Last modified: February 29, 2012

Mr. Pink Completes Are In.

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Folks,

There is something that I have been dying to tell you, however there's no point in even telling you anymore since I'm sure you can see the title of this post. 

Holy shit, am I excited that this monstrous shit kicker of a road race bike is finally available in complete bike trim. 

Much to my chagrin, since getting my hands on the prototype Mr. Pink last Spring, all of my other road bikes have sat dormant.  I simply really don't have much use for them at this point, the Pink is the best one I've ever swung a leg over. It's got the angles, porportions, and stiffness of a pure breed racer, but with the ability to utilize a 32c tire the options open up to the almost limitless.  

Here are a few memories of mine, can't wait to see what kind of situations you can get into with yours.

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after work sesh
 

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drinking


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croquet down in Milwaukee
 

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exploring


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hobo style sleepovers

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gravel racing

It also happens to be, the fastest alleycat race bike in my stable.  Like any good road racer it is built with maximum speed and efficiency in mind, but with our cities' crumbling infrastructure, the ability to use a larger tire means that you can charge shitty streets with confidence that you just don't get on a 23c.   

I am totally in love with this thing, and if you have similar needs or lifestyle, I bet you might love it too.

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S

February 29, 2012

What’s the MSRP, and what dealers are going to stock the complete?

Jeff

February 29, 2012

$1875, a whole bunch of shops, what city and I can narrow it down.

m

March 2, 2012

Looking for either a mr. pink or a macho man, near austin texas. Also considering their nature boy complete.

Also, how well does the mr. pink work with campy 11? had a few issues with it on my cross check, looking for something else that can clear 32s, but be built up real nice.

Roger

March 4, 2012

Columbus, Ohio

Dave

March 4, 2012

Jeff any of the NYC dealers stocking the complete?

Jeff

March 7, 2012

I’m not sure of any, but a number of shops can order you in one. try NYC Velo or Continuum, or Affinity.

Adam

March 27, 2012

Is there a shop in Vegas where I can get one?

Wayde

August 9, 2012

Where are the frames built?  How do they compare to a traditional big brand Al bike like the allez?  Much heavier? 

Abe

February 7, 2013

Hi there, I’m looking for a good road bike but there’s a catch. I’m 280 and there’s another catch, I’m from Mexico. Will this bike suit me? I probably use a 56. Where can I get one? I probably can ship it to some friends in the US.

Thanks,

Abe

Darin R

November 19, 2013

I love my Mr Pink it is the perfect bike for front range riding in Colorado its fast and comfortable. I wish I had an excuse to buy another All City bike.

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