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  • i have a vgc t47 standert threaded bb for 30mm cranks, if anyone needs a spare

  • Anyone tried a Bürgmeister*In? I quite like the look of it as a commuting, pub, light gravel sort of thing.

  • That do look nice and with the 1 inch steerer you know it’ll be comfortable.

  • Does anyone know if Standert include the stack of the headset in their stack/reach figures? Anyone with a bike handy feel like measuring the actual stack of a frame so I can compare to the official figures?

  • Normally with external headsets ( even low stack ones) it’s not included. Think I’ve plugged the numbers in for a standert frame before and that was the case too

  • Excuse the huge bottle!


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  • No need to excuse yourself. That is one beautiful bike.

  • My preorder Pfadfinder reached me recently, after a bit of prodding. Happy with it thusfar.


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  • Great build! How does it handle?

  • Nice. Steep seatpost and shallower headtube you end up with a relatively aggressive position with a relatively stable front end. Feels fast enough, feels comfortable, climbs nice. Admittedly it’s not light, especially with all the bush it hanging off it, but that was never the use case.

  • Lovely… May I ask what the weight is? If you know?

  • No idea, not really relevant for me.

  • Loving this so far. So smooth.


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  • nice build!

  • Bit late on this but weighed mine recently. 8.2kg inc pedals/cages etc so not a lightweight but certainly not an anchor

  • Managed to acquire a disc groupset through all the component shortages to finally build up my kreissage disc.
    Probably going to change the bars and bartape soon, but they were all I had at the time of building it.


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  • I managed to sneak out for a little spin to the coast between coats on the woodwork. DIY nightmares!
    It was nice to ride a nice bike for a change.


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  • Nice... I kinda wish I'd pushed the button and bought one now... wasn't too sure about the new colours though.

  • I’m looking for a new frame, I’d like to run discs and di2 or EPS. Is a Kreissage worth considering? Would ideally have as light a frame as possible so wondering if full carbon is better?

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