Last modified: January 6, 2010

Jeff’s new Dropout

here's my new Dropout



I'm stoked to get out and try the production version.  The only thing is that the paint is a little girly.  I'm not digging it as much as my old dark blue one.   I've got no one to blame but myself, since I picked out all the colors.  Oh well, I guess I"ll just have to make it look tough by riding the crap out of it. 

For those of you keeping score:
All-City production Dropout frameset in a lovely Smurfway
Profile cranks
Milwaukee Stout guard
Odyssey plastic Pedals
OG Holdfast straps
All-City proto New Sherrif hubs
Velocity Chukker rims
Fyxation tires
Cane Creek headset
Spank bar and stem

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