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Waltly Ti Custom Road Bike

It's a custom geometry, I like my reach a bit short. The order process is pleasant and the framebuilding process took about 30 days. Building the bike however took me 2 months because I thought I had all the parts ready. Anyway the ride is magnificent except for the front end, I underestimate this frame because of the low price compared to the other custom build, so I order the cheapest carbon fork. Need to upgrade it as it's a bit heavy for a full carbon fork.

Frame:
Waltly Ti Custom

Fork/Headset:
Hylix / Cane Creek Forty EC34

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
First NH-GXP

Pedals:
Shimano A520

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Mixed of SRAM Red/Force 10 speeds / 12-32 / 50-34 / KMC X10SL

Derailleurs/Shifters:
SRAM Force 10 speed / SRAM Red 10 speed shifter

Handlebars/Stem:
Deda RHM01 400mm / UNO 17 degree 110mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
Specialized Power Expert 155 / Toray SP-5

Brakes:
SRAM Red

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H + Son Archetype 28h / Bitex / Clement Strada LGG 28c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H + Son Archetype 32h / Bitex / Clement Strada LGG 28c

Accessories:
Wolf Tooth Roadlink

Added by bleui. Last updated about 6 years ago.

3 Comments

kevlar32

kevlar32 says:

How do you like the UNO stem? did you paint it?

Posted about 6 years ago

bleui

bleui says:

I only use stem UNO on all 4 of my bikes, so I don't have other stem to compare to, but so far never had any complaints or issues. I just replace the 110mm on this bike to 120mm and it's still stiff enough for me. Just be aware to read the manual for the installation, regarding stem clamp position on the handlebar. I removed the UNO logo using acetone, be careful though not to rub it too hard or else you could loose the base paint.

Posted about 6 years ago

CUMBOT

CUMBOT says:

i'm selling an easton slx fork. maybe you are interested. nice bike btw.

Posted over 6 years ago