You don't have the fork?
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You don't have the fork?
I have no experience with either bike but the Clockwork is likely to be a much better deal. Purefix's reputation has improved in the last couple years but they were historically very cheap "custom"...
There's a Kilo TT stripper on Bike Island right now in 60cm if you can deal with some scuffs.
Had Merckx acclimated to the altitude?
There's not enough threads dedicated to this movie. We should make more.
+1 the leader is the only frame that gets you a bike in your budget. The going advise for building a bike is to take whatever you think you are going to spend and double it.
Buy a complete bike. Building a bike is only cost effective if you already own all the parts. Seriously any bikes direct bike will be twice as nice as the parts list you've put together and you...
You could probably shave some weight by cutting your ears off.
Maybe the solution is to stay off the sidewalk. They are meant for walking.
A lot of times when people begin riding the first thing they notice is that their rear/nether parts are sore and they attempt to compensate by lowering the front of the saddle. Not only does this...
You are getting a lot of confusion in here. When people say "track crank" they could mean a whole bunch of different things. Generally they mean a crank that has only one chainring so that it would...
Get Over It: How to Climb on a Fixed-Gear Bicycle
Did any of the mods check to see if bryan8 and okckida are sock puppets? I mean okckida is obviously from okc and where are Murphy bikes from?
Build threads suck for the most part because they don't provide any information that people don't already know. A lot of times they actually provide bad information. This is way worse though...
You've been lurking here a while you say? Cool story bro.
I went to school in Germany for a semester. Each week the cafeteria had something we Ami's called mystery meat. Didn't find out what it was until two weeks before the semester ended. You know how...
It will almost definitely quiet down after a while but if it is important to you, you could just go back to the chain you were using before.
Tough to get at that bottom water bottle.
Did you check the chainring and cog for wear? Some chain/chainring/cog combinations are noisier than others and it doesn't necessarily mean something is wrong.
Or an eccentric hub or bottom bracket.
Building up a bike is vastly more expensive than buying complete. That frame is probably good for the money but to build it up reasonably you are probably looking at at least $700.
India. Or you could do a lot of Europe in that amount of time if you planned it. Do a couple days in Prague, Vienna and Bucharest.
Well you didn't learn it from me because I didn't say anything remotely like that.
Btw, 32s fit on my FTP if you put the rear back far enough.