Well this is it! My bike is done! Really excited to get it finished! Had a ton of fun making it. Total of around 14 hours. Large view uploaded.
I bet to the untrained eye this looks like a HUGE mess!
Did i miss any parts?
almost 2 years ago
WOW! How long will take to put it back together?
Haha You knew i had too huh? Not sure ;)
Dig it, man.
It can be a pattern)
It looks fantastic! 14 hours, wow - I can't imagine doing something this detailed in such a short time. You did a brilliant job on this!
hats off to you sir!
Thank you ladies and gents!
Btw, i think i did miss a piece...my computer. (the spedo & sensor)
Shhh...i wont tell if you wont tell.. :)
As a cycling nerd, I most certainly appreciate all the little details, it's fantastic!
This is absolutely amazing. Awesome work. Is the brake caliper in there?
@Kris Carter yes sir, two of 'em.
Thank you all!
@Fedor Sosnin my bad totally missed it. It was right infront of my face.
I'm a hard tail rider myself, but I can only take my hat off to this kind of patience and detail. Might have to strip my Colnago road bike down and do the same..... are you kidding? No chance.
This is lovely, i would like to do the same with my bike lol
@Joluvian do et! And post a rebound.
Awesome man! What did you make it for? Work or Play?
Makes me want to do the same for my Nomad
Play. It was a rainy couple days and i wanted to hit my trails but couldn't! You know how that is.
by Fedor Sosnin
Working on another bike vector. Still lots of work to do to this one. But figured I'd share what i got so far.
7 months ago
Are they foam grips? Can't stand foam! How are the Juicy Ultimates btw? The only Avids I've had have popped, literally. On Formula R1 atm http://www.pinkbike.com/photo/9853802/
about 1 month ago
@Matt Willett Love the foam grips on my XC bikes! Lock-ons on the more aggressive rigs though. I had the ultimates for 4 years. Bled once a season and they where good to go. However, i would buy Saint brakes from now on.
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