The SS is nice, I like the colorway...but it looks like a stock bike with an uncut steerer, low saddle, and everything (except for the computer?) is black. Nice bike, not hot.
Starley JKS R1...
Frame: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Forks: Starley JKS R1 carbon
Bars: Starley Works carbon
Stem: Use Race aluminium
Headset: Starley JSR
Bar Tape: Fizik Microtech
Front Caliper: DA7900
Rear Brake Lever: DA7900
Rear Caliper: DA7900
Front Mech: DA7900
Rear Mech: DA7900
Seat: Fizik Arione with Team Garmin colourway
Seat Post: Starley Works carbon
Seat Post Clamp: Starley
Chainring(s): DA7900 53/39
Chain: SRAM Force
Cassette: SRAM Force 11-25
Pedals: Look KEO 2 Max
Bottom Bracket: DA7900 with Wheels Manufacturing adapter (BB30 frame)
Wheels: Fulcrum Racing Quattro
Tyres: Continental GP4000S
I haven't weighed it, but probably around 7kg.
Thanks for the kind comments, chaps. The paint job - in fact the whole combination of parts - is custom.
ok ok you got me there now looking at it.... that pic should never have been submitted Definitely will take better pic with good lighting, and a MUCH better back drop. I'll get the tube cut off clean the bike a bit since its been raining and its quite muddy then re-submit lol...
Starley - paint job looks nice, and the bike looks set up well and probably rides great. Overall, aesthetically it doesn't exactly thrill me, though.
"I tried being reasonable, I didn‘t like it."
"I understand. I just don't care"
"I don't give a f*ck" if they remember me at all" (F. Zappa)
Re: Starley - I like the set-up and all of the bits that are hanging off of the frame.... but the frame doesn't do it for me, for some reason that I can't quite put my finger on.
They look like big, good, strong hands, don't they?
The starley is hot in a grey flannel suit kinda way.
Agreed, need to find a good set.