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Macho King and Nature Boy Disc Webpages are up

Yep, finally full details on our new cross models can be had by clicking over to the Bikes tab.  Go check out the deets for yourself.

Macho King
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Macho King LTD
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Nature Boy Disc
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Andrew Deane

June 5, 2014

I would really like to know the frame and fork weight for this.  I have my finger on the trigger to get one as soon as they are available and I know that number.  Thanks.

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Michael

June 6, 2014

Any idea of frameset weight for the Nature boy?

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Josh

June 6, 2014

For the Macho King, which tubes are 853, and if they’re not all 853, what’s the butting profile of the tubes that aren’t 853?

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