Definitely need to be patient and methodical.
VO mudguards use the same eyelet bolt stay attachement but have the advantage of coming pre-drilled.
Two bolts helps prevent rotation and tail wagging in the mudguard.
Poor Winston has had enough work on this bike already.
With the 32mm tyres the position of the pump peg on the NDS seatstay means that the pump touches the tyre.
Silca sits okay on top tube just not perfect.
Haha. WI chainset maybe someday. But like $520 is kind of expensive. Plus another $100 for the BB
The silca pump doesn't fit between the NDS pump pegs and the brake cable bosses on the TT interfere with the pump there :)
DBAD lives on.
I have a carbon 3T Zero25 Team in stealth black if you looking for something on the fancier side. Allows zero and 25mm of setback by flipping the plates.
Perhaps a bit fancy if just test fitting.
Yeah, supposed to be better quality all around compared to Kinlin (which are already quite good). Comparable to the HED and Easton Alloy rims.
Having spoken to @broken_777, Arkane does offer Kinlin rims, but I understand their own branded rims are not-kinlin.
I love my zojirushi too. I have a 3 cup model and love it.
I have a 6L instant pot for quickly slow cooking. I have heard they are excellent for rice and a lot faster than a rice cooker. However at 6L my instant pot is too big to make rice for two.
Best bet is to send them a message on Instagram.
I think it’s a one man workshop.
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