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Parts & Bikes / Re: Armour F-1 front hub
« Last post by rideflat43 on July 08, 2020, 04:50:25 AM »
What is the cost of it?


looks like a weird hand grenade!
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Parts & Bikes / Armour F-1 front hub
« Last post by out~riding on July 07, 2020, 11:41:57 PM »
Quote from: Armour Bikes
Are you ready for a hub with mind blowing design and specs?
 Coming soon F-1 front hub.
 Featuring 7075 shell, titanium axle and bolts. Estimated weight 195 grams.
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So,I rode at the Spot for the first time for awhile and it
was okay.The redwood trees and pine trees etc have grown
a lot,so that blocks the winds of late.So basically I have
four spots in Danville to ride at...all within ten minutes of
each other!

St Isidore Church is a bit longer drive at like 10 minutes
off HWY 680..two exits(EL CERRO BLVD) North of Sycamore
Valley Rd and THE SPOT! The fourth spot is at Diablo Vista
Park and what is also called the Blackhawk courts..hard clay
and lights until 10pm.They are a smaller courts and i use the
Sycamore Valley courts and the Diablo Vista courts as both
my night spots!

The Norcal Flatland House..Off Crow Canyon Rd..up the hill
from Downtown San Ramon,but still in Southeast Danville.
6 minutes from 680 Freeway-->The Spot or St Isodore Church!

Diablo Vista Park..up Crow Canyon Rd towards Blackhawk,
Right on Tassajara Ranch road and is on the right..visible
from Crow Canyon Rd.//5 minutes from Nor-Cal Flatland House!

From Diablo Vista Park,take a right onto Crow Canyon to where
it ends into Blackhawk..left lane to take a left on Tassajara which
turns into Sycamore Valley Rd.Go down about 3/4 mile and on
the right is Sycamore Valley Park..up the hill and the courts are
right in front of you...8 minutes from Nor-Cal Flatland House!

"The Spot" is found as you turn a right on Sycamore Valley Rd..
as you exit Sycamore Valley Park and just follow it to then you
just as you get to the freeway and turn into the Park N Ride..
next to the 680 freeway.You can also take 680 freeway North
and exit on Sycamore Valley Road..one up from Crow Canyon
Rd.Park N Ride is just across the way there as you get off!
5 MINUTES AWAY FROM NOR-CAL HOUSE!

St Isidore Church is you get on Hwy 680 North and go past the
Diablo Rd and take El Cerro Blvd and then a left to go under the
frwy.You take a left on La Gonda Way and go down the hill ...as
the church is both on the left and right side...look for the church
tower and take a right into the parking lot and you will see the
riding area. @6 minutes from THE SPOT!
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General Flatland Forum / Re: 20.5tt any one?
« Last post by Mambocowboy on July 04, 2020, 05:03:42 AM »
I was looking into the haro dandois but might have to get it imported from flatland fuel, since the uk doesnt seem to have any of the frames
Nice frame but currently only available in that weak green. Heresy and Colony have long frames....
Hear good things about Heresy...
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General Flatland Forum / Re: 20.5tt any one?
« Last post by AF THE NAYSAYER on July 04, 2020, 03:48:35 AM »
I ride a 21 tt. I'll take a picture of my setup tomorrow.
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General Flatland Forum / Re: Introduce yourself
« Last post by khe killah on July 03, 2020, 07:36:44 AM »
Welcome to the forum Scott...
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General Flatland Forum / Re: Introduce yourself
« Last post by Prey4whirldpeas on July 03, 2020, 05:36:30 AM »
Hey everyone,


Name is Scott
Rapid City, South Dakota
28 yrs old
Brand New to flatland and been researching with the goal to build a budget bike to ride flatland. Loved that style of riding since I was a kid, and I wanted to have a bike I could ride with my 4 year old son around the neighborhood and on my own in my free time. Lucky enough to have an empty tennis court nearby too plus a job where I can ride at work in my downtime. Looking forward to having a bike soon!
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Parts & Bikes / Re: Anyone use the Infinity Seat
« Last post by rideflat43 on July 03, 2020, 03:06:16 AM »
yeah that is the setup i use..best pivotal setup and you can but it at Flatland Fuel
The Other FF  lol
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Parts & Bikes / Re: Anyone use the Infinity Seat
« Last post by Mambocowboy on July 03, 2020, 12:23:25 AM »

Yeah, I use the padded one and it is like I said..pivotal..super light
and have the finger holds under the back area of the seat...I use to
use the Travis Collier and love that..until I ripped the hell out of the
back of the seat.


I know have like 3 of those infinity seats and that should last me for
awhile!
Use the padded one from FF with long Johnson seatpost. Way better than the combo that came with my ares afx complete...
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Parts & Bikes / Re: New Deco Flatland Frame
« Last post by HighLander on July 01, 2020, 06:36:26 PM »
Was told it will have similar geometry as Odyssey Waltz frame.
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