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Posted By: derekSo the guy that took a year to even show up at any local fixie events starts all of a sudden "sponsoring" bike races and calls the LA marathon race aFIXED GEARrace without seriously knowing what it is or who the wolfpack guys are? I smell a marketing ploy that should have started from the get go.Hell No!:Transition3,mjfarsi
Posted By: derekI'm fully aware of what the event is, yet you're confusing this for a fixed gear race. The "wolfpack hustle" and this race have never been fixed gear only, just aimed at cyclists that enjoy taking the streets over. Do you see the distinction? I'm on my computer, but I'm lost on where you think I've personally attacked you.What I have said and will continue to be confused about is how you guys are somehow considered a local bike company because you import partially complete bikes to Tempe. Bikes that are essentially 98% the same thing as the Tomcat bikes sold on eBay, yet over $100 more. Further, State's presence in the local bike scene has been nil besides a few contests to help your marketing scheme up until you guys decided to start sponsoring a local crit and a few roadies. Take that for what it's worth, like it or not.
Posted By: Unruly_WhooliIt'd be sick if Arizona had more events like this. We had a race yesterday, 12 people showed up. SIIICK. Looks like 1/4 of that number is driving all the way to LA for a race.Hell Yeah!:mjfarsi
Posted By: Coat-xI don't even think a single person on here has a State bike, nor does anyone want one.Azfixed: home of chussies that don't ride bikes
Posted By: ZigZagCan we all just quit talking about State bikes period?Hella deeznuts
Posted By: burbsI was at one point one of the primary critics of State bicycle on here, and a number of snide remarks have come from these tappin fingers aimed at state bicycle. In all honesty, jumping on board with supporting local events has gone a long way toward winning me over. Are they the greatest bikes in the world, no. Have I tried one out, yes- bhard, jim jones, and a few of us went to the warehouse shortly after the design competition was announced. That said, State Bicycles isn't producing racing bikes, and dont profess to. They are producing a decent bike for cruising around, at a decent price. Would I buy one- no, but i think theyre headed in the right direction and at least making an effort.for more roadie content, check out http://acyclelife.blogspot.com/
Posted By: mjfarsiOur products DO PREFORM and if you don't believe it please come to the SUNDEVIL crit on Sunday or better yet, enter it.
Posted By: Transition3Can someone answer my question please. I will need to get back to my car without ending up like Reginald Denny
I am not bald, my hair is living in Reseda
Posted By: BrandoThis thread had more juiced people than tonight's Jersey Shore.Well Done.
Posted By: Transition3Sorry, correct thread. It is moving so fast.
It rained last year also. It is just another event that God hates just like the Tempe arts festival.Hell Yeah!:mjfarsiI am not bald, my hair is living in Reseda
Posted By: Coat-xThis thread is missing amusing content.Hell Yeah!:Unruly_WhooliAzfixed: home of chussies that don't ride bikes