Dec 31 2012

Matt introduces Sheila

It’s rare that I put a new bike together. I know, its bad considering I look at fresh components every day. But, I’m stubborn and I like the way my bike feels. There’s a point in the life cycle of a frame when, well, it gets mushy (for a lack of a better term). And sadly, my poor old rig is at that point.

Thanks to everyone who helps me out: Deco, Country bikes, Demolition tires, and my long time employer, Profile Racing.

Introducing, Sheila, my new rig.

In the timeless words of Morrissey/The Smiths: “Sheila take a, Sheila take a bow…”

Deco:
–Fu Forks
–Fat Seat
–Short Post
–Headset
–Grips

Country:
–Outlaw Frame
–711 Bars

Demolition:
–Momentum Tires

Profile:
–Mulville Stem. 48mm with titanium bolts
–Front Totem Hub in 28 hole. Every other spoke titanium w/ titanium button head bolts in 3/8, laced to a Sun Envy front rim.
–Rear Totem Hub in 36 hole. DB spokes. 3/8 titanium button head bolts laced to a Sun Envy Front rim.
–Rear and Front Aegis hub guards.
–160mm No Boss Cranks with titanium GDH spindle and aluminum 6mm GDH bolts.
–The Last set of Gas Pedals…bummer.
–Mid BB Kit.
–7075 aluminum pegs in 3/8 front and rear.
–25t spline sprocket.

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