Some Bitchin Parts

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Some Bitchin Parts

Post  Bump on Mon Feb 15, 2010 2:47 am

I ran into a guy today at the San Clemente Pier who was on his pretty trick BRP. His name is Mark. I was there taking my girls to the pier for v day breakfast.

He has some trick parts on his scoot and I was particularly impressed with his shifter and brake levers, or ends really. They are adjustable based on the size of the rider. Or more accurately a lot of different sizes are available for different sized riders.

I'd seen the guy's bike around town several times and was looking forward to chasing him down at some point. Nice guy. Very sano bike. He's got some real pride of ownership there.

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Post  HAT on Tue Apr 20, 2010 11:39 am

That's some pretty cool gear. Though I didn't really see much for my XRR.
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Post  Bump on Wed Apr 21, 2010 4:50 am

Unfortunately, the XRR is now in a state that people who carry it's parts often aren't able to justify the expense of adding the web pages. reality...

HAT wrote:That's some pretty cool gear. Though I didn't really see much for my XRR.
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Re: Some Bitchin Parts

Post  HAT on Wed Apr 21, 2010 8:18 am

Fair enough. Twats! I think they're worth putting good gear on them. They go like rockets.
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