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I've been helping out my LBS by doing some assemblies at home after work. So far nothing with fat tires, fenders and coaster brakes but I'm working on him.. This is the latest batch of about 12 or so builds over the last week. The prior stuff was all carbon and aluminum road and triathalon and a couple of mtb's. Thought I'd share this road bike because of the color scheme. All Shimano 105 with FSA cranks, carbon fork and seatpost.
"Monster Green", check out the tapered fork legs and chain stay's
close up of the matte blue one with safety orange accents
this color was called Hibachi, only one with a brake cable rotor and a front loader stem
i have to say these bikes went together great, typical overtight hub bearings and minor wheel truing. Lots of nice little deails like color coordinated cable ends and stuff like that. the BMX pedals were plastic but you diehard guys probably have specific types you like so I can understand going cheap there.
My brand new El Guapo!
Yup...it is the one on Amazon with the support cut. I'm not a really big guy, so I don't think I will have a problem bending the seat post or damaging the down post. It rides great in this configuration!
Last edited by ED-PV on Wed Jun 27, 2012 6:54 am, edited 2 times in total.
i may as well join this party.........................crappy pic, but just got around to pulling my Sixty-8 out of the crawl space....had her tuned up today, picked her up in the work van. came home and took her out for a spin. im a big guy, so im thinking hydraulic disc brakes may be in order......
anyway heres #14
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