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    Curtlo Advanced Mountaineer!

    Hail to Doug and Russ for making this sled possible!! Needless to say that its a blast to ride (classic 71/73 Norba geometry and light 21 lbs.) and given the color even the chicks dig it ;-)

    Go get one!
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    word up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracer
    Hail to Doug and Russ for making this sled possible!! Needless to say that it�s a blast to ride (classic 71/73 Norba geometry and light 21 lbs.) and given the color even the chicks dig it ;-)

    Go get one!
    My back hurts just looking at that bike! Looks cool though. What kind of brakes are those? Supremes or just Rivals? Also, are those conti's or Nokians?

    Again, nice bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anand
    My back hurts just looking at that bike! Looks cool though. What kind of brakes are those? Supremes or just Rivals? Also, are those conti's or Nokians?

    Again, nice bike.
    the brakes are the real thing, hence arch supreme! the tires are conti explorer pro supersonic 2.1", they weigh only 1 lbs.!
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    Sweet bike!

    Nice looking bike, but how long is your inseam, 42"? Good gravy that saddle's up there a ways. Looks like you'd be a candidate for a 29er. I like the fork choice too, nice and tidy.
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    Nice ride

    How well does that fork work? I'm thinking about getting a curtlo and the fork looks like a ridgid and very cleen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowrider
    How well does that fork work? I'm thinking about getting a curtlo and the fork looks like a ridgid and very cleen.
    Fork works very smooth considered it only has 60mm of travel. im currently still toying with the spring rates, but compared to air-oil a coil-over is in my opinion also preferable. plus, stiffness is unbeatable and the fork only weighs 1180 gr.!!
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