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All-City Thunderdome

Frame:
2014 All-City Thunderdome - 55cm

Fork/Headset:
All-City Thunderdome/Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75/Phil Wood

Pedals:
All-City Cecil Pro w/ All-City steel double clips & Toshi Deluxe double straps

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
EAI 18t/Sugino 75 49t/Izumi V Super Toughness

Handlebars/Stem:
3T Ergonova Pro/Thomson Elite X4 (100mm)

Saddle/Seatpost:
OG Selle Italia Turbo/Thomson Elite

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H+Son TB14/Phil Wood low-flange/Wheelsmith DB14 spokes/Panaracer Pasela PT (25c)

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H+Son TB14/Phil Wood low-flange/Wheelsmith DB14 spokes/Panaracer Pasela PT (28c)

Added by Scrodzilla. Last updated 6 months ago.

Latest 22 Comments

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Malasaurus

Malasaurus says:

Beautiful build man... Looking to upgrade my frameset (currently riding a Fuji Track Classic). Love the Thunderdome but am a little hesitant to move to aluminum due to everything I've read about the harshness of the ride. How does it compare to say your Bareknuckle? (Realize geo has probably as much if not more effect but...)

Posted 3 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

Thanks, man. The Thunderdome rides exceptionally smooth for an aluminum frame. It's seriously one of the nicest riding bikes I've ever owned.

Posted 3 months ago

Malasaurus

Malasaurus says:

So not super harsh compared to the Bareknuckle?

Posted 3 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

Not at all. Most of the "harshness" people talk about is just bullshit. Use a good 25-28c tire in the rear and it greatly improves the ride quality.

Posted 3 months ago

GeorgeWashingtonMobsDeep

GeorgeWashingtonMobsDeep says:

How do you think the H+Sons compare to the Mavic Open Pros?

Posted 3 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

I've never ridden Open Pros.

Posted 3 months ago

moose

moose says:

where are the brakes? where are the shifters and housings? why did you post this bike if it isnt finished?

Posted 6 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

HAHAHA

Posted 6 months ago

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

that is the best thunderdome I have ever seen

Posted 6 months ago

usman

usman says:

+1

Posted 3 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

To all those who think EAI cogs aren't compatible with Phil Wood hubs - it's bullshit.

Posted 6 months ago

Aspence

Aspence says:

So what's the story with eai cog compatability with phil wood hubs?

Posted 6 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

You mean all the bullshit on the internet about how they're not compatible? It's just that - bullshit. I've been using EAI cogs on Phil hubs for years without any issues.

Posted 6 months ago

Aspence

Aspence says:

Okay sick. Yeah I was thinking Bullshit on that as well. Thanks

Posted 6 months ago

bruncaza

bruncaza says:

What's the spindle lengthof your phil wood bb?

Posted 6 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

108mm ISO

Posted 6 months ago

bruncaza

bruncaza says:

Thanks, one more question. You have 109mm protype BB + SG75 cranks in your barecknuckle, 108mm PW BB +SG75 cranks in your Thunderdrome and you also sell 109mm tange-seiki BB at retro-gression. Which one (BB+SG75 cranks combo) do you like the most?

Posted 6 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

Retrogression stopped carrying the Protype BB because I found too many inconsistencies in the quality of the spindles. The Tange 109mm ISO BB is much nicer and has smoother bearings. The Phil Wood surpasses them all in overall quality (as expected).

Posted 6 months ago

Bnut43

Bnut43 says:

The Thunderdome doesn't get the love it deserves. This is too good!

Posted 7 months ago

justinh

justinh says:

This is a really nice looking build. I'm looking to build up my next bike and was just considering the Thunderdome. I kind of like the more modest tubeset vs some of the aero or hydroformed stuff. How does this compare to a leader? Figured I'd ask you cause all I know is an old conversion that's falling apart.

Posted 8 months ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

I'm a big fan of the round tubing too and feel the Thunderdome is greatly overlooked when it comes to quality aluminum frames. This frame is a whole pound lighter than a 55cm Leader 725 frame and 7000-series aluminum does ride much nicer than 6000-series.

Posted 8 months ago

justinh

justinh says:

Oh man, that sounds like the ticket. Thanks very much.

Posted 8 months ago

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