I wanted to build a light, responsive, fixed bike and turned up with this thing. I went a little balls out on the components and not so much on the frame (so I thought), but this frame has withstood anything I have thrown at it thus far. I'm super happy with the with the bike so far. There are a few more things to come to lighten it up even more. It goes to show you that you don't need a $1500 frame to have a badass bike.
Specialized full carbon fork. Proprietary headset
2006 170 FSA carbon k - force crankset. Shimano dura ace external cups w/ 1.8 spacers on each side.
I used a 10 spd 53t Truvativ chaining. Dura Ace chain. Origin 8 track pro 17t cog. Cheap lock ring. Who needs a lock ring anyways, right? Lol!
Bontrager xxx 40 cm carbon bar. XXX Bontrager 60 mm stem. Bontrager black cork tape.
Bontrager Paradigm XXX saddle. Bontrager XXX seatpost 5 degree offset.
No brakes, duh!
custom built Bontrager Nebula 32 hole rim, DT competition spokes, aluminum red nipples, and a Shimano Dura Ace hub. Super light titanium skewer.
custom built Bontrager Nebula 32 hole rim, DT competition spokes, aluminum red nipples, and a cheap quandary rear track hud. I'm waiting on an All City rear track hub.
Bontrager R3 tires, bontrager RXL tubes.
The bike currently weights 14.5 lbs, hopefully I will be able to drop it to the mid 13s with the addition of the rear All City track hub and DT revolution spokes, and a pair of Stans no tubes rims (ZTR340).
Added by Rusta59. Last updated about 9 years ago.