Re: Dual Suspension 'Roo'
Cheers Sean, Rob , mrfubs.
I've been spending more than I should on my bikes and for me this hobby is suppose to be about recycling. I thought it would be easy to find a suitable frame, however my remote living can make these things hard.
There have been a few hold ups with my new motor, concerning Chinese suppliers. However should be in the post today. I plan to give this motor a review stock, then see what I can get out of it. My RSE 'balanced' crank in the Goat motor is a bit average, in fact I'd have to say it is the worst crank I have. So my new Roo will likely go in the Goat for now while I build a frame for it. But I'm getting too old to be bashing a hard tail, and will likely give the goat some road tyres and make it my Urban Assault Goat.