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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Inside Maverick's Factory





Anyone that says "Boulder sucks for mountain biking" hasn't gone on a ride with local Pro Ariel Lindsey (I never get sick of watching him bust out that 30 mph manual, sorry for the blurry pic, it really is 30 mph). Ariel has one of the most coveted jobs in the bike industry, he gets to test and innovate some of the sickest products out there, and there is only one way to do that... ride your bike!



The Maverick crew always has something new and improved brewing behind their doors. Check out this integrated 9 speed hub, rode it around the parking lot and it was as smoother than cable shifting!



Ariel could fetch top dollar for his GPS downloads, I swear, I have lived 2 years in Boulder and I finally am figuring out where to ride.

3 Comments:

Blogger Fritz said...

Is that an internal shifting hub? Wil Maverick sell this thing?

30 mph manual, wow!

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wouldnt say BOulder sucks for mtb rides. it takes awhile to learn trails wherever you live. Its no Summit county, but there are some gems.

7:40 AM  
Blogger scott showen said...

wow, that is one hell of a set up, wonder how it rides of road.

7:23 PM  

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