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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 over 5 years ago.

24 Comments

Losev

Losev says:

red = fast :)

Posted almost 11 years ago

BetahProd

BetahProd says:

+++++++

Posted about 11 years ago

IRLeo

IRLeo says:

aero stays are awesone!

Posted about 11 years ago

syahiddhan

syahiddhan says:

love it!

Posted about 11 years ago

edirza

edirza says:

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

Posted about 11 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

Thank you! Rims and saddle. 56.5

Posted about 11 years ago

FvckGasoline

FvckGasoline says:

clean :) build

Posted about 11 years ago

Ewwyou

Ewwyou says:

Those chainstays! Great build!

Posted about 11 years ago

Fricksquad

Fricksquad says:

That fork is insane!

Posted about 11 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 11 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 11 years ago

Garuuk

Garuuk says:

i'm with Lurvey

Posted about 11 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 11 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 11 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 11 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

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

Posted about 11 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 11 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 11 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

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

Posted about 11 years ago

sublime

sublime says:

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

Posted about 11 years ago

Unclip

Unclip says:

Oh my god. Dude, I love your Makino. Perfect build. <3

Posted about 11 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

Thank you, man!

Posted about 11 years ago

retrac1324

retrac1324 says:

Looks great!

Posted about 11 years ago

famousright

famousright says:

Thank you, fellow redditor!

Posted about 11 years ago