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This sounds terrible but I just cannot do the color. I figured since I was building the bike I would truly make it mine. The powder coat company is very well known and has a great reputation. They do bikes and when speaking to the guy it sounded like he knew exactly what I was talking about. Im going to call him back, maybe this morning, and make sure he clearly understands.
DOH! Sorry. Missed that crucial detail.Yes but the OP is trying to AVOID 26" wheels. His problem is that the 54 cm Disc Trucker only comes with 26" wheels and he wants 700c which start at 56 cm.The frames are built for 26" wheels through 54CM, 56CM starts the 700C wheels.
A point of clarification in case it matters to you: For the regular LHT, you can get the 26" version across the full range of sizes. In the Disc Trucker, you can get 26" version up to 58cm. Thus, if you can get a 56cm for either 700c or 26".
The frames are built for 26" wheels through 54CM, 56CM starts the 700C wheels.
I believe the ACA tours cannot go through Yellowstone and I believe their route is similar to this one;
Be careful and make sure they haven't got sprinkler systems that provide an unwanted alarm clock.
Many thanks for all the advice. I like the idea of town parks. Its unheard of in the UK where we often get screwed for poor facilities on infrequent campsites.
There are more than 100,000 black bears in the western states (more than 200,000 in Alaska). Some may consider that rare, I do not.
I'd add that in portions of the East there are quite a few as well.