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Dosnoventa Detroit 1 Prototype

You won't see another Dos this tight, love the geometry.

Frame:
Dosnoventa Detroit 1 Prototype 56

Fork/Headset:
China

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
XB3/shimano

Pedals:
mks

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
miche/

Handlebars/Stem:
Planet X Road Bar Strada Compact Lite 40cm / Syntace f109 100mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Flite

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
USSR

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
GreenNovatec/Rim

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. 1.0
  3. 1.1
  4. 2.0
  5. 2.1
  6. 3.0
  7. 3.0.1
  8. 4.0
  9. 4.slave
  10. 5.porn
  11. Dirty \ cracked
  12. 6.now

Added by unknown. Last updated almost 4 years ago.

16 Comments

AE86

AE86 says:

hey man what forks are they?

Posted over 5 years ago

yarbroughdesign

yarbroughdesign says:

That tri spoke is amazing!!!! Let me know if you want to sell it.

Posted over 6 years ago

Fazz7

Fazz7 says:

wow, such a great build

Posted over 6 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

Sweet looking ride

Posted over 6 years ago

LasykarHI

LasykarHI says:

Look sweet with those fenders on

Posted over 6 years ago

sani_nsr

sani_nsr says:

this bike using a headset same like a kagero use ?

Posted over 6 years ago

livin666

livin666 says:

Do you have a situation when the front wheel is to much turned and feet meets a tire, because od short wheel base. I've got this problem on my new track bike which i want to ride on streets. How do i slove this problem??(changing technique of riding or fork geo)

Posted almost 7 years ago

unknown

unknown says:

well I had massive toe overlap on the green bike you can see on my profile. So it's not big issue for me. If you really can't get used to that then you should get shorter cranks, fork with longer rake, if you really want to bother. But maybe you should look for frameset that isn't as tight.

Posted almost 7 years ago

livin666

livin666 says:

I've read that toe overlap is a big issue i slow movement(that happened several times to me), but my big concern is in fast corners and passing upcoming traffic which is little more difficult on fixed gear. But if You say it's a matter of getting used to it and if it's manageable I'm convinced.

Posted almost 7 years ago

unknown

unknown says:

Most dangerous it can get when skidding if your front foot is on the same side as the front wheel. In bigger speeds you turn your handlebars less.

Posted almost 7 years ago

livin666

livin666 says:

I've never had such a problem, so it's little bit odd for me. I ride every day to work on a fixed gear, but my latest ride has apparently got much less track pedigree.

Posted almost 7 years ago

Bnut43

Bnut43 says:

Geo looks proper, it's about time. Nice build.

Posted almost 7 years ago

SamBo

SamBo says:

The Houston should have been like this. Id still own it if it were.

Posted almost 7 years ago

G0NERASM

G0NERASM says:

Love it

Posted almost 7 years ago

DayumPanda

DayumPanda says:

dayum

Posted almost 7 years ago

Noypi

Noypi says:

Like.

Posted almost 7 years ago