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Stinner Frameworks Custom Road

My fully custom 2015 Stinner Road bike with Ultegra 6800, handbuit built in Santa Barbara, CA by Stinner Frameworks. Tubeset is a Mixture of Columbus Spirit/Life and True Temper OX Platinum chromoly tubing. Geometry is built to my fit and specifications, which calls for a steep and aggressive position. The bike handles, sprints and corners like a champ. It is a beast in the crits and always begs for more. Love this bike! Final build weight hovers around 18 lbs with pedals depending on what tires I'm running.

Frame:
Stinner Road

Fork/Headset:
Enve Road 2.0, Chris King InSet 8, Black, Tapered

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Ultegra 6800 / Ultegra 6800

Pedals:
Shimano 105 5800

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
53/39 x 11-26

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Ultegra 6800

Handlebars/Stem:
FSA SL-K 44cm, Thomson Elite X2 130mm -10ยบ

Saddle/Seatpost:
Selle Italia Flite / Thomson Masterpiece 27.2mm

Brakes:
Ultegra 6800

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Challenge Paris-Roubaix 27c, H Plus Son Archetype (24H), Sapim Lasers, BHS SLF71W, Handbuilt

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Challenge Paris-Roubaix 27c, H Plus Son Archetype (28H), Sapim Lasers, BHS SL210, Handbuilt

Accessories:
K-Edge XL Garmin Mount

Added by trutone. Last updated about 4 years ago.

17 Comments

nith1313

nith1313 says:

hot damn

Posted 12 days ago

greenwaychampion

greenwaychampion says:

Damn yeah.

Posted almost 2 years ago

Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

Hot!

Posted almost 3 years ago

AL2

AL2 says:

woah , this is nice... nice wheels

Posted about 4 years ago

horchatamaster

horchatamaster says:

Rad!!

Posted about 4 years ago

JoeHewison

JoeHewison says:

Oh man, just found out these guys are SB recently. How are you liking the H Plus Sons, they seem to be popping up on a lot of custom bikes recently?

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

I like the Archetypes, but pony up a bit of extra dough and you can get something like Pacenti SL23s or HED Ardennes+ or similar with wider profiles and tubeless compatibility.

Posted about 4 years ago

joserheo

joserheo says:

This is really nice man!

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

Thank you kindly!

Posted about 4 years ago

yourframeandfocus

yourframeandfocus says:

This has got to be one of my all time favorites, holy shit this is nice!

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

Thanks!

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

30mm is gonna be tough. ENVE was not lying when they said the fork has 28mm true max clearance. Interestingly, the limiting factor isnt the fork, it's the brake caliper. I was running the Paris roubaix 27cs on HED Belgium plus (25mm) rims . It was tight... the front would not clear the 6800 brake pivot without filing the caliper AND setting it off center. Even then it would rub when I cornered. Oddly the rear never had issues, probably due to the higher caliper mounting point. 30mm seems like it would only work on really skinny rims... the 27cs measure out to 30.8mm on my Belgium Pluses.You have to account for 1-2 mm of tire stretch post-install too.

Posted over 2 years ago

yourframeandfocus

yourframeandfocus says:

I plan on running Paris Roubaix tires on H+Son TB14's though... hopefully they will clear the Enve fork.....I would hate to run a smaller tire.

Posted over 2 years ago

sheepdog84

sheepdog84 says:

wow. looks comfy and fast... this is a solid build!

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

Thank you, the bike is definitely very comfy and fast!

Posted about 4 years ago

GeorgeWashingtonMobsDeep

GeorgeWashingtonMobsDeep says:

Excellent!

Posted about 4 years ago

trutone

trutone says:

Thanks!

Posted about 4 years ago