybe the shoe sniffer could be the explanation…although you hardly need to go that close…maybe they were not man enough and dropped it running like a big girlPosted 8 years ago | Go to post
Reply to: Who runs their own business
I was in a well paid job and took the scary step to go freelance. I set up my own illustration company http://www.nicemonkey.co.uk, I must say without the back up and support from my girlfriend it would have been very hard. Now its established I just wouldn't go back to working for someone else…with this great weather I can take full advantage of it and go out on my bike without having to answer to anyone. Speaking of which I am just about to hit the trails now 😆Posted 9 years ago | Go to post
I work from home and quite often I do a lap of the woods before I make my way down the hall to my office!Posted 9 years ago | Go to post
Reply to: How sturdy are rigid carbon forks?
I have a set of "exotic carbon" forks, My wheels also stay glued to the ground but for fast cross country work and single track they are ideal. There is a certain twang about them that takes the edge of trail buzz and unless it gets really rocky or rutted I really don't miss my suspension forks.Posted 9 years ago | Go to post
I was sitting in the passenger seat rolling along the motorway heading to the airport for a relaxing holiday when the engine of a motorbike exploded ahead of us and a large piece of metal (in slow motion) bounced on the road then smashed through the windscreen and then bounced over the car. The hole it left in the screen was directly inline with my head. Luckily I had plenty of spare undercrackers in my suitcase!Posted 10 years ago | Go to post