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Bantam Bicycle Works Allroad

A bicycle for all roads. 26" wheels, steel, pink.

Frame:
Bantam Bicycle Works

Fork/Headset:
Bantam / White Industries Threadless 1-1/8" EC

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
White Industries VBC 165mm, Shimano UN-55 107mm Square Taper

Pedals:
Shimano XTR M9000

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
White Industries TSR 38t / Sram XG-1150 10-42t/ Sram PC-XX1

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Sram Rival1 / Sram Rival1

Handlebars/Stem:
Compass Maes Parallel 420mm / Compass 1-1/8″ Threadless Stem 80mm / Newbaums Bar Tape, Black / Mash SF bar ends

Saddle/Seatpost:
Thomson Masterpiece 27.2mm x 240mm / Gilles Berthoud Galibier

Brakes:
Paul Component Klamper / Hope Tech Floating Rotor 180F/160R

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Stan's Crest MK3 26" 32H / SONdelux Dynamo Hub / Paul Component 100mm QR Skewer / Compass Rat Trap Pass Extralight, setup tubeless

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Stan's Crest MK3 26" 32H / White Industries XMR / Paul Component 135mm QR Skewer/ Compass Rat Trap Pass Extralight, setup tubeless

Accessories:
Gilles Berthoud GB22, Compass Decaleur, Compass UD-1 Rack, Honjo H80 fenders, Schmidt Edelux II Headlight, Velo Lumino Tail Light, Velo Lumino TMAT Stem Switch, 2 x Nitto R Bottle Cage, 1 x Nitto T Bottle Cage, OneUp Components EDC Pump/Tool

More Info:
25.0 lbs for the bike; 26.8 lbs for bike + bag + tools / pump

Bike History

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

  1. V1.0
  2. V1.1

Current Stage Info:

Rolling minor changes
- redid wiring to make fenders removeable
- moved rinko split in fenders
- narrower saddle

Added by soitgoes. Last updated about 2 months ago.

14 Comments

maxxtrejo

maxxtrejo says:

small detail but love that grippy headset/stem spacer. where is it from ?

Posted 3 months ago

soitgoes

soitgoes says:

Thanks; it's a Velo Lumino TMAT stem switch. Aside from being my top cap, it lets me turn my lights on and off.

Posted 2 months ago

vstkrc

vstkrc says:

What are your thoughts on the Soulor/Galibier vs. the Aspin/Aravis?

Posted 11 months ago

soitgoes

soitgoes says:

The saddles have a similar width (157 vs 146 mm) but the "racing" models taper more abruptly.

Thus, both saddles are similarly comfortable for my sit bone width, but the narrower saddle feels better while pedaling since there's pretty much no rubbing on the backs of my legs due to that taper.

Posted 11 months ago

theodocious

theodocious says:

Yeah! My Falconer has another bud. Great build, man. Why the 180mm up front?

Posted about 1 year ago

soitgoes

soitgoes says:

Hell yeah. I'm sure it's a fun ride. The 180mm rotor has a bit lower lever effort and probably cools off a bit faster. I figure if it fits, why not?

Posted about 1 year ago

theodocious

theodocious says:

Ah, makes sense. I have not wanted for more power with my 160s F/R also w/ Klampers and stock pads but have taken a handful of front brake a few times in the steep Headlands. Also, Cameron Falconer asked that I not run a 180 on the front due to the extralight forkleg tubing spec and my weight of ~180lbs.

Posted about 1 year ago

theodocious

theodocious says:

The big 180 looks killer though! The dual 320mm discs on my moto almost fill up the wheel inside of the rim; also a hot look :)

Posted about 1 year ago

Sebastian

Sebastian says:

What a RIPPER

Posted about 1 year ago

megarange

megarange says:

perfection

Posted about 1 year ago

GhostRidingTheWhip

GhostRidingTheWhip says:

+1

Posted about 2 months ago

hwattsnola

hwattsnola says:

The world needs more pink bikes, I'm glad you've contributed such an exceptional one!

Posted about 1 year ago

doc

doc says:

STYLE AND FORM AT ITS BEST JUSTIN UP BLAINE TO MAKE THIS THING SAYING TWO THUMBS UP MY FIANCÉ IS DIGGING THIS RIDE NOW I KNOW WHAT I'M GOING TO BE BUILDING FOR HER BIRTHDAY

Posted about 1 year ago

vstkrc

vstkrc says:

WOOOAAHH, I can't believe I didn't see this. Congrats on the bike! I'm dying to see some pictures of the finished build.

Posted over 1 year ago