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Supergo Access Pro

I built this bike as a single speed fully rigid to a 1x7 and now as you see it here.This is my first build from a frame and components from E-bay and stuff I already had.I think I'll do all my bikes this way,it was a lot of fun and the bike is unique and done the way I wanted.

Frame:
199? Supergo Pro Access

Fork/Headset:
Marzocchi Bomber/WTB

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano Deore LX/stock

Pedals:
VP Bear trap old school

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano bio-pace/Shimano 7 speed freewheel

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Shimano Deore LX front and back/Shimano Deore LX right and left

Handlebars/Stem:
Titec Hellbent flat bars,WTB original grips/3T

Saddle/Seatpost:
Stock/stock(as far as I know)

Brakes:
Shimano Deore LX cantilever/Koolstop salmon pads

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
From my Stumpjumper /CST BFT 26x2.4 with Q-tubes thorn resistent tubes

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
From my Stumpjumper / Specialized team comp 26x1.60 with Q-Tubes thorn resistant tubes.

Accessories:
none

More Info:
I found this 16 inch frame-fork on E-bay with seat,seat post,bar and stem .From what I could research Supergo was a bike shop in Ca. in the 90's and sold out to Performance Bikes.The address on the frame sticker reads 1515 Wilshire,Santa Monica. Is anyone familiar with this shop and the Supergo bikes they put out?Anyway,I liked it's looks and it fits my 5ft 6in ass better than my retro Rockhopper at 20 inches.I think it's unique and cool.The chainline was too wide and caused problems so I installed a sweet Shimano bio-pace crankset designed for a narrow chainline.need new pics.

Added by ATBfixed. Last updated 12 months ago.

5 Comments

sloman

sloman says:

Carbon bars,post and Sella Italia saddle help, Also 1.5 CST tires and an old scale lol. I'll get back to you when it's done. Chers

Posted about 2 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

I was thinking of doing that to an old Free Spirit MTB but welding track ends on to get adjustability. And it would weigh about 22 pounds! Like you said,would be great on open fast trails. Like your setup,cheers

Posted about 2 years ago

ATBfixed

ATBfixed says:

I too would like to install trackends one day.Making them is no problem for me but my welding skills aren't up to the job and I don't want to damage my frame.Heck,with track ends I could get back into off road fixed gear riding,it's a blast.Go and build your bike,you won't regret it and thanks for digging my bike.My bike is almost 28 pounds,I'd like to know how you can keep it at 22,nice.

Posted about 2 years ago

Shogun

Shogun says:

Nice! I was thinking of doing the same to an old Rockhopper. You can find them on Craigslist for under $100, convert it to a solid beater/commuter. Simple and clean, nice bike.

Posted about 2 years ago

ATBfixed

ATBfixed says:

Thanks for checking out my bike.I have ordered a set of CST BFT all mountain tires 26x2.4.Also reconfigured my chain tensioner to get more wrap on the cog,it was slipping on power climbs.

Posted about 2 years ago

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