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LOW// SS C R I T

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Frame:
LOW// SS CRIT (custom fit)

Fork/Headset:
No22 Full Carbon Tapered Track Fork / Ritchey Pro Tapered DropIn Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Dura Ace 7710 170mm / Dura Ace 7710 BB

Pedals:
LOOK Keo 2 Blade Carbon Cr

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura Ace 15T / Dura Ace 50T / Izumi V-toughness

Handlebars/Stem:
Ritchey WCS Carbon MonoCurve Integrated

Saddle/Seatpost:
San Marco Aspide Superlegerra / Ritchey WCS Carbon

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DURA ACE 7600 20H *or* DURA ACE 7710 32H

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DURA ACE 7600 24H *or* DURA ACE 7710 32H

Accessories:
Lizard Skin 1.8 bartape

Added by DoctorLarch. Last updated about 1 month ago.

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pacz

pacz says:

Do get any overlap on this beast?

Posted almost 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Nope

Posted almost 2 years ago

IsaakMan

IsaakMan says:

Damn where did the CF Suzue Pro Max's go? Looks so clean

Posted almost 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Sold for a good price and to switch to full 7710 ;)

Posted almost 2 years ago

jmireles

jmireles says:

Damn looks hot

Posted almost 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

thanks ;)

Posted almost 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Bought them second hand

Posted about 2 years ago

rexzxh

rexzxh says:

Silver spokes could be better looking

Posted about 2 years ago

yungtheo

yungtheo says:

how did you get these hubs??

Posted about 2 years ago

Byron

Byron says:

in your honest opinion, if you had to choose between the pursuit and the ss crit, which one will you choose and why?

Posted about 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Depends on your use of it really. To shred streets and foul around the pursuit. For more serious racing and crit obviously the ss crit is perfect for the job. But then you can shred that too inda streets.. It's up to you

Posted about 2 years ago

itsfx

itsfx says:

: >

Posted over 2 years ago

crashoverride

crashoverride says:

damn, thats a nice bike! any reason for replacing the rotor cranks with Sugino?'Personally I think the Sugino looks better, but replacing rotor seems unnecessary :p

Posted almost 3 years ago

crashoverride

crashoverride says:

Never mind that, I see you have many bikes!! :P

Posted almost 3 years ago

FABEL

FABEL says:

still a legit question. seems like w/ Low's, you've gone through Rotor, 75DD, & DA's. curious what you'll settle on & why

Posted over 2 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

The crankset has stayed the same for some time now. It is set on the SG75DD it seems. It is a great crank when correctly installed (some issues with the clamping on the non drive side crank arm that kept on coming loose at first).

Posted over 2 years ago

papychullo

papychullo says:

this is magnifique ! #thumbsup

Posted about 3 years ago

ghostridethewhip

ghostridethewhip says:

+1

Posted about 3 years ago

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

god damn, looks like a rocket

Posted about 3 years ago

DoctorLarch

DoctorLarch says:

Feels like one too !

Posted about 3 years ago

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