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oleritter
[image]  I wrote up a bit of a review on my Bish Bash Bosh on my blog. https://millcitycycle.wordpress.com/2017/03/07/new-bike-day/
Yes, I went for the loud and garish fun color.  I couldn't resist the Di2 hydraulic, and it's pretty awesome.  More rides needed, but I am really liking this bike.
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HandsomeCyclist
Nice builds guys.

@oleritter, I'll keep an eye out for you and the Orange BBB rolling in MN. I built up a green BBB over the winter, not nearly as nice as what you did but I still am loving mine all the same.

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oleritter
HandsomeCyclist wrote:
Nice builds guys. @oleritter, I'll keep an eye out for you and the Orange BBB rolling in MN. I built up a green BBB over the winter, not nearly as nice as what you did but I still am loving mine all the same.


Ha!  Under the High Bridge?  My photo was taken not far from there, too, looking down from up in the park.  That will be fun to run into you some day.
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BluesDawg
Interesting frame and some nice builds shown. Question to those riding these bikes, how is the fork compliance? Stiffness seems to be the prime focus of many CX and gravel carbon forks with compliance over rocks and ruts taking a back seat to steering control.
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oleritter
I'm just a few rides in on mine, and don't know if I can speak specifically to the fork yet, but overall this bike is feeling very comfy to me and I guess you would say compliant.    I've done mostly paved road riding, but I've hit trails and gravel every chance I've gotten, and it rides nicely everywhere I've taken it thus far.  

I can add more in about a week.      
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