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Milwaukee Bruiser         Featured Bike! on 11/18/2009

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Milwaukee Bruiser

Thomson

Milwaukee

H+Son x Profile Hub

H+Son x Profile Hub

Profile Race Cranks with 30T Tree Sprocket

San Marco Concor Light / Thomson

Oddssey Pedals, Shadow V2 Chain

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this is a fun ride!

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Concor

were have you bought your san marco concor light saddle?

Props dude, bike is amazing.

Props dude, bike is amazing.

I like

Looks like a strong bike.

Nice mountain bike

Nice mountain bike

FIXED mountain bike!

FIXED mountain bike!

i like that crankset, but

i like that crankset, but for me, theres a bit too much red on that bike. are those the old holdfasts?

yes the red pad does

yes the red pad does dominate the color scheme a bit, and those are the old holdfasts straps.

repin supreme hard eh?

repin supreme hard eh? change up your chainring, better yet, change up the whole crankset.

if you look closely, I have

if you look closely, I have two different chainrings/sprockets shown, one is the 30T Tree and the other is a larger Profile sprocket.

h+son

are they actually managing tricks pretty well?

Yeah, very solid frameset,

Yeah, very solid frameset, surprisingly good geometry from street riding and no problems doing barspins with a 700C front.. very pleased with it! (and no I don't work for Milwaukee)

Haha I asked about the rims.

I already figured the frame was fine.
I was just curious about the integrity of the RIMS.

Oops

sorry I misread.. the H+Son's actually put up with a lot, I recently only had to replace the front after slamming it into a slot on the road at full speed, the slot in the road measured 1 1/2" wide, 26" long and 8 inches deep! you can imagine what happened... I damaged myself pretty well but the rim only had a slight dent, still true as well!!!
here is a pic of the after effect
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3529/4025064193_779ac4e437.jpg

Haha alright.

Wow, that's crazy. Are you ok???
I can't believe that's all that happened to the rim. Absolute madness.



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