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    Proud lame eBiker
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    El Salt reborn

    So I needed, well wanted, a bike to leave at my inlaws so that I don't have to keep hauling a bike back and forth over a 3 1/2 hour drive. They live up on the north coast of California. Biiiig tree country. Lots and lots of Singletrack under the redwoods. Super sweet buffed miles and miles of ear to ear grin riding.

    Ok, back to the bike. I 'retired' my old El Salt when I jumped into the El Chucho. Frame just kind of hung on a hook for the past three years.

    Dug around in the spare parts bin to put it all back together. I bought a new xfusion fork for it mainly to get 650b clearance for the front wheel. Yeah, I'm kinda hooked on the bigger front wheel idea.

    Any way, stoked to have her back in rotation. Works pretty good.

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    Nightriding rules SuperModerator
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    Looks great.... my Salty frame is sitting in a corner.... ummm..

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    So your El Salt is a B6er? Cool
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