Looks sweet! Can't wait to see more.Matt
Awesome! You got the 'Josh Patterson" frame. Good choice.
Yeah, I was very lucky to stumble across a company that made such a model.
wait, whats with the crack
Oh, crap! I need to warranty this sucker ASAP!The drive-side track-end is slit to allow the belt to be installed. Since the belt is constructed with continuous carbon fiber strands you can't take it apart and put it back together as you can with a traditional chain.
I dont know how you finished at the race but you were riding strong in front of me, also love the bike the belt drive is killer!!
Is this the same josh pattern that worked with Rob and Badger? If so this is Brad Cole I had one of Rob's first frames, the blue and pink 29er. I am actually trying to track it down. I had sent it back to KC for Rob to fix and then things went south with his boy. I have lost contact with Rob, but know you guys were fairly tight as far as the frame building went, and was wondering if you had seen my frame running around or know where it might be. I am not looking to get it fixed I just want to get it back, it has a lot of personal value to me, that summer on the NUE series, really brought that frame and I together. Anyway thought you might be able to help... Thanks and hope all is going wellBrad
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wow, josh, that thing is hot.btw... you and i have similar looking cats. mine is just a long hair. (but you'd probably expect that, him being my cat and all.) i found him as a kitten on the side of the highway riding out to a mountain bike race in 2004. i won the race that day, so his name is lucky. he was my other gold medal that day...cheers,mg
oh, and 'abc', sorry to hear about your frame... the whole deal with rob is a sad story.