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Charlie's Rove Ti

Kona by Lynsky

Frame:
Rove Ti

Fork/Headset:
Enve CX / Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Grx 600 / Chris King

Pedals:
Time ATAC XC

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
11-34 and 46-30

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Grx820 / rs 685 11

Handlebars/Stem:
Cowchipper / Titanium

Saddle/Seatpost:
Arione / Titanium

Brakes:
Rs785

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
240s / ztr 355 / maxxis

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
240s / ztr 355 / maxxis

Accessories:
Stickers

More Info:
All the speeds and hydraulic brakes

Bike History

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

  1. SRAMpy
  2. shimergo
  3. Singlespeed
  4. rival
  5. 1x10
  6. Flatbar
  7. Adventure
  8. 685/6800
  9. Campmuting
  10. Back to hydro

Current Stage Info:

Decided the campy could go on a less serious bike

Added by charlie. Last updated 10 months ago.

14 Comments

xwilkx

xwilkx says:

What is the max tire size it could fit?

Posted 4 months ago

arekey

arekey says:

sickkkk

Posted over 7 years ago

Tony

Tony says:

Rad

Posted almost 9 years ago

Karl

Karl says:

Is the bike dedicated to me? :3

Posted about 9 years ago

parfumisme

parfumisme says:

Hey Charlie, just got it done and riding it! I drew a lot of inspiration from your build and I must say I love it. I have two customers and co-owners who are also utterly convinced with the ride. Got mine down to 21 lbs with pedals and cages for a 59 frame but might beef it up for touring. kind regards, Chris

Posted almost 10 years ago

charlie

charlie says:

thats amazing, thanks for fueling the stoke!!! i can't stop riding this bike. it's fantastic.

Posted almost 10 years ago

Leo-Marcello

Leo-Marcello says:

I love your cx bike man !!

Posted almost 10 years ago

parfumisme

parfumisme says:

Dear Karl,

I'm about to build up this frame as well. Im very exited! I'm thinking in the same direction as far as your components are concerned! Good to see them on your bike! Both wheels and tire sets look great! Could you give an indication about the weight of your build so I know what to strive for?!

My dream:

http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto...

Posted about 10 years ago

charlie

charlie says:

twenty-one, maybe twenty-two depending on tires?

Posted about 10 years ago

zippy2012

zippy2012 says:

That is one, sick, frame !

Posted over 10 years ago

MuffinMan

MuffinMan says:

Do you like Srampy or shimergo more?

Posted over 10 years ago

charlie

charlie says:

Shimergo. The only reason to use campy shifters is for the ergo and cache of campy cockpit, while saving money. Otherwise, you should have full campy. So it can really be said that the only thing SRAMpy and Shimergo have in common is saving money...
For saving money, the 8spd Shimano drivetrain is extremely affordable and plentiful, while 10 speed SRAM is only a bargain compared to 10 speed campy(only by a moderate margin at that). Even if you don't take cost into consideration, Shimergo works great while SRAMpy barely works. Unless you need the two fewer gaps between cogs, it's a no-brainer to me. Maybe I just had a bad SRAM rear derailleur?

Posted over 10 years ago

rogerchua

rogerchua says:

amazing cross ti bike! love it!

Posted over 10 years ago

Julle

Julle says:

love it!

Posted over 10 years ago