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NYC Fuji Track Pro 2009

This is my first track build and I tried to get as much track specific parts as possible. Hopefully be able to bring it to a velodrome soon. Let me know what you think, thank you and enjoy your ride.

Frame:
Fuji Track Pro 2009 / Size L 58cm

Fork/Headset:
Fuji FC-770 Bonded Carbon, FSA Integrated Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram Omnium 170mm Truvativ GXP Bottom Bracket

Pedals:
MKS Sylvan pedals, MKS Double straps, All-City Nylon Cages / Shimano PD-M520 SPD Pedals / Forte Pro CFR Road Pedal

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Phil Wood 17T : FSA Track 49T 144BCD / Izumi ECO 1/2 x 1/8in.

Handlebars/Stem:
Deda Pista Stem 100mm, Deda Pista Bar 40cm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle SMP Stratos / Fuji Integrated Seatpost

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ellipse Front / Michelin Pro 3 Race 700x23

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic Ellipse Rear / Freedom Thickslick 700x25

Accessories:
Some photos contain components from previous stages. Each stage represents the bike in a different state (new parts, paint, etc.)

More Info:
Entire bike weighs 18Lbs. with tires pumped up to 100psi.

Added by KeViiNJAi. Last updated over 1 year ago.

As of over 1 year ago, KeViiNJAi has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

21 Comments

betenoire

betenoire says:

so fresh, damn. ive never ridden a FTP . enjoy!

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

Thanks! Pretty stiff ride but i have gotten use to it.

Posted over 6 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

Nice progress, especially love the latest build, the black components go well

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

Thanks, spent a lot of time and money on this bike but its all worth it. It has come a long way since i first got the frame.

Posted over 6 years ago

Kevin_R

Kevin_R says:

oh I recognize that picture, youre nivek on the page, and yeah I know the feeling, makes riding it all the more worth it

Posted over 6 years ago

Smak

Smak says:

Pretty good looking bike there :)

Posted over 6 years ago

MegaDavidHa

MegaDavidHa says:

Nice build on your FTP

Posted over 6 years ago

winnerultra

winnerultra says:

hey nice bike dude.

Posted over 6 years ago

quixoticle

quixoticle says:

It seems that you assume the saddle rails are supposed to be level with the top tube? Well, regardless of whatever thought is going into the various saddle set-ups you've go going on, they're all incorrect. Unless you're riding an extremely aggressive pursuit-style frame, the top part, aka the part you sit on, of the saddle is intended to be leveled out. When you have the saddle sloping down like you do, not only is a lot of your body weight falling on your wrists, but you could potentially lose control of the bike if your weight is not sitting properly or you're riding in some unnatural position, and you have to maneuver or skid suddenly. It looks to me like you need to cut down the seat mast somewhat, and judging by your Dawes, either this bike is wayy to big for you, or the Dawes was way too small. The same person cannot ride both of those bikes. Judging by your profile pic, it looks like the saddles on your bikes are set far too high for you to have an efficient, controlled and thus safe peddlestroke - which is essential on a brakeless fixie. Google search either of the saddles you own and see how the majority of others have them set up. Otherwise go into a bikeshop and ask them to fit you properly to your Fuji. You'll thank yourself! Remember, at the bottom of the peddlestroke, you foot is supposed to be flat and your knee slightly bent.

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

Thanks! I leveled out the SMP and adjusted it after a few rides; it ended up at almost the same angle as the picture. i had my FTP fitted at a bike shop before they cut my seat tube and my Dawes was way too small for me but i kept it as a communter until i bought the Unknown LV1. my FTP is really comfortable right now and i spend a good amount of time on the drops. I am however having a little trouble fitting my Unknown since i took the risk of buying a non-setback seatpost. Thanks for the advice, i learn something new everyday! :)

Posted over 6 years ago

ssornavi

ssornavi says:

what are those deda bullshorns? i looked on the site and the only ones similar are the crononero's but yours are flatter

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

Yea they are Deda CronoNero Low Riders. i currently have them on my Unknown Lv1.

im not sure what you mean by flatter. maybe they have a new model that i dont know about.

Posted over 6 years ago

akahenry

akahenry says:

Bro I'm thinking about investing in a tri spoke myself, how do you like your trispoke?

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

It looks cool, rides really smooth, strong and great for city riding. the only thing i dont like about it is the weight. i would be a lot happier with the carbon HED3c.

Posted over 6 years ago

sloman

sloman says:

Now find a track and go.

Posted over 6 years ago

JSTEWART304

JSTEWART304 says:

Totally love your stem/bar combo! And I've been thinking about getting an ellipse set as well but can't convince myself to buy them for street riding.

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

Thanks, the stem is definitely my favorite part of the bike. My Ellipses ride great and can handle NYC streets but they really shine when i bring them to Central Park roads.

Posted over 6 years ago

g0tyupimp

g0tyupimp says:

Nice build. Yea gotta fix the saddle angle

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

i just got the saddle and rode with it once, its comfortable at this angle when i use the drops but will definitely adjust the angle everytime i ride until i find the right one.

Posted over 6 years ago

nightstalker

nightstalker says:

that saddle angle

Posted over 6 years ago

KeViiNJAi

KeViiNJAi says:

i know it looks really weird but the saddle angle is at zero degrees. Selle SMP saddles have a weird ergonomic design.

Posted over 6 years ago