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Duratec Sprinter T6

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Frame:
Duratec Sprinter T6

Fork/Headset:
Specialized FACT Carbon/Cane Creek Integrated

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sugino Aero Mighty NJS Cranks/Campagnolo Record Pista

Pedals:
Look Carbon ARC

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
20T EAI/Dura Ace 54T 3/32" Ring/SRAM 1/8"

Handlebars/Stem:
ITM Wing(Millenium Carbon)/Profile Lava OS 120mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
San Marco Concor Supercorsa/Alpina

Brakes:
Bontrager Speed Limit / SRAM S500

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Alex 30mm rim, Dia Compe Track Hub, 32H radial - Schwalbe Lugano

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Alex 30mm rim, Dia Compe Track Hub, 32H - Schwalbe Lugano

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Drivetrain upgrade & Alternative Bars
  3. New Saddle & Stem
  4. New Forks & Stickers
  5. Further evolution...
  6. FixedRoad/RoadFixed

Current Stage Info:

A more grown-up build for longer road rides

Added by RVL. Last updated about 2 years ago.

10 Comments

Okay123

Okay123 says:

This is the fucking raddest!

Posted about 7 years ago

RVL

RVL says:

Cheers Oli,
Disc/riser build is my favourite so far - it cheers-up the morning commute too! - catching the reflection in a shop window is guaranteed to raise a smile.

Posted about 7 years ago

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

ive never even heard of that cog seup, really cool though

Posted almost 8 years ago

zippy2012

zippy2012 says:

That's a nice bike. I really like your choice of cranks. I'm new back to cycling after a very long time and I've never seen a bolt on cog before. Care to share any details?

Posted over 8 years ago

RVL

RVL says:

Hi, thanks - I love the way it's turned out - I wanted to avoid obvious chainset options (omnium or 75) as they're a bit generic so the Aero Mighty fits the bill & the chainring is ex. GB Olympics so there's provenance too!
The rear hub is a mountainbike hub for disc brakes with a new (longer) axle and some spacers to get chainline right. The cog is a Velosolo (made here in the UK) but I'm sure there are sources everywhere.
It's a simple practical option and saves you worrying around stripping lockring cogs etc.
Here are a couple of links if you're interested in disc-cogs.
http://www.velosolo.co.uk/shopdisc.html
http://www.63xc.com/jasom/milldisc.htm

Posted over 8 years ago

jossdakin

jossdakin says:

Love that Syncros stem!

Posted about 9 years ago

RVL

RVL says:

Cheers, It's a 10th Anniversary Model - Classic piece of kit - looks great, and bomb proof too!

Posted about 9 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

great color combo.Classic cool. No BS ,just the facts. Nice job.

Posted about 9 years ago

RVL

RVL says:

Cheers - It's my everyday ride so it needs to be solid and simple whilst still putting a smile on my face on a cold rainy morning!

Love your Bianchi Genius by the way superlight steel from that era is unbeatable!

Posted about 9 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Thanks,the Bianchi is great but the Romani has stolen my heart. I think 'cause it's red lol.

Posted about 9 years ago