Old 05-20-17, 06:52 PM
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Greyhounds
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Bikes: 97' Bianchi Campione d'Italia, 2018 Gunnar Sport

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Originally Posted by skidder View Post
"Bucket list" project bike. I always wanted to try building a bicycle from a bare frame, so I finally bought a frame and did it. Its a Nashbar CX frame with a no-name steel fork. I put the headset in myself ('redneck' method found on the web based on using an all-thread and nuts). Have ridden it about 100 miles and adjusted a few things (seat and handlebars). Not the lightest bicycle, but comfy.



Nashbar frame - its supposed to be a 60cm, but really more like a 54-56 with the short headtube, so needed a lot of spacers and an adjustable stem. It rides nice, but Nashbar is a little disingenuous selling these things as 60CM.
Your saddle seems to be slanted forward quite a bit. Is this an optical illusion? Is this something you did intentionally? If so, please elaborate and/or explain. If it's just a perception on my part that is drastically incorrect, please forgive me.
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