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All-City Macho Man

My bike for gravel road riding/racing.

Frame:
2014 All-City Macho Man 52cm 612 select steel tubing (4130 Chromo)

Fork/Headset:
All-City 612 select steel fork, Ritchey WCS 1-1/8" headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM Force crank, 175mm with SRAM GXP bottom bracket

Pedals:
Crank Brothers Candy 1 green

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
44t Raceface narrow-wide chainring, SRAM 1070 12-32 10-speed cassette with KMC 10 speed chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
SRAM Rival 10-speed shift/brake lever and Rival rear derailleur, and SRAM 900 carbon left single-speed brake lever

Handlebars/Stem:
FSA Omega compact drop handlebars, wrapped in Lizard Skins DSP 2.5mm black/red tape tape, with Thomson Elite 90mm 100 degree stem

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle San Marco Ponza Power Arrowhead cutout saddle on a Thomson Elite seatpost

Brakes:
FSA SL-K aluminum cantilever brakes

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity A23 black rim with Velocity race front hub, wrapped in Continental Cyclo X-king 700X32 tire

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Velocity A23 black rim with Velocity race rear hub, wrapped in Continental Cyclo X-King 700X32 tire

Accessories:
busted tube chain stay guard

More Info:
21 lbs 4 oz

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. New Wheel set
  3. New Crank
  4. New Frame
  5. From road to CX

Added by tbart44. Last updated over 7 years ago.

36 Comments

alxggnn

alxggnn says:

Hey if you want to sell this bike someday, contact me !

Posted almost 6 years ago

mnmash

mnmash says:

Nice work dude, looks fun. Oh @ pearleen 612 is our area code in MPLS which is where All-city got its start, not a very sexy name for sure

Posted over 7 years ago

pearleen

pearleen says:

damn they could have invented a better name for 4130

Posted over 7 years ago

Scrodzilla

Scrodzilla says:

Why comment at all if that's all you've got to say? Call All-City and whine to them about it.

Posted over 7 years ago

pearleen

pearleen says:

chill out dude, i'll just whine where I want ok ? thanks

Posted over 7 years ago

moose

moose says:

these are so rad

Posted almost 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

Its a great bike, ive had a blast on it!

Posted almost 8 years ago

jackjohnson

jackjohnson says:

decent tim!

Posted almost 8 years ago

Rzjarvis93

Rzjarvis93 says:

why do you have 3 different bikes on the same page?

Posted about 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

because I've basically been modifying parts and frames, not getting entire new bikes so I just keep adding to the same page

Posted about 8 years ago

Rzjarvis93

Rzjarvis93 says:

ahhh

Posted about 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Because he is retarded.

Posted almost 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

retarded or not my turd is better than your turd

Posted almost 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Sick!!

Posted about 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

this is definitely my new favorite bike, plus I have a WCS headset coming in on Wednesday

Posted about 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Excited for your new turd to be built!!

Posted about 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

This bike would be cool if it wasn't dumb

Posted about 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

I know...all I really did was polish a turd

Posted about 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Your bike matches your cars

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

I don't get it.

Posted over 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

don't try to understand it, just accept it for what it is

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

I don't even

Posted over 8 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Interesting set up. Surprized you can get 130 out of that spread. What you using for a derl.hanger? This frame has track ends?

Posted over 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

there is a problem solvers hanger made for rear facing dropouts, and the rear spacing is 126mm so the stays needed to be spread apart just barely for the hub to fit, thanks for looking at my bike!

Posted over 8 years ago

xarcex

xarcex says:

Just last week I bought the 2014 model. Pretty sweet bike. Can I ask, how did you take the mudguard off? I can see it's sort of attached to the bottom bracket, but I've got no clue haha

Posted over 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

it's a great bike, you'll enjoy it! and you actually have to remove the bottom bracket to get the chain guard off, a bit of a hassle but I think it looks better without it.

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Thanks for the chainring!!

Posted over 8 years ago

W1ZARDofRADICAL

W1ZARDofRADICAL says:

How do you plan on doing a 1x10 setup with a 120 rear spacing?

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

We work at a shop, and can make fancy things happen

Posted over 8 years ago

W1ZARDofRADICAL

W1ZARDofRADICAL says:

Oh I do too, but the 120 spacing makes stuff like that pretty tough.

Posted over 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

we found that I can pull the stays apart just enough to fit the 130 hub and is doesn't affect the way the bike will perform so I'm gonna go for it

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

I'm pumped for your concept build with this frame

Posted over 8 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

should be a blast to build and ride once it's 1X10

Posted over 8 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

hi tim!

Posted about 9 years ago

tbart44

tbart44 says:

oh hey there

Posted about 9 years ago

Mshap0352

Mshap0352 says:

Awesome Wheelset! You didn't mention that you personally hand built them!

Posted about 9 years ago