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All-City rolls in the Log Lady – an aggressive geo, singlespeed, rigid mountain bike

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Log Lady

Just days before we set off for the trip up north to check out what’s new at QBP for Frostbike, product announcements are already rolling in. While you’ll have to wait for the detailed reveal, All-City just posted this little teaser of their newest creation. Called the Log Lady, the name pays homage to Catherine Coulson’s character on Twin Peaks. If you’re not familiar with that show, don’t worry, the bike’s design looks quite worthy of your attention…

While details are still pretty short, here’s what we know – according to our own Anna Schwinn, who designed/engineered the frame, fork, and dropouts during her time at All-City, the Log Lady “is a nuanced, and clever 27.5″, 100mm suspension corrected SS shredder.”  From the video, we know that it uses their new A.C.E. tubing, Turbo Aggressive Geometry. a 5 piece segmented [suspension corrected] fork, and signature single speed dropouts which come from the Nature Boy Disc.

We’ll have more from Minneapolis.

allcitycycles.com

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Craig
Craig
6 years ago

Wow that looks seriously cool

TheKaiser
TheKaiser
6 years ago

My word, is that a “Twin Peaks” reference? The fact that the show is supposed to be coming back certainly got some fresh buzz, but you have to be a serious fan to name a bike after a character…cool.

crazyeddie
6 years ago

Look at the background of the picture, that’s the RedRoom, of course it’s a Twin Peaks reference.

SUMSKILLZ
SUMSKILLZ
6 years ago

sorry, tired of “suspension corrected” frames. Have them and hate them. Gimmie low as it can go. Enough with the risk management B.S. I want George Kostanza, “do the opposite” and watch amazing things happen.

ABW
ABW
6 years ago
Reply to  SUMSKILLZ

Sounds like the JYD they did a couple years ago would’ve been your ride.

Jason
Jason
6 years ago
Reply to  ABW

A Disc JYD would have been awesome. I wonder how much that fork weighs? I’m guessing this will be 27.5+ so I bet a 29er will still fit.

Eric Hansen
Eric Hansen
6 years ago

“27.5” and “Suspension corrected”, the two biggest turn-offs in history. Ugh.

James.
James.
6 years ago
Reply to  Eric Hansen

^ …Thank you for contributing to the conversation with the eloquence and punctuation of a 16 year-old.

Katherine
Katherine
6 years ago

Do not need. Desperately want.

Ryan S
Ryan S
6 years ago

I am the arm. Green is its color.

Digging the Fire Walk with Me motif.

s
s
6 years ago

Seriously, AC, the single speed thing is plainly over.

Kernel Flickitov
Kernel Flickitov
6 years ago
Reply to  s

I had a really funny chat the other day with a friend of mine about bicycle fashion critics. He said “instead of just reading their comments, word it out as if you were an old woman with a heavy NY accent smoking a cigarette and take an imaginary puff at the breaks”.

Thanks for the chuckle, but you need to get out more.

Ryan S
Ryan S
6 years ago

Pretty sure they were being sarcastic.

PDXFixed
PDXFixed
6 years ago

Surly 1×1. Neat.

Nathan
Nathan
6 years ago

Woah, it’s like it’s 2006.

Drew Carradine
Drew Carradine
6 years ago
Reply to  Nathan

2002, even

A secret source
A secret source
6 years ago

1,500 dollars cool? Maybe not

jdog
jdog
6 years ago

ugh.. If it was only 27+!

tom
tom
6 years ago

Thank you, All-City, that video made my day. Bummer that the real log lady died though…

notthatbrad
notthatbrad
6 years ago

“That gum you like is going to come back in style!”

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