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Carbonda Gravel Bike 1x11 Di2

http://www.carbonda.com/road/gravel/cfr505.html

Frame:
Carbonda CFR505

Fork/Headset:
Carbonda

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Shimano bb92-41b

Pedals:
Shimano XT

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
42t Wolftooth Shimano chainring with Sram 1170 11-36 cassette

Derailleurs/Shifters:
XT Di2

Handlebars/Stem:
Ritchey Neo Classic with Kalloy Uno

Saddle/Seatpost:
Thomson Elite 27.2, Selle SMP composit

Brakes:
Shimano rs805

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
SON 12x100 Dynamo hub on Lightbicycle Flyweight XC 650b

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Bitex 12x142 on Lightbicycle Flyweight XC 650b

Accessories:
Busch & Muller IQ-X front and Secula rear light, K-Edge combo mount, XTR Di2 display, Blackburn Chicane stainless steel bottle cages

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. 650b, Dynamo, mudguards and XT Di2

Added by amey. Last updated about 2 years ago.

As of about 2 years ago, amey has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

18 Comments

johanez

johanez says:

Amazing how classy it still looks setup as commuter.
Could you post some detail pics of the dynamo cable routing? Did you manage to do some of it internal?
Cheers!

Posted almost 3 years ago

amey

amey says:

Thanks! Its my long distance bike now :)
Dont have any pics but the cable for rear light enters the same hole as Di2 routing on DT all . the way through the frame and exits at rear mech.

Posted almost 3 years ago

johanez

johanez says:

Ah yes, with Di2 you will have more space there... I'm getting a CFR696. Will see what I can do about the routing.

Posted over 2 years ago

andrewins

andrewins says:

Do you have the front and rear rotor of 140 diameter? How is the stopping power of it?

Posted over 3 years ago

amey

amey says:

Front was 140 and I wasnt impressed with the power, swapped for 160 and now its so much better!

Posted almost 3 years ago

wilfgood

wilfgood says:

Very nice bike. Do you think the frame would take a 48T chainring?

Posted over 3 years ago

amey

amey says:

Easily, it can take a 50x34 double.

Posted almost 3 years ago

illia_krm

illia_krm says:

Gorgeous bike. How or where did you order that frameset? I'm going to build my first road/gravel bike and I'd really like to have this frame and fork.
Cheers!

Posted almost 4 years ago

jfdkaljwelrijaf

jfdkaljwelrijaf says:

Beautiful bike! How wide are your fenders?

Posted about 4 years ago

amey

amey says:

50mm

Posted about 4 years ago

Fishy

Fishy says:

Rad bike! How's has it been treating you? I'm thinking thinking of getting this frameset. Is yours a 56cm? Do you prefer 700c or 650b?

Thanks.

Posted over 4 years ago

amey

amey says:

Its a 54cm. Its fucking great! 650b is even nicer than 700c :)

Posted over 4 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

Loving the update!

Posted over 4 years ago

amey

amey says:

thanks! Feels like a totally new bike in terms of ride quality and I kinda regret not starting out with the dynamo.

Posted over 4 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

I totally agree with you on the 650b - I recently acquired a bike set up that way, and it's been a revelation in terms what terrain I can attack in a single ride. I too want to rebuild the front wheel with a dynamo hub, at some point. Also: are Selle SMP saddles all they're cracked up to be? I've seen a few people become converts and say that they regret not riding them way earlier..

Posted over 4 years ago

SHAWNFROMPHILLY

SHAWNFROMPHILLY says:

Love your ride. What size tires do you have?

Posted about 5 years ago

jeroenfl

jeroenfl says:

Excellent build! How's the ride?

Posted over 5 years ago

amey

amey says:

its amazing, buy one asap.

Posted over 3 years ago