you may be right..
correct, mtb / road 11 is different, either use a shiftmate or different shifter.
get a microshift thumbie or just search for a mtb drivetrain
Thanks for the input. Managed to source a cheap 11sp MTB rd.
I would like to swap my: all city macho man rim brake 56.6cm
For : surly cross check 56/58cm Frameset.
Anyone got one they’d like to swap possibly sell ?
If anyone has a 60 or 64cm Midnight Special and is around 6’3”, could you post a photo of your bike?
I’m sizing up and don’t want to end up with a crazy steerer stack.
crazy steerer stack.
crazy steerer stack.
What does it matter?
This guy is 6ft4 and rides a 64cm, plenty of photos if you scroll back a bit
Thanks. That’s exactly what I need!
Wife’s DT, stole wheels off our tandem, chain, chainrings and mudguards purchased. Will grab a rear rack and rear light soon.
Have a hope hub ready for it but trying to preserve funds so will build wheels + tyres, rotors, cassette slowly.
Sadly think she will benefit from the bars a chunk higher as in mine so we will probably get a black fork, maybe have it painted to match, probably not.
Anyone got a spare dt26 fork with long steerer or fancy a maroon one?
Hello, I am trying to find the correct bolt to fit a front mudguard to my Straggler. The set of guards did not include the bolt that goes through the fork. I think it's an M5 or M6, does anyone happen to know? Also any idea what length would be best?
Any Pacer owners managed to fit 45mm mudguards?
Edit: Fuck it. I have a hammer and a Dremel. What's the worst that can happen...
New fork painted!
Loads of room, yep 45mm guards should go in fine.
Mines got 45mm PDW’s on there, 32c paselas underneath. Occasionally need a tinker but seems to work fine & have enough clearance
I did use sheldons nut on the back of the fork & found mounting rear mudguard whilst half compressing rear brake allowed it to shift up enough to clear the wheel
Fork back from paint, need to fit the Nice rack and the Wald basket!
Wife’s birthday 25/02 so maybe a 7 weeks til baby bike ride..
Nice! Looks obscenely comfortable
Hopefully! Ultra functional is the plan
BMX seat angel is on point!
I pray to BMX seat Angel every time I install a Brooks saddle.
Here's my LHT
That is probably the most classy LHT I've ever seen.
It looks great, well done!
Thanks, altought I really can't take too much credit of the build. I bought the bike with a dent in the top tube and a worn out drivetrain, both of which are now fixed.
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