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ajh4446 high-end-bikes's photo
Apr 7, 2014 at 14:48
Apr 7, 2014
Thanks for this! Can't wait to hear how it rides and if the link coming through your legs causes any problems. Have to say though the machine work is beautiful. Looking forward to the final build as its a really interesting frame. A quick response that I had to test on my Stumpy

ajh4446 high-end-bikes's photo
Apr 7, 2014 at 13:54
Apr 7, 2014
Can you take the pressure out the rear shock and show it fully compressed. I've been interested to see what it looks like for ages!

ajh4446 ajh4446's photo
Apr 6, 2014 at 8:35
Apr 6, 2014
Well I appreciate that. It's just a bitch to try and colour match. To the orange or the blue (first world problems I know) Yeah that's it. Was down for a couple of days so thought I would get back to my roots.

ajh4446 ajh4446's photo
Apr 6, 2014 at 8:24
Apr 6, 2014
Thanks for that. I'll be honest I'm still not 100% on the colours, but its by far and away the best bike I've ever ridden so I had to have it. Its between Plumpton (To the right) and Lewes (To the Left) I believe, with Brighton Straight ahead.

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ajh4446 dirtdigler's photo
Feb 22, 2014 at 1:35
Feb 22, 2014
And now my next project is decided. Absolutely stunning

ajh4446 mikelevy's article
Feb 7, 2014 at 12:23
Feb 7, 2014
Pinkbike Poll: The Local Bike Shop
I want to support my local bike shop, and where possible I do, but the reality is that cycling of any variety is expensive. Shops such as CRC often get the blame, but don't forget they started as a local shop, but they simply caught the wave of online (or in their case magazine) shopping early and have been able to benefit from that. If you can get two items, one delivered to your house with minimal effort or, dare I say it, guilt (credit card money isn't real after all.....) compared to a retail after going into town, obviously more people would end up going online simply due to convenience. What I have found is that local shops simply don't devote enough to online. Being able to browse, look and feel the real item is a bonus, but if I am then expected to cover that benefit with a 30%+ hike in price, its very hard to justify. However if there is some kind of brand affiliation from that visit, then like any successful company should realise, they get the benefit of sales. My point is that a local shop should not be JUST local. A crap, hard to navigate website isn't sufficient, but investment in a website should be considered the same as a new staff member and is very often overlooked.
Feb 7, 2014 at 12:07
Feb 7, 2014
ajh4446 Mikeyc1988's photo
Jan 19, 2014 at 10:25
Jan 19, 2014
Why are you selling up?! My heart bleeds that I haven't even seen a full build yet

Jan 9, 2014 at 11:41
Jan 9, 2014
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