Drop Bar Stooge

I’ve been pondering this one for a while, the eternal question – now that i have my own bike company do i ride another manufacturer’s bike, even on cold winter nights on the road when no-one is looking. The answer was no, so having once owned and loved a Fargo knew what had to be done. i was also interested on how the Stooge would adapt to drop bars, and the answer is very well. This could well end up being my touring/adventure bike. It’s a budget build that cost me more than £250, but that’s half the beauty of it. I’ll also be trying the bike out with off-road treads just to see how we go, over the moors and far away.

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