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Frame:
2015 Surly Steamroller 56cm

Fork/Headset:
Whisky No. 7 Canti/Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Athena/Campy Record

Pedals:
Shimano XT

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
White Industries ENO 18T/46T

Derailleurs/Shifters:
NAH

Handlebars/Stem:
Surly Torsion Bars with control tech extendos/Titec Ti Stem 110mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks C15 Cambium Carved/Old Bontrager Carbon

Brakes:
Paul Racer/Mini Moto

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son Archetype 32h/Surly hub/WTB Nano

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son Archetype 32h/Bullseye/WTB Nano, Rear axle machined to 120mm

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Fenders/Debadged
  3. Party Mode
  4. Party Mode V2

Current Stage Info:

tossed a whisky no. 7 crabon fork on it's all kinds of fun. am i the first to try this? offset and axle2crown are way different. new fork def longer but it's better offroad. i'm not going back

Added by BassoBry. Last updated 5 months ago.

15 Comments

dickeysezso

dickeysezso says:

What size fenders are those? I'm thinking of getting some Velo Orange guys, but not sure whether to go with the 45mm or the 52mm.

Those 35mm tires seem to fit pretty tight and look just right. Could you go any larger?

Posted over 2 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

They are the VO 45s. They fit well. I wouldn't go any bigger than these tires though. Tightest part is around the rear brake bridge. Typically want to give yourself a 10mm buffer. So 35mm tires -->45mm fenders.

Posted over 2 years ago

dickeysezso

dickeysezso says:

Nice. Thanks man.

Posted over 2 years ago

Lurvey

Lurvey says:

sooo nice!

Posted almost 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

Thanks dude!

Posted almost 3 years ago

50voltphantom

50voltphantom says:

Dammit, this is so good.

Posted about 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

Thanks man! I actually saw your bike on here last year and all of your setups reinforced my plans to go with the Steamroller as my platform. Thanks for the inspiration!

Posted about 3 years ago

50voltphantom

50voltphantom says:

Glad I could help :) Is your rear brake at the absolute minimum of adjustment with the wheel that far back in the droupout?

Posted about 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

Front and Rear are both at their minimum, actually. It's obviously not ideal but the angle is good and they honestly work great. With a little toe in, no squeal and plenty of power. I went with the Racers because Paul and I wanted maximum clearance for tires/fenders/both if I wanted.

Posted about 3 years ago

50voltphantom

50voltphantom says:

Thanks! I just asked because I wanted to upgrade eventually and was was trying to figure out if the Racer or Racer M was a the better choice. My Dia-Compe's work great but I'm sure the action is nicer with the Paul's.

Posted about 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

The action is great. You'll love them. I investigated for a while before I pulled the trigger on the. As I'm sure you've found, there aren't many photos of Steamrollers out there with them on.

Posted about 3 years ago

eldeezy

eldeezy says:

Compass tires are so dreamy,

Posted about 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

I think they've got the best gumwall shade out there. It's perfect.

Posted about 3 years ago

pho

pho says:

It's the D R E A M .
Love it.
What's the front rack?

Posted about 3 years ago

BassoBry

BassoBry says:

Thanks! Rack is Nitto M18, guess I should add that.

Posted about 3 years ago