Fairlight cycles - any opinions?

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  • 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...


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  • 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.


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  • 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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