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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 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 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 about 10 years ago