glad we can return to phase 1
@giofox inspired dynamo lighting
I had the p20, brake track got a lot of wear after one winter and a spoke pulled through after having a straighten :(
While we're back on the subject of the Arkose finally, looking to get a replacement fork for mine, as the steerer was cut for a slammed look by previous owner, and my lower back is crying for more space under the stem, even with the +16 rise stem and Ritchey bar adding 15mm more rise. Evans don't stock these anymore, and don't know what what would be a good carbon alternative to get that will slot in without needing new bearings or anything else.
I'm not even sure you'll find them in stock either.
I put a Brother fork in @Pmccee Arkose. just needed to move the fork crown between forks, otherwise an easy job.
Your light needs a tiny ass saver
That’s a beauty of a bike
I has arkose fork for sells. just not gotten round to it yet
700x38 on mine, very happy with it based on first impressions.
10/10 would Recommend
And yes the steerer will get trimmed in due course.
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Is it just me who was unaware that gravel specific pumps are now a thing?
Can anyone recommend any 50mm+ slick 650b tyres, google doesn't come up with too many options...
Maybe a Pirelli Cinturato Gravel H is slick enough?
Schwalbe list the g one speed in 650*50c?
This is perfect
schwable g one speed will be really nice as suggested above
These are actually looking the most promising and even go up to 2.35"
too late, have already thrown out all my non-gravel oriented pumps.
In a gravel specific bin, I hope
I have this, it is better than my old track pump for seating tubeless tyres but that might just be because it’s new
Maxxis refuse gets good reviews, or there’s donnely strada USH. But I’d try the g one speed first personally. I had the allrounds and found them great
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