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Frame:
Nashbar Nekkid 1 / 61cm / 2011

Fork/Headset:
Retrogression Track / FSA Orbit X

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
SRAM S100 / PowerSpline

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Shimano MX30 18t Freewheel / SRAM 48t Chainring / SRAM PC951 Chain

Handlebars/Stem:
Gravity Light / Dimension 130mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Velo Saddle / Origin8 Classique Sport

Brakes:
Shimano Tiagra Front Caliper / Tektro R369 Rear Caliper / SRAM BL700 Levers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open Pro / Redline (Formula) / Schwalbe CX Pro

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Open Pro / Redline (Formula) / Schwalbe CX Pro

Bike History

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

  1. Coaster Days
  2. Fixed Transition
  3. City Masher
  4. Gravel Grinder
  5. Clipless Pedals
  6. Stem and Seatpost
  7. For Sale (Kinda)
  8. Hometown Cruiser
  9. For Sale, Again.
  10. Shop Errand Bike

Current Stage Info:

With the frame still sitting around my house and having enough parts to build it up, it was time to put it back in service. It works great for grabbing lunch or running to the store.

Added by m_sobie. Last updated about 2 months ago.

As of about 2 months ago, m_sobie has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

18 Comments

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

The photos from this look just like where my cousin lives, is it a suburb near de pere? Great bike by the way

Posted almost 6 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

Thanks man! I'm about 25 miles southwest of De Pere in Appleton.

Posted almost 6 years ago

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

That's crazy my cousin lives there

Posted almost 6 years ago

Kurzawa

Kurzawa says:

I bet you have a lot of fun riding fixed in dirt ;)

Posted almost 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

Definitely do! Being able to just turn off a road and explore a trail allows for so much more riding opportunities. Debating about changing it up again, this time with a front disc brake.

Posted almost 7 years ago

CaptainSlowdive

CaptainSlowdive says:

Wow. So nice.

Posted about 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

Thanks. I do reminisce on this setup, however if I returned to this, I'd miss the current setup more.

Posted about 7 years ago

Zeb_pepperoni

Zeb_pepperoni says:

this is awesome with the risers and knobbies

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

Thanks man! It's SO awesome to ride, too!

Posted over 7 years ago

SpoonRules

SpoonRules says:

This looks fun with the new tires.

Any issues with hitting the bag, with your legs?

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

The wider tires and risers have definitely created the opportunity for so much more fun. I'm glad I changed it up; I love me some off-road cycling. =]

As far as the pack goes, it really depends on how much I stuff into it. Usually a bag of granola and tools keeps it fairly streamline to the frame, but any more and it could start to rub. It's not a huge annoyance though since I have super long femurs that extend beyond the pack. I just have to tuck the zipper under the frame otherwise it will flap in the wind.

Posted over 7 years ago

thebaron

thebaron says:

why is there a bag? especially that corner looking thing.

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

I moved the bandana forward on the top tube to protect from bar swing. The frame pack is for carrying tools/snack. Just rode it 55 miles today on it along unused train rails converted into limestone trails (Wiouwash and Friendship Trails).

Posted over 7 years ago

Jweeks

Jweeks says:

Why is there a bandana on the top tube?

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

It hides a brake cable guide, haha! It also gives a bit of padding for when I carry my bike on my shoulder.

Posted over 7 years ago

igobackwardsHNL

igobackwardsHNL says:

i really like the fsa fork!

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

Thanks, however, the headset is by FSA, not the fork. ;)klokkkkkkkkk bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb7

Gah! I guess my cat felt like she had something to say.

Posted over 7 years ago

Rzjarvis93

Rzjarvis93 says:

how do you like that fyxation saddle?

Posted over 7 years ago

m_sobie

m_sobie says:

I wouldn't say it's much of a comfort saddle, but I don't really ride leisurely on this bike and am putting much of my weight into the crank arms. I wanted an inexpensive, sporty saddle and the Pilot fit the bill. It was one of the few saddles that appealed to me that the vendor I purchased the crankset from offered. Seems to be of good quality for the price.

Posted over 7 years ago