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Unknown bike co. lv3

Great responsive and stiff a lot better than my old lv2 a lot of detail in this frame check us out at https://www.facebook.com/Dropdrones

Frame:
Unknown bike co. lv3 track frame 53cm

Fork/Headset:
Planetx Tt full carbon/ canecreek is-3 / carbon spacers

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Black Sram omnium 165mm / sram gxp

Pedals:
Black look keo classics

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
48x16/ sram chainring / izumi chain

Handlebars/Stem:
Fsa wing compact pro 42cm / deda big logo

Saddle/Seatpost:
Specialized romin EVO 145mm / Integrated seatpost

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic ellipse / specialized mondo slick or mavic cxp22

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Mavic ellipse / bontrager t1 25c

Accessories:
Knog 12 function cycling computer, fizik bar tape

More Info:
Only 24 of these frames made in USA bought with 2 other friends, realy solid frame from looks so far loving the black sparkle paintjob great looking frame

Added by rich13g. Last updated almost 10 years ago.

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Nathap470

Nathap470 says:

hot

Posted about 7 years ago

chriscarr

chriscarr says:

U had a nice frame mate..
But correct me if I'm wrong..
This frame looks like Ciclo Fissato..
U can compare the model of this frame with mine.. there's no different I think.. thx anyway..

Posted over 8 years ago

bigturkfred24

bigturkfred24 says:

quick question what seat clamp post clamp did you buy? and I'm 5'6 is a 55 lv3 a good size for me? and how did you cut the integrated seat post? thanks in advance if you reply

Posted over 9 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

It comes with the frame I had someone cut it for I'm 5'8 with 53cm though I only cut like 1cm off the seat tube

Posted over 9 years ago

_thebrakelessbandit_

_thebrakelessbandit_ says:

Why a 48:16? I mean its an ok ratio but for the track. For the street it's a bad idea. It only has one skid patch. I'd recommend getting either a 15t or 17t cog. Better then the 16t.

Posted almost 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

I don't really skid lol I'm past that if I do I'm ambidextrous with my pedal positioning

Posted almost 10 years ago

_thebrakelessbandit_

_thebrakelessbandit_ says:

It doesn't matter if you skid ambidextrously it still equals 1 skid patch

Posted almost 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

Thanks for the advice but I like my ratio for the street and track, I really don't care if I have one skid patch still running the same tire after almost 8 months or longer

Posted almost 10 years ago

Ridonulous_leo

Ridonulous_leo says:

you can buy this at State bicycle co
its a very nice frame, light and all but wouldnt recommand if you are still growing

Posted almost 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

Lol, wut

Posted almost 10 years ago

Unclip

Unclip says:

Props on running a brake. smart move.

Posted about 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

Yea dont have money for new.tire so I needed to put it on to make it last

Posted about 10 years ago

jonthangee

jonthangee says:

can u send me a link for this frame gemonetry or how tall are u so i can figure out what size i need

Posted about 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

I'm 5'9 53cm TT and st with about 6"in of searpost

Posted about 10 years ago

jonthangee

jonthangee says:

is 53 a god size cause im 5,7

Posted about 10 years ago

jonthangee

jonthangee says:

willl i have to cut any of the seat post

Posted about 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

I cut minr like a centimeter so maybe a little bit depending on leg legth

Posted about 10 years ago

jonthangee

jonthangee says:

do u think a 53 is good for mescince im 5,7

Posted about 10 years ago

rich13g

rich13g says:

Yea

Posted about 10 years ago

jonthangee

jonthangee says:

thanks man

Posted about 10 years ago

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