This is a 2003 Bob Jackson, in lugged 853 steel, ordered through Stone's Cyclery in Alameda. The frame is a club rider's geometry, and the bike was designed and built for long hilly rides. It has been on the Death Ride several times, and enjoys being ridden through the Sonoma County backcountry (Geysers, King's Ridge, Coleman Valley). Very low gears to facilitate the two-ton rider (Combined weight in kg plus age in years = 150) on 18% grades after a long day. Doc Giannetto provided the Red Lantern.

Paint is British Racing green, with cream accents, cream and red box pinstripes.
Ritchey Logic triple
Ultregra Long reach brakes
Brooks ti B-17, honey; well worn
Brooks bar tape
Campagnolo Seat Post
Ultegra Hubs, Mavic Open Pro's with Rolly Polly's
12-34 cassette
Salsa Bell Laps
3 King bottle cages
Cane Creek Brake Levers
Campagnolo Red Lantern

Thanks, Mr Fiend (Jim). See you at CX this season...

Max Beach


Bob Jackson - side view with the world's best license plate


Bob Jackson - out in the fields

Bob Jackson - Details


Bob Jackson - Front end details
Bob Jackson - Keven's Bag and red lantern


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