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MtnbikeMike

Turbo Monkey
Mar 6, 2004
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The 909
Custom-painted Team Bearclaw Edition rocket bike. Comes in at slightly above 15lbs. I raced this beast this last weekend and found it's a very solid bike, I'm in love.

And yes, I know I need to cut the steerer tube :p




and an action shot from beautiful Socal :disgust:

 

James

Carbon Porn Star
Sep 11, 2001
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Danbury, CT
I believe we're working with one of the local sales reps.
Right on. The Coles are great wheels. I was working with those guys about 2 years ago to launch the wheels through Veltec, but it didn't work out. I've got a bunch of them though, lots of miles on them, big fan.
 

MtnbikeMike

Turbo Monkey
Mar 6, 2004
2,639
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The 909
Right on. The Coles are great wheels. I was working with those guys about 2 years ago to launch the wheels through Veltec, but it didn't work out. I've got a bunch of them though, lots of miles on them, big fan.
Based on the 2 races I've done on them, I'd say I'm a big fan as well. Accelerate great, and they don't have the pad rub/slap when laid down in a corner.
 

James

Carbon Porn Star
Sep 11, 2001
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Danbury, CT
Based on the 2 races I've done on them, I'd say I'm a big fan as well. Accelerate great, and they don't have the pad rub/slap when laid down in a corner.
They brake better than just about any other carbon wheelset I've ridden too.
SwissStop pads are a must, they're a big upgrade from the pads that come with it.
Do you guys have a tire sponsor?

Edit: Duh, it's quite obvious that you are running SwissStops...nice choice.