Woodstock 707 46er!

So I had this brilliant idea of creating my own 46er. What’s a 46er you ask? Basically I took a 24 inch rear wheel and installed it on the Woodstock 707. When I showed up to the trail head Jeremy shook his head and asked…”why?” I replied, “To rebel against all those 69er stuff!” Panaracer …

More Woodstock 707 Upgrades

This evening I spent some time in the garage doing some work on the Woodstock 707. I’ve installed the Marzocchi Bomber fork that has 5 1/2 inches of travel and lockout. I also slapped on this mondo large front tire. What you’re seeing is a 2.6 Kenda Kinetic DH tire. I’ll let you all know …

How To Install a Fork: Woodstock 707

We got bitten by the upgrade and decided to pimp out the Woodstock 707 with a fancy 120mm Manitou Black fork. Just a quick note, the steerer tube was previously cut to the same size as the old fork and the star nut was already installed. The current fork on the Woodstock 707 is a …

The Woodstock 707 is still impressing me

This morning Jeremy and I rode a short part of the Fullerton Loop. I rode the Woodstock 707 and Jeremy had the KHS Tucson. Man, I swear when I resize photos it somehow takes my eyes out, and Jeremy’s too…Dang Jeremy looks pretty tall in this photo…That’s one tall Mexican! As long as I set …

Woodstock 707 Moe’s update

I’ve ridden the Woodstock 707 a couple of more times. I’ve adjusted the handlebars and the rear shock to my liking. Unfortunately, the Manitou Axel fork does not have an air adjustment so I played around with the rebound. I really like the geometry of the bike, it climbs great and descends with confidence. I’m …

Woodstock 707 Moe’s first impression

Since RL is riding the K2 and the Cobia needed a seatpost, I asked RL to lend me the Woodstock 707. I rode the Woodstock 505 a long while ago, I recall that the geometry of the bike was not really suitable for my style of riding. I didn’t have a chance to adjust the …

Woodstock 707: Ride Update

We’ve been testing the Woodstock 707 for a few weeks now. I wanted to give everyone an update on how the bike is doing. The Woodstock 707 is packing heat with the SRAM X-7 shifters and rear derailleur. I’m really enjoying the taste and feel of these shifters and have found them to be very …

First Impressions: Woodstock 707

I rode out with Jeremy this morning to get a feel for the Woodstock 707. The test bike we have is a 16″ frame and was actually perfect for my stout body and stubby little arms and legs. I set up the rear shock according to the manufacturer and installed some SPD pedals (cuz that’s …

Woodstock 707 is Finally HERE!

After just a few days that Woodstock Bikes announced that they were shipping out bikes, we ended up getting our test subject in today. So you’re probably wondering how the 707 handled the trails, well its like this. Right when I got on the 707, I definitely felt like this bike can handle anything I …

Woodstock 707 Prototype: Jimmy Loves It!

Jimmy Rigsby, owner of Woodstock Bikes sent me a report on how well the Woodstock 707 is doing. I have been riding the prototype 707 very hard now for 4 months and I have to say that I am very impressed with it. I didn’t know what I was missing with a front suspension bike …