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KHS FliteOneHundred 2012 (SOLD)

not that expensive build for my weekend speeder

Frame:
KHS Flite 100, 50cm

Fork/Headset:
Stock KHS Flite 100 fork/FSA 1 inch threadless

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Pake Single Speed Crank/ Miche 107mm

Pedals:
MKS Sylvan Track Pedals + MKS Deep Doublegate Clips

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura Ace NJS 14T/ BBB 48T Chainring /KMC 410 Rustbuster

Derailleurs/Shifters:
N/A

Handlebars/Stem:
United Components Anatomic road drops / BBB Roadforce 100mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Royal Seta, PolygonBike Edition / Kalloy 26.8

Brakes:
FLKR ubrake - Diatech Gold Finger

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open Sport/Novatec/Maxxis Detonator 700x23C

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open Sport /Novatec/Maxxis Detonator 700x23C

Accessories:
Bianchi Bar Tape, Foss Inner Tube, Minoura Saddle Mount, BBB Bottlecage

Bike History

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

  1. Initial (ver 1.0)
  2. need some changes, (ver 1.1)
  3. speed upgrade (ver 1.2)
  4. FliteOneHundred (ver 1.3)
  5. replacing the rims (ver 1.4)
  6. bars replacement (ver 1.5)
  7. stem and bars replacement (ver 1.6)
  8. rims replacement (ver 1.7)

Current Stage Info:

changed my rims because of some fungus build up on the brake lines of my previous wheels.. tried to remove them using some chemical polish.. turned out that it already "eat" the wall and leaving some "craters" after being removed..

that's what happened when you live in a tropical country and forced to leave the bike inside a humid storage room at home for a while because of some college stuffs

Added by rifqi23cool. Last updated over 6 years ago.

As of over 6 years ago, rifqi23cool has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

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DayumPanda

DayumPanda says:

You are allowed to have brakes on the track?

Posted almost 7 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

nope, too dangerous to have them on during race.. the pic i took was a test ride before i raced with my friend.. during the race, i took down the brakes.. besides, i was alone during that test ride, so no one bothers :D

Posted almost 7 years ago

DayumPanda

DayumPanda says:

okay cool! My track is very strict on stuff like that. And plus I can't even put brakes on my bike LOL

Posted almost 7 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

LOL, NJS Forks never had any drillings for brakes... btw, i saw your bike and i love it!

Posted almost 7 years ago

DayumPanda

DayumPanda says:

Thanks! I like yours too, cheers!

Posted almost 7 years ago

AlamSaputra

AlamSaputra says:

kaya pernah gowes bareng :p

Posted over 7 years ago

ignatius0108

ignatius0108 says:

Kayak pernah pake :p

Posted almost 7 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

flite user juga? :D

Posted almost 7 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

You flite has come along nicely.
and yes track drops are not that comfy, especially on long rides. hence why bulls, tt bars and road bars grace a lot of street track... for me it's was a lack of good hand positions on my deda pistas, particularly when climing hills/grades. so I went back to deda chrono nero's & nitto rb021 for steet commuting and leave the pistas for the Velo...nice wolrd chanp stipes
how do you like the maxi detonators?

Posted almost 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

thinking the exact same thing about handlebars.. last year i was using bullhorns and riser bars on my previous bike i bought from ace hardware before i sold it to my neighbor.. both bullhorns and riser serves well for street riding, no wrist pain after long rides, no pain when climbing hills and more knee clearance for long crotch skids downhill... but i'm about to make this bike "track use only" after i finish my ongoing roadbike project.. gonna change the ratio somewhere around 50-14 or 52-14 and i'll be taking off the brakes as well.. so after my project finishes, this baby will never touch asphalt again.. that makes the trackbars stay :D.. || about Maxiss detonator, i love it because they're not that expensive, 175.000 Indonesian Rupiahs each (around 18 $US).. secondly, i accidentally hit glass shrapnel from smashed beer bottles on the street several times... no holes til this very moment.. i can rely on these tires :)

Posted almost 8 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

Sounds good.
That ratio should be good too. Not to tough to accelerate, won't tear your knees.
I don't know how some people are using 52x12 in such on the street... Cant b good. I'll leave that for my road bikes that have a derailure so I can shift Rasputin into such gears.

Posted almost 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

i saw some kids in Jakarta with steep ratios without brakes on the street.. saw 52T front chainrings with cog around 13/14/15.. that's not very healthy and dangerous isn't it?

Posted almost 8 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

it can be, deppends on how smart you ride.
44's-47's chain rings with 14-16 cogs good for tricks. 47's-51's 16-19 cogs good for areas with flats and hills. 52-55's with 12-16 cogs good for racing (preferably on the velo) cool for street as long as you build the drivetrain properly with good components, ride smart and safe and know your body's limits... I'm a road cyclist first and formost.. so I'm not into skid & tricks much to none (which also alows me to run even numbers on both my cog & chainrings), although I have and seen benifits in learning some sitting and standing skids( I still keep a brake on front with slight soft pumps to help reduce my caddence when at high speeds)
so I tend to run 48-52's on the chain ring(48 & 50 for fixed/ 49, 51, 52 on ss freewheel)
16, 17, 18 cogs on fixed & 16's & 15's on freewheel.

Posted almost 8 years ago

Rdnt

Rdnt says:

chat it up with Mustangwolf, Coomer, Schrod others on here, they have good advice on ratios and such.
so far you're doing good. keep heading in that direction.

Posted almost 8 years ago

Mharisma

Mharisma says:

keren bgt bro flitenyaa :D

Posted almost 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

ah bisa aja bro, hehehe.. thanks yaaa :D

Posted almost 8 years ago

reyhanmahardika

reyhanmahardika says:

potong sisa forknya bro!

Posted almost 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

done! cuman belum update foto, hehehehe.. btw, shimano ente keren!

Posted almost 8 years ago

reyhanmahardika

reyhanmahardika says:

ohhhhh wokee laahh sippp deh update tuhh :D ah ente bisa ajaa

Posted almost 8 years ago

MonsieurGloomy

MonsieurGloomy says:

Clean and practical. Don't put many stickers on to look like every other fixie out there. It's a beauty as it is.

Posted almost 8 years ago

rifqi23cool

rifqi23cool says:

thanks monsieur.. not planning to put any, except the rainbow stripes on the seattube.. even she's not a professional track bike, at least i want her to look like one, clean and stickerless :D

Posted almost 8 years ago

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