Guerrilla Gravity Re-Launches the Pedalhead

Sep 28, 2021
by Guerrilla Gravity  

PRESS RELEASE: Guerrilla Gravity

We are (finally) re-launching our beloved steel Pedalhead on a limited-release basis. Designed, engineered, and welded in-house, the updated Pedalhead maintains its spirit as the adventure hardtail.

This time around, it has some fresh tricks up its sleeve. Inspired by the modularity on our full suspension bikes, new swappable dropouts allow riders to switch between a geared and single-speed setup. Designed and engineered in house, this proprietary system allows you to seamlessly convert your geared bike into a single-speed rig.

The single-speed setup integrates a sliding system to provide chain tension. The mounts conveniently use a standard 12x148 boost rear wheel that holds the wheel in position when the axle is removed. When you take the wheel out to fix a flat or change the tire, you don’t have to reset the chain tension. This means less time fiddling with your bike, and more time riding it.

The geared setup uses the Sram UDH (Universal Derailleur Hanger) for compatibility. Switching from geared to single-speed only requires the second set of dropouts and a single-speed cog kit. The rear wheel and freehub remain the same for compatibility convenience.


The refreshed custom steel tubing retains its unique square profile. The tubeset combines lateral frame stiffness for cornering and power transfer with vertical compliance to take the edge off of trail chatter.

The Pedalhead has the characteristic “GG-style” geometry that utilizes a roomy cockpit designed for short stems and wide bars. Combined with a slack head tube angle, low bottom bracket, and short chainstays, the Pedalhead is built for having fun and goin’ fast no matter where you find yourself.


From the gnar to the bar, the Pedalhead is your go to adventure bike.


Build Kit Details:

Ride (Pike Select, NX Drivetrain): $3495
Rally (Pike Select+, GX Drivetrain): $4095
Race (Pike Ultimate, X01 Drivetrain): $4795

Complete builds in Size 3 available now, starting at $3495. Like all GG builds, customization options are available at RideGG.com.


137 Comments

  • 100 0
 No frame only option, bummer.
  • 11 0
 This 100%
  • 22 8
 Idk i'd rather buy complete and sell the parts i don't want. It's almost always more economical vs building frame up.
  • 30 0
 Yeah I could be wrong, but I think there's a lot of overlap between people who buy expensive steel hardtails, and people who prefer to build their own bike. If I didn't already have a Canfield I'd seriously consider this - but not with the components they're offering.
  • 2 1
 @seanchad: don't let your dreams be dreams. I had a canfield balance and this bike.
  • 3 0
 @adrennan: I'm all for n+1 but I feel like a Nimble 9 and this would be a bit redundant
  • 5 0
 @seanchad: and the nimble 9 is so bad ass. This might be a let down!
  • 7 0
 All of the companies refusing to sell frame only options led me right to RSD. Hoping my Middlechild V2 frame is delivered within the next few weeks.
  • 10 1
 @seanchad: Call um and see what they say about a frame only. They often are even more flexible than their website suggests.
  • 2 0
 @FrankS29: FWIW I will never buy RSD again. Great price and build kit, but had some significant frame issues and customer service was less than stellar. Took 2 months to get a new derailleur hanger which was defective when I took it out of the box.
  • 2 0
 @ratedgg13: I had great customer service when I bought my Wildcat a few years back. The derailleur hangers on those are just a Wheels Manufacturing #343 I think. Though obviously you don't want to spend an extra $40 when it shouldn't have been broken out the box, if it gets you on the trail, it is a pretty small price to pay.
  • 9 0
 @stumphumper92: That's true, but if you already have a lot of parts lying around, you don't want another full bike of parts to sell, you want a frame to hang all your old parts on. Any company selling an aggressive hardtail without a frame only option is missing out on a lot of potential customers.
  • 4 0
 @ratedgg13: I'm willing to give them a try. Reasonable price and it's going to be a secondary bike for when I simply want to ride a HT.

I'm in the boat of "I have a pile of parts laying around" and I just needed a frame to slap them on for when I want to ride something different or if a family member or friend wants to go on a trail ride with me.

The Middlechild V2 has the geo and price that I wanted, and most important it's supposed to be shipping soon.
  • 1 0
 Agreed. Not really coming up with anything for a frame only DJ. PBJs in long are MIA, so are Shonkys and Tickets.
  • 4 0
 @FrankS29: RSD for the win. I had to sell my middlechild unfortunately. They are priced reasonably to.
  • 2 0
 @Jeeper323:

Well a lot of frames require you to sell your first(born)child, so you’re coming out ahead all things considered
  • 1 0
 @FrankS29: YUP I'm going with a steel RSD Middlechild frame AND I'm driving from NY to Toronto to avoid the $100 shipping cost when that fresh batch comes in, in another week or two boom!
Ha besides my cheapness you can't really bash what you're getting for the money. Like you/others I have a pile of good parts I just need to slap on a good frame and get Ripping again bc right now I'm bikeless with a broken frame of a company (Trek) who would laugh in my face for bringing up their warranty
  • 2 0
 @GorgesIthacan: Seems like you'd about break even on fuel and time spent driving. Unless you're in Buffalo I suppose.
  • 2 0
 Seems like everyone (myself included) who ordered a MiddleChild frame is following this thread. I sure hope RSD haven't oversold their stock, and the line of ships waiting to unload their cargo gets in quick... Mine's shipping to NC in aubergine, and it can't get here soon enough!
  • 1 0
 @stumphumper92: unless you have a pile of parts laying around
  • 2 0
 @GorgesIthacan: Grab mine while you're there. Haha

Also in NY here, but not worth the gas cost for me drive up there...
  • 2 0
 @Lokirides: I assume they are suffering from the same stuff I'm hearing all over my industry. Even once the ships arrive and get unloaded, stuff is sitting and waiting for customs releases for much longer than normal.
  • 1 0
 @chacou: You're probably right as I'm 3 hours southeast of the Buff. I'm hoping I can turn it into an adventure...build it in some parking lot, detour to the Adirondacks to ride it Drool
  • 2 0
 @FrankS29: *shrug I wouldn't be opposed to picking up an extra frame, least you know it's on it's way, haha. That the driving cost is so different from last year is disheartening indeed. I dunno I'm hoping I can turn it into an adventure...build it in some parking lot, detour to the Adirondacks to ride it *sigh*
  • 1 0
 @SkyeSnow: called this morning and they are not offering frame only Frown
  • 1 1
 @ratedgg13: The frame recall was a bummer, but that could happen to any frame maker; yes, my frame was recalled too.

That said, RSD contracts their frames from a factory in a foreign country, their designs are not earthshaking, their only plus is value.

GG is designed and built in house at a small Colorado shop.

I’ve ridden both frames, hands down GG is superior to RSD in materials, design, fit, and finish.
  • 1 0
 @stumphumper92: that’s a young mans game.
  • 3 0
 @ratedgg13: Bad luck for you and I understand how you could feel. But it's the opposite for me. Only good things to say about RSD and the customer service. No problem so far whith my steel Middlechild after 2 years of intensive abuses.
  • 2 0
 @GorgesIthacan: Did you successfully pick up your MiddleChild? Anyone on this thread actually get shipping notification yet from RSD yet? I'm getting annoyed...
  • 1 0
 @Lokirides: Nope not yet! And I hear no one has got their shipping note yet. I choked on clicking order bc I heard there would be delays and then got cold feet. I'm now on the fence whether to stick with my dream Purple Middlechild or just wait 10 weeks for Marino to definitely deliver me a cheaper, yet custom affair.
  • 1 0
 @GorgesIthacan: They also raised prices and dropped a frame only option from their website. I'm glad I put my order in (though I'm wondering if I'll ever see it...) but if I were you I'd find a new option.
  • 46 1
 I've got one coming my way right now, what do you think I should ride with it ?? hahaaaaaaaaaa, exciting !!! Smile
  • 12 2
 That will be perfect for the next time the dudes at GG take you to another blue flow trail in Colorado. Wink
  • 1 0
 New video on it, janky as fook.
  • 3 0
 19th hole. do it.
  • 3 0
 It will ride anything (as with any other modern geo hardtail), it's just a slower pace. Which certainly doesn't reduce fun factor. Looking forward to see what shenanigans you put it into.......
  • 2 0
 Natural pumptrack. Just don't install a chain and see how far you get Smile !
  • 1 0
 Phat 27.5 out back w/ 150mm Pike up front. Short 160mm cranks. 30t Oval and GX Eagle, it monster trucks like a giant BMX
  • 3 0
 @fullendurbro: I'm fine with it being Floyd Hill, it's great for social media and already blown up
  • 2 0
 do the in and out burger gap that Remy was doing, could it be done on a hardtail??
  • 2 0
 Should do a Trespasser redux with Jinya on a Doctahawk.
  • 9 0
 Psychosis, with Tom preferably
  • 1 0
 Everything! Anything!
  • 16 0
 My old pedalhead was a ripper and definitely rode stuff that a hardtail had no business riding. love to see North American manufacturing just getting better and better recently.
  • 15 1
 No sliding dropouts was the only reason this wasn't on the list. Now it haz. Sick.
  • 16 27
flag BoneDog (Sep 28, 2021 at 7:27) (Below Threshold)
 Until your ride a Chromag Doctahawk, you are still looking at the wrong hardtail. It's hands down in a league of its own. I've been mainly riding hardtails forever and this is the first HT I've owned where I was truly blown away at the jank you can rip yet still climb and corner better then my 21 altitude. It's capable on any trail and just overall a blast to ride. the pedalhead is still pretty "conservative" geo in comparison.
  • 1 0
 you could have done the philcentric bb on the old version.
  • 23 0
 @BoneDog: not every bike needs to be a Doctahawk. The Pedalhead is pitched as a go-to adventure bike so it's got appropriate geometry for that.
  • 2 0
 @adrennan: Phil makes some of the coolest funkiest shit ever
  • 1 0
 @BoneDog: I've mulleted my PH and it's rad af. Could use shorter cranks, the OneUp bash guide see's a good bit of action if you're not sniper
  • 3 0
 @BoneDog: doctahawk ride way too stiff IMO.

Plus no SS.

And not every ride gnar on their hardtail.
  • 3 5
 @alexsin: I think that's my point, the Doctahawk has opened up even more adventures. It's as comfy as any go anywhere bike but yet is has the additional capability to take on any trail including DH
  • 2 0
 @chacou: I don't hate it!
  • 1 1
 @BoneDog: I'd love a Doctahawk, Chromag stuff is mint. But like any good BC resident as with Chromag. I'm a fanboy for GG doing it right here in CO Wink
It is an interesting bike. I can run it mullet like now for really aggressive, normal 29 with a variety of fork travels and it rallies, I've even thought about 27.5+ with studs for the winter. I've seen one with SS setup with carbon bits all over and stealth out. It looked dangerous, but cool in a roadie/xc sort of way. Fairly versatile frame/geo, IMO.
  • 4 0
 I will never understand peoples aversion to chain tensioners. Why would I want to lengthen my chainstays to tension my chain, it will change the handling. With a spring tensioner you will always have 100% tension which you won't with chain stay tensioners and your wheel will never be perfectly aligned unless it's slammed.
  • 2 0
 @BoneDog: if you’re judging bikes like that, that Chromag has nothing on an overforked Hello Dave. It’s an adventure and trail bike, not a monster.
  • 1 1
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: its basically a doctahawk geometry looks sick to me man. but i got a soft spot for hand made
  • 2 0
 @BoneDog: I'm not saying you're wrong. I've got a bike like a Doctahawk and I agree. But it's not the right tool for every job.
  • 1 0
 @alexsin: I guess "adventure" is a general term. For me its riding anywhere anytime with a single bike. so for me, the Doctahawk doesn't hold me back when i want to ride a DH run one day, then a 80k singletrack the next. I think my point was, don't let the aggressive geo fool you, the bike is still swiss army knife.
  • 2 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: I'm not a monster. I'm Melvin the mop boy
  • 1 0
 @DJ-24: according to the geo chart you’d most likely be shortening the chainstays by going singlespeed. OTOH, according to the geo chart you’d also somehow be raising the BB without changing the angles, reach, etc…
  • 23 7
 Starting @ $3500? LoL
  • 2 10
flag bman33 (Sep 28, 2021 at 7:23) (Below Threshold)
 @porkchopsandwich: ^^^ this
  • 6 8
 @porkchopsandwich: LoL logical fallacy. Cognitive dissonance. You eat it up.
  • 8 2
 @m1dg3t: if your company isn't taking advantage of current supply and demand, then they are morons. no one has to buy this but if they are selling out at a higher price point, why wouldn't they charge whatever for it.
  • 8 5
 @porkchopsandwich: then how is a honzo $1k less?
  • 10 4
 @rclugnut: If I know Kona, it’s a lower-end spec and a frame made overseas.
  • 3 8
flag gilby82 (Sep 28, 2021 at 8:17) (Below Threshold)
 @rclugnut: @rclugnut: see the above article on the law of supply and demand. I'm guessing the Honzo has less demand, and therefor a lower retail price. GG riders are pretty loyal and these will have very high demand even at their higher retail prices. Oh, and built in Colorado...
  • 4 2
 @gilby82: No way GG has a higher demand than Kona. But that also figures into the price, theoretically. Smaller brand has to charge more to its smaller customer base to be able to compete. I don’t know if GG still falls into the “boutique” category, but that’s part of the reason boutique bikes cost more.
  • 5 3
 The price seems fair to me. What does mid travel rear suspension add to the price? 1000USD maybe. I've seen more than enough mid travel full suspension bikes with similar spec being reviewed here which go for 4500USD. Yes you can get a cheaper hardtail too. If you're after that, you wouldn't be looking here.
  • 2 2
 I do feel like the Pedalhead now competes against the Trail Pistol, though. You can get a Trail Pistol for a few bucks more and they probably weight nearly the same. My issue with the Pedalhead, even as multi-GG owner, is that its just ridiculously heavy for a hardtail - which is why I was hoping they'd do a Revved Pedalhead that was in the 4lbs range. Didn't happen, but doesn't mean they won't sell plenty of the Pedalhead v2.
  • 16 1
 For real, the price on this is completely absurd. $4500 CAD for their base model hardtail

Here's Devinci's made-in-Canada hardtail with not too disimilar part specs and geo for literally LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE ($2100 CAD):

www.devinci.com/en/bikes/mountain/kobain-slx12s-full-sand
  • 3 0
 @jayacheess: that is much more reasonable and a better build than the honzo even...
  • 2 0
 @rclugnut: I just did a quick search for comparable hard tails and was shocked at how good it was. I'm like "wait, should I hurry up and buy one before they're out of stock?" If GG is any indication, bike companies are going to be gouging the shit out of us in the near future.
  • 1 0
 @jayacheess: "If God didn't want them sheared, he wouldn't have made them sheep."
  • 2 0
 @jayacheess: That's a fantastic value. There is nothing on that bike that needs upgrading out of the box.
  • 7 1
 @jayacheess: "gouging" maybe isnt' the right term.

Guerrilla Gravity is welding these hardtails in Colorado and using custom tubesets.

Reeb, who's right down the road, is charging $2350 for their Redikyelous.

Ventana is $1350 or so for their alloy hardtail frame.

Wyatt out of Bangor, Wisconsin is $1200 for their more conservative alloy hardtail frame.

Litespeed is $2350 for titanium. Chumba is $1650 for their steel Sendero.

Many custom builders in the USA are charging $1600+ for a steel hardtail.

When you compare the Pedalhead to other Made in USA hardtails, the price isn't that far off what the rest of the market is charging.

The Devinci Kobain seems like a relative bargain by comparison.
  • 5 1
 @PHeller: GG doesn't seem like a small, boutique outfit at this point - and the pricing on their carbon bikes makes the pricing on the hardtail even stranger.

And yeah, the Devinci is a spectacular deal - particularly because it's hand welded in North America, same GG and the others you mention.
  • 2 6
flag chacou (Sep 29, 2021 at 8:51) (Below Threshold)
 @jayacheess: "GG doesn't seem like a small, boutique outfit at this point" LOL I spit my coffee on the keyboard. How many people you think work for GG in Denver, doing composites manufacturing, welding, assembly, customer support, design, engineering, procurement, marketing, general biznass? I've seen the setup first hand, it's small, it's boutique. Especially when you compare to something like Devinci, of which I can count on almost two hands the number of Devinci dealers around here.
  • 3 1
 @jayacheess: Consider that Devinci can essentially absorb cost of their CA Made Hardtail with the margins on eBikes and carbon bikes made elsewhere too. GG, Reeb, etc., can not do this as they make all their bikes in house
  • 5 1
 @chacou: I wasn't comparing it with Devinci when talking about its status as 'boutique'. I was comparing it to @PHeller's examples of small builders.

Regardless, I see no reason to believe that Devinci is taking a loss on their made in canada hardtail - which they don't particularly advertise compared to their other full suspension offerings. It looks more likely that GG is asking too much for a hardtail when compared with their own pricing on made-in-usa carbon bikes.
  • 1 4
 @jayacheess: So, GG isn't a boutique manufacturer and thus should have their hardtail priced more like Devinci and less like Reeb? Because Devinci, a company with a massive catalog, and GG are offering basically the same bike, just one welded in Quebec and one in Denver. Apples to apples? I will say, when I got my PH in early 2020, I believe the last batch they did. I picked up the frame, bb, hs for just about $1400. We have no idea where the cost is coming in on this, Devinci and others have the benefit of scale when purchasing components. GG is small potatoes compared to those guys when getting components.
  • 2 1
 @jayacheess: I agree, Devinci wouldn't take a loss on that bike, but they can afford to take home a much smaller margin on that bike than a smaller outfit like GG, Reeb, or Chromag can on their hand welded hardtails. The Devinci example is also interesting because it seems to be a bike much more marketed toward entry level riders and they don't advertise it much, I don't know their angle. I do know steel hardtails hand welded domestically by experienced people are priced higher because they're built in small batches or bespoke. Simple econ, larger companies can absorb price cuts in certain products with higher sales margins in other products. And often it makes sense to price certain products lower and absorb that with higher margins elsewhere. Devinci likely is making just a very little on the Kobain, but it's ok because the E-Cartier or the E-Trail more than cover the margins they need, but to be able to offer a progressive, domestically produced, well specc'd, well priced hard tail is valuable to the overall brand catalog. GG might not seem small because Yoann is good at his job. I think they price the revved bikes where they are because they're more automated process, the PH is expertly hand welded and that is costly.
  • 3 0
 @jayacheess: Although I agree that the price of the pedalhead is hard to swallow. I don't think its fair to compare the cost of the steel Pedalhead to the aluminum Kobain.
  • 1 0
 @Jashfoo: I think that's the fairest thing to say about their price. Square steel tubing is an interesting and novel approach, and their interchangeable dropouts are also a great option. Given that alone - even if they were the size of Devinci - I would expect the bike to be more expensive than the Kobain.

But more than twice the price? I'm not sure...
  • 1 0
 @jayacheess: If the steel frame is going to last twice as long as the aluminium frame then it evens out, doesn't it?
  • 2 3
 Comparing this frame to to a Reeb is ducking hilarious especially when you get to deal with their shitty welds and powder coating. I sent mine back three times before selling it. Never again, f*cking junk@PHeller:
  • 1 0
 @R474Turner: Wait… who has the shitty welds? Reeb or GG?
  • 3 3
 @TheR: GG welds were awful on my Pedalhead. I sent it back 3 times to be re-powdercoated since it kept falling off and they said they wouldn't fix it again. Jubal said it was because I live in the south and it was humid yet the Chromag sitting next to it had no issues.

Definitely not the case on my Reeb it is perfect.
  • 3 0
 @R474Turner: Yeah, how do you compare a $3500 build hardtail to a $2000 build AL hardtail to a $4850 build hardtail, Redikeylous. The GG PH frame, when you could get just the frame, was/is at least $1000 less than a Reeb frame currently is at $2350. The point is they're about the same size operation, with size going to GG, and both offer hand welded steel frames made in CO. Reeb wins in "boutique" points and their bikes are gorgeous and builders some of the best. But that doesn't change that GG is still a small manufacturer, and rapidly growing brand, so to me this pricing seems right inline for this frame, shitty that it's for NX. The global economy and supply chain is going through some shit though with components. I know GG has had quality issues in the past, but I've had no issues with welds or powder coat on my PH over two years, and customer service has been there when I need them. There was an issue getting my OneUp dropper inserted when I was building it up, but a that was easily addressed with a drive to Denver and ream at the shop. I could see how having to send the bike back to CO would be annoying for the premium price on the bike, let alone 3 times. I don't know much about the surface finishes but are Chromags powder coated or painted? I've seen some other PH, mostly down south that have developed a "rust" finish back when you could still get them raw. Reebs are a whole different level IMO, you want an NX build Reeb Dikyelous2, get ready to pony up $4,720
  • 13 2
 Am I the only that’s thinks this bike should be in carbon using the tech they developed.
  • 23 2
 For the price, it damn well should be carbon.
  • 1 0
 That would have been a very cool reincarnation.
  • 2 0
 I'm honestly surprised that's not the route they went with it. I was actually planning on getting a frame and ditching my gravel bike for a hard tail to go along with my Trail Pistol. It was going to be my bikepacking/gravel grinder rig, but now I'm not too terribly interested.
  • 9 1
 Cool to see the selection of "trail" hardtails utilizing modern geo getting a bit deeper. The GG looks like a great bike from a unique manufacturer. I think they hit the sweet spot with the front travel 120 - 140, as much more than that really feels weird a full compression when you need the bike to be at it's slackest. I recently built up a Banshee Paradox V3 with 130mm Fox 34, and love it. While it's aluminum, it rides smoother than my old custom built steel HT. I keep wondering why Banshee as a Western Canadian brand with a rich history and bombproof bikes doesn't get a bit more attention on PB.
  • 7 0
 Good to see that the seat tube mast has been reduced from sailboat to dingy. Much more appropriate for riders needing to drop the saddle low low low your boat.
  • 4 0
 @GuerrillaGravity - send one of these to @hardtailparty
I'd love to see a thorough review and he's the only person reviewing hardtails
  • 1 0
 Doesn't seem like much of an improvement over the previous. Slightly Longer, lower, slacker (of course...); increased chainstay length (not a fan)..., single-speedable (who cares...). Also, it seems like like CS can only be modified in SS mode, and not in geared mode.

One big improvement is the straight seat tube, now it will be able to fit longer dropper posts. But no... Not enough for me to switch from my 2019 Pedalhead.
  • 2 1
 So it's a hand built frame . The bolt on drop outs are brilliant!
For 2000$ .
Who makes the tubing . True temper? If I go on Gorrilas web site will I find all the delicious details ? Or just more savy pics ?
  • 1 1
 I was looking forward to this coming out. Not crazy about removable dropouts though. My 2nd Gen Stanton Switchback has them and they tend to creak unless packed with grease. The bolts are also pain in the arse to tighten. I hope this design is better than the Brit’s.
  • 1 0
 Great to see the Municipal Haste finally coming back! Maybe I'll finally have to build a Towncountry bike

www.pinkbike.com/news/guerrilla-gravity-announces-new-townhill-bike-category.html
  • 2 0
 Those dropouts seem like an overly complicated way to do things. Why is this better than the simple sliders on every other singlespeed-able steel frame?
  • 2 1
 Love the frame, and the modular dropouts are a great addition. Shimano builds, and/or frame only option, is the only thing missing. C'mon, help us out.
  • 4 0
 This is lots of money's
  • 3 0
 Damn, what are they thinking the frame is worth $1600
  • 2 0
 Make swappable dropouts the norm so we can all adjust our chainstay lengths
  • 1 0
 Looks like they straightened out the seat tube on this one so you can run a longer insert. My 170mm OneUp maxes out at about 80% insertion, I could run a 210 most likely if I could slam it. It also looks like they added a removable seat collar.
  • 5 3
 460mm reach is terrible sounding @ 6' with alot of ape index.
  • 3 2
 For me it's already terribile at 5'11. Pass
  • 1 0
 FWIW it'll lengthen a bit at sag
  • 3 0
 GG lol!
  • 1 0
 It looks sweet. But is there any pros and cons to having squared steel tubes over round tubes?
  • 1 0
 Rectangular tubing (wider than taller) is probably a better description. Supposed to be more vertically compliant vs round tubes. probably same or more horizontal rigidity.
  • 1 0
 @Jashfoo: I also think it helps it stand out in a sea of round tubed steel bikes
  • 1 0
 is that seat post collar removable yet?
  • 1 0
 Was that an issue for people? I mean you could have just cut off the stock one and bought an aftermarket one haha
  • 2 0
 Only one size?
  • 1 3
 article says steel but that looks like alloy if I know any better..... but then again I'm no editor I just read the dang articles......
  • 2 1
 custom tube set steel.
  • 4 2
 Steel is an alloy . Maybe look up what the word means.
  • 3 1
 @Sshredder: pendantic much?
  • 3 2
 @bman33: yes and exelent choice of word Smile
  • 1 0
 Guerrilla Radio.
  • 1 2
 Wonder how many hours their shitty powder coat will last on this gen….
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