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Bridgestone Anchor PHR7

New Bike~!

Frame:
Bridgestone Anchor PHR7

Fork/Headset:
Bridgestone Anchor PHR7/ Tange Levin

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano dura-ace 7710/ dura-ace 7700

Pedals:
Shimano M540

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
unknow 17T/dura-ace 7710 48T/Shimano Oval Track Chain

Handlebars/Stem:
ITM Dual Aero CX2 Handlebars

Saddle/Seatpost:
specialized toupe expert/Nitto SP27

Brakes:
Tektro R520

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ellipse Track 2009/ Continental Ultra Race 23C

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ellipse Track 2009/ Continental Ultra Race 23C

Added by terryck2. Last updated over 9 years ago.

15 Comments

jdawg4334

jdawg4334 says:

This is much nicer than the other Anchor frame!

Posted over 9 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Sweet build,the frame is insane,wish it was threadless though

Posted over 9 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

frame size?

Posted over 9 years ago

asman

asman says:

RobotBike

Posted over 9 years ago

cjdavid

cjdavid says:

Nice

Posted over 9 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Aircraft ! seriously you could probably fly with those bars ^^
and 'dat chain! (°_°)
enjoy!!

Posted over 9 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

Why have two brake levers? They provide no extra hand-position as they would on drop bars...is it for looks? Strange set up..

Posted over 9 years ago

stripes

stripes says:

would you rather have only one? lol that would look pretty funky .

Posted over 9 years ago

terryck2

terryck2 says:

One is for safety..Girlfriend's command :( , another is for balance of control. There are still have enough space for hand-position. Many people also set up like this way as using this handle bar. I have tried to use bar-end type TT brake levers. However, they cannot use on it.

Posted over 9 years ago

Neilskees

Neilskees says:

I think its strange that pretty much all your bikes have brakes and you think this setup is strange? One lever would make it look strange. It balances it out with two, Nice Bridgestone!

Posted over 9 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

Levers actually help with climbing with more compact bars

Posted over 9 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

It's strange because only one is functional, i.e. connected to a brake caliper, on the front fork. Some fixed gear riders, including myself, run both hoods on drop bars even though only one worked as a functioning brake. This is to gain a third hand position - on the hoods. Unless this rider has rear rear-facing alien wrists, it's impossible to do just that. So my only point was, why have the second lever if it's not doing anything, functionally?

Posted over 9 years ago

Maccc

Maccc says:

it looks inharmonious if only one lever was built on the handlebar. good looking is more significant than functional. oh man you are so serious~

Posted over 9 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

i understand what youre saying quixoticle. dis shit whack

Posted over 9 years ago

terryck2

terryck2 says:

Hi, quixoticle~ I understand what u r saying. This is the only way that I can use brake levels on this handle bar. And I don't use the hoods, so it does no matter. The main reason why have the second level is to keep both side balances when I use the aerobar. This is because this vintage handle bar is so fking heavy. It cause the front wheel very easy to turn to one side. So, when I switch from base bar to aero bar during cycling, the front wheel will turn to left side if I only have the left level. the left side of the handle-bar is bit heavier than right side. I hope that u can imagine that situation. Of course I hope I can use the bar end type brake levels, but...I can't. Size problem.



Posted over 9 years ago