Thursday, March 24, 2011

Prime Proto

For all the Prime lovers out there I am not going to ruin this moment with words. I am going to let the pictures below speak for themselves.











Keep Riding.

Rob Dunnet

9 comments:

SiLeRT said...

Uff!! Wow, wow, wow!! Incredible bike! Amazing! One of the best I see in my live!! Congratulations for this good job!! Nice pictures!! Best bike!!

Aaron said...

That's just silly nice.

(Trim the steerer though!)

What does she weigh?

Robert Dunnet said...

not sure how long this fork is going to be on this bike, so do not want to trim too much off the steer tube. plus i just changed the stem today and with the previous stem the steer tube was not so bad.

Max said...
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Max said...

i think the stem looks a little stupid, but that is not the question here... pretty excited about the future fork options tho, as the reba 140mm lacks tire clearance and reliability...

pedalhound said...

Wow....that is a thing of beauty. Really looking like a replacement for my Rune when it becomes available.

Anonymous said...

Nice bike. If I may ask, what type of rear shock are you using? Is it a 7.5 x 2.0" / 190x50mm?

Keith Scott said...

The prime takes a 7.875x2.25" (200x57mm) shock. It's designed to be able to take both coil and large volume air options.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous bike!
Your going to want more front travel (just guessing as I can't get more than 110mm out of my F29 120m)
Loose the riser bar ASAP. Wide and flat, maybe even a neg rise stem unless your really planning on riding steep descents all the time.
Like me start saving for a telescopic post.
Enjoy!