On One Bish Bash Bosh. I repainted it as it was lime green. Not the best finish but it was only rattle cans and it has held up well.
Shredding the Putney gnar:
I have asked if they are able to do in the right blade the internal routing for the dynamo.
That would be amazing for my next project.
Let us know what you hear back, this could be intesting for future builds.
I have one from top-fire with ticks all the points but it's more like a mtb fork.
have you got a side pick of the frame? just to see how it looks the fork.
I'm not sure it's the same fork as they have on the site now anyway. And the photo is a little dark
Well, it gives an idea.
Mine is like this.
It’s a bit more “log-like” fork than yours.
Ha, looks fine
Unfortunately they don’t offer any customization of the fork.
Thus, I am looking to buy a very fucking expensive rodeo labs fork dynamo version.
Who produces the best frames? Fancy a full carbon build that I don't have to worry about too much.
How's the paint on this holding up?
No chips but its fairly scruffy now as she locks it up every day at work.
I'm not sure how happy she'll be to give up her full carbon bike but she'll hopefully be getting a steel frame made by me next year
Hmm, any chance you could take a picture? :)
Of the frame? I did paint it myself you know
Fork is still spotless though
Yes, that’s why I’m curious. Friend of mine wants a triban but hates the colourways, wondering if a rattle can job might hold up okay.
Ah sure. I've usually found rattle can jobs to hold up pretty well. Good sand/key, couple coats of primer, paint, clear. I've used Montana Gold paint the last few times and it seems quite tough. Better than the spraybike stuff in my opinion
Hong-Fu is the default on here.
Snide SMP in Spexcel cargo bibs might be peak Orient Express.
peak Orient Express
peak Orient Express
Bike needs more China Crabon
How do you find the spexcel bibs? Always been a bit tempted to get them as a backup bib. Assos ones are starting to get a bit... bum-ish.
is there an aliexpress version of Mavic bullhorns by any chance?
As in vintage lo pro mavic bullhorns?
they are great. I use them for mtb duties
yes, I'm sure it's a long shot but worth an ask
I think most business tend to make products that will sell more than one or two units. I don't think the Chinese will be making knock off 80s lo pro parts any time soon.
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