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CREW Bike Co. District Track Bike

Crew Bike Co District Track Bike

Crew Bike Co District

Crew Full Carbon Track Fork

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM Omnium

Campagnolo Record

Izumi Eco, EAI 15t

Crew Compact Road Bar, Crew 15* Stem

Specialized Romin, Crew 27.2mm Carbon Seatpost

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Pista

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo Pista

Added by lockling. Last updated over 8 years ago.

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avxr3vo says:

Hey man, I too am building a crew track frame and wanted to know the length you used for the crank arms on the sram omniums. I don't want to use 165mm but I don't know how long I can go before the arms cause problems. Thanks in advance and love your build.

Posted over 5 years ago


martix50 says:

kind of late i know, but do u remember if you had problems installing your omniums ? i'm in the process of building mine and my omniums are giving me tons of problems with vertical or horizontal movement. thanks

Posted over 6 years ago


lockling says:

my omniums fit fine. sorry i can't be of more help

Posted over 6 years ago


jacobsever says:

$800+ wheel set on a $130 frame? Interesting choice.

Posted over 6 years ago


lockling says:

haters gon hate

Posted over 6 years ago


FABEL says:

wheelsets the most beneficial part of any build

Posted about 6 years ago


Danielkbp says:

will a gatorskin 700x28 tire fit on the rear wheel ?

Posted almost 7 years ago


suuuupreMACY says:

Hey. I'd just wanna ask... I'm choosing a frame for myself.

Aventon Mataro 49cm or Crew 49cm

I'd really like your opinion. :) Help me out?

Posted over 7 years ago


slowboytommy says:

do you know how this rides compare to cordoba?

Posted almost 8 years ago


malachic says:

ive been waiting for someone to make a nice build with this frame. my roomate just got one and i loved it. track geo is the way to go. did you have any trouble with your dust cap not fitting correctly to your crown?

Posted about 8 years ago


lockling says:

kind of, but once you tighten the top-cap, it all compressed perfectly fine.

Posted about 8 years ago


boilertown says:

Nice build. How tall are you if you don't mind me asking. I'm looking at the frame, but the top tube seems somewhat short on the 55.

Posted over 8 years ago


Franalpo says:

About how much does your build weigh? I see that the frame is listed at 1500g

Posted over 8 years ago


lockling says:

15lbs 11oz

Posted over 8 years ago


FlaminAsh_HotRod says:

How is this frame holding up as a 6061 Aluminum frame? How is it compared to your Fuji Track Pro? This frame looks well built and I might consider getting one! Does it ride smooth? Stiff? Responsive? If you can answer some questions that'll be great. Thanks! And by the way, wonderfully built bike!

Posted over 8 years ago


lockling says:

I've had a lot of different aluminum track frames in my day, and this is by far my favorite! Handles great on the street, and i have yet to try this out on the velodrome (given i just got it built up not too long ago). Super responsive on the street so far, and really stiff!

Posted over 8 years ago


ChickenLegs says:

Do you like this frame? Is Crew the company that actually makes it?

Posted over 8 years ago


lockling says:

Love this frame! And yes, Crew Bike Co makes the frame

Posted over 8 years ago


AG23 says:

hey man, I would also like to know the size of your frame! thanks.

Posted over 8 years ago


lockling says:


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