I just felt i needed to post something...
I got up early missing my promise to my fiance, shit-balls she is so mad at me right now. Anyway, i have to come up with a plan to seduce / make up with her hehe. Have to think fast...
Friday, November 7, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
After a having a hard time choosing what MTB to get and that will fit my size, I got it, the Haro FlightLine Sport, great bike, very light and the response is just excellent for a motocross style of riding.
The Flightline Sport is a great starting point for riders looking to go beyond simple cycling fitness on mostly paved, level, mild terrain and explore the sport of mountain biking. Trail-worthy parts like an SR Suntour 100mm fork, 8-speed drivetrain, and mechanical disc brakes combined with its upgraded double butted down tube frame make the Flightline Sport more than capable of handling fire roads as well as singletrack trails. With an affordable MSRP of less than $450, it’s perfect for riders wanting to try a new sport but don’t want to break their bank account.
Well here is basically what I got...
Frame Flightline 6061 T6 Oversize Alum. w/ Dbl Butted DT
Fork SR Suntour XCM-MLO; 100mm Travel w/ Preload Adjust & Lockout
Headset Cane Creek
Crank Set SR Suntour CW-XCC 22/32/44
Bottom Bracket Sealed Cartridge
Derailleur Front Shimano C050
Derailleur Rear Shimano Alivio
Freewheel Shimano HG40 8-Speed 11-32
Chain Shimano HG50
Pedals Nylon Body/ Steel Cage
Control Center Component
Handlebar Pivit Alloy Riser 30mm
Stem Pivit Alloy 15 Degree
Grips Dual Density
Derailleur Shifter Shimano EF50 8-Speed
Seat Post Pivit Micro Adjust 30.9
Seat Post Clamp Pivit Alloy QR
Hubset Pivit Disc Alloy 9-Speed Cassette; 32h QR
Rim Weinmann ZAC 19 32h Double Wall
Spokes Stainless Steel 14g
Tires Kenda Klaw 2.1”
Brakes Tektro IO Mechanical Disc w/ 6” Rotors
Brake Lever Shimano
Here are some more pictures, im looking forward to a more adventurous and healthy life with this ride...