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FTC x Nabiis Alchemy

Everyone and their mom has a Mash/Lo Pro/Kagero. I wanted something different. I named him "Nero" after the Roman emperor, which also means black in Italian.

Frame:
FTC x Nabiis Alchemy (54cm)

Fork/Headset:
Carbon track fork / Cane Creek

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino 75 (170mm) / Campagnolo Veloce (111mm)

Pedals:
Wellgo R110 / Grafa toe cages (Pink)

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
EAI Superstar (18t) / Sugino ZEN (49t) / KMC K710-SL

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto RB-002 / Syntace F99 (80mm)

Saddle/Seatpost:
Concor Superleggera / Thomson

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Vento / Continental Gatorskin

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ellipse / Continental Gatorskin

Accessories:
Cinelli Volee

More Info:
http://www.nabiis.net/feature/feature-alchemy.htm

Added by Van1ty. Last updated about 2 years ago.

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Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

:O dat front wheel, one of the few steel frames that really grabs my attention nice build!

Posted over 1 year ago

iaznryan

iaznryan says:

So Dreamy <3 would definitely buy if given the chance!

Posted over 1 year ago

dcondankz68

dcondankz68 says:

God damnit! how can i never notice this bike! i never wondering the Nabiis Alchemy will be built like this, such a nice bike

Posted over 1 year ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Thanks dude. I feel everyone should build their bike with their own imagination and creativity. ;)

Posted over 1 year ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

wow! rad bro

Posted almost 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Thanks man. Your bikes are very ruggedly cool too!

Posted almost 2 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

thanks! nice vento you got here.

Posted almost 2 years ago

PocosPeroLocos

PocosPeroLocos says:

Lose those toe clips and level out those bars and you got yourself a alright build.

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Though the bars may look like they're pointing downwards for show, that really is its most comfortable angle for me.

And I don't think I can go clipless cause I like wearing normal shoes to walk around when I get off my bike in the city. Haha.

Posted about 2 years ago

StevenPreusser

StevenPreusser says:

Van, your bike looks incredible. beyond an "alright build" by far.

Posted almost 2 years ago

Robert3210

Robert3210 says:

Such a nice bike, would buy one as well if i knew where to get one.

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

http://www.nabiis.net/goods/bikeparts-a...

But the gold decals on black paint is a rare color combo though.

Posted about 2 years ago

AdrienS

AdrienS says:

Full awesome dude

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Merci beaucoup. ;)

Posted about 2 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

I'm glad you didn't go Mash either.. don't get me wrong, they're nice bikes but I've seen enough of them. it's nice to see people take chances with other bike brands and end up loving them to death.
btw nice wheels.
what's the difference between the "Campagnolo Vento" & the "shimmals"? they seem the same (but that could just be my wheel ignorence) just wondering...

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Thanks! The differences I know of is the Vento has 16 spokes while the Shamal has 12. The Vento uses a Chorus hub, while the Shamal uses a Record hub. All in all, it's about 100g difference. I got all my info from this URL: http://www.campyonly.com/techtalk/techt...

Posted about 2 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

thanks.

Posted about 2 years ago

LeoYunta

LeoYunta says:

Like it, the geometry is so compact on this frame and the shamal are perfect on this build !

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Thanks. It's a Vento actually. I wish it was a Shamal. Clincher Shamals are so hard to find. And when they're available, they're way too expensive.

Posted about 2 years ago

LeoYunta

LeoYunta says:

You're right, they look so close! Anyway nice build :) How do you like the Sugino Zen ?

Posted about 2 years ago

Van1ty

Van1ty says:

Yeah. Shamals are 12-spoke, while Ventos are 16-spoke. So in theory, Ventos are better for the street. The Zen chainring is crazy light. I had a DuraAce chainring to compare weights, and the Zen was actually slightly lighter, even though it looked beefier. I also love how it's so shiny. I actually picked it up at a bike jumble for only $60!

Posted about 2 years ago

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