Ross McArthur

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  1. Waw! Great looking steed! Back end looks incredibly short
  2. And NEVER back hop it.
  3. Sorry G, I must have missed this first time round! Once there's a comp season planned out, you could tie a visit in with one of the rounds?
  4. Don't worry Neil, so is yours!
  5. Top job boys! Great riding by all. Very cool to see a blue V racing.
  6. Loved it @jamesb Really enjoyed the shoulder dab lines. Because why not, it’s not a competition after all if anything you should be offered style points for it. You look so so comfortable on the bike. Brakes and hub sound spot on, and by that I mean, I can’t hear the brakes but can almost certainly hear the hub. Sounds great! Would you say it inspires any more confidence riding the I9 over any other set up you’ve used? Is the noise noticeable when jibbing? What sort of rebound figures are we talking? Do you have the fork set up reasonably stiff and fast, or any extra tokens?
  7. Dima has some good style. Zero set up or correction hops, no flapping around on manuals (which I almost find a bit creepy sometimes with the super static body position) EDIT: no, there is some knee jiving! and just generally rather smooth. One word for you G. Meeeoow.
  8. Never seen these before. Cool to see!
  9. Rode Dunkeld today with Stuart.
  10. Rockman. Then hook it.
  11. Haha, yep. This. Body is in tatters because of it. Id be out building trails too but the midges are atrocious. I cover up from head to toe but the sweat dripping off my face and collecting inside the midgie net is a bit rank. Lots of house maintenance going on. Bit of work in the garden too. Edit. Sorry, not much of a hustle. Spending more than making really...
  12. Disc mount which never made it to production. Would have been the dream. Integrated headset looked good too.
  13. Should have some more info for you on Wednesday dude. Ive heard the Inverness lot are up for coming along for the next one too!
  14. It gives me great pleasure to visit tf and have a delight such as this to view. Part of the pleasure comes from knowing I’m not missing anything on any other platforms such as social media. The stairs kicker to double tyre tap could have been on repeat for five minutes with the continuous sound of a cow mooing and id still have left with a smile.
  15. Couldn't agree with that more. I had a set of echo forks on my Ashton and it rode like shit on the front wheel. Swapped them out for some tatty old Ashton forks - but they ride better! I had the echo fork paired with a 90x25 stem....That was also far too high and short haha. Like you say, its not a Hex. I've just got something about stems following the same angle as the top tube, in the same way people like to run the angle of their bars at the same angle as the head tube.