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  • Not sure if it's aero advantage outweighs it's fugly appearance.....

    (:

  • I'm sure it does...

  • ^ Love the paintjob on that!

    It's definitely one of a kind ;)

  • I love it! I reckon a good level side on shot, people would like it more

  • Ha, I've seen it in the flesh, it is nice indeed. Not seen it with the DA wheelset though (I don't think...)

  • PM Edscoble, he will explain that for you.

    Thank you Tom.

    Now, fixed with two brakes are greatly underrated, it's surprisingly comfortable on long ride.

    Now to mdcc on the weather.

  • (:

  • Cold with strong winds and light showers. Failed once more to get under 30:00 for 10 miles on the Pompetamine.

  • Ah, was it in lorpomode?

  • No, usual inverted North Road bars. I got under 1:15:00 for 25 on it last summer, just had some really sucky weather for the two evening 10s I've ridden this year.

  • why rear brake?

    it haz flippity flop rear hub ss/fixed. and of course, Ed makes a valid point too.

    negative HHSB points though

    what's the score? maybe I don't fully understand the HHSB concept

    it started with the saddle and toe clips I won at a track day, thought of selling those on but then I found the day-glo bartape and an old Raleigh frame. just trying to build a conversion I'm not sure I would ride myself ;-)


  • maybe not with zipps

  • I love it! I reckon a good level side on shot, people would like it more

    I will be doing photos of it again when I get the new bars.. Hopefully this weekend.

  • edit: wrong page

  • I'll have a look.
    If I'll find them, it's definately cheaper, even with P&P from NL.

    looking for just the shiny nameplates, both sides, £20+ seems ridiculous....

    anyone have a set / know where to get for cheaper?

    http://www.sjscycles.co.uk/shimano-ulteg­ra-st-6510-cover-and-name-plate-prod1780­1/?src=froogle

  • can i buy that saddle off of you please? before you make i biggest mistake ever

    HHSB coming along nicely, just black tyres and silver chain to go

  • it haz flippity flop rear hub ss/fixed. and of course, Ed makes a valid point too.

    what's the score? maybe I don't fully understand the HHSB concept

    it started with the saddle and toe clips I won at a track day, thought of selling those on but then I found the day-glo bartape and an old Raleigh frame. just trying to build a conversion I'm not sure I would ride myself ;-)

    The build look quite cool, and I like he three fluro bits, I was really just kidding about the negative points, and of course with a free wheel you need a back brake

  • SS Viking Severn Valley. not sure about build yet, but rides ok/lovely.

  • scorch, why? I was just planning a test ride on it wearing my newest darkest blue cheapo jeans, in the rain

  • Something very Sheldon about the Viking, in a good way

  • scorch, why? I was just planning a test ride on it wearing my newest darkest blue cheapo jeans, in the rain

    repped

    for this

  • Stripped and polished the risers this morning, much prefer them now to the white...

    Jury's out on the grey grips, they were only £2 (£4.50 cheaper than the black ones...)

  • Something very Sheldon about the Viking, in a good way
    Built by a cycle nut with a eagle on his head kind of way?

  • ^^Where from, i need some cheapo grips

  • @scorch - you're almost making me feel guilty, lovely machine! but I think you see the point of keeping it on my hhsb, too...

    I know there's more of them out there, I'll ask the ehvfxd guys

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