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Affinity Cyclone

took most of the parts off my scrambler and heres the result!!

Frame:
small Affinity Cyclone

Fork/Headset:
410 Affinity / Crank Brothers iodine SL

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Eighthinch

Pedals:
Animal Hamilton w/ ZLOG REloads

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
33/13 dura-ace / Tree lite sd 33t / shadow

Handlebars/Stem:
BreakBrake17 V2 / Animal Jump-off / VansxCult grips

Saddle/Seatpost:
Premium pivotal best seat ever / Alius

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Sun Ringle EQ21 / Formula / Michelin City 1.85

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Sun Ringle EQ21 / Formula / Michelin City 1.85

Added by alex-g. Last updated about 11 years ago.

As of about 11 years ago, alex-g has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

6 Comments

drod21

drod21 says:

Hey dude, just wondering since your running 1.85 does it seem to have any more clearance by chance?

Posted about 11 years ago

alex-g

alex-g says:

more clearance for barspins? or do you mean in the back? barspin clearance was awesome with 165's and there was a little more room in the back probly coulda fit like a skinny 2.0

Posted about 11 years ago

bahola

bahola says:

what size cranks do you have on there?

Posted about 11 years ago

alex-g

alex-g says:

165

Posted about 11 years ago

bahola

bahola says:

I was wondering how you liked this frame with 26s. I recently bought the same frame in blue, small and I have 700s on it now. I cant decide if I want to switch to 26s when I get a new wheelset. Is the geo funny at all with the 26s or is it alright?

Posted about 11 years ago

alex-g

alex-g says:

honestly it is a little weird. the bottom bracket is kinda low now so sometimes i get pedal strike on the ground going fakie, but its really slight and doesnt really happen often. i suggest getting a 26 for the front and see how it feels. the top tube slopes quite a bit and with a 700 in the back i think it would feel really good

Posted about 11 years ago