I currently weigh about 150, so I think I can get away with a 2x/radial lacing. The Novatec Force sets come with 2x lacing on the rear all around. That would actually make things easier because I can just mimic the lacing pattern from my existing wheelset for the drive side.
I'll check out that calculator, too. Thanks Scrod!
Go for it yummy! I recommended this to alex on his 722 roadie and his turned out great!
~But I do have to warn you, that for a track rear, I would only stick to 2 cross to help the wheel last long under torque.
Originally Posted by Squirrelli
Why do a half radial on an evenly dished wheel?
Aesthetics mostly. But you seriously compromise durability as a track rear. You're all good through if you go SS.
Originally Posted by Night_shift
NICE! But my quads destroy wheels with less than 32 spokes.
The main pocket it also the primary bucket style pocket. The laptop/organizer pocket has 1 outer zipper, then a few internal areas. Then you have the two front flaps. If you search for mikes bikes on youtube he has a good video review of it that shows most are the areas. Also the shed video that mission put out shows most of it as well. There's no difference other than size between the three models.
I just saw they had a retail store in SF, so hopefully I'll get to see for myself.
Originally Posted by Leukybear
we all know badasses go with chris king headsets... are you a badass or weaksauce?
Actually, that is a good point. The fork is one of Scrod's I05TRs and it is carbon/aluminum but I was assuming the dropouts were steel. Maybe not.
I've had two carbon forks and both of them seemed to have carbon dropouts (although I could easily be wrong on that, they just sound hollow and are black when the paint comes off). Either way, if you're not using a quick-release there's no point.