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Gold Coast Track Bike

Get hit by a car, you'll get a rad new bike.

Frame:
2014 Gold Coast Track Frame // True-Temper OX Platinum

Fork/Headset:
Spot Cro-Moly Straight Blade // Torelli Threadless Sealed

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Truvativ Touro // Truvativ Powerspline

Pedals:
MKS GR-10

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
55T CDX Sprocket // Gates Carbon Drive Belt

Handlebars/Stem:
Ritchey Comp Logic Curve // Ritchey WCS 4-Axis

Saddle/Seatpost:
Spot Saddle // Ritchey Pro

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Alex DA22 // Spot Hub // Vittoria Rubino

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic CXP-22 // Spot Hub // Soma Ever-Wear

Accessories:
King Cage

Added by wywarner. Last updated almost 8 years ago.

7 Comments

_rd

_rd says:

Nice bike. I have two belt drive bikes (sscx, ssmtb) and would LOVE to try this on my track bike / fixed. I imagine it feels wonderfully smooth without any chain slack from forward to back pressure. Any hiccups skidding? What tension do you run?

Posted over 8 years ago

wywarner

wywarner says:

No hiccups at all! I just had it transferred from my old bike, so I haven't laid any hands on it, local bike shop did their business widdit

Posted over 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

i've seen lots of belt drive on a city/urban bike with internal gears... this is actually my first time seeing it on a track bike.. how does it feels?

Posted over 8 years ago

wywarner

wywarner says:

really really smooth. I loved it so much I refused to go back to a regular chain when looking for a replacement for my last bike

Posted over 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

i've always put my eyes on a drive belt equipped bike on my lbs.. looks sexy.. but the only thing that comes on my mind "will it last long?".. do you skid to stop?

Posted over 8 years ago

wywarner

wywarner says:

Yes, the belt is supposed to last substantially longer than a traditional chain without any rust or oiling. I do some of the time, and I haven't had any problems with it at all

Posted over 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

damn! glad to see that it's actually something worth buying.. if it's that durable and needs less maintenance, i think i'll be saving money for my work horse.. thanks for the insights

Posted over 8 years ago