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Comfy Saturday Rides edition
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>>1131059
>cottered crank
Comfy
>b66? saddle
COMFYYY
>SA AW hub
MAXIMUM COMFFF
>Scraeder valve
COMF OVERLOAD
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>>1131059

Stop spamming your bike and alt posting.
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>>1131097
Nobody else wants to make new threads and it's the only bike I own. Would you prefer I start a PYBT with someone else's bike?
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>>1131106

Okay, Ill let you slide.
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>>1131102

It looks like a fun ride, but I can't bring myself to liking the aesthetic.

Did you remove all the decals?
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>>1131059
That truly is a thing of beauty, I have a Raleigh Arena I am cleaning up and wanting to get riding for my base-miles over winter. You have a very well looked after bike there.
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Here is my number 1 bike.
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Took the commuter out for some thanksgiving bikepacking.
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>>1131114
Does it bother you not knowing the brand? Its a carbon frame from allahbahbuh
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>>1131179
I thought it might have been a Chinese special, just curious.
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Pretty comfy on weekdays too.
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>>1131115
Thank you, anon. Do you have any WIPs of your Arena?
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65 DL-1
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Also have a few older bikes in various levels of assembly (Rocky Mountain, Cannondale, Giant) that I will eventually get back into action and post some pics of.
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74 Sports
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>>1131119
The heck are all those green posts?
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>>1131205
They have saplings inside them. It's a common thing to see them beside major roads here in the UK.
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>>1131204
Good lord that's beautiful.
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Posted before, but here's the bike I used today to run errands and go visit family members in town. It's almost time to switch the Compass tires for winter tires...

>>1131204
What kind of batteries does that light take?

>>1131162
Fabulous picture.
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>>1131226
Are those Retrofriction shifters?
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>>1131162
What front rack/bag combo is that? Looks like a great set up.
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>>1131228
yes, nice catch
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>>1131226
Thanks! Here, have another

(nice bike yourself!)
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>>1131229
It's an older Cetma Halfrack with some custom mods. The new ones Lane is selling fix most of the quibbles that I have with mine, and if you want to be a big spender, there's also the Pass&Stow rack.

The blue rolltop front bag is the Monkeywrench bag from Porcelain Rocket; all of my clothing, food, and cook supplies were packed in there.

The orange bags are from Outer Shell Adventure - a matched handlebar bag, stem caddy, and miniature framebag. The framebag was for tools/spares and snacks, and the handlebar bag held my camera for quick photo access.

It was a pretty good setup overall. A lot of weight on the front, but with a short, high rake fork, it ended up with steering geometry similar to a low-trail randonneuring bike and handled like a champ.
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I ride way too much gravel on this bike, it makes me want 28s or larger and disc brakes everytime. I feel like a punching bag after a long gravel descent.
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>>1131239
That seems like such an awesome place to ride.
I'm jelly.
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>>1131278
>"I ride too much gravel on this bike"
>bike is spotless
uh huh.
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>>1131302
>what is cleaning your bike?
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>>1131310
>ride gravel
>no nicks in the paint or decals or on the rims
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repost lol
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>>1131311

I ride on gravel all the time on my commute, and get nothing more than a bit of dust on my frame.

One of my commuters has fenders, the other I used helicopter / racing tape on the down tube and seat tube to protect from rocks.

I doubt he's running down scree in pit mines, Anon. Unless the gravel is super loose and deep, your rims will never touch it.
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>>1131318
At least it doesn't have red accents
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>>1131278
>I ride gravel too much, it makes me want disc brakes

Boo hoo hoo
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>>1131318
>1 bottle cage
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>>1131461
you are going to die the day you go over 20 km\h in that thing grampa
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>>1131226
I love the colors with the frame and the leather
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>>1131239
What is your setup? Do you use a puncture resistant liner? I feel like flats would be common in the desert.
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>>1131232
Right on! Are you running an 8spd drivetrain?
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>>1131199
Cool
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>>1131461
Have you done 1500' descents on that? It's really not the brakes that make it so bad, its the 25mm tires, I have no issue with the mini V's on my CX bike, the extra 7 mils and way less pressure makes a big difference.
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>>1131162
can you reach the water bottles while riding? looks like they're pretty far forward
and nice picture man, looks like a comfy area to ride around
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>>1131226
10/10 with the gigantic mudflap, nice
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>>1131318
that is sexy. I think it would good with some bianchi blue in strategic places
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>>1131510
Water bottles were for bulk storage; I needed to carry two day's worth of water - there isn't any easily accessible water in Canyonlands. I had a 1.5L camelbak as well; I drank out of it while riding and I refilled it out of the naglene bottles.

>>1131290
It was pretty baller. Best bike trip I've done since my tour through Japan two years ago.

>>1131480
Tubeless, 26" x 2.3" Maxxis Minion SS with the puncture resistant layer. There weren't a ton of sharp rocks so I wasn't *too* concerned about flats, but I did bring two tubes just in case - better safe than sorry.
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>>1131465
you'd be surprised at how fast I can descend on this thing.

>>1131506
>Have you done 1500' descents on that?
Yep, all the time. Paved, gravel, dirt, everything in between. Pictured at the top of a 2kft dirt descent, with the middle 1000ft or so averaging 12% down. The 2nd stage of Grinduro is 1500ft down at 4% on gravel; I averaged 45kph or so. The last stage of Grinduro is over 1600ft down on singletrack at a 9% grade, and I shredded that.

Since that photo was taken, I've switched over to 1st gen XTR canti brakes. Single-finger braking. They're great.
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>>1131462
I removed one for a race I did and I dont need two for winter training
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>>1131221
Thanks, anon
>>1131226
It takes two massive D cell batteries
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>>1131506
I'm pretty into the gearing on that DA crankset and the TRPs.

This thing is from a long-forgotten era of only 4 or 5 years ago. Now everyone seems to think CX bikes always had 1x drivetrains and dick brakes.
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>>1131609
A race down to the local cafe?
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>>1131204
>>1131201
>>1131059
English 3-speed crew represent.
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>>1131688
I mean i did most of my cat D races with one cage, but I used two for my cat C races after I upgraded
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So many good bikes in this PYBT.

>>1131199
Dat LD stem
>>1131226
Dem Retrofrictions
>>1131506
Dat early '10s CX

I finally got the chance to execute some changes I've been sitting on.
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>>1131909
>cat D
>cat C
From what lands do you hale?
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>>1131960
Denmark
Our system goes A>B>C>D
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>>1131958
Considerate commuter.
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>>1131958
your fender + tire combo is insanely classy
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New to me beach bruiser
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The commuter vitus 979 here.
Changed the seat and make some maintenance to the changes, the performance is far better.
I'm thinking in change the rims this week. I probably will post the changes in the next PYBT.
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>>1132086
get some phat tires m8
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>>1132191
Not particularly beautiful but I like it.
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>>1132208
I'm looking at some 43c rock n roads right now but I'd like to test ride them first. Perhaps I'll burn through these first. They're practically new tires
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>>1132246
Rock n’ Roads are real shreddy on dirt, but buzzy and wear quickly on pavement. Not recommended unless you’re really spending >70% of your time on the dirt.

WTB Nano 40c is almost equally shreddy, but rolls better on pavement. Caveat: that center strip that makes them fast on pavement also makes them hopeless on rocky trails if it gets wet, whereas the RnR handles wet just fine.

If you’re considering the RnR for dirt + wet, I’ve also heard good things about the WTB Resolute and Maxxis Ravager. If you’re more on the pavement + dry dirt side of the equation, the WTB Riddler or Maxxis Rambler are tires you could look at.

And then there’s always the Compass Snoqualmie Pass... I’ve found them to be surprisingly capable on dry singletrack, although vulnerable to sidewall cuts in sharp rocks. Blazing fast on pavement, of course.
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Winter is coming for me.
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>>1132309
Have you considered a long mudflap for that front fender? Otherwise you're likely to show up to work soaked from the knees down on a wet day.
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>>1132279
Thanks for all that info! I've been told the the resolutes are surprisingly quick on pavement too. Since I plan on putting velo orange fenders I may consider the Barlow pass from compass before going for all terrain tires in the spring
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>>1132086
To add to the comfy edition I swapped out the speedplays for clips and straps and put 28c gravel kings on my paramount
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>>1132328

Soma Cazdero (so?) is 43mm and great in mud/dirt/gravel

Marathon Supremes aren't cool but they're better than any compass option at the same price. They're just a little utilitarian looking with the reflective strips. I guess if your #1 priority is "suppleness" compass wins. But Supremes are pretty fuckin supple starting at 35mm
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>>1132332
>Soma Cazdero
Fast rolling on pavement, good on gravel and ok on dirt. Never risen them in the wet but the solid strip in the center is even more pronounced than the WTB Nano 40c so I’ll bet they’re even dicer on wet rock.

>Marathon Supreme
>they're better than any compass option at the same price.
What the literal FUCK are you talking about. Have you ever rode either of them for more than a few miles? The two are completely different tires aimed at completely different audiences. The Marathon is a hell of a lot tougher and more puncture resistant, but it’s heavy and rides like a literal boat anchor.
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>>1132332
I'm seeing a few reviews for the cazadero that measure it out to 40mm on a 19mm rim. I don't know if they will clear the 45mm fenders after they're installed.
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>>1131278
Wasn’t this bike stolen and then you bought it?
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>>1132336
Marathon Supreme is one of the lighter faster tyres from the range (although vs Barlow Pass extralight the spec weight is still 150g more), it has basically no puncture protection compared to a "real" marathon with huge heavy physical barriers.

I used a similar tyre, the Vittoria Radonneur Hyper and it got shredded by thorns just the same as compass (setup tubed) did.

Running Compass tubeless now and holy shit it's fucking amazing. Looks like the Supremes have a tubeless model now too. Wouldn't run a tyre like that without sealant again.

>>1132347
Might clear but you'd be way too tight for comfort.
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Oh yeah, here's my bicycle.
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>>1132360
Vittoria random tires are nothing like marathon Supremes. And you're wrong about supreme vs regular
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>>1132348
I bought it from a used bike shop that's been in my area for quite a long time. Who knows if it was stolen, I don't know how trustworthy the people at that shop are. It was originally a team bike for a Stan's Notubes team in the southeast 4 or 5 years ago, that's the explanation for the unique livery.
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>>1132332
Have you looked at the Surly Knard? The higher TPI version is incredibly underrated.
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My Chinese limousine
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>>1132382
I never even considered it

Surly tires have a shit reputation
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>>1132316
Been lucky enough to ride with shorts and a change of socks/shoes into December. I did order a mudflap for the front.
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>>1132384
Damn, I didn't think anyone on /n/ actually owned one of those. Have you ever considered upgrading it to a 3-speed IGH?
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>>1132413
Neh, it's just a cheap bike but it was in such good deal and I only paid $50 for it. Just a cruise around the neighborhood bike
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>>1132452
How does it ride? Have you ever ridden a Raleigh DL-1 to compare the copy against the real thing?
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>>1132457
The 65 DL1 and the 74 sports itt are also mine. It definitely feels weaker than the DL1. Heck of a lot more flex when riding. The brakes are a joke, too. But, again, for $50 I had to have it. I wouldn't take it for a lake ride or anything. But for a few laps in the residential it's good
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>>1131059
Here it is. Alubike Wadley, a mexican brand. O bougth it used at $300 US, the bike was almost unused... so far behaves great, havent tested it on dirt, hope it doesn't kill me sempai
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>>1132531
Could you take a worse fucking picture?
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>>1131984
Best $6 I ever spent.

>>1131992
Thanks!
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>>1131958

:D
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>>1132559
Welcome to the 650b family!

... or wait, I guess they're calling it "Road Plus" now.
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>>1132559
Sweet. I always wanted to be a trendsetter.
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>>1131059
>Christmas Edition
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>>1131119
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>>1132605
>Sweet. I always wanted to be a trendsetter.

I'm starting to suspect these brands are trolling pedalroom or wherever you're posting your shit. I can't tell if Tarck is 5+ years early to every tend, or actually defining the course of the bike industry
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>>1132813
This is bitchin' man. I really dig it. Idk if this would ruin the retro/ classicness, but if it were mine, I'd replace some of the chrome, parts, with black parts. Seat post, handlebars, but not super wide modern bars.
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>>1132384
>FRYING PIGEONU
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I did a little bikepacking trip to Canada over Thanksgiving.
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>>1132712
honestly yeah, they probably are, its free easily accessible data on what actual end users like
i wouldn't be surprised if there are even people paid to lurk here from time to time
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>>1132813
wrap those barends with some tape, it makes them super comfy and they don't make your hands cold
looks like a pretty dope winter bike, quality taste in pedals too
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>>1132845
thanks doc
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>>1132614
anon, your splash guard is touching your back wheel.

pic related is my new bike to replace my old bike that got stolen because I was retarded and used a cable lock. I now have a Abus 410 so I think I should be good, but I want to get even more locks so I never have to feel that feeling again.
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>>1132845
Keep it that way, the rim being painted/ plastidipped looked like shit. It's still ugly, but not offensively so.
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>>1132949
Too late lad, I've stripped it to bare aluminum and am painting the fork yellow and black checkers this weekend. Replacing Eva001 for a P51
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>>1132898
>i wouldn't be surprised if there are even people paid to lurk here from time to time
Considering everyone I've ever spoken to about 4chan thinks it's all one board (guess which) I don't think that's likely. But coolhunters are differently a thing in many industries.

I personally think the presence of "road plus" is more than anything an industry reaction to the steadily rising popularity of Jan Heine's publication that has been championing 650B french randonneurs for a very long time. Only you can't just present old French touring bicycles to a market that's been conditioned for decades to desire racing technology; so you rebrand it as a conversion option for full-carbon CX bikes and roll it into the tail end of the Gravel Grinder campaign.

Just a thought.
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My fleet, all steel. Steel is real!
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>>1132614
Ho-ho-ho my man!
>>1132370
God I love those early 2010s TCRs
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>>1132981
you absolute madman, post pics when done
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>>1133002
>market that's been conditioned for decades to desire racing technology
i think you're right about that, the mid to high end bicycle market has been built around racing for so long that selling anything else becomes tricky
i think the rise of stuff like gravel has partly come from a desire to sell slightly more practical, larger tire less aggressive geo road bikes
they couldn't just say, "hey this would make a good commuter and is fairly practical" because that doesn't help justify full carbon and ultegra
instead they came up with and promoted a new category of racing where bikes targeted at that racing would be what they wanted to sell in the first place
i think advertising in the form of "grassroots" movements is going to become more prevalent as we go forward, traditional picture + text ads are dead
i see a future where people who can make themselves seem cool are inserted with stealth into any sort of hobby's most influential subgroups
these people will go beyond just being coolhunters, they will be coolmakers, capable of reshaping a market from the inside out
they might not even know that this is their job, maybe they are just following what looks like a trend made by another coolmaker
or maybe they will be reprogrammed using a splinter personality crafted by subliminal messaging and enhanced by psychiatric medicine
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>>1133020
nice, why all so similar though?
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>>1133043
>they will be reprogrammed using a splinter personality crafted by subliminal messaging and enhanced by psychiatric medicine
the Manchurian marketer. Instead of unknowingly assassinating candidates, he unknowingly sells bikes and bike products.
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>>1133043

Too woke. This practice is becoming increasingly popular.. I wonder how much money Prolly makes, and who pays...

You gotta hand it to Benedict for mostly hyping Crust instead of going all out promoting the AWOL or something like that. I haven't followed him closely but I bet some much bigger brands we interested in doing a Romanceur with him
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>>1133043
>i see a future where people who can make themselves seem cool are inserted with stealth into any sort of hobby's most influential subgroups
In the case of Jon Prolly, he was just doing what he enjoyed and after his blog had garnered enough of a following, companies began sending him products to review.
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>>1133043
Punctuation is your friend
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>>1133044
Bcause I love the lines of vintage road bikes. I also love steel bikes. These all came to me as frame and forks and i've built them up by getting parts slowly but surly. they are all so different rides. I love them all.
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>>1133043
This. If you can get 50,000 social media followers, then you can get paid
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>>1133065
>You gotta hand it to Benedict for mostly hyping Crust instead of going all out promoting the AWOL or something like that.

I mean, he *did* post a bit about the Sequoia... but that might be because the Sequoia designer is Poppi's kind of dude.

And I think you have it the other way 'round - he hypes Crust because Crust builds the bikes he asks them to build. Can you imagine Spesh making a special 67cm wide dropbar just for a dude on Instagram?

He also hypes Crust because, y'know, thats where he lives and he rides with those folks all summer long.

>>1133070
Yeah, and Prolly's been blogging for over a decade at this point. Turns out, when you do something for 10 years straight and are pretty dang good at it, people notice.
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>>1132930
ouch, sucks to hear that. At least you got a new bike and ulock now? It'll be interesting to see how that bike evolves throughout pybts. My rear fender looks like it's touching the tire but there's a small gap, like a millimeters.

>>1133028
Comfy tree friend, I like the cardinal smack dab in the middle.
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>>1133183
>It'll be interesting to see how that bike evolves throughout pybts
Thanks, I stuck some more retroreflectors and front + back lights on it today. I'm interested to see what I can come up with to evolve it as well.
>My rear fender looks like it's touching the tire but there's a small gap, like a millimeters.
Does that change with the seasons? In summer, is it an even smaller gap because the metal and rubber expands in heat? Or does it not expand enough to make a difference?
I'm concerned that I won't be able to put a front fender on my bike. I don't just want a mudguard, but would prefer an actual wrap-around fender. However, there's less than a centimeter of clearance between my fork and my 27.5"x2.2" tires.
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>>1133185
It doesn't change because of temperature, I just like it really close. During the better seasons I remove my fenders. Our winters here suck so it's almost a requirement for winter riding.

>I don't just want a mudguard, but would prefer an actual wrap-around fender. However, there's less than a centimeter of clearance between my fork and my 27.5"x2.2" tires.
Check out some fenders that mount on the lower fork. Pic related is overpriced for what it is and hit/miss styling but I'm sure if you look around you can find other better priced fenders that mount to the lower part of the fork.
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>>1133185
>I don't just want a mudguard, but would prefer an actual wrap-around fender
>mountain bike

hmm
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Rate my winter beater
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>>1132663
Thats the one. How you finding the new layout there?
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>>1133412
Disposable/10

Looks like a pretty good beater in that it's a cheap bike that you can thrash and not be bothered if it rusts. I would add proper fenders though, a good set of fenders is a worthwhile purchase because you can always transfer them to whatever your next beater bike is.
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Hoping the salt won't fuck me up this winter.
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>>1133663
It will
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>>1132614
Is there ever a case of all black not making a bike look good?
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This is my fast commuter / shitty British roads / winter bike. Its heavy as fuck but I love the shit out of it. Added helmet for some reason.

I have a lighter and faster "nice weather" Trek too but no photo.
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>>1133739

Durrrrr
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>>1133698
every single one?
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>>1131096
>>1131059
How good is that saddle? Looks comfy. Would it.be out of place on a carbon road bike?
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>>1133773
>B-67
>on a garbon road bike

That is very much an upright short-distance city saddle, anon. It is very comfy, but utterly unsuited for how your bike would ride. If you want a Brooks for a road bike, get the B17.
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>>1133773
>>1133782
>B17 on a garbon road bike
If said bike has any sort of saddle-to-bar drop, you're much better off with a narrower saddle like the Team Professional, Swift, or Swallow.

The B17 works best for bikes where the bars are level with or above the saddle.
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>>1133426
Honestly, it seems pretty stupid to me not to have some sort of barrier instead of those bricks between the road and sidewalk.. maybe I'm still too used to european driving
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>>1132813
Mirin dat bike.

Great looking.
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>>1133874
Why would you need a barrier on a single lane road? Do you have a barrier between the path and road outside your house?
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>>1133874
Bit that I think it pretty stupid is that the bike lane swaps from one side of the road to the other without any real ways to cross if the road is busy.
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>>1133969
I don't actually have a bike up here so did not know about that. It's a shame the biking infrastrutcture is pretty much inexistent around uni/city centre as I bet a lot more people would consider it if they weren't being passed by lorries in the middle of town..

>>1133964
That road comes out of the city so supposedly people will be more likely to speed; again this is coming from how it is back home. The few times I've been walking up there it just *feels* weird to me
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>>1134035
It's not unusual, generally the roads that require barriers (multilane high speed) don't have paths running alongside them. Even most of the dual carriageways I've seen (two lanes each direction) that have paths next to them don't have barriers except to separate each direction of traffic. Barriers on the outside edges of roads tend to be on motorways (3 lanes or more each direction and 70mph) but that's to stop people going off the side and into trees and fields.
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>>1134035
I agree about needing more infrastructure around those roads. What do you think of "The Bus Gate"? I have used it a few times, since they put it there the amount of girls on sit-up-and-veg bikes swerving back an forth across the whole road not paying attention has gone up but not increased that much for other types of cyclists.
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>>1134116
>the amount of girls on sit-up-and-veg bikes swerving back an forth across the whole road
Honestly best girls. You can't possibly be complaining about more qts on bikes
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>>1134037
Oh yeah I am only surprised there are no barriers as there is a sidewalk on both sides of the road.. back home, path/bike-ways are either completely separated or at least have a barrier between the cars.

>>1134116
You mean by the uni? I think I can't get anyone to drive me to mcdonalds anymore as it takes 15 minutes to go around, so probably a good thing desu
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>>1134233
Where you from? Sounds like a place with either terrible drivers or inattentive/suicidal pedestrians.
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>>1134117
they would be the best girls if they could ride in a straight line at more than 5mph
as it is they can barely stay upright, and you can't pass them because they swerve randomly
>>1134278
>Sounds like a place with either terrible drivers or inattentive/suicidal pedestrians.
you just described every place i've ever been
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>>1131958
This just keeps getting better and better. Is dynamo lighting not fucking life changing?
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just got some new wheels (Kinlin XR31T) and tubeless tyres, excited to try them tomorrorw if it's not too frosty...
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>>1134699
>Is dynamo lighting not fucking life changing?

I'm forced to ride only at night now that I have too many kids. Can you give me you favorite, dependable disc dynamo? I want something that has a 99% chance of lasting 5 years
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>>1133042
I still need to paint black checkers on the fork but I’ll probably ride around like this for awhile.
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R8
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>>1135644
that looks really cool
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>>1135317
A Shimano 3N72 has been working fine for me since 2014, they make disc compatible dyno hubs too but I'm not sure the product number. Schmidts are supposedly better and the price reflects that, they also offer disc compatible models as well.
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>>1135644
Raw aluminium is hideous
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>>1135644
I like how you started on the stem and then were like "eh... nevermind."
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>>1135814
>Shimano Dynamo Hub
This. There are fancier options (a Schmidt will cost 3x as much) but this one is definitely a tried and true workhorse. Only downside for some people is that the rotor interface is centerlock only.
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>>1135849
I’m going to finish it, I’m just a little sick of grinding. I also still have to touch up the entire frame and then polish it
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>>1135780
Is it a "normal" hardtail or a trials bike?
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>>1135848
It's pretty nice if it gets polished up.
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>>1136124
it's a dj bike, but i use it everyday for a short commuter and in my free time to ride a pump track
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>>1135644
10/10 you did pretty good
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>>1135644
Much better than before. I think raw/satinized aluminum like Specialized has on some of their Allez's looks sweet.
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>>1136124
what about that looks like a trials bike? lol
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>>1136193
I got the names of the bmx type and the mtb type mixed up or something
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out of comission for now, i need to replace the whole back wheel and make it a SS
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>>1135814
3D72 & 3D80
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>>1134288
complaining about qts

massive fag
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93 Trek 930
RSX brifters and cross levers
Tektro 710 Cantis
2x8 original drivetrain
Salsa Bell Lap bar
Salsa front rack and Jandd expedition bags
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>>1137480
Hello. Am thinking of drop bars as well.
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>>1137481
Lovely paintjob
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I got this for 200 dolars from a friend. Good deal? I like the suspension, it's comfy
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>>1137517
That shit is probably $100 new at walmart
Nice friend you got there
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>>1137517
Assuming this isn't bait, you fucked up because that thing is a piece of shit.

Shit frame, shit suspension, shit shifters, brakes, wheels, crank, saddle, derailleurs, and pedals.

Shit, in every conceivable way.
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>>1137480
If by "2x8 original drivetrain" you mean "someone removed the granny ring from the triple", sure.

Anyway, extra comfy. Looks like a fun bike.
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>>1137480
front rack looks an awful lot like a Surly Nice
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>>1137517
gr8b8m8
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>>1137480
>2x8 original drivetrain
What's the gearing in the front? I've recently developed an appreciation for old 94BCD 5-bolt cranks because you can run a luxurious 46x30 double.
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>>1137563
Yeah, removed the granny ring. Everything’s original except that. Wish I had 3x8 brifters instead
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>>1137688
Surly not salsa. Sorry.
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>>1137803
>Wish I had 3x8 brifters
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Since my last post
>Proper reverse (technically cross) brakes
>Index
>Rack
>Shitty fenders (it started raining here finally but just barely)
>Clipless
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>>1137891
Big respect. affordable,v dependable, diy

I'd consider mini V's if I was rain riding a lot, but I never was good at setting up cantilevers
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>>1137895
Oh shit,I didn't zoom in enough...
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>>1137895
Cheers. I might change the back pads to Kool stops as well before the rain really starts

>>1137896
?
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>>1137902
I wrote both of those. I suggested mini v but those look like rollercam to me... Not an option

I've heard u brakes work with rollercam posts but why replaced something that cool...
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Got it all back together and took it on a ride today. Fuckin' sweet.
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>>1138562
Gorgeous
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>>1137891
This looks like the type of bike you'd put on a reflective vest to ride.
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>>1138562
It's fucking hideous.

Nothing personnel, just looks like shit.
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>>1138590
I don't like the bars or tape. The rest is fine but something off about the seatost idk what. Need to talk to some velominati guys for a fix
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>>1138562
Nice setup. Only recommendations are to color-match the bar wrap & saddle, and to get a nice Deda Elementi Murex stem
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Merry Christmas/n/.,
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>>1138562
fucking sweet mate
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>>1138616
merry christmas Bacon, i love you man
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>>1138616
Merry Christmas to you, Bacon.
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>>1138563
>>1138590
>>1138606
>>1138614
>>1138651
Thanks. If I wasn't planning on selling the bike I would definitely get a period correct white saddle, a Cinelli stem and some traditional drop bars! It's definitely not the best Colnago paint job (I'm mainly not a fan of the yellow highlights around the headtube lugs) but it's still pretty special, especially compared to pretty much all modern bikes.
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>>1138706
Yeah, she'd be a beauty without the shitty paint.
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>>1138709
Not Colnanon, but do fuck off.
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i feel like my chain says "expensive bike, steal me"

ive had a couple sketchy people be like "ph thats a nice bike, huh, you just keep the paint shitty so no one will steal it, huh?"
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>>1138723
>>1138724
Ratastic!
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a year later and this tireboot is still holding up. i bought like 5 microknobbies right before they stopped selling them. this is my last one and its almost balding.

im thinking of dropping $100 on some litewate maxxis tires but i dont know if the sidewalls will hold up to grinds, it says they are rated for "light street"
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under 65inches
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>>1138709
>>1138706

Colnago paint fucking rules, actually. Beta males seem to find it too garish... but we all know why. They couldn't get away with it, but real riders look great on them
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>>1138616

Merry Christmas!
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>>1138722
>>1138732
It's not garish, just tacky as fuck. Reminds me of an early website or a Peter Popoff leaflet. There's like 6 different colours all mushed together and none of them go well together, that shitty font (what the fuck is that even meant to say on the top tube?), that awful last century fade, the inconsistency, that "steel is real" stamp.

Respray it straight blue (keep the chrome stays) and it'd look ten times better, who gives a fuck if they can't tell what brand it is?
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>>1138736
Please leave
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>>1138728
>how to look like a bum
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>>1138736
It's ok that you don't know enough about bikes yet to know why it's great.
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>>1138725
Tweakers love BMX.
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My beater.
Merry Christmas /n/
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First white Christmas in 15 years.
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>>1138778

You should swap those Botranger tires for schwobble.
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>>1138760
I don't care how great it may be (not very), it still looks like shit.
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>>1138778
>>1138778
Surprised how sexy 1x hybrid looks. Also that sfw purple blue snow

Flip the stem
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>>1138815
Am I sexy?

That Trek does look quite nice (except for the stem as you mentioned), surprised to see internal routing on a hybrid. Shame it's not full though.
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>>1138820
No
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>>1138820

>inboard bar ends

pig fucking disgusting
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>>1138820
I've seen you post this bike, respectable hybrid. I have a love for hacked, cheaper bikes, which is what I like about the trek so much
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>>1138820

I thin you could really sex up this Boardman with a Jones bar, fat tires, and fenders

Converting to 650b would be great too but much $$_
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>>1138757
well i was travelling via backpack for 6weeks and wasnt gonna also carry around a fucking bike luggage box
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>>1138616
merry christmas, bacon
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>>1138821
oh :'(

>>1138822
Would you rather they were on the outside? It's more comfortable and aero this way and still gives access to the brakes and shifter.

>>1138823
It actually should've been much more expensive than it was, like £600 instead of £300 (I don't remember exactly). It is a bit hacky though.

>>1138826
I have considered something like a Jones bar but I like the way the brakes and shifter work currently, I can use them with my pinky and ring fingers whilst on the horns. Maximum tyre clearance is only about 40mm but I will go wider than the current 28mm next time around, probably get some fenders too.
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>>1138706
>planning on selling the bike
er what?
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>>1138838
You'll probably really like wider tires. I known it's a meme here but 35mm marathon Supremes are amazing if your rims are wide enough. I think 40mm is overkill and the weight becomes a factor

There are these bars, a more extreme version of your setup
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And here's a More illustrative example of a Jones bar... I really want one... Wrap the entire inner circle seems very comfy for a touring bike
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>>1138924
I'll probably go 32/35, the rims are quite narrow (I think 19mm internal, looks about right compared to the width of the tyre). If my bars were that wide I'd be taking out wing mirrors daily

>>1138926
Pretty sure I've seen some where the inner part has a gap in the middle (so like two horns pointed inwards), with those you'd be able to slide on some foam grips. You could also possibly put brake levers or shifters on there.
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>>1138616
merry bacon
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>>1138814
>having opinions this wrong
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>>1138929
I've run 45mm wide tires on 19mm internal-width rims. No problem.

A 35mm tire will fit just fine, and it'll be super comfy, too.
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thinking about taking off most of the extra decals.
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>>1139883

looks busy with the decals but also pro at the same time?
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>>1139883
I like the decals a lot. Maybe tweak something else before you do it

Matching bar/saddle colors maybe?
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>>1139883
I swear I've seen that art before. Do you post on one of the art boards?
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>>1139887
my dads last competition bike.
>>1139890
yes, orange or red or black?
>>1139891
my room mate made the art and he posts on 4chan.
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Just finally got to ride this thing. What a freakin' blast. Plus tires just float over everything and the air fork (my first) is just too much fun Hydro brakes are my shiz as well.
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>>1139891
>>1139894
hi am room mate; I don't think I've ever posted my stuff on any of the art boards tho

not on 4chan anyway

if someone has then feel free to point me in their general direction
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Late 80's Univega Alpina Sport
>triple butted chromoly (welded)
>Shimano Deore drivetrain
>U-brake in the rear
>roadtires.meme
>Suntour XC hubs
Comfy/10 ride desu
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>>1139883
go for it, dude. all that shit is distracting.
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>>1139944
he's been working on it; cursing himself every step of the way
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>>1139945
no joke i really have been cursing.
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>>1139950
you got the worst of it. that PIMP thing bothers me still, though.
clean job.
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>>1139950
Nice. Now it looks like the boring bike you always wanted. Very Buddha of you
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>>1139903
Beautiful
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>>1139952
>>1139954
my other bike is the sexy one, so who cares.
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>>1139957
Is that chrome or high polish aluminum? Looks great
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>>1139959
chrome steel
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>>1139962
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>>1139962
Is that a slightly older spark? I was looking round my not quite-LBS and they had last year's 750 model with a decent discount, the rear shock goes down instead of up if that makes any sense?

Do you like the bike? I was kind of thinking about starting out mtb with a hardtail.
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>>1139994
Nice
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>>1139991
the scott spark is one of the greatest bikes ive been on. mine is real old 2008, but i have ridden many years including last year.
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>>1139991
shock going down is going to feel way different
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>>1140048
china spark is best spark
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>>1139902
Honestly I might have seen these on Twitter. There is an art board here but I don't remember the name

>>1139896
What's your take on hydro brakes
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Finally got it dialed in.
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>>1140076
Full sus drops !!! Yes
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>>1140076
What bike is it?
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>>1140076
What size tires? If 700c, are you like, 6'5"
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>>1140076
Rad bike but fucking hell that red looks so bad
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>>1140076

>pink bike
>red forks
>red decals
>green chainset
>mismatched black and silver components

Nigga you were so close.
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>>1140090
I like the red. I'm wondering why /n/ likes this bike but mocked my full sus drop conversion thread. This is bullshit you guys
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>>1140097
There were only one or two anons giving you grief in that thread, but it was a lot of grief. Most of /n/ won’t spend 12 hours trying to tell you you’re wrong
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>>1140099
>Most of /n/ won’t spend 12 hours trying to tell you you’re wrong
that's where you're wrong buddy
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>>1140069
Hydros are awesome, however, my bottom of the barrel Sram Levels did fade due to heat at the end of a 12 mile all mountain ride. I will replace them with Deore XT and bigger rotors as Im a bigger rider.

The SRAM Levels out of the box are powerful as hell and love that you only need a single finger to operate.
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>>1140088
Shitty old Proflex

>>1140089
26", it's an old mountain bike

>>1140097
They're both dumb. His is perhaps less so because it's a cheap old piece of shit, your's had the potential to be a decent mountain bike.

>>1140105
Pretty much any present day hydro will be more than powerful enough for a single finger. Have a look at the SLX M675, one of the best value for money brakes and not all that different from the higher up models. There's also the M7000 if you want a generation newer, but the price isn't all that much lower than the M8000 XT.
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>>1140097
Dirt drops are legit. You were talking about doing a full-sus conversion exclusively for road use.
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>>1140090
I know. I'll probably spray the fork in the future.

>>1140090
27.5" with 1.95" tyres. yes, I'm 6'5" :)

>>1140091
The work is never over mate :)
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>>1132384
nice, what is this type of bike called, with rear seat thing.?
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>>1140103 saved
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>>1140076

Awesome

1. How did you paint it?
2. Did you refurb the suspension?
3. Would you recommend a proflex?
4. How does it ride?
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>>1140156
1. With paint
2. Like it matters
3. Is that a serious question? Fuck no
4. Like shit
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>>1140157
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>>1140097
that was low effort trolling
>>1140076
this guy has put some serious effort skill and money into his shitposting, he deserves some respect.
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>>1140156
1. Its powder coated

2. Kind of. The original elastomers were long gone when I got the frame, so I replaced it with a titanium spring from china.

3. In comparison to what? Current frames - hell no. But as a toy project, sure, why not. Its heavy, but fun. The only annoyance as of yet is the lack of damping on the rear.

4. As you would expect from a tall/short bike. It feels like a CX bike with a bit of suspension and knobby tires. Its agile but sketchy on steep stuff.
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>>1140189
Thanks Anon. Coolest bike I've seen here this year, and they're been a lot of cool stuff posted
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>>1140175
>this guy has put some serious effort skill and money into his shitposting, he deserves some respect.

I'm fucking dying X'D
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>>1140133
>SLX M675
I have been eyeing the m7000 SLX and the M8000 XT. Just trying to find an online retailer doing a sale on them. What could I expect to get front and rear calipers with rotors? under 200?
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>>1140212
Current CRC pricing is $175 for the M7000 and nearly $220 for the M8000 and then you're gonna want to spend at least $25 per rotor. Then if you don't already have adapters (as you're changing rotor size) you're looking at another $10 or so per end for those.
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>>1140215
That is a bit pricey. I might buy a 200m rotor for the front, and swap my current front rotor (a 180) to the back with fresh metallic pads. Yay?
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>>1140218
I've always gone for the same size front and rear. Keeps modulation similar, same heat absorbing capacity, and I figure if I ever manage to bust my front rotor I can swap the rear one to the front and run one of my shitty ones out back until I get a new one. That's if the frame has clearance of course.
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Been loving my ride to and from work.
Would never buy this bike at retail though.
>sorry plebs
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>>1140334
Damn, that looks like a nice bike!
How does it ride?
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>>1140339
It's comfy and stable, this morning was my first time riding it since switching from friction bar end levers to indexed DT shifters, changing tires from awful Schwalbe HS159s to Paselas, and going from a 3x9 to 2x8 drivetrain. The brake levers are also new, they're ugly in my opinion but they're comfortable. I didn't go far in case I was getting careless when I finished up around midnight, but I really like it so far.
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>>1140334
Nice bike! But man, that half-assed dynamo routing really kills my boner.
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>>1140091
>mismatched black and silver components
what did he mean by this?
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>>1140347
I'm curious to know if there is a specific publicly known brand/model that this image was based on. I tracked down the oem which is Hangzhou Guanhao.

It's a steel folding bike.
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>>1140343
I didn’t know what full-assed wire routing was when I did it, and honestly I still don’t. It just werks though.
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Dayum, 3 years ago.
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>>1140340
The bike is really cool. Agree on the levers desu but they aren't bad. I'm torn between the standard Shimano and standard tektro options. Shimano alloy bodies feel amazing when operated, but tektro is more ergocomfy
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this one was my bike like 3 years ago. I think it looked really cool then.

thougts?
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just got home from a rainy ride with a windchill of -4c wearing jeans

never again

and yes I know, my bike's a bit of a monstrosity and I need to fix the fenders
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>>1140334
i fucking love old bridgestones, nice
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>>1140384
nice frame, one of the best looking white/black colorschemes i've seen
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>>1140334
crystal clean
no caffeine
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>>1140396
it's a really cool-looking frame. The pursuit bars and the brake levers look out-of-place on it, though. Also, the saddle height makes it look like it didn't fit you
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hey /n/
does anyone know a thing or two about the insides of shifters because I lost a piece in one of mine, this is the other shifter, what I'm looking for is the washer.
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>>1140449
shit, fucking opera, sorry.>>1140449
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>>1140424
You're right. That was my first bike and all the pieces was been purchased apart and second handed (I think I never bought anything new except for the tires, inner tube, and that kind of stuff).
But it was insanely fun to ride and see, other than that, it tooks me to the job.

Thanks for the reply, I was really excited then and now I just wanted to know your opinion in my old bike.
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>>1140449
this browser is retarded, sorry
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>>1132532
OK.

Im loving this bike fo dirt trails. Hoping to upgrade rear suspension and wheel very soon.
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>>1139994
That's super cool. Seat looks a little far back for that seatpost, might wanna get one with more setback.
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>>1140820
Thanks. That would definitely look better. Right now it's like a suspension system, lol
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>>1131239
>>1131162
About as jelly as I've ever been in a pybt thread. Great bike, great place, and surely a very great ride.
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>>1133020
Is that one in the middle a Maruishi?
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>>1137480
I would ride the fuck out of that bike
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>>1138820
Nice flat bar road bike
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>>1138562
holy fuck m8
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>>1138820
when someone posts wrong opinions this is who i imagine it is
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>>1140941
It's always Boardman-kun shitposting from atop his FBR.
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>>1136454
>>1136136
What's the point of even having a seat? the only way you'd be able to sit on it is if you didn't have legs.
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>>1142596
see this >>1135780
i only use the seat like that when i'm going to a pump track were i hit jumps, and i dont wanna get my ball sack hitted by a high seat
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