For the love of the Ride ❤️ 🚲Pro Member
- Jul 1, 2014
- Reaction score
- Las Vegas Area
The Disc up front looked puny until I added the 204mm disc last week. Rounded out with the big heat sync on the back roller brake.Great work on the seat and nice looking bike! A lot of cool details. The wheels, the crankset, the chain and that rear hub with the big cooling disk work great together. Handlebars, grips, brake levers, shifter... Very nice!
I would adjust that stem to be low and close to the fork spring. Following the line of the top tube.
What's the idea with the BB adapter in the rear BB housing?
Good observation on the stem. Stem and Bar adjustments are.in the finishing touches list. After the seat is really bolted in will adjust to match arm length.
For the old bottom bracket, I was hoping the 3D resin printer would be up and running at the shop. I was thinking of 2, 6 sided dice with 4s on all sides behind some clear plastic. Worst case I can cut some polycarbonate circles and glue them to it. Same for the front hole mistake. Maybe some way to light the inside.
Other items in the list.. I Have cables left to cut, bolts left to polish, decals left to make, chain guard to repaint and decal up. A few. Cable ties to make, a fork bump stop. And lighting is still needed