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Soma Fabrications Smoothie ES
I really like the SOMA frames... Wish they were more...."visible"... I seldom see them here on the East Coast. BTW, this page is tagged under "Fat Tires"... I don't claim to hold the definition, but 32c is NOT a fat-tire... I'd say a tire should be a minimum width of 1.75in/45mm before it's considered fat... the Schwalbe Marathon, Big Apple... now THOSE are some FAT tires. Peace, BB

Salsa Cycles Fargo
I ride a customized Fargo that I built up from the frame. This is absolutely THE BIKE for me... Everyone who rides it is amazed at how much fun it is. Pictures of my build on Flickr.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/16461051@N04/sets/72157611148254223/ The Fargo is a veritable phenomenon... join the revolution!

ANT Light Roadster
I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Flanigan at the 2009 North American Handmade Bike Show in Indianapolis. Very nice guy, great passion for what he does... and his bicycles are extremely well-built. There are many bike builders, but only a handful of those who truly "get it"... Mike is definitely one of them. I would love to add a Boston Roadster to my collection one day.

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Salsa Cycles Fargo


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Soma Fabrications Smoothie ES
Salsa Cycles Fargo
ANT Light Roadster