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    Help a Local Bike Builder

    I haven't seen this around here yet so I'll post it for them. Guerrilla Gravity is several local riders (mtg one the forums here is one) who have started building bikes. And I don't mean some half ass welded hunk of scrap metal. These serious mountain bikes built right.

    So give GG/DH a vote to help them cover some bills. Quality manufacturing ain't cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu View Post
    I haven't seen this around here yet so I'll post it for them. Guerrilla Gravity is several local riders (mtg one the forums here is one) who have started building bikes. And I don't mean some half ass welded hunk of scrap metal. These serious mountain bikes built right.

    So give GG/DH a vote to help them cover some bills. Quality manufacturing ain't cheap.

    Grow America - Vote

    Colorado Gravity Bikes - RideGG
    Those guys came into my shop a few months ago for the bike decals. I checked the website out and their bikes do look cool. I'm not into downhill tho. I'll toss some votes their way.

    -dx

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    I believe a trail bike is on their "to-do" list.
    You have just been mentally Rick Roll'd. Yup you're thinking about it right now aren't you? Don't fight it.

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    Thanks for getting this posted up for us! It turns out I'm not enough of an internet-er to create my own topic.

    And, yes, a trail bike is in our future--one of the "aggressive" variety.

    Please vote daily, folks! The startup capital would be huge for us.

    Cheers,

    Will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ithnu View Post
    I believe a trail bike is on their "to-do" list.
    Wouldn't there be a bigger market for trail/xc type bikes then DH types? I haven't really spent much time at the local ski resorts for biking myself. When I first moved out here I took my bike up Keystone which had no suspension at all on it. Cleaned that entire run pretty well - a bit harsh tho. I'm originally from Baltimore didn't really have much call for FS bikes.

    I'll be sure to keep an eye on the site thanks for the heads up.

    -dx

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    DX,

    Our focus is more on satisfying a niche with which we are passionate and knowledgeable about. We will be happy to fulfill RFQ's for other bike builders looking to hit up the "mainstream" XC market (read: 29ers), who also want to manufacture in the US.

    Attendance at the resorts in the summertime has also been growing steadily over the last few years. You should come out and demo one of our bikes this summer. The blues at Winter Park are nothing crazy and riding "the full squish" is a much different experience.

    What shop do you work at?

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    No doubt always do what your best at. That's the Apple model - a few excellent products rather then several good products!

    I work at Signarama Denver over by South Monaco. I'll def have to give DH bikes a try. I haven't been over to WP for biking - I know they've got some really cool stuff going on over there the last few years.

    -dx

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