Not a purple fan personally. Well not in such large quantities anyway. I do like that greeny brown though.
Get a bag with two zipped compartments (horizontal divider).
Easier to organise stuff, easier to get stuff out when you're riding along or in a rush.
Zip failure doesn't happen if you use a chunky decent waterproof one.
Thanks. My framebag will not be exactly the same as the one in my Photoshop collage.
I am letting the design be up to @jaeyukdapbap
He is the designer and knows what to do.
Is the unnamed color brown or green?
(Genuine question from a colorblind)
It is called brown. But it does look a bit greeny.
Yes to purple, no to gumwalls
I have finally found some time to build up my disc grav grav rando thing.
I am just some bar tape and a long M6 bolt for the dynamo light away from completing this and riding it.
Very nice! New workshop in the old country?
Matching painted stem looks great. What stem did you use for this please?
A ti nitride chain would absolutely be right here.
I'm not sold on the rotor's, bit too lairy for such a classy build, I'd have gone with something more classic looking like sugs/stronglight et al. Apart from that it's stunning!
No, I am just saving the Max top tube from dents until I get bar tape mounted.
Yes. I shall make a little tour and take some photos when I have a bit more time.
3T Arx Team I think it is.
Yes but too much ££
Thanks. But Rotors are the absolute best cranks out there for me as I can run them on Shimano hollowtec 24mm BBs, they are 110bcd and less curvy than anything else I can afford.
If I can find some one to do a black ano for me I might go for that.
I wish they were White Industries cranks. But they are not :(
Been watching these for a while. Red would be clashy though
Steve at Acorn Plating. Stripped and clear anodised my hubs and cranks for the Swarf. Very reasonable price and knows what he's doing with bike parts.
Yeh the WI stuff looks the shit, but with a price tag to match. I reckon the SPA own brand stuff is super good value but not overly special looking. Black ano on the rotors would fix the laity-ness.
There's definitely a gap in the market for a plain looking HT2 compatible crank that takes standard 110 5 bolt chainrings (without looking daft like the sculpted Shimano stuff), doesn't weigh a tonne or cost the earth.
aiii caramba! your bike is hooott!! (not real temperature but you got that!)
+1 for sharpie in the logos
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