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    Appalachian Singletrack'n
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    New Wily on the way!!!!!!!!

    I can’t wait, My Wily Retro shipped out today!!!
    Thought I would share a picture, Brad said these shots where awful and don’t show the color at all but they are a great teaser.

    Ill shoot some more pics when it arrives and gets built.
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    In the first it looks green. The second it looks blue. Oh.. wait... I see scallops! NIIIICE. Spectrum? Damn they do good work. Sweet looking rig already.
    Just a regular guy.

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    those are Rollercams...
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    If those are bad pics,that bike must be twice as sweet up close and personal. Good luck

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    Arrwooooooow!!!!

    Welcome to the pack! No, there won't be any tail sniffing or anything...
    Man, every Wily frame I see, I'm impressed with! Yours, Appleseeds, and of course, mine.
    BTW, I should be able to post completed pics by the end of the week, if all goes well.

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    dirty hippy mountainbiker
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    standover?

    That's an indeniably cool design, but what about standover height?
    Mike Henderson, Dirty Hippy Mountain Biker and part owner of Jet Lites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy
    That's an indeniably cool design, but what about standover height?
    That's exactly what I was wondering... Beautiful frame no matter what though! How much extra did you spend on that paint job???

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    I dont have an exact figure on standover but it should be reasonable. I drew the frame in cad and came up with 31.5, I have a 34.5 inseam. Its hard to tell in the picture but the frame has a pretty short c-c seat tube (17.5) with a 24.5 TT I have a 410mm post for the bike. The paint was about $100 extra for the classic Schwinn dart design thats not to bad a price for the masking that is involved. I figured I was going to keep this frame for many years so why not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endomaniac
    I dont have an exact figure on standover but it should be reasonable. I drew the frame in cad and came up with 31.5, I have a 34.5 inseam. Its hard to tell in the picture but the frame has a pretty short c-c seat tube (17.5) with a 24.5 TT I have a 410mm post for the bike. The paint was about $100 extra for the classic Schwinn dart design thats not to bad a price for the masking that is involved. I figured I was going to keep this frame for many years so why not.
    Thanks for the paint upcharge info. It looks really nice! How much was the headbadge upcharge? That is also really cool! I agree that when I get a custom bike done, I'm going to expect to have it for a long time, so I might as well like it...

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