yeah I like the PDW ones, but unsure which size. the 700x30 might not give enough clearance (increase risk of rub) but the 700x37 might be huge and need bending/modification to fit in the frame? idk - i need to measure the frame i guess
i've got PDW ones on mine - they work a treat, with 28m tyres. I'm using the black on black 37mm.
great - and you didnt have to modify the guards in any way? sound like them or velo orange are the ones to go for
Nope, will send you a pic when I can find one but nothing like that
Here you go, this is the one I was after...
awesome. will grab a set of those - thanks :-)
I've puts some VO just fit my fork. Also 23mm tyre on 19mm rim give a 25mm width tyre. So 25mm seem to come up at 28mm and the max width on them is 30mm. Make sure you measure everything in advance.
Finally got my Strael 3.0 out to Valencia and I’m loving it. So smooth on the farm roads and paths around here.
I know some here are lucky enough to have it as a winter bike but this is replacing a 2015 Synapse 105 as my weekend bike, and I can’t believe how much of a step up it is. I can’t help but go faster.
I know some people like a Synapse but when I rented one I thought it was horrible. I can only imagine how much nicer this is to ride! Easily worthy of being a Sunday best 😎
little after work ride with mudguards on - need to chop the rear stays and tweak the fitting of the front a bit but overall works well :-)
nice bike @beseku !
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