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Makino NJS [Currently on sale]

Frame:
2007 Makino NJS

Fork/Headset:
Makino NJS/Hatta Swan NJS

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Dura-Ace 7600 NJS/Hatta r9400 NJS

Pedals:
MKS RX-1 NJS/MKS Steel Toeclips NJS/Toshi Straps NJS

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura-Ace/Dura-Ace SS-7600 16t NJS/Dura-Ace FC-7710 47t NJS/D.I.D Racing Pro NJS

Handlebars/Stem:
Nitto B206AA/Nitto N.J. Pro Jaguar 65 degrees 90mm NJS

Saddle/Seatpost:
Brooks Professional/Nitto SP72 NJS

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya RC540/Dura-Ace HB-7600 36h NJS/Schwalbe Lugano/Hoshi Spokes

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Araya RC540/Dura-Ace HB-7600 36h NJS/Continental Gatorskin/Hoshi Spokes

Accessories:
Champ grips

Bike History

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

  1. Initial
  2. Stage 2
  3. City edition

Current Stage Info:

This how my bike looks after 4 years of riding

Added by famousright. Last updated 7 months ago.

Latest 20 Comments

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Losev

Losev says:

red = fast :)

Posted over 5 years ago

BetahProd

BetahProd says:

+++++++

Posted about 6 years ago

IRLeo

IRLeo says:

aero stays are awesone!

Posted about 6 years ago

syahiddhan

syahiddhan says:

love it!

Posted about 6 years ago

edirza

edirza says:

full njs, except the rims, eh ?
looking really great by the way.
what size it is ?

Posted about 6 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

Thank you! Rims and saddle. 56.5

Posted about 6 years ago

FvckGasoline

FvckGasoline says:

clean :) build

Posted about 6 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

Those chainstays! Great build!

Posted about 6 years ago

Fricksquad

Fricksquad says:

That fork is insane!

Posted about 6 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

That's a fresh good looking Makino you got there. Too bad, the sizing didn't suit you well :(

Posted about 6 years ago

Lurvey

Lurvey says:

Just because there isn't a mile of seatpost, doesn't mean it doesn't fit him. If anything, your's is too small for you.

Posted about 6 years ago

Garuuk

Garuuk says:

i'm with Lurvey

Posted about 6 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

As you can see, this Nagasawa frame doesn't suit the racer either http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-a8ZKzTNGM

Posted about 6 years ago

stalag13

stalag13 says:

Depends on how this is being ridden. For track only applications where you're constantly tucked into an aero position, having a fistful of seatpost like what you see here is practical. But for any sort of street riding, which I imagine is what this ride is mainly for, having a smaller frame and being more upright would be more suitable.

Posted about 6 years ago

hmdns

hmdns says:

@ Lurvey : Did I said that my bridgestone fits me well?! Read comments from stalaq13, and IMO smaller frames = better handling. Oh btw, I ride my NJS daily to work :)

Posted about 6 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

Did you color-correct these shots? The red looks really vibrant! Great build!

Posted about 6 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

Yes, I have a made color correction, but only to match it's real color. The auto color balance doesn't always work too well. So it is as red as it looks.

Posted about 6 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

I know this all too well, and I assume the person who came up with the term did as well, hence the "correction" ;P

Posted about 6 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

I can tell it looking at the photos of your awesome Cervelo T3.

Posted about 6 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

Believe it or not those weren't edited in any way :)

Posted about 6 years ago

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