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I get pretty bored of the new flavor of the month with regard to bike design, which still may or may not be a significant “upcoming technology”.
That said, I think the 1.5″ or tapered 1.5-1.125″ head tubes are silly on any bike not needing a 7″ single crown fork.
The best example of this is the Instant Center Tracking, open Four Bar Link design I invented in 1997.
BIKERUMOR: What upcoming bike technology are you most excited about?It’s the steady development and refinement of legitimate physical laws and the implementation of new materials and technology that are proven through research and development that yields some of the best technical products in the world. I like to think of Ellsworth Handcrafted Bicycles as that kind of product. Especially if it’s a trail you have done many many times during the day.BIKERUMOR: What’s your favorite time of day to ride and why? Get up, dig into the day, get a bunch done because you know your going to be pedaling by or pm and then you get home and it’s just perfect to relax knowing you got some good healthy activity that day and got a lot done. Honestly, is there any time of day that isn’t good for a ride? But it’s a great climb, with technical rock switchbacks that challenge me, and enough of them that the heart rate just doesn’t get time to come down, and it’s always a challenge.BIKERUMOR: How many bikes do you personally own and describe your current favorite bike? When dating, I found that despite the encouragement of peers to date many, many at a time, as many as I could, one in each color shape and size, etc. I found the satisfaction of being in a relationship and learning to be excellent at communicating and relating to that one person to be far more satisfying than variety for variety’s sake. While I have ridden many miles on each Ellsworth model, I try to spend a season on each frame to personally tweak and perfect the character of the bike to my personal standards of bike efficiency and handling. I was also thrilled with the Epiphany, especially on longer rides, multi-day tours, etc., it was just a relaxed and pleasurable bike to ride day in and day out, without sacrificing climbing performance or descending stability.I’ve always felt that when the bike is right for you, it’s easier to adapt yourself to the terrain. I’m not a big air guy, I love to roll over technical terrain.
This is a long one, so grab some coffee, blow off work and see how Tony Ellsworth rolls…