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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by kbasa, Mar 15, 2009.
That is a sexy, sexy Soma
Agreed... Although theres a fair bit of sexyness to a MTB Frame converted to road use as well...
I did quite a few triathlons that way.
Nice!!! I am hoping to take it on a 450mi ride this summer, as long as it holds together....LOL
i picked up this beauty this weekend... Carbon fork and seat post
Thanks... can't beat the value of a Soma. That mixed with the 105 and Bontrager bits creates the perfect big guy/all day road bike.
nice......29er i assume?
yes, salsa doesn't make 26ers any more.
Thats what i thought....LOL I am stuck in the stone age with my 26ers....LOL
actually, according to their website, they still make 3; all fatbikes.
Salsa is seriously into chasing whatever they think the current fads are; almost the exact opposite what what Salsa used to be under Ross Shafer (before it got bought by QBP).
Overall dimensions of a fat bike is the same as a 29er. You could also say that some of their bikes are 700c. Also not a 29er. Or, Wait...
*outer* tire diameter might be similar to a tire on another size rim (depending greatly on the particular tires being used), but as long as they're using a 559 rim, the fatbikes listed are not "29'ers".
OK! You officially suck. And, I'm jealous.
thanks! i'll sell it if your that jelous trying to decide if she's going straight to the flea market...
Wish I had the funds.
How do you like the bars. I think they are the " Woodchipper "
I've been thinking of buying a set and just wonder how they feel?
Yes the woodchipper. They are fine. I don't ever use the bottoms of this style handlebar so I'm no specialist...
here is my other Fargo. I'm going to keep one and sell one. Decisions, Decisions...
Ps: you are going to blow your rear derailleur/hanger if you keep running on the biggest cog and the biggest ring, besides is pretty useless gear and repeated already..
PsII: I love the color of your Fargo specially on the second picture with all the snow..
PsIII: Maybe you can use something like this so your Barcon's don't ding the top tube.
PS: its on the top front gear because i had just put the bike together and it wasn't tuned up yet so this was the only position it wouldn't skip around. but thanks :huh
PSIII: The shifters hit the top tube. Not sure this would work for this set up...
As long as you know, I just see my share of bikes damage (some permanent) from such a silly mistake
Sure it will, I just a thick piece of leather but you can use many other materials, cheap insurance again..