General Tso

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This is my extreme budget build. My wife bought the bike for me nearly 2 years ago as a graduation present.  I got it home in several pieces and pretty much considered it a lost cause.

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I slowly pieced it back together and managed to get it to its present state for about $2,000. The hardtail was done at Big Mikes Performance in Ft. Worthless, TX. and the rest of the fab work and reassembley was done by Hank at Widowmaker in Rougemont, NC.

Chris Gillett

Comments

  1. sean from boston says:

    looking good, its always nice to have a wife who supports the habit!

  2. fanoboss says:

    YES !!! Great to see a FELLOW NORTH CAROLINIAN HERE !!! Your bike looks great, I’m also blessed for having my wife AND CHILDREN’S support. Would love to tear up Red Mountain Rd. with you, LOL …tc fan : )>

  3. Tech7 says:

    I’m diggin’ those crossed pipes! Nice!

  4. Tebo says:

    Sweet! All that’s missing is some Chinese take-out (with chopsticks, of course)! The frame looks cool as hell. Really nice dropseat. Don’t think I’ve ever seen that kind of frame geometry before. I’ll bet it’s f***in’ loud, too!

  5. harry carmony says:

    I like that frame…-It has got my attention….-it opens new possibilities…-I like it…

  6. Chris says:

    here it is, all done!!!