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Skream Sprint V2

Built my first aluminium set up on a budget after riding on shitty steel frame

Frame:
Skream Sprint V2

Fork/Headset:
Skream

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram S100 48t / Truativ BB

Pedals:
Shimano SPD

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
HKK chain / Brandless 14t cog / BLB lockring

Handlebars/Stem:
Deda 7deg 100mm stem / Deda RHM02 42cm / Fyxation Pink tape

Saddle/Seatpost:
3T Ionic / Prologo

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rinpoch Rw490 Aero / CST 23c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Rinpoch Rw490 Aero / CST 25c

Accessories:
Cateye Padrone Speedo

Bike History

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

  1. Freshly set up
  2. One month in and no changes yet
  3. Stage 3
  4. Finally got a matching cockpit

Current Stage Info:

Everything is perfect now. All I need is a crankset upgrade. And maybe get a 15t cog for some easy riding. On a side note, I won my first alleycat recently with my riser bar set up.

Added by JeffEMJAY. Last updated over 2 years ago.

11 Comments

Yellownese

Yellownese says:

Nice build! I'm thinking of getting the same frameset myself. Does it feel comfortable? Does it feel too low

Posted almost 3 years ago

JeffEMJAY

JeffEMJAY says:

Thanks man. Well, it's pretty decent and feel quite comfortable with my current set up tho it is a little heavy due to me using Budget parts. The frame itself is designed as a compact pursuit geometry so it sure does feel quite Low, which I got used to quite fast actually. But some thing to take note for this frame is the chainring clearance and the toe overlap which is kinda annoying at times. But all in all, it's a great frame to ride on. Hope you have fun if you ever get one of this.

Posted almost 3 years ago

Yellownese

Yellownese says:

Cool thanks for replying man. Will definitely be getting this frameset in the next few months. Mind telling me your frame size, your height and your inseam?

Posted almost 3 years ago

JeffEMJAY

JeffEMJAY says:

I'm riding a size 55 and I'm roughly about 178~180cm. I'm not sure about my inseam tho.

Posted almost 3 years ago

johnymnemonic

johnymnemonic says:

Hi bro, I am using a SRAM S300 crankset, so as with yours it comes with a 3/32 chainring, do you have noise issues with yours, from the chain I mean what chain do you use? thx

Posted almost 3 years ago

JeffEMJAY

JeffEMJAY says:

Hey man. I'm using a HKK vertex chain, the cheapest one I can find. I do get some noise from my drivetrain, but I'm guessing it's due to my cog and chainring not bing in line.

Posted almost 3 years ago

johnymnemonic

johnymnemonic says:

thanks man, mine problem is exactly the same, as the chainring is so close to the frame that is absolutely impossible for me to get it alligned with the cog. I got in touch with some custom bike constructors and they said they gave up using the Sram S300 for the same reason, what a shame - this crankset is so beautiful

Posted almost 3 years ago

JeffEMJAY

JeffEMJAY says:

Well, actually I managed to silenced it with a little extra lube on the chain. It does still make some noise occasionally at Low speed and gather much more dirt and grime, but yea, lube does help abit.

Posted almost 3 years ago

johnymnemonic

johnymnemonic says:

well man thanks for the advice, your frame is great by the way, I bet it is even better quality than the "recognized" brands where you spend your money on a name. 7005 T6 is one of the finest aluminum compounds and the paintjob is also great. Enjoy! :)

Posted almost 3 years ago

gipsy

gipsy says:

very clean building

Posted about 3 years ago

JeffEMJAY

JeffEMJAY says:

Thanks man. That's a pretty sick ass Colnago frame you have :)

Posted about 3 years ago