Some, kinda ugly, cheap enough to use as daily driver Vittoria carbon clinchers were the last major piece of the puzzle to start building this. 30mm Rubino pros to go on them. I tried my 33mm Jack Browns and they fitted with reasonable clearance but thought I should give myself a little more wiggle room.
Finishing kit mostly came from the parts bin - currently a Thomson inline post, I think that came from the Cotic too, with a Bontrager carbon railed saddle, one of the few parts I kept when i sold the Trek.
An old Genesis 120mm stem I used on the Trek for dialling my fit is a place holder, I need to check fit on this as I was sure this would work but I've flipped it to +6 degrees for now. Not as aesthetically pleasing as the -10 degree I had on there while I was putting it together... I've bought a steel stem from eBay to try, it's advertised as 25.8mm clamp so hoping it's actually 26.0. I've Nitto Noodles I have been wanting to try for ages and that would mean no shims.
Utegra rotors, not sure if these will stay long term bit they're fine with these wheels. Might need something a bit more trad looking.
I eventually got fed up the other night when I went to finish putting it together and still didn't have all the small parts I need so dropped it off at the shop this morning. I'm much less motivated to do my own spannering with a toddler in the house and work being a bit hectic at the moment.