the original vinyl decals made in S.F. in the eighties are on the downtube of this frame.
This fully rigid 29er platform will be a sure-footed ride in the Santa Cruz mountians. The tapered head tube and disc brakes represent the present-the original deacls and 1984 'lobster red' paint represent the beginning of my MTB building.
Got a little sideways on this shot and couldn't rotate it after I put it on the site.....I guess you'll have to turn your computer 90 degrees !
There's CX racing in Oklahoma and this is going to most likely be the only Rock Lobster at the events out there. This might change in the future but the owner of this bike can lay claim to having the only CX race bike from me in the entire state......at least as far as I can remember.
The tapered steerer fork should be good for hitting the corners hard and holding up to the rigors of hard racing.
The sky blue paint and pink logos really play tricks on your eye-an interesting effect, almost making it look as if the decals are floating above the surface of the frame.
This road frame will be seeing rides on the other side of the world in a country where there are currently only three of my frames. The fork is a Ritchey WCS road carbon and the headset is the King inset.
This frame should handle up to a 700x28 tire and provide a nice stable ride without being too harsh.