Sunday, May 06, 2007

Long distance runner what you standing there for?

Get up, get off, get out of the door


Blogger troy said...

nice pics. thanks for sharing. I like the bike setup as you have it now.

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Thad said...

I second Troy's comments. I stopped by to check the updates and saw the photo and thought "Troy would really love that setup"... low and behold he beat me here.

5:08 PM  
Blogger Mojoe said...

Thanks guys! I've ridden similar set ups on my xtracycle and fixie for years, but the Cross Check just feels better. Still, I'd like some bars that are more moto for trail riding. I'm thinking about getting the Titec H-Bar, but On-One Mary's look promising too.

9:08 PM  
Blogger Squirrel said...

Very sawheat photos, I love me Mary bar....thinking fenders and aSparrow 490 bar on the Schwinn Traveler...I love the looks of that thing:)


1:04 PM  
Blogger Mojoe said...

Hey Squirrel.. This Soma bars are way cool! I kinda like the Noah's Arc bar.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Michael Meiser said...

Yeah, I ride my cross-check with the drops because I use it mostly on the road, but I love this setup too, like what you've done with the bars.

In fact this is a whole lot like my Fuji Cambridge VI in terms of ride setup. Upright riding posture, comfortable seat, old school, same style handle bars, full fenders, baskets on the back. Of course my fugie is from the 70's, only 8 speeds and doesn't do off road period, but the riding geometry is probably the same. Indeed it is my favorite bike to ride purely for fun.

7:32 AM  

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