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Ty’s Nature Boy Zona


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Photo by Brian Vernor

Our buddy Prolly recently did a nice post on Ty from Golden Saddle Cyclery's Nature Boy Zona for his blog Prolly is not Probably.  The photo above was from a separate post and was shot by Brian Vernor.  It's of Ty in action on this lovely machine.

Here are the photos from Prolly
 

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real pretty.

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ari

January 7, 2012

is that thomson stem drilled?
Ari

Jeff

January 9, 2012

yep

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Oscar

June 9, 2012

Sweet! i just ordered my NB Complete last monday,cant wait.
What tyres are those? looks good with the yellow wall.

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