Second hand, custom, and larger sizes are hard to come by when it comes to a bike like this. You’ve really gotta be there at the right time, which is how John scored this sweet Moth Attack Rockin’ Road. Someone was selling it in Southern California, barely used and John jumped on it.
This build is a total Rhinestone Cowboy with its Shimano Di2 trigger setup on gum hooded TRP singlespeed levers and shellac’d bar tape and twine. I can’t say that I’ve seen that before. To top the build off, John selected the tried and true Bruce Gordon Rock n Road tires, which I was stoked to see since that’s how Bruce is planning on making money during his retirement.
We took John on the weekly TGSCIF ride and he was stoked. It was his first time riding the Verdugo Mountains in LA and I can’t think of a better bike for the job.
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