Starbard Deluxe

Discussion in 'ANYTHING GOES BUILD OFF' started by Unchained, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. Unchained

    Unchained

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    Well, one thing leads to the next and it's questionable if this project will make the deadline. I'm hoping it will, but time will tell... the time crunch is really on now :shock:
     
  2. JOScatRATrod

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    wow such nice frame and wheels,........ but the bars look like they'd kill your back from hunching backward and downward
     
  3. cody-james

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    Chris the bike looks amazing good luck with finishing it
     
  4. onelesspedestrian

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    Agreed. I'd cut a bunch off those bars to move the grips forward, and/or run a long low road stem.
    Glad to see you're not going to use the big seat. I don't think it's quite right for such a fast looking frame.
    Regardless of what you do the bike is looking awesome.
     
  5. Hammond Eggz

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    Really nice, Chris, great looking bike! Best of luck with it.
    What are you going for, ride and handling wise? In other words, what geometry are you going with (it's hard to tell from the angled pics), i.e., seat and head tube angle, fork rake and trail, etc.?
     
  6. ej599

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    I looked for this one to vote for it but I couldn't find it. I see guys call themselves 'builders' when all they are really doing is assembling. You sir, are a builder. Awesome bike.
     

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