Yeah that's all kinds of rad.
Bought this on a whim. Ticked a few boxes with the elevated chainstay and all.
Need to figure out what to do with it now. Considering electrification.
And very pretty!
Taking this oldy to Lyon next Friday for a tour through the Alps.
Sounds good! No bidons? ;)
Sure, need to mount the cages. Bought 2 one liter bidons today but have to go through my spares for decent cages. They're indispensible. Thinking of going east as I would like to climb Colle del Nivolet in the Aosta Valley.
Frame is a 1991 Scott Boulder. Originally came with 7 speed LX but I went for 8 speed LX icw Sugino Mighty 900 compact cranks (using a 12-25 cassette so need a 22/32/44 in the front).
Bombtrack hook ext with ekar.
Mistakenly bought 2.35s but they fit just fine, plenty of clearance.
Anyone know how to quiet down hunt freehubs?
Looks great. Better put some tape under that mudguard velcro and especially where the guards contact the seat stay bridge, if you care for the paint work. I have the same number and it's eaten the paint off of my Wolverine. I also put a zip tie on top to hold it in place, just so the bounce gets minimised.
Nice tip thanks. And ❤ the uggs
Lovely, that stem is extreme!
Thanks. It's the original, though. It's an early nineties mtb, remember. 😉
Parts bin special minus the seat post which I ordered and stuff stolen off my nice bike
The Nivolet is astounding, don't miss it
I heard...But weather predictions are bad for the Northeast of the Alps so will probably head south (Ventoux, Luberon,...).
Im building a new fixed as we speak, its an specialized allez track, it will probably be my most tarck bike i own, waiting for a few parts before its done and then i will take proper photos of the bike.
Since the frame has a cut out in the seat tube, i wanted to make the most of it and now its pretty tight 😎
That better be a hardshell for skidding
That first photo is Settle isn't it? I stayed in a holiday home in that building on the left of your shot.
Well spotted! Lovely riding around there.
New suit and boots for the Ryffranck.
RAL 6003 with a clear coat.
Hutchinson Sector TR 32mm on Kinlin XR-26T with DA hubs.
Excuse the duplicate from the Cannondale thread...
Some of my lockdown projects
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