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LOW// Pursuit

Handmade frame by Andrew Low, SF. Raw aluminium frame, black decals, two-pass clear coat. Twitchy and brutal. Love it.

Frame:
LOW Pursuit 58

Fork/Headset:
Alpina Carbon 30mm rake / Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM Omnium 165 / GXP BB

Pedals:
TIME ATAC Alium / SIDI Dominator 5's

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
EAI Gold Medal 17T Ti-Nitride / Sugino Zen 48T / Izumi V

Handlebars/Stem:
Vision TT / Thomson Elite

Saddle/Seatpost:
San Marco Zoncolan / Thomson Elite

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Zipp 3000 / Vittoria Corsa Evo 23

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity A23 / Dura-Ace 7600 / Vittoria Rando 25

Accessories:
Thomson seatpost clamp / Sugino chainring bolts

More Info:
www.saintcloud.com.au www.lowbicycles.com

Added over 2 years ago by EdShred. Last updated over 1 year ago.

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xs1cht

xs1cht says:

Sexyness

Posted about 1 month ago

imgs

imgs says:

So fucking beautiful

Posted 5 months ago

jamesy

jamesy says:

so amazing, rad job on the build. if you're eve looking to sell this frame i'd love to make an offer

Posted 6 months ago

gabelearnstoride

gabelearnstoride says:

Awesome bike i cant wait for mine! i just ordered!!

do you still ride that bike? i would love to see it! i occasionally head to st cloud!

Posted 12 months ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Thanks! Yeah I ride it every day, it looks a little different now, no Zipp on the front, compact drops and a matching front wheel.

Posted 12 months ago

Impalpablestate

Impalpablestate says:

Want that Zipp 3000 so badly.

Posted about 1 year ago

lilacattack

lilacattack says:

Wow that's a lot of expensive parts I could still beat you I guarantee you have no stamina you jut care about blogs and lookin pretty and shit

Posted about 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

You got me man. I don't actually know how to ride a bike, I just heard all the cool kids were buying them. It hangs on the wall in my loft.

Posted about 1 year ago

cjdavid

cjdavid says:

Yeah man I walk with my fixie down Embarcadero street and all the messengers say wassup and be like "dat fixie fag got swag"

Posted about 1 year ago

Nocoast

Nocoast says:

Love the set up man.im 6'0" and I don't really know what size to get.i want the dimensions pretty much exactly like this.do you know these dimensions of hand?

Posted about 1 year ago

DeadlyMofo

DeadlyMofo says:

Im 6'2 and I ordered a 60 I have a pretty long torso and when I asked at the shop I had 2 options I Just went for the biggest they had

Posted about 1 year ago

Nocoast

Nocoast says:

Forsure man thanks.and are you looking to sell?

Posted about 1 year ago

TheThirtySixthChamber

TheThirtySixthChamber says:

Hey bro, love this bike. Still waiting to see it around town! I'm also curious whether you've had any creaking from your Omniums? I've had some installed recently and they've just started to whinge a little, mainly during take-off and skid situations. Any research I've done just blames the standard GXP BB. Thanks!

Posted about 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Yeah I've been through a few GXP BB's now. The 2013 version is apparently much better though.

Posted about 1 year ago

manilanimal

manilanimal says:

nice build!

Posted over 1 year ago

sk8erluck

sk8erluck says:

In front of st cloud?? I would love to see this around!!

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

I ride it round Melbourne every day, holla if you see me :D

Posted over 1 year ago

franscoaria

franscoaria says:

does your chain still make sound? combined with EAI gold medal? im trying to figure out how to silence the chains

Posted over 1 year ago

jdawg4334

jdawg4334 says:

The Gold Medal cog would only silence the Izumi Model V chain if it were to silence anything. Those too are literally made to be run with eachother. EAI Gold Medal chainring as well.

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

It's true the EAI/Izumi/Zen combo is recommended, and as well as they go together they still make a lot of noise. With a chain as heavy duty as the Izumi V, it's always going to be loud, but it doesn't mean it's not running efficiently. Try different lube - I've found that can help!

Posted over 1 year ago

cchhrriiss

cchhrriiss says:

still one of my favorite bikes on the site.

let me know if you ever decide to sell that zipp!

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Thanks! The Zipp is already sold sorry; back to the previous owner.

Posted over 1 year ago

BklynLOW

BklynLOW says:

Glad you didn't sell it.

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

So am I man. It just seems to get better and better. I've got some compact drops on it now, which are fantastic. I'll pop up some new pics soon!

Posted over 1 year ago

StevenPreusser

StevenPreusser says:

EESH! So much excess chain grease. This is an amazing looking bike though! Added to favorites!

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Mostly road grime and muck, but yeah, pretty messy. I use Chain L No.5, which is very very sticky and can pick up a lot of crap. But it barely ever needs reapplying and it is super smooth. Thanks for the kind words!

Posted over 1 year ago

AdiZena

AdiZena says:

the hell, how tall are you man? 6,5?.anyway nice setup, looks scary and elegant at the same time :)

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

6'2", and the saddle has come down a fair bit since those last pics. Long legs makes for awkward looking bikes :p

Posted over 1 year ago

Uzii

Uzii says:

Didn't end up selling it? I reckon mine's too big for me. :(

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Sure didn't. I think mine is a tad small - but it's the biggest size. Got a longer stem and changed the saddle, that helped. I hope you find a way to make your one work, or send it on to someone who can :D

Posted over 1 year ago

Mharisma

Mharisma says:

looks perfect!

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

Cheers bro! Not quite there yet - need a bit of a longer stem, and a new saddle (lost the Zoncolan to thieves).

Posted over 1 year ago

Mharisma

Mharisma says:

maybe you need more higher and pursuit frame=))

Posted over 1 year ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

This is the biggest he makes! I'm just too tall for this track bike malarky.

Posted over 1 year ago

Fricksquad

Fricksquad says:

Nice track shack sticker!

Posted over 1 year ago

slim_mils

slim_mils says:

Hey EdShred, Sick Low Pursuit!!
I was wondering what size spokes did you use for the Velocity A23/Dura Ace 7600 hub combo? I'm planning to lace the same setup 32H with bladed spokes. Any information that you provide will be much appreciated. Thanks!!

Posted almost 2 years ago

EdShred

EdShred says:

The wheels were built by Nick at Saint Cloud, but he just used pretty standard double-butted ones if I recall. The bladed spokes wouldn't fit in the Dura-Ace hub slots :(

Posted over 1 year ago

ayyeeallen

ayyeeallen says:

sweet setup. love your crankset combo. trying to save up for some omniums aha :/

Posted almost 2 years ago

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