In 2017, the bike gallery portlands announced the acquisition of an exclusive collection of iconic road bikes, including the M6, M7, M9 and M12.
Now, in 2018, the gallery will unveil a new collection of the bikes that the company acquired.
We caught up with Scott and Tom to learn about what’s in store for the 2018 collection, and how they got into the bike business.
The M6 is the M9 of road bikes.
Its built on the same platform as the M8, but with a bit more suspension travel, better gearing, and a more aggressive chassis design.
Its the most affordable of the M series and is the only one that has been in production since 2003.
It’s a bike for the casual rider who wants something to suit the city or a bike that is a great option for weekend rides.
Tom is a professional bike mechanic.
He’s worked on many a classic and modern road bike, and has built a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable road bike builders in the US.
Tom also built the M10, M12, and M20, and his expertise is evident in his design of the new collection.
It features an aluminum frame with carbon fiber tubes, and features the most aggressive suspension design we’ve ever seen.
The suspension is stiff and aggressive, and it has more rear travel than the M12 and M9.
The fork is made from carbon, with a new alloy tube that is longer and more aggressive.
The suspension is a very important part of the bike’s performance.
The M12 is the most advanced suspension of the bunch.
It has a wider shock travel and more travel than any of the others.
The shock is made of an aluminum alloy that is stiffer and stiffer than any other fork in the M range.
The front and rear suspension components are made from a carbon fiber, and there are a few different alloy tubes for each fork.
The forks come with a carbon seatpost.
The wheels are a lightweight aluminum alloy with the same geometry as the aluminum tubes.
It is also very stiff.
The most important part about this collection is the frame.
The aluminum frame is an incredibly lightweight bike.
Its made from two aluminum alloy tubes that are very stiff and strong.
The carbon frame is made out of a single piece of aluminum and is lighter.
It weighs just 4.2 lbs.
It also has a longer travel, with an average of 8.2 inches.
The frame also has an open-top design.
The open-tip design lets you mount the seat and pedals on the front or rear wheel.
The seat stays open during braking, and the pedals stay closed during acceleration.
The fork is an evolution of the seatpost that was introduced with the M11.
The geometry of the fork has been refined and is now slightly narrower and lighter.
The overall feel of the forks is much more aggressive and aggressive-feeling.
The brakes are on the softer side.
The new M12 comes with a single-piston caliper.
This makes it easier to ride on long, straight roads.
The brake calipers are also wider, and they have better rebound, less flex, and better trail braking performance.
They also have less of a “dead zone” when braking.
Tom describes the M20 as a more “classic” design.
It will be similar to the M18, but will be slightly more aggressive, with more travel, and with a wider fork.
It comes with an aluminum fork, and is similar in design to the previous generation M series.
Tom’s design of his M20 starts with a more traditional design.
In the M14, Tom developed a new frame design.
He uses a lightweight, carbon frame with a wide shock travel.
The rear shock is also wider than the previous M series, which means that the seat stays are more open.
Tom describes the new design as a “classic design.”
Tom has been building road bikes since 1993.
He says he’s been building bikes since 1985.
He has worked on everything from classic road bikes to modern road bikes that can be used for commuting, or even touring.
Tom says he began his career as a mechanic in 1986.
He moved to Houston, Texas, to build and repair vintage bikes and began building custom bikes in 1993.
Tom has had a career in the bicycle industry since 1989.
He first began his business in 1986 when he was in college and later started his own shop, which became the bike shop portlands.
Tom says he decided to retire in 2009 and start a new career as an engineer, which he did in 2011.
Tom started the M Gallery in 2004.
In 2018, Tom will unveil the new bike collection.
Tom first began building his M Gallery bike in 1987, when he graduated from college.
In 1999, he began working as a road bike mechanic in Houston.
In 2005, Tom opened his own bike shop, in Port Isabel, Texas.
Tom was very excited about the M Series and was one of three