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Frame:
Low Pursuit

Fork/Headset:
Enve Road 2.0/Chris King

Pedals:
Shimano M540

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
SRAM Omnium/Phil Wood/44rn/HKK Vertex

Handlebars/Stem:
3T Ergonova Pro/Specialized S-Works SL

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione/Thomson Masterpiece

Brakes:
Ultegra/SRAM S500

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son SL42/Mack Superlight/Ultremo DD

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son Formation Face/Mack Superlight/Gatorskin Hardshell

Added by Taikis. Last updated almost 10 years ago.

As of almost 10 years ago, Taikis has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

15 Comments

MattM

MattM says:

Thanks for the reply. Yeah sounds like a simple but effective fix mate. Cheers.

Posted over 10 years ago

MattM

MattM says:

Hey dude. Have you locked one of the leavers? If so what leavers are you running? In the middle of a build and I want to run drops and hoods but don't want to have a leaver flapping around.

Posted over 10 years ago

Taikis

Taikis says:

Hi! Levers are Sram S500 and I have simply a rubber band on the lever that isn't connected to a brake. Zip ties probably work as well. I don't know if other manufacturers have a spring in their brake levers..

Posted over 10 years ago

ultimaform

ultimaform says:

Nice build.

Envy those ENVE.

Posted over 10 years ago

Jweeks

Jweeks says:

The road fork has the wrong rake for the frame...

Posted almost 11 years ago

imgs

imgs says:

ENVE road forks are minimum 40mm rake, 10mm greater than the intended 30mm Alpina F04. That said, does 10mm make a huge difference in a pursuit frame?

Posted over 10 years ago

MikeyxVx

MikeyxVx says:

Wow! Looks great man. Digging the enve fork for sure. Those frames are so legit.

Posted almost 11 years ago

igobackwardsHNL

igobackwardsHNL says:

hot

Posted almost 11 years ago

Noypi

Noypi says:

Very Nice!

Posted almost 11 years ago

Killerseagull

Killerseagull says:

Just a question of course and I prefer that position for riding.

Posted almost 11 years ago

Killerseagull

Killerseagull says:

Um did you take off the rear caliper for photos or do you just like to have two leavers for the positioning.

Posted almost 11 years ago

stalag13

stalag13 says:

No need for a rear brake with a fixed gear. Probably has both levers for hoods positioning.

Posted almost 11 years ago

Taikis

Taikis says:

Low frames don't have rear brake mount. I prefer riding with hoods..

Posted almost 11 years ago

DayumPanda

DayumPanda says:

Clean set up!

Posted almost 11 years ago

brianchang32

brianchang32 says:

Clean, love the Enve Fork.

Posted almost 11 years ago