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Fuji Track Pro

Nashbar FTP with a single crimp at the "I" in the FUJI on the chainstay. This is basically the worst version of the 2009 FTP that you can get but it still works reasonably well with the S300 and absolutely no problem with a 48 tooth chainring.

Frame:
2009 Fuji Track Pro

Fork/Headset:
Leader i05

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM s300

Pedals:
Exustar

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Scrod Cog

Handlebars/Stem:
Vision UCI legal Alloy

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Kinlin XR-200/Novatec

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Kinlin XR-200/Novatec

More Info:
Basic Nashbar Special

Added by prooftheory. Last updated over 12 years ago.

23 Comments

speedy1

speedy1 says:

Where the scrank arm hits the chain stay? I got the same one shit sucks! I put some spacers between my omnium and the frame and changed the spacers on my rear rim and tightenedit real good and it runs fine! And they are 170s

Posted over 11 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

You are actually the first person I've heard of, trying it this way. I think most people felt that messing with the Q-factor was a step too far.

Posted over 11 years ago

JridesSF

JridesSF says:

Take off that brake !

Posted over 11 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

It comes off when it is on the track, as do the bullhorns. I like to go too fast to trust my skidding.

Posted over 11 years ago

JridesSF

JridesSF says:

lol trust in yourself ! learn how to spin out and take off the brake.

Posted over 11 years ago

kim_tennedy

kim_tennedy says:

facepalmin'. Nice FTP proof.

Posted over 11 years ago

J-Dogg

J-Dogg says:

Not to be a hater, but JridesSF, you have a Windsor hour. You can afford to take off your brakes and crash a bike like that. Good job on keeping a brake, Proof.

Posted over 11 years ago

richie

richie says:

holly, You can probally do bar spins on that fork):

Posted almost 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Maybe, if I had risers or something but the bars definitely hit right now. Not really interested in trying it. The rake isn't any sharper than the complete FTP's fork.

Posted almost 12 years ago

richie

richie says:

I think your bikes pretty.

Posted almost 12 years ago

dedeeadee

dedeeadee says:

damnnn its my favorite frame :'c

Posted about 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Thanks, I like it a lot.

Posted about 12 years ago

aleight

aleight says:

cool!!!

Posted over 12 years ago

ku2bio

ku2bio says:

nice bike

Posted over 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Thanks

Posted over 12 years ago

imran

imran says:

Handsome bike

Posted over 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Thank you very much!

Posted over 12 years ago

charlie

charlie says:

Looks good, is that a scanned film photo? Bet you ride yours more than I mine.

Posted over 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Thanks! It is my only bike right now so I either ride it or burn dinosaur corpses and I'm trying to lay off the dinosaurs.

Posted over 12 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

cool man!

Posted over 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Thanks. You've actually got one of the few other fixed geared bikes I've seen with a TT brake on. I'm not completely sold on it yet.

Posted over 12 years ago

max5480

max5480 says:

which my bianchi pista? I hate the TT brake. I have levers/ cross tops on my two fixed gears now.

Posted over 12 years ago

prooftheory

prooftheory says:

Yeah, your Bianchi pista. It is beautiful in the pics you have now.

Posted over 12 years ago