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Pony Express Info Is Up

Pony Express Info Is Up

   Last modified: June 30, 2016

Pony Express Info Is Up

Hey gang, 

Just wanted to let you know that full info and spec on the Pony Express is now up on the site Here.

The Pony is our beloved and versatile Space Horse frameset set up with flat bars, single ring 10 speed gearing, and v-brakes. It retains all of the Space Horse's frame details including front and rear rack mounts, fender mounts, signature semi-horizontal dropout, internal cable routing, and brazed on seat collar. 

While the Space Horse comes setup to tour the world, the Pony comes ready for use as a city runabout, perfect for commutes, running errands, or bike path cruising. We realized that many of our customers were building up their bikes this way, so it just made sense to offer a similar spec ready to go out of the box. 

This is our most economical geared offering at $1150 MSRP, and will be hitting dealers floors in late July. 





Coming soon!

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Randy Jones

July 1, 2016

2 questions.

Will it be available as a frame only to give three color options to the Space Horse colors?

Can a front derailleur be installed?


July 14, 2016

THIS right here is my dream bike.  Dealer contacted.  55 cm reserved.

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