Is this your only bike?
So bloody good regardless
I'm liking the lack of electrical tape here.
why the bell in the drops?
No, I have a Stanridge road bike too. I also had my old CAAD3 MTB built up for a bit but can’t really deal with its crazy geo any more.
Best place for it in the city. Don’t have to move my hand off the hood to use it - let’s face it, if you need to ring your bell you need to be ready to brake.
Always puzzles me why people place it by the stem - you’d never do that on a flat-bar bike.
My road bike is set up the same way. Try it...
Cheers, first time doing the superglue thing. Electrical tape is involved, you just don’t see it - it’s what you glue the bar tape to so that you don’t ruin your bars.
That caad is wild!
Your bikes: WOW
Drop bar bell inspiration. The Pomp looks good in all your configurations.
Every iteration of this bike has been great. So fun to watch the journey.
You've actually got me thinking that swapping my fixed wheel to freewheel would be more fun too.
This build is the only reason I keep my Pompino of this vintage...one day..
Any updates on this?
Re read the whole thread and once again, what a mad bike.
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