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2nd Visp GT Dragon on Pedal Room. Total weight for the comuting setup 8,9kg

Frame:
VISP GT Triangle (steel frame)

Fork/Headset:
Fork: second hand carbon fork from a Vipera R888

Pedals:
second hand platform pedals + Hold Fast straps

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
52*19 for riding in Oslo 52*17 for longer rides

Handlebars/Stem:
second hand risers with Oury grips for riding in Oslo. 40cm wide. second hand Kona stem. Pursuit bullhorns (Nitto RB-012) for longer rides. Fi:zik bartape.

Saddle/Seatpost:
generic San Marco Regal saddle Kaloy black seatpost 26,4mm

Brakes:
second hand Campagnolo Chorus front brake

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Continental GP 4000S 23c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Continental Gatorskins 23c

Accessories:
ass saver mudguard

Added by sebastiaen. Last updated about 10 years ago.

6 Comments

YoungFixieRider03

YoungFixieRider03 says:

I know its kind of late but where did you get the frame

Posted almost 6 years ago

flipzor

flipzor says:

whats your frame size?

Posted about 10 years ago

nith111

nith111 says:

Wats on the fork???

Posted about 10 years ago

sebastiaen

sebastiaen says:

Ice hockey tape. Partly to protect the carbon fork, partly to hide the original bright green paintjob.

Posted about 10 years ago

kyle-j

kyle-j says:

How does it ride??

Posted about 10 years ago

sebastiaen

sebastiaen says:

It's my first proper track bike, and I have only owned conversions before.
I love how it handles; the geometry is very fun for biking fast in the rush hour traffic. And after a 50km ride yesterday it seems nice for longer distances as well.
The frame feels stiff and responsive, the welds look quite ok.

Posted about 10 years ago