hi! i´new here , i´m converting an old road bike in a singlespeed , its an orbea , to move around the town .
the first changes have been the wheels , i bought a 50 mm second hand ones for 50€ , and i started to dissasembly all the parts , the fork also i have bought because as show in the picture its blended :
i have bought this vitus straight fork , it weights 530gr, the old was 870gr :
some spare parts are coming :
tryvativ handlebar, 170 gr uncut , and for 5€
looks cool; you going to paint it too?
That frame looks crashed.
Have you got a side on photo from about the same height as the bike?
^ I was thinking the same
That plus that fork =
i´ll sand it a little and repaint in the same color .
i checked it and it seems ok, I'll take a photo when I pick it up from the store, and i´ll ask for it to the shop guy .
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