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Last Post 17 Oct 2006 8:59 PM by  cord4530
My Terrashark
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robert
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20 Aug 2006 11:33 PM

    This is my own Terrashark.. got this in 2002

    I'm using this post to test the forum while I set it up.
     

     

    cord4530
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    16 Oct 2006 3:50 PM

    Nice Robert! I remember pulling mine out of the package as well. I think that was back in Spring 2004 for me. I purchased mine as a bare frame and built it from there. I've always been very pleased with it. Having come from a Trek Y22 (another carbon single pivot), the engineering that went in to the Terrashark frame was apparent after the first ride. The frame is rigid where it should be, and allows the suspension to work under it.

    I'm happy to see the new web site up too. It's a huge improvement over the last version.

    I added a small/blury image of me on my terrashark just before landing.

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    sky159
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    16 Oct 2006 7:15 PM
    Yeah, the new web side looks more nice than the last version.

    But, Robert, could you please add more about the company information into it? We knew EPX development from the last web side, and we are pleased to learn more about EPX profile from here.

    I am one of carbon fiber bike hobbyist. I'd like to intercommunicate about riding skill, carbon bicycle technology with each other.

    And I want to show my ridding photo at here, but how to insert? please.
    robax
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    16 Oct 2006 9:36 PM
    Hey great to see you guys and thanks for joining up!

    Obviously there's still a fair bit of work to do on the site, but there wasn't any good reason to hold off putting it live so we went ahead.

    I'm shifting over the bits we're going to keep off the old site and that'll give the guys a chance to look it over and see where the gaps are. I'll press Evan (he who runs EPX) for some more in-depth company info as things move along.

    I'll put up a post explaining how to put up images in a second too.

    That's a good snap of you there Dan.... w00t!
    sky159
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    17 Oct 2006 6:58 PM

    Rob, thanks for your clearly description of inserting pic. Enclosed one pic for enjoying.

     

    cord4530
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    17 Oct 2006 8:59 PM

    I thought I'd add another picture to the thread as well. This was on a little teeter todder that drops on to a 6" (or 2.5 cm) wide board. Picture didn't come out that well, but I think you can still see the beautiful lines of the Terrashark :o)

    As for the web page, I'm anxiously awaiting the "Product Support" page to get content added. I'm needing to order a few more derailleur hangers for my bike. But I completely understand you've been pretty busy with the new site, and moving to a new location. 

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