Crazy Fred's New 2006 Ride
We are pleased to announce that fellow
Dieselbikes member Crazy Fred is ready to rip this season with his new
custom Turner 6 Pack. Nine months in the making and a precision build
JRA Cycles makes this bike possibly the
sweetest freeride rig in New England.
Dieselbikes is showcasing this bike
because the build has involved
JRA Cycles and S&D Powder Coating too whom each have added their
own unique touch; making this bike one of a kind. To further enhance
the build, this bike will be the instrument to conduct our product testing
Spinergy's Fall Line FR Wheel Sets which they have so gladly
provided for this build.
This Turner is one of the last Hoist
link models to roll off the production line and has been built up with such
components as Hope Minis, FSA Gravity Cranks, SRAM X.0 Derailleur (front and
rear) and Shifters.
Crazy Fred is a hard man to satisfy
when it comes to having his bike built. We at Dieselbikes want to
thank Adam Klein at
JRA Cycles for taking the time to assembly
this bike in a manner that shows quality and workmanship. From the
smallest detail to selecting the correct front fork spring, Adam was there
to ensure this bike was ready. We also want to thank Brian at
JRA Cycles who put this bike through its first paces. Brian
was so impressed with the handling of this bike, he told Fred to take it
away from him before he keeps it!
We also want to thank S&D Powder
Coating for their superb job in powder coating the Gravity Cranks and rear
shock spring to match the black and white theme of this bike. Their
attention to detail, quality of work and ability to handle this custom job
are factors that make them a great business to deal with.
Dieselbikes will be out and about
Spinergy's wheel set through some of the
worst conditions New England has to offer. We will keep all posted
with periodic up dated regarding the condition of them and if, when or why
If you want to get a close personal
view of this bike and see it in action, drop
Crazy Fred an e-mail. We
ride Lynn Woods and B&T's most of the time but will find us visiting other
local hot spots during the season.