Yes and no depending on the chainring.
I don't know about the other way around but I'm using a Sram flat top 12 speed chain on 11 speed shimano and it's been ok
Easton EC70 AX. I’m not a big fan of flared bars so these will be going up for sale shortly
since we're on 11/12 speed compatibility; anyone tried running axs cranks with an 11 speed setup? Rival axs cranks seem to be a cheap way to get a subcompact setup.
I'm happier with it now after some rides and setting the seatpost and saddle.
I think I also prefer to see it with the zipp 202 wheels.
After many years of wanting one, I managed to get a Quantum Pro last year...finally got round to finishing off the build. Lovely to ride, although my back might not agree with the stem on longer rides...
My Teva inspired bike. I’ve got some Fox forks which I’m going to switch over once they’ve been painted. Ill use the Enve forks for bike packing and the Fox forks for bombing around Epping. The steerer angle is very slack so it’ll be interesting to see how it handles.
I’ve just got to get the decals printed.
Got my Mercian on the road finally recently
That is lovely! Clement Strada LGGs? I didn't know you could still get them.
Excellent. Such a shame OEMs don't make silver groupsets anymore.
What bars are they?
They are, but I bought all this stuff years ago now. Just taken me time to get it all out together.
Noodles / 177s
I swear those bars always look better in other people's pictures than on my own bike.
Very nice build:)
This looks all kinds of fun!
Looks great. and in a top colourway too!
much depth ! i bet that's fast
built this focus canti back in december with the help of many forum parts.
33mm vittorias terreno mix are great. faster than say ... gravelkings SK on tarmac, far better in the mud. I went pootling in the north london parks mud yesterday, really fun and it feels very light. perfect bike for a dirty commute.
It could use some bar tape but otherwise this is really cool
Really lovely that focus, always liked their racey geo. Never seen a cx one if I recall correctly...
unbelievably racey, i could lose a spacer but for the sake of off-road control, will leave this high stack headset cap
Exquisite, fantastic build.
a hot mess, that’s what…
Honky Tonk disk conversion?
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