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Liquid frames aren’t just for the trails

11 08 2010

To date most of the pictures and webclips featuring Liquid Bikes have been pretty trails-oriented.

Made me kind of curious to see how it would handle in the street and in skateparks.

I guess I can stop wondering.

CMC from Austin shows that, with a couple of pegs thrown on, the Liquid Feedback becomes a capable street/park machine. (Photos originally posted on ridemonkey.com)

Check out the guy on the 20″ craning his neck to get a look.

Yes my friend, things really are more fun on a 24.

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4 responses

12 08 2010
Buddy (Grem..)

Rip it up Cullen,that bike is dialed.Is that Omar in the bottom pic?

27 08 2010
Shop owner knows his stuff « cruiser revolution

[…] Pic courtesy of CMC. […]

30 09 2010
A DIY complete: the best of both worlds? « cruiser revolution

[…] your own hands.  Luckily, building your own complete Liquid 24 isn’t hard at all. In fact, CMC advises someone in this thread on a Pinkbike forum to do just that. He suggests picking up a marked […]

3 11 2010

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