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Sir Elton Lavender Big Block’s Are Here

We just recieved the first of our 2013 lineup, Sir Elton Lavender Big Block's.

FM4772

FM4772-01

FM4772-03

In stock now in sizes 46-61cm. Frame only, MSRP: $475

Comments
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Adam

November 15, 2012

This color is so awesome!

I wish I needed a second big block (currently have a black/white one and loving it)

Keep up the good work guys

Jen

Jen

December 28, 2012

Loving mine!

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Marc

January 4, 2013

...I believe I’ve looked at this frame a hundred times already and I’m still not sure if I love or hate the colour. Built up with black parts only?! I do know that I want it, the frame, the bike, the feeling…

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jean paul

June 27, 2013

Love this frame and the way they ride but had to pass on the two colors this year. I will certainly check them again someday if my current rig needs to be replaced as I enjoy the ride quality of these.
Call me what you will but these are built to last so the paint scheme needs legs as well and these two colors are not LTR material… that’s my two worthless cents ..  much love!

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