I was planning on doing it on a fixed road bike.
Would you say that is doable on that route? If it's dry.
I have a 7 (i think) speed wheelset. I need to find the bolts for the rear. I replaced the bearings in the front hub but it's still not super smooth.
You can have them for free. I'm in N16
Not sure how I missed this reply 3 months ago but thanks. I will definitely be looking to do this at some point now the days are longer and the weather is better.
Maybe getting disc mounts brazed onto an old MTB fork might make more sense?
Burly old school MTB forks are probably plenty strong for that.
Saw a guy on something very similar to this along Chelsea embankment this afternoon. Assume it wasn't you unless you're about 70. I know you've been posting a long time but still.
Nice!! Will PM.
A triple butted true temper Gary Fisher frame in there among a Scott aluminium frame, could probably salvage a few parts and put together something decent.
Ending soon in Washington.
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