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Nabiis Alchemy 2

Such a really good bike, I'm really glad I decided to take a risk and purchased this frame without really knowing much about it and In the end it just blew away my mind

Frame:
Nabiis A2

Fork/Headset:
A2 carbon fork

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Rotor 3D cranks and Rotor BB

Pedals:
Shimano 105

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Phil Wood Cog, Izumi Gold

Handlebars/Stem:
Cinelli Ram 2 Carbon

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Airone Carbon/ Zipp Service Course SL

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Pacenti SL23/ Phil Wood Hub/ Gatorskin Hardshell

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Pacenti SL23/ Phil Wood Hub/ Gatorskin Hardshell

Added by Mustbee. Last updated over 8 years ago.

7 Comments

joserheo

joserheo says:

How are your wheels holding up? I'm planning to build those to those rims.

Posted over 8 years ago

Mustbee

Mustbee says:

Really good haven't had a problem yet

Posted over 8 years ago

jbrosinski

jbrosinski says:

Herra Sexy. ;0

Posted almost 9 years ago

Mustbee

Mustbee says:

Thank you

Posted almost 9 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Wheel set aside, Its a little strange to buy a frame with this kind of Geo just to bump up the bars with all those spacers. Though the steertube is aluminum and should be fine, even if it had been carbon.

Posted almost 9 years ago

Eingang

Eingang says:

you invested so much money in all the bling parts, gloves and helmet and than such a cheap wheel set with machined rims for brakes? however, cut that steerer and put a spacer above the stem, this is how it should be. and carbon is the most stiff material, you won't have enough power to bend anything (look at track cycling bikes).

Posted almost 9 years ago

outofstep

outofstep says:

you may want to drop the stem down a bit.
if the steerer tube is full carbon, the flex from pulling the bars can cause the steerer tube to snap. not saying it will happen, but it is just safer to ride when the steerer is really long.

Posted almost 9 years ago