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Sunny day photos of the Edit1.


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 I saw a pic of your bike e13 posted on facebook I had to think for a second why it looked so familiar
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 Haha yeah, I asked Chris if he would post a pic of my ride on the E.13 FB page and he complied. I like me some press. Beer
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 This is just my opinion so don't get pissed and e-thug me but I'd ditch the front brake, cut the flanges off the grips and get a pivotal seat setup. Do you really use the front brake anyway?
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 1.) Yes, I use the front brake.
2.) I don't see why I need a pivotal setup when what I have works great.
3.) I like flanged grips.
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 There's no point in having flanges unless you bar, actually there's no point in having flanges at all. A pivotal will look way nicer and save a good bit of weight and on a so called 'street' bike a front brake is pointless unless you're doing mad adam banton style shit.
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 1.) I like flanged grips.
2.) I think a Thomson post looks better than a pivotal.
3.) I like having a front brake.
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 Lovely bike just those levers look way to steep,you got loong digits?
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 Nope. Just like them at that angle.
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 This would probably one of the nicest build's ever if you didn't have an insanely awkward frame...
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 I don't know what you mean by "awkward". The frame has the same basic geometry as the Mob and Riot. It rides amazingly.
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 how feel the frame man? for manuals or jumping or street use?
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 The stays are super short so the front end comes up very easily. And when built lightweight it jumps like a dream.
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 i'm really interest in one of them i hope get one soon as posible, thanks a lot! Big Grin
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 Soooooo clean!
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 Thanks tup She's a blast to ride.
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