Let's pretend we're talking to some Canadian idiot who skidded in on a mountain bike. What makes a burrito? I've seen the term applied to stretch customs, but is there something more specific, a style or something, that is the essence of burrito?
You can find the definition here in this site. What I can recall, there is a few groundrules.
1. Very, very low.
2. Seat lower than rear tyre.
3. No finishing.
4. Strange and imaginative chain routing.
5. No stand.
6. And some more that I can't remember right now.
Please correct me if and when I'm wrong.
Here's a teaser of how it looked on the last ride experience. It originally had a 26" on the front but I twisted the forks. I needed to get it on the road for a festival and ride so I stuck this combo on. I didn't like the looks or ride charateristics with the 20", so I'll go back to 26". Also...
Sorry, kinda overlaps with MattiThundrrr's previous post.
Have you ever noticed that the workers at Chipotle that look like they blaze always roll the tightest burrito's ?
This is just a theory but how else can you explain it when some white teenager named Brad rolls tighter burritos than my Mexican grandmother ?