I hope so. He's obviously planning on riding that beast and ride it he should; he wouldn't have that much seat post if not intending to hit the road. It's a repaint with components amassed from far and wide. Ride it to hearts content. Take care of it, yes. Wall hanging? No. Enjoy it on the road.fast ferd said:Am I the only one here thinking that you should not ride that bike? Ever?
That's the great thing about this hobby. There are so many great riding bikes and while some supersede others, each of the favorites seem to have traits that stand out depending on situation or mood, even if one does stand above others. There is nothing better than pulling down some bike you've not ridden in a while to find what you loved so much about it all over again, this after declaring the previous ride as the be all, end all.pdh777 said:The question is - what if when you do ride it you realize it is the perfect riding bike for you and your other ones do not compare.