post a pic if you can. my wound up canti fork is on order - but it will be a few weeks since i asked for it without the clearcoat... seeing yours would help to pass the time ;-)Tony Montana said:The UPS man just dropped it off, and it is nice looking. It's just like the canti version, but instead of cantis has a sweet looking disc mount that wraps around the leg. Weight is a feathery 653g (1 1/8" x 310mm steerer). I can't wait to ride it!
Saw your site earlier this week from a link from Kirk Frameworks (www.kirkframeworks.com). Now those Kirk frames are works of art -- well worth a look at the site. Check out the fillet brazing. Check out the custom cutout lugs. I was drooling.Tony Montana said:Yup, that's our alignment table. I'll avoid doing a shameless plug, but if you click on my personal profile you can see who I am.
Very cool! I've been jonesing for one of your frames ever since I learned about you folks from the old calfee forum (same guy that's hosts the strong forum). Due to some unfortunate financial circumstances I had to go for a less expensive cross frame but one of yours is still on my list!Tony Montana said:Yup, that's our alignment table. I'll avoid doing a shameless plug, but if you click on my personal profile you can see who I am.
I have a nine month old (our first) and you said a mouthful when you said they can keep you busy... Our boy is a blast to be sure - and he wears both the wife and I out on a daily basis! He's already got a thing for bikes - I think just because he sees how much we love them. Kids are just amazing eh?Tony Montana said:As far as riding goes, I've got a one year old and he's keeping us plenty busy (not to mention that there's a fair amount of snow here).
I'm a softy when it comes to sentimental stuff like family - so thoughts of my boy asking for stuff like that actually give me goose bumps. I can imagine that it does get better - thanks for a little sneak peakwww-mtnpedaler-com said:It just keeps getting better with kids. In about 14 or 15 years they say stuff like, "Dad I don't want 105, I want Dura Ace.". What's a dad to do? Buy em' Ultegra.