Just finished building my Burls comfy road bike, still needs some tweaking, lower the bars and chop the steerer etc. (also need to deal with the weeds!) Couple of flavours with road wheels and 'gravel' wheels.
Very cool & smooth!
I gave my Hallett a pre-season polish the other week. Always nice when people ask whether your 5 year old bike that spends most of it's time getting bashed about in a communal container is new.
.... 56 .... ! ! Blimey ....
Enables me to run a 16t at track league for maximum smoothness. I need all the help I can get racing against the fast kids on carbon aero bikes!
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My Equilibrium 931 Disc. Found it last year on Pinkbike for 1k and brought to Poland. Previous owner stripped the paint from the frame (only model decals etc left), so wonderful and classy look. Just switched the wheels to my own that I previously had on Pickenflick. This spring is unusually cold and rainy so still in the bad weather mode, soon going to take the mudguards off and mount the gumwall Veloflexes I found cheap at Merlin when buying it.
All in all, this is going to be my bike for a lifetime, with RWS thrubolt skewers I don't miss lack of TA and the only upgrade I plan at some point is a Di2 groupset (frame is fully compatible for internal Di2 routing).
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