Just acquired this S-WORKS M2 from a mate, cheers SPESHMIKE
The frame has been associated with this site for a while. ededwards once owned it when it was in its original blue/purple guise with red S-Works decals. He had it powdercoated in this beautiful white but never built it up.
Mike then purchased it from Ed where it sat in his garage doing nothing for about a year and a half whilst he rode his S-Works M4. He eventually built it up, but after a handfull of rides decided that rigid was not for him.
It now sits in my shed.
So what to do with it? Well, after moving my GT Tequesta on a few months ago I have decided that I do actually miss single speeding. Therefore, this is the first intended build.
The initial plan is a black and white theme with S-Works cranks, black LX cantis that I have in a box somewhere, Dia Compe levers, black Vetta saddle and black S-Works decals. A singlespeed wheels is being built by my LBS at the moment. I dont know yet whether I like the A-TAC, especially as the decal ruins the black and white theme. Dont know on the bar or seatpost at the moment.
I like the thought of keeping it rigid, but the Pro-Circuit forks do look good. We'll see when the build nears completion next week.
Comments, suggestions etc welcome.
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1989 Specialized Stumpjumper
1996 GT RTS-2