Yeah fight fight FIIIIIGGGGHHHHTTTTT!!!!
Anywayz, I have to say I like the bike... only that it's too big, but I always thought large sized KLEINs looked weird, dunno why. I think it's the beefy fork making the frame tubing look somehow tiny.
But anyway, I digress from the point I wanted to make... What the dude above said about getting the stickers off the Mavic rims is indeed quite a good idea. I did it yesterday on my Attitude and it looks a lot more old-skool that way (mine has simple X221 rims).
Only thing that does look off is indeed the seatpost, everything else is actually pretty nice. And looking at those red derailleurs and the blue brakes, I'd say go for a red seatpost as opposed to a white one.
And you're right about all the "standard equipped" Attitudes here, I had mine that way too, but I've been rebuilding it with nice parts. Nothing fancy but just not everything XT M730/735 schtuff anymore and when done right it makes a beauty of a bike. I did get rid of my bar-ends though, somehow from the front barends look weird on this bike
Anyway, keep up the good work. Nice to see another Team Attitude in Holland
Really keen on seeing this with either a red or a white seatpost (go red go red!).
Oh man, this isn't happening... it only thinks it's happening - Kevin Flynn
1989 Merlin Titanium - 1990 KLEIN Attitude Team - 1992 Specialized Stumpjumper FS - 1992 Specialized S-Works Carbon