The new alu cross I built didn't shift well either as I was running a 11-34 on a Apex medium reach rear mech.
I swapped for a GX long reach and made a barrel adjuster for it.
Fork steerer extension
I like this guy
Good mmm, or not so sure mmm?
Very happy Friday I love my bike kind of mmmm
Good stuff. I don't know if you plan to paint it but a polish and linseed oil job would look ace on this.
It needs paint. It is my very first fillets. I can't look at them ;)
Kona looks ace!
@JesperXT may I have some details on the fork? 100 mm travel?
A bit crude and not my normal standard of fit ups. But it is just a kickstand and my mill isn't working yet.
Makes me want another orange bike
It's a RockShox Tora. Pretty sure it's 100 mm travel, but I can't remember the exact specs. Some of Hulsroys henchmen are going to deliver it Tuesday and I can give a bit more details then.
Agree. It is such a nice colour.
Still no actual camera og sunshine.
But it is fun to ride
As a german, the Challenge Tire-model`s name made me laugh 10 minutes...
I have acquired some components for the cargo bike. Originally I was hoping to use some X9 stuff but my one extra trigger broke and the rear mech was missing parts.
I am really uncertain whether I should braze on cable stops for the front mech or not. I am thinking I should be able to get up most things on tarmac loaded with 36T / 11-38T.
You might as well, I'd think.
Have you heard of 11 speed? Its crazy man, they make like "wide range" cassettes now.
Too much money for casettes and mechs.
I went up a bridge with two kids in trailer today, I'm weak but was happy that there was a granny gear courtesy of my front mech. #anecdotalevidence
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