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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2008 10:19 pm 
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Yes I know Parker was referring to the C26. However, I insist that his talent caonsisted, rather than attention to quality, in his ability to manage to get in his staff a bunch of geniuses, FTW, Herting, and Tomac, Furtado, Deaton, Giove etc.: people who contributed largely to the creation of legendary frames. I mean, I can't remember what year, but on the Kamikaze podium you could only see ARC-AS pilots...

I'm very interested in hearing the opinion of people "inside" the business, tho...


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first pics of the bike in my possesion "live" from colorado and Utah to be found here :D www.pimz.com/usa


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 9:14 pm 
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Roy- That bike is beautiful- I want one...

bet you cant wait to get it back to ride it on some proper trails :wink:


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 9:23 pm 
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Hot dang Roy, that Grove looks absolutely amazing against the natural scenery and great to see you hanging over the back end, styling it up.

Also do you always take your personal photographer with you, a whole selected of stunning photos yet again.


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ededwards wrote:
Hot dang Roy, that Grove looks absolutely amazing against the natural scenery and great to see you hanging over the back end, styling it up.

Also do you always take your personal photographer with you, a whole selected of stunning photos yet again.


My friend Pim happens to be a great biker also, fitter than I am at the moment... so lots of time for him to take some nice pics :D
I'll pass on the compliments :wink:
cheers Roy


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CTK wrote:
Roy- That bike is beautiful- I want one...

bet you cant wait to get it back to ride it on some proper trails :wink:



:lol: :lol: :lol:


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