Is it just me or is that stem installed way higher than the minimum insertion depth? Looks like I can see the top piece of the wedge peeking out over the headset.
Today I finally got a freewheel for the Fuji (been single speeding on a 6-spd cogset up til now), put an Ideale and some creme tires on it. I still don't know about the tires. The back one is lumpy so maybe that's a sign to go back to black. Reckon it's time I remove that reflector and figure out my chainring situation. I'm thinking I'll put a bash guard on in place of big ring, maybe make my own bash guard by grinding teeth off an old wasted big ring.
2013-08-30_08-39-29_29 by Wheel Deals Vancouver, WA, on Flickr
1980ish Free Spirit Sunbird fixed * 1996 Mongoose IBOC Zero-G * 1997 KHS Comp * 1990-ish Scapin * Lemond Buenos Aires Triple
It's a 6.9 SSL Project One paint Madone. RL rear wheel, Aeolus 7 from wheel, chop and flop Bontrager XXX lite bars, XXX lite stem. I've swapped out bars though. This was my other road bike, was playing around as I was switching group sets.
Last edited by ImChris; 08-30-13 at 01:46 PM.
Central Michigan University Alum. I like to ride bikes with my friends.
Same bike, now with handlebar tape:
2014 Specialized Langster Street. Ordered last Saturday and just picked it up and brought it home. Will be my paved path bike as the Nature Boy is set up for off path exploring and levee riding.
My first post in this thread and my first single speed, just finish rebuilding it last night, Ronson frame with Reynolds 531 tubing. Need few adjustment and repaint in the future.
Frame: Reynolds 531
Brakes lever: Tektro rl520
Brakes caliper: Campagnolo Veloce
Stem: Black Sheep
Seat post: Carbon 27.2
Crankset: Pro-Lite Sardinia
Wheels: Alex Solo
Tyres: Vredestein 700x23
Last edited by shiver; 09-05-13 at 06:51 AM.
Made in Far East, assemble in West Europe.
Your rear brake pad is seriously misaligned.
Been zipping around on my Centurion cruiser lately. I found this build to be very well suited for riding in my area.
I hope I didn't sound like a jerk, I'm just suggesting he adjust his brake pad to prevent wearing out prematurely. It's not exactly a trivial detail.
Gotta ask: what was on the sandwich?