Anyone got one of these on a PDW? https://isenworkshop.com/product/isen-workshop-mudguard-light-mount/
Does the light beam bounce around?
Ahhh. Did you find anything suitable in the end?
@Saffronspokes are you using a special from-the-back mount on that fork to hold the dynamo light? Or does that fork have a front hole? I remember you were looking for a mount a while back...
There's a 50% off code at superstar on wheelsets atm.
A variety of rims built on their own hubs, which are pretty solid and no fancy propriety spokes. I've had the ARC v6 for a couple of years (including using them offroad) and they've been fine. I think they're rebadged kinlin rims.
You could even get the Element V6 mtb wheels if you wanted something sturdier... https://www.superstarcomponents.com/en/element-v6-wheelset-uk-made-hubs.htm. The gf has the 650b version on her mtb and they've been solid for xc. (caveat: We're lightweights)
Yep, so you need the grx front mech. Shifter doesn't matter.
Shifter is a old RS685 + a GRX 810 front mech. Supposedly I could've got away with using the 105 front mech we had but didn't want the hassle.
I thought the crankset + front mech had to be grx, the rest didn't matter?
They'll probably do one without mount holes (I think i've seen it on the ridinggravel forum thread).
On the flip side, they added a front light hole and dynamo routing to my fork. It was $10 extra.
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