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    Black Sheep Scorcher

    with ti scorcher bars and ti stem.
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    Pure Art!
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    I can safely say I'll never own one but they are so nice to look at. So cleanly done too!

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    Bs

    IMO Black Sheep makes the best looking ti bikes. Just flawless

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    Beautiful. Simply Beautiful.
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    Great idea and execution. Curious... why did you go with sliders over track ends since read disc wasn't an issue?

    How about some drive train close ups?

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    nice monstercross

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    What are the angles? That thing looks waaaay laid back.

    Great looking rig! I would think track ends would have added more to the minimalist factor than the paragons though...

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    Amazing! Looks laid-back, indeed. I adore the Black Sheep headbadge!

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    Great looking ride!
    If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains,
    you're lucky enough.

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    It's not often you see quill peddles and toe clips on a new bike. Nice.
    Zip ties? Not on my bike!

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    Nice.

    HTA looks slack and fork rake looks high. Neat.

    Nice integrated canti hanger on the fork. Cool touch!

    LP

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    Thanks for the compliments guy's... it is a sweet,fun ride. very stable not twitchy. Great control and leverage when climbing. I was going to go with the track ends to start out with, but james talked me out of it...lol . The sliders add versatility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smorkin
    Thanks for the compliments guy's... it is a sweet,fun ride. very stable not twitchy. Great control and leverage when climbing. I was going to go with the track ends to start out with, but james talked me out of it...lol . The sliders add versatility.
    Time has gone by and I wonder how well you like the scorcher.
    I am referring to the handlebar...Looking to get one from James and would love to hears some first hand experience. Moving from the Midge and seeking a more aggressive posture than flat bars.

    Can you share?

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