Yeah. A couple of times. But not those specifically. My latest frame has the Surly ones and the sscx I built at Stayer Cycles has Bear Components ones.
I think you can have them. My mate wants to try shoes on before he buys so will source something local instead.
Thanks man. I waiting for his response.
My mate might be keen on those shoes.
My MTB frame is finished at the powder coaters and on it way to Denmark shortly thanks to main man @spotter
Yeah! I would never using anything but Shimano QRs
Do it :)
Needs jelly beans. Really nice. But it needs the beans
Edit: how about getting some vinyl in the right colours and cutting them with scissors? That way it is reversible if you don't fancy it
It was fine yesterday off-road but I have a modified chain tug I'll pop on. The wheel needs to come in a bit which requires new front mech.
And thanks guys
I need to go to my workshop to be able to finish things. Steerer needs chopping and I need one of those Di2 cable guides for the forks.
And a new front mech.
But other than that I am well pleased.
That is a freewheel no?
A guy on here sent his frame down from Edinburgh :)
I am fairly certain that wasn't a big deal for Al.
Lettering is all @Manson7am
He runs a hand lettering / screen printing biz called Manson Press in Hackney.
The paint is done by Mario Vaz in Hither Green.
It is called Andkær Vig around Vejle. There is loads of good cycling. It doesn't go on and on like USA or Sweden but good enough for me. And it is right on my door steep. Follow me on Komoot for routes.
Thanks. Life's treating me real nice these days
Skog is Swedish
But same same
Soooo much good riding around my new home
I have just been out testing things. The bike is so dope. Front mech shifts flawlessly so really a shame to change it but I will probably need a R8000 eventually.
This is 6800. You reckon R8000 is more gooder?
I didn't expect this. There is 2-3mm clearance between tyre and front mech.
I have a standard 73° seat tube and 38x700c tyres. Sure I can not be the first to experience this issue.
Plus the finish on the Rotors is just another level. The praxxis I have touched are a bit meh
Yes. Perfect excuse for getting started on TI framebuilding
Not at all. I have done a lot of research already.... but priorities.
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