(ORBO) Mesa Büggie finished

Discussion in 'ORBO 2016 FINISHED BIKES' started by OddJob, Feb 11, 2016.

  1. OddJob

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    While you guys have been scrambling to wrap up the final touches on your klunkers, I have spent the week (on break from school duties) hammering away at the BACK40 shed. Here are a few visual updates.....gotta get 'er dun before the BO-11 starts in May!
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  2. Psycho Sammi

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    Nice job on the bike and the shed . Maybe when you get back here to the desert I can help you find some wheels for those two skateboards LOL .
     
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    Shed is looking great!

    Luke.
     
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    Typically I don't like front tires or wheels that are bigger than the rear, but that looks great!
    Great bike and work shed!
     
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  5. OddJob

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    Thanks guys! Yes KF, I was wondering if it would handle weird or ride different with just the fatty up front. It is actually more like a bike with a short travel suspension fork when you hit the bumps and drops, but doesn't bounce when you stand up and hammer. I was running the front tire at around 10 psi on the trails in the desert; rode great!
     
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